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post #851 of 2071
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The core temperatures should be the highest of everything. Not sure what would be hotter...
I'm not sure either. Think it's to high? It spiked to 91c but holds in the low 80s but core max holds in the mid 70s
post #852 of 2071
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I gave up on ram. Moved on to cache. Running it at 4.4 1.25v with the core at 4.5 1.285 and cpu input voltage at 1.95 20 mins into occt so far so good Average temps 71c core max and 81c cpu package.

This will probably be my last reply for you. It's up for you how to take this.

You are doing things wrong. So stop.
OCCT is only helpful to attain certain level of stability. It's not a be all end all test.

Without the following (rather ignorance) of the knowledge being shared to you is a way to mess up your Overclock.

1. OCCT is more of a cooling test. (I tested the OCCT way only to gauge the max temps of the system on my cooling as I don't wanna leave 7 workstations based on X99 running too hot on my OC settungs). The same level of stability can be attained with other stress apps. H265 encoding is one.

2. OCCT cannot isolate Core and Cache tests. Only Aida64 can. And still the best there is on the given field.

3. HCI Memtest if you can't get yourself to download and run Linux on a Live USB when doing Memory Tuning.

Memory tuning can always bork Windows and give you headaches.

4. Isolation is the key to pinpoint what is wrong on every field you are dealing with. Not OCCT.

Good luck trying to figure out how to stabilize your system doing things the fast way.

And yeah, good luck keeping the twmps low with OCCT. tongue.gif
post #853 of 2071
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post #854 of 2071
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Yeah it's a sensor in hwinfo64

Yea my cpu package is higher than my core temp too, have no idea what is CPU Package? Anyone knows?
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Is AIDA64 Extreme worth purchasing, or should I just continually get the trial version whenever I build a new system (every few years)? It seems to have a lot of neat stuff in there, and the Extreme version is rather inexpensive. I used it to test my cache as you suggested, and I got errors at 4.5GHz but was fine at 4.4GHz.

So I've got core and uncore at 1.2V each, with core running at 4.5GHz and uncore running at 4.4GHz. RAM is at 16-18-18-38-2T 3200MHz at 1.35V. Given my core temperatures are rarely past the low 70s (using HWBot, RealBench, or AIDA64), I'm wondering if I shouldn't try upping the core frequency even more...

Either way, I still would like to know:
* Should I have those other voltages set to Auto (PCH, PLL, etc.)?
* To get dynamic voltages based upon chip workload, I should set things to dynamic voltage in the BIOS and use voltage offsets, and now that I know what my final stable voltages are (assuming I don't tweak things further), I know what my offsets should be. However, I am still unclear on the other settings in the BIOS and in windows that are needed to run the dynamic voltage (cstates, etc.). I know what I changed to make the voltage constant, but I'm not sure which of those I need to switch back now that I know what my final values are.

It appears as though I've got a good CPU and chipset here, so I'd like to make them last!
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The core temperatures should be the highest of everything. Not sure what would be hotter...
I'm not sure either. Think it's to high? It spiked to 91c but holds in the low 80s but core max holds in the mid 70s
I have no idea what it is measuring so I cannot answer that question.
Edited by stargate125645 - 2/29/16 at 8:21am
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This will probably be my last reply for you. It's up for you how to take this.

You are doing things wrong. So stop.
OCCT is only helpful to attain certain level of stability. It's not a be all end all test.

Without the following (rather ignorance) of the knowledge being shared to you is a way to mess up your Overclock.

1. OCCT is more of a cooling test. (I tested the OCCT way only to gauge the max temps of the system on my cooling as I don't wanna leave 7 workstations based on X99 running too hot on my OC settungs). The same level of stability can be attained with other stress apps. H265 encoding is one.

2. OCCT cannot isolate Core and Cache tests. Only Aida64 can. And still the best there is on the given field.

3. HCI Memtest if you can't get yourself to download and run Linux on a Live USB when doing Memory Tuning.

Memory tuning can always bork Windows and give you headaches.

4. Isolation is the key to pinpoint what is wrong on every field you are dealing with. Not OCCT.

Good luck trying to figure out how to stabilize your system doing things the fast way.

And yeah, good luck keeping the twmps low with OCCT. tongue.gif

Okay gonna take your advice and follow your steps. I had occt running overnight to test my cache and it failed 4 hours in with an error. Pc didnt actually bluescreen or reboot occt just found an instability and stopped the test. So its safe to assume it was minor? Caches was at 4.4 1.25v so i am gonna follow ur advice and drop it down to 4.3 1.25v and test with aida64 chache only test to isolate it. How long should it run for? Ram i am going to be leaving a lone but when i do decide to oc it i will do it in linux. Also tried running h265 but whenever i open it up i get an error that say cpuz32 cant be found and program wont run.
post #857 of 2071
Need some help just got a 2nd 250gb ssd gonna setup raido 0 with the other 250gb ssd. Question 1 is the default stripe size of 16kb okay? And question 2 is gonna reinstall windows 10 which chipset driver do i need for this mobo on the asus driver page there are 4 different chipset drivers
post #858 of 2071
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Need some help just got a 2nd 250gb ssd gonna setup raido 0 with the other 250gb ssd. Question 1 is the default stripe size of 16kb okay? And question 2 is gonna reinstall windows 10 which chipset driver do i need for this mobo on the asus driver page there are 4 different chipset drivers
Note that you cannot do RAID as your main drive without changing a bunch of settings to legacy on the motherboard BIOS. The drivers included with the motherboard CD are sufficient for Windows to be able to detect the RAID array, but you will not be able to install Windows onto the detected array until you set things to legacy format. UEFI makes RAID boot drives a pain in the butt. I figured out how to do it as noted, but it wasn't worth the trouble so I didn't keep it. Keep that in mind. If you want to do it anyway, search this thread for posts by me about getting the installation to work and where the legacy settings are.
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post #859 of 2071
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Note that you cannot do RAID as your main drive without changing a bunch of settings to legacy on the motherboard BIOS. The drivers included with the motherboard CD are sufficient for Windows to be able to detect the RAID array, but you will not be able to install Windows onto the detected array until you set things to legacy format. UEFI makes RAID boot drives a pain in the butt. I figured out how to do it as noted, but it wasn't worth the trouble so I didn't keep it. Keep that in mind. If you want to do it anyway, search this thread for posts by me about getting the installation to work and where the legacy settings are.

Windows 10 installed fine. I didnt have to change anything. Just setup the raid0 and popped in a windows 10 usb. I currentyl dont have dvd rom so need to install drivers with usb need to know which of the 4 chipset drivers i need. All of them?
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I didn't have that issue on my 4-drive R0 array.
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