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hi there guys,

got finaly a stable 4,6 Ghz with 2666Mhz ram (originally 2133 Mhz)

could please somone look over my settings and advice me if i have something bad?
Next is it possible to achieve 2966 Mhz / 3000 Mhz ? Everithing higher than 2666 was droping, not stable

many thanks for any advice/info/help...

Br,

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6600K
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post #11022 of 11140
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Originally Posted by Memmento Mori View Post

hi there guys,

got finaly a stable 4,6 Ghz with 2666Mhz ram (originally 2133 Mhz)

could please somone look over my settings and advice me if i have something bad?
Next is it possible to achieve 2966 Mhz / 3000 Mhz ? Everithing higher than 2666 was droping, not stable

many thanks for any advice/info/help...

Br,

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MSI Z170 Gaming pro Carbon
6600K
Corsair dominator 4x4gb DDR4 2133 Mhz


What is the version number that is on the sticker on the ram modules ? That will tell what IC's you have and then can help you overclock accordingly.
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Many thanks for your interest, details are following:

CMD16GX4M4B2133C10

DDR4 16 GB (4x4GB) 2133 Mhz 10-12-12-31 1,35V ver. 3.20

Btw, the bios settings are ok?
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Many thanks for your interest, details are following:

CMD16GX4M4B2133C10

DDR4 16 GB (4x4GB) 2133 Mhz 10-12-12-31 1,35V ver. 3.20

Btw, the bios settings are ok?
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up top of the page, click that rigbuilder and get a system built to toss into your sig. its a little odd at first, but once you get teh hang of it, you're hooked. thumb.gif

Thank you for your advice, but to be honest, i dont get what you wanted to tell me with it... Anyways was looking at the Rigbiulder section, its nice what ppl choose and put together, but it doesn't help to verify my settings, or find any advice, info to it. Next I got the feeling that there are not much pp/information's out there about the OC of a 6600K on a MSI Z170 Gaming Pro Carbon... At least im still not able to find any specific. Most popular are the M5/M7 versions wth LLC settings, which my mb dont have (or im just not able to find it), which i thing that this is the reason why ppl buy it. Well my fault, but by the choosing of the items i wasnt thinking i would try to OC the CPU smile.gif

Same with the memory, but i was able to achieve stable 2900Mhz, but i need a cooler for them as they where too hot (just measured by hand) and want anyway have the tool to see the temps, so i can monitor them smile.gif

If there is somone with any advice let me know, or PM me if you dant want to spam this thread here smile.gif

thanks in advanced.

BR,

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post #11026 of 11140
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Originally Posted by Memmento Mori View Post

Thank you for your advice, but to be honest, i dont get what you wanted to tell me with it... Anyways was looking at the Rigbiulder section, its nice what ppl choose and put together, but it doesn't help to verify my settings, or find any advice, info to it. Next I got the feeling that there are not much pp/information's out there about the OC of a 6600K on a MSI Z170 Gaming Pro Carbon... At least im still not able to find any specific. Most popular are the M5/M7 versions wth LLC settings, which my mb dont have (or im just not able to find it), which i thing that this is the reason why ppl buy it. Well my fault, but by the choosing of the items i wasnt thinking i would try to OC the CPU smile.gif

Same with the memory, but i was able to achieve stable 2900Mhz, but i need a cooler for them as they where too hot (just measured by hand) and want anyway have the tool to see the temps, so i can monitor them smile.gif

If there is somone with any advice let me know, or PM me if you dant want to spam this thread here smile.gif

thanks in advanced.

BR,

MM

Which BIOS version do you have on your Gaming Pro Carbon? Click BIOS 5?
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Which BIOS version do you have on your Gaming Pro Carbon? Click BIOS 5?

yes.... pictures with the details are on this page (printscreens)
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post #11028 of 11140
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Originally Posted by Memmento Mori View Post

yes.... pictures with the details are on this page (printscreens)

Oh sorry, didn´t scroll up. Mine is an M7, but still i found issues about LLC. Hard to find on their menu.

I set it to mode 1, but right now i can´t remember where exactly LLC is on the menu.



EDIT: I thought you couldn´t find your LLC options on the BIOS, but i misunderstood you, as I took a look at your print screens.
Edited by serralha - 4/13/17 at 9:51am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Memmento Mori View Post

Thank you for your advice, but to be honest, i dont get what you wanted to tell me with it... Anyways was looking at the Rigbiulder section, its nice what ppl choose and put together, but it doesn't help to verify my settings, or find any advice, info to it. Next I got the feeling that there are not much pp/information's out there about the OC of a 6600K on a MSI Z170 Gaming Pro Carbon... At least im still not able to find any specific. Most popular are the M5/M7 versions wth LLC settings, which my mb dont have (or im just not able to find it), which i thing that this is the reason why ppl buy it. Well my fault, but by the choosing of the items i wasnt thinking i would try to OC the CPU smile.gif

Same with the memory, but i was able to achieve stable 2900Mhz, but i need a cooler for them as they where too hot (just measured by hand) and want anyway have the tool to see the temps, so i can monitor them smile.gif

If there is somone with any advice let me know, or PM me if you dant want to spam this thread here smile.gif

thanks in advanced.

BR,

MM
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I've been doing a little overclocking with my new rig.

LLC has always been a little confusing to me. I've always just set it to whatever the middle setting is. This time I've been doing some testing with LLC. My board has level 1-5, 1 being highest, 5 lowest. For vcore reading I'm using HWMonitor or CPUZ.

With LLC at 3, 4, or 5 I get a large vcore difference depending on the stress test I run. ITB reports the highest, P95 SFFT the lowest, and P95 blend in the middle. I tested 8 offset settings, 2 show a .064v difference, 6 show a .048v difference.

LLC 1 and 2 keep the vcore very close across all 3 tests. Again I tested 8 offsets, 2 have a .016v difference, the other 6 show zero difference.

LLC 2 seems like the way to go. Kind of explains why ITB would pass and P95 would fail instantly when I tried some overclocks with LLC at default (level 5) and middle setting (level 3)
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