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Originally Posted by Tennobanzai View Post

Both VCCIO and SA are set very low. I'm not at home but one is set to around 1.0 and other 1.1.

I haven't tested the memory for stability yet. It's brand new RAM.

You still have to test memory especially at those speeds, even if it is brand new. Manual vccio and SA at those setting do seem low.

As Silent Scone suggested, fill out your system specs.

My guess you are using thew 3600 CL16 TrindentZ kit?

Look forward to seeing your specs.
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post #3712 of 5741
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Kit is F4-3600C16D-16GVK.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232195

i5-6600K at 4.4Ghz. Adaptive Voltage at 1.255. VCCIO at 0.97. SA at 1.1
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Forgot to add my motherboard - Asus Z170i Pro Gaming (newest Bios)
post #3713 of 5741
That board only officially supports up to 3400. As I'm feeling whimsical you can try setting VCCIO to 1.2v and VCCSA to 1.2v and see if the issue persists, although you ideally need to test memory stability

EDIT: Noticed the 'i', apologies. I had the wrong product. Try as suggested.
Edited by Silent Scone - 2/8/16 at 11:03am
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That board only officially supports up to 3400. As I'm feeling whimsical you can try setting VCCIO to 1.2v and VCCSA to 1.2v and see if the issue persists, although you ideally need to test memory stability
Thanks i'll go ahead and test for stability. If they are stable and they're just not officially supported, I have a 3200Mhz set i'll probably have to settle with.
post #3715 of 5741
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Thanks i'll go ahead and test for stability. If they are stable and they're just not officially supported, I have a 3200Mhz set i'll probably have to settle with.

Assuming you have the Z170i Pro Gaming and not the ATX Pro Gaming you should be able to get that kit stable, the associated voltages are likely too low. Alternatively you can leave them in auto and the board should scale them accordingly and try and find stability that way.
post #3716 of 5741
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Assuming you have the Z170i Pro Gaming and not the ATX Pro Gaming you should be able to get that kit stable, the associated voltages are likely too low. Alternatively you can leave them in auto and the board should scale them accordingly and try and find stability that way.
Yes I have the Z170i ITX board.

I originally did try auto and kept going lower and lower still I came up with errors. That's the main reason why I found it strange why I can pass Prime95 and realbench but can't reboot.
post #3717 of 5741
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Yes I have the Z170i ITX board.

I originally did try auto and kept going lower and lower still I came up with errors. That's the main reason why I found it strange why I can pass Prime95 and realbench but can't reboot.

Lowering voltages in that fashion is where users come unstuck quickly. The system is likely failing memory training due to insufficient voltages. 3600 at 1.1v VCCSA is overoptimistic to put it mildly. The board scales these voltages for good reason. Best off leaving these in auto and testing memory stability properly.
post #3718 of 5741
Thanks, i'll give it a try tonight and report back!
post #3719 of 5741
Hi,
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Originally Posted by rolllin View Post

Hi,
I have Asus Z170 Deluxe and intel Core i7 6700k i overclocked it to 4.7Ghz stable i change BCLK from 100 to 125 but in windows task manager it shows 3.6Ghz as maximum speed but cpuz and asus suite shows its 4.7Ghz i disabled Intel EIST and C-states and turbo mode but its still the same in task manager... any idea why this is happen thanks

Any one can help
post #3720 of 5741
You have to leave Turbo mode enabled when overclocking.

Also change your Windows Power Plan to Performance.
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