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post #20071 of 22287
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Originally Posted by shampoo911 View Post

Personal record!!

vcore: 1.18v
vcache: 1.18v
VCCIN: 1.9v
System agent: 1.15v
RAM voltage: 1.37v

5930k
Core clock: 4.2ghz
Uncore clock: 4.0ghz
RAM clock: 3200mhz

Core max temp: Core #2 (according to HWiNFO64) 60ºC
Core package max temp: 65ºC

AIDA64 3 hours stress test stable!!!

Aiming higher tomorrow!!! (Local time, as of this post, 19:42)

AIDA Stress test is pretty useless.... the cache test is decent.

Use x64 Benchmark, Y-Cruncher & HCI memtest. Passing one program doesn't mean you are stable. Especially AIDA....
post #20072 of 22287
OK guys I took the screenshots of my BIOS for helping with overclocking this awful 5820K.

It wont go past 4.2ghz 100% stable. It will do 4.3ghz but it occasionally blackscreens and resets the overclock, regardless of the voltage. It does it most often when rendering/editing with Vegas, but it sometimes does it while gaming, and recording game footage. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



post #20073 of 22287
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

I have a very strong opinion on Android. That's all that was.

However I knew it'd be much cheaper for you, while giving the same results. I'm super glad you're happy and have one coming.

I'll need pics of it in action ASAP sir. smile.gif

The Remote Sensor in Aida is totally awesome, definitely a recommend to anyone that wants to monitor their system with an external device. I'm done and it looks great imo, well worth the price of the Aida License and a cheap Tablet from BestBuy thumb.gif

Idle


Load - Red Bars indicate utilization. Standard is orange or blue until it reaches 90% then it flips over to red.


Action Shot
post #20074 of 22287
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

The Remote Sensor in Aida is totally awesome, definitely a recommend to anyone that wants to monitor their system with an external device. I'm done and it looks great imo, well worth the price of the Aida License and a cheap Tablet from BestBuy thumb.gif

Idle Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Load - Red Bars indicate utilization. Standard is orange or blue until it reaches 90% then it flips over to red.


Action Shot

Nice. I've got a Samsung DPF on the way for the same thing
post #20075 of 22287
Quote:
Originally Posted by shampoo911 View Post

Personal record!!

vcore: 1.18v
vcache: 1.18v
VCCIN: 1.9v
System agent: 1.15v
RAM voltage: 1.37v

5930k
Core clock: 4.2ghz
Uncore clock: 4.0ghz
RAM clock: 3200mhz

Core max temp: Core #2 (according to HWiNFO64) 60ºC
Core package max temp: 65ºC

AIDA64 3 hours stress test stable!!!

Aiming higher tomorrow!!! (Local time, as of this post, 19:42)

If you want to avoid High load tests as Prime95 and OCCT, a good way to test overall stability is :
- 8 hours of RealBench With RAM amount=your RAM amount
- HCI memtest , overnight duration With 90% to 95% of your RAM (number of instances=number of your CPU threadS With HT enabled)
- 4 to 8 Hours aida64 cache test.
post #20076 of 22287
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Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post

If you want to avoid High load tests as Prime95 and OCCT, a good way to test overall stability is :
- 8 hours of RealBench With RAM amount=your RAM amount
- HCI memtest , overnight duration With 90% to 95% of your RAM (number of instances=number of your CPU threadS With HT enabled)
- 4 to 8 Hours aida64 cache test.

Just a quick question about RealBench.... I have 16GB of memory in the system but in test I can't choose 16gb because 80ish or so MB is Hardware reserved so total usable is just under 16GB, any workaround?
post #20077 of 22287
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Originally Posted by MissHaswellE View Post

OK guys I took the screenshots of my BIOS for helping with overclocking this awful 5820K.

It wont go past 4.2ghz 100% stable. It will do 4.3ghz but it occasionally blackscreens and resets the overclock, regardless of the voltage. It does it most often when rendering/editing with Vegas, but it sometimes does it while gaming, and recording game footage. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Have you tried manually setting your ring ratio to 3.3GHz and turn off any memory xmp settings. That will eliminate those as potential factors of crashes. Then you can see if your core becomes more stable. If it helps you can slowly increase the cache and memory and test if you like, but remember core is king so if you can get 100mhz more on core sacrificing cache and ram speeds, it is *usually worth it.
post #20078 of 22287
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Originally Posted by kl6mk6 View Post

Have you tried manually setting your ring ratio to 3.3GHz and turn off any memory xmp settings. That will eliminate those as potential factors of crashes. Then you can see if your core becomes more stable. If it helps you can slowly increase the cache and memory and test if you like, but remember core is king so if you can get 100mhz more on core sacrificing cache and ram speeds, it is *usually worth it.
My biggest problem with this overclocking thing is the damn terminology that MSI uses is different from any other manufacturer. There's guides for asus and gigabyte boards but none of the terms or features seem to freaking translate over.

Ok so Ring Ratio is on the BIOS directly. I've only ever left it Default, and it seems to default to 3.0ghz. Raising it to 3.3ghz would make it more stable?
What is Cache ratio on this BIOS?
Also I'm not using XMP at all, it's disabled. But I think I can set my RAM frequency. Should I step it down to the next setting? These are kingston Fury Series DDR4 2133mhz, can I drop them down to 1866mhz in an attempt to stablize the core then?
The cache its defaulting to x30 according to Intel XTU.
There's core voltage, Cache Voltage, and also Ring Voltage?
This motherboard has me lost as to which setting is which.
Edited by MissHaswellE - 8/6/16 at 7:02pm
post #20079 of 22287
Quote:
Originally Posted by MissHaswellE View Post

My biggest problem with this overclocking thing is the damn terminology that MSI uses is different from any other manufacturer. There's guides for asus and gigabyte boards but none of the terms or features seem to freaking translate over.

Ok so Ring Ratio is on the BIOS directly. I've only ever left it Default, and it seems to default to 3.0ghz. Raising it to 3.3ghz would make it more stable?
What is Cache ratio on this BIOS?
Also I'm not using XMP at all, it's disabled. But I think I can set my RAM frequency. Should I step it down to the next setting? These are kingston Fury Series DDR4 2133mhz, can I drop them down to 1866mhz in an attempt to stablize the core then?
The cache its defaulting to x30 according to Intel XTU.
There's core voltage, Cache Voltage, and also Ring Voltage?
This motherboard has me lost as to which setting is which.

Typically if your core and the Ring/Cache (they are the same thing) is on default/auto, the ratio follows the core overclock setting and can cause instability. It is best to set it to the manual default of the CPU (the specs for the 5820k show that to be 3.3GHz) and go from there.

According to your bios there is only core and ring voltage settings, but again, ring and cache are the same thing.

Workshop: How to overclock Haswell processors This link may help with some of the terminology. There is a lot of info to consider when overclocking. Best to do your research.

Also how are you verifying stability and temperatures? Typically a stress program would show your instabilities well before they would show up in everyday programs.
post #20080 of 22287
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

The Remote Sensor in Aida is totally awesome, definitely a recommend to anyone that wants to monitor their system with an external device. I'm done and it looks great imo, well worth the price of the Aida License and a cheap Tablet from BestBuy thumb.gif

Idle


Load - Red Bars indicate utilization. Standard is orange or blue until it reaches 90% then it flips over to red.


Action Shot

Soo.... I have tablets.... how is it done?

Heh I was waiting for you to finish before I asked... lol.

Looks nice btw. Love it.

Would be great in a case mod.
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