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alright i think im done for the night until i hear from you guys. ran it cor a total of 3 hours. 2 on aida 64 and 1 on Real Bench. so far everything is looking great. let me know what you guys think and what my next move should be. right now im at 3200 @ 1.45v
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also could someone explain to me what the heck the XMP 2998 in this pic is? i dont know anything about that. its set to manual not xmp...

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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

yeah - that's pretty good tho, less than 10C above the hottest core. thumb.gif
it is not a good idea to undervolt the primary power rail to the cpu by that much. more than just vcore is pulled for that voltage source. if 1.8V works, leave it at that and the chip will run for eons. I'd check that the system is not VCCIN starved by rfunning soething like x265 benchmark at 4K, and 4x. get the correction factor as close to 1 as possible (>0.95 at least).

good idea... i think i'm purty gewd then xD
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Originally Posted by TUFinside View Post

So 1.52 VCCIN is not an issue vs default 1.80v with stock Vcore @ 1.07v ?

I wouldn't think so. But I thought you were using an offset of 0.4V for VCCin?

A Vcore of 1.07V should never be an issue.
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

also could someone explain to me what the heck the XMP 2998 in this pic is? i dont know anything about that. its set to manual not xmp...


I had read it's really difficult to get 3200 MHz RAM speed on a x99 platform. Good job.

I believe the XMP 2998 is a XMP timing that comes pre-programmed w/your Corsair RAM, so if you wanted to get to 3000 MHz w/your RAM you could just use the XMP setting for 2998 in your BIOS.
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i7-5930K @ 4.3 on 1.25 vCore. Temps are 64°C max with H240-X cooler. Is this any good?

Only done a few hours of gaming ME:A @4K with this so far. No other testing done.

Will try 4.4 tonight on 1.25 vCore.
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Originally Posted by shadow85 View Post

i7-5930K @ 4.3 on 1.25 vCore. Temps are 64°C max with H240-X cooler. Is this any good?

Only done a few hours of gaming ME:A @4K with this so far. No other testing done.

Will try 4.4 tonight on 1.25 vCore.

only takes a couple secs to read that ur temps are just fine. "is this any good" only goes as far as, are you stable in what you do?
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Originally Posted by 8051 View Post

I wouldn't think so. But I thought you were using an offset of 0.4V for VCCin?

A Vcore of 1.07V should never be an issue.
I had read it's really difficult to get 3200 MHz RAM speed on a x99 platform. Good job.

I believe the XMP 2998 is a XMP timing that comes pre-programmed w/your Corsair RAM, so if you wanted to get to 3000 MHz w/your RAM you could just use the XMP setting for 2998 in your BIOS.

Thanks man. just gamed for 2 hours still running fine..

i dont have it set on xmp though. only manual. weird... and why does the volatages at the bottom of the same chart on cpu-z say 1.2 when im running 1.45? then the xmp one say 1.35v. lol rolleyes.gif
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Those are pre-programmed specs.
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

also could someone explain to me what the heck the XMP 2998 in this pic is? i dont know anything about that. its set to manual not xmp...


Ram isnt just named Ram its DDR or DoubleDataRam

2998mhz : 2 = 1499mhz

or

1499 x 2 = 2998

you see where this leads?
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Double Data Rate. tongue.gif
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