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post #1591 of 1961
After de-lid I run mine at 5.2 1.42 v on chilled water
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post #1592 of 1961
thats really cool. I don't have anything between phase and custom watercooling. do you know what temp it starts scaling at?

jeez though thats pretty low v how stable is it? what is cache at?

that raises all sorts of questions for me..
post #1593 of 1961
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After de-lid I run mine at 5.2 1.42 v on chilled water

That's insane, what water temp? Are we talking about booting, cinebench, or XTUish?
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what does it peak at?
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Any info on future Skylake CPUs?
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Any info on future Skylake CPUs?
They will go to Sky...
post #1598 of 1961
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Any info on future Skylake CPUs?

Are you referring to Kaby Lake near the end of the year? There aren't any rumored future Skylake chips.
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post #1599 of 1961
Yes - I meant to say Z170

Any word on what Kaby Lake will be bringing? I'm kinda new to the Z170 platform and doing some catching up.
post #1600 of 1961
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That's a lot of vCore 1.53v!!!

That's what the auto OC programs do, take everything unnecessarily high...

You could try lowering the vCore and see if you can maintain stability...

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Isnt 1.5v the absolute max you want for skylake, and that's only for short term benching?

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lol yeah 1.5v on single stage phase....
83c is temp max as well

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Your not alone. I ran the Ai3 Suite's auto-tune thing and it was able to go all the way up to v1.52, getting a 47x multiplier for a 4.747 GHz rig. At load, the temperature registered 60 degrees Celsius... using an EVO 212 tower cooler.
If you have a good motherboard and a good cooler, its feasible. But yeah, I chickened out very quickly after the tuning and went back to a more reasonable overclock of 43x @ 4.3 GHz with stock voltage.
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LOL I have the best mobos and coolers.. no its not... if you run 1.5v. 24/7 you are gonna kill the chip. pretty much, just a matter of time..

1.45 is as high as you want to go without a phase

Agreed. I took it down to 1.45v and left it at 4.7GHz for now. Going to make incremental changes - since I'm not in any rush with this system and everything is new.
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