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Huh, my LLC is opposite in the Asus UEFI

1 is lowest, 8 is highest. 5 is all you really need. Kind of like your 2 being middle ground.

The LLC works in mysterious algorithmic ways. It prevents voltage droop when heavy stress/overclocking. The more you go up, the less it droops under load. The other half of that is it could actually boost your voltage when its not needed, hence why a lot of people run that offset to equal what their stable manual voltage was.
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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

MM

You should be able to achieve 3000MHZ with that RAM. You'll need to loosen the timings to get there, though.
Turn off XMP and try:

T2-15-15-15-36 - everything else on [Auto] - 1.35V
or
T2-15-17-17-35 ... [Auto] - 1.35V

The RAM should run cooler and be stable with these settings. If these work, you can experiment with tighter timings.

Also:
You've overclocked your system a fair bit, you should think about stability.

Manually setting your CPU Core Voltage below AUTO settings on an MSI MOBO need only be done if heat is a problem at idle or you want to brag about how low the number is. It's not usually a performance or reliability move when you're at this point of trying to figure out your best clocks/stability/performance. Since the Voltage Mode is set to [Auto], I really don't know what the board is doing with it. And the [Mode 1] is going to ramp this value up pretty quickly, anyway. Get your box performing well at speed and later you can choose your mode and values [Override], [Adaptive], etc... MSI board's auto are usually quite good. If you must drop that voltage, choose a definite override or adaptive mode.

Your [Mode 1] setting is equivalent to LLC2 on other boards. Set back to [Auto] for the GT. That's for your onboard Integrated Graphics Processor and I suspect you won't be using that unless you're having trouble booting with your GPU.

I would consider trying any or all of these things, one at a time.
Setting FCLK from [Auto] to 1000. <- you may see big gains/changes from this.
Setting C-states to [enabled] and Package C-state limit to C2 or disable it. Some MSI BIOSes will secretly penalize you clocks if you disable it.
Setting DRAM Frequency clock from [Auto] to 100.
Setting ring ratio from [auto] to static 39 (3900) or 40 (4000).

My philosophy is to see what works at whatever voltage and then find the sweet spot of performance/heat/stability, so all this is just my opinion. I could be totally wrong. winksmiley02.gif
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Need a little help regarding OC stability.
My 6700k is running at 4.5GHz, 1.36v vCore (not the best sample) and HyperX Savage RAM 2400C12 kit running at 3000MHz 15-15-15-35 1T @1.35v, Gigabyte GeForce 980 G1 Gaming @Stock.
I've passed Prime95 28.10 Blend test 48h, MemTest 2500% and Google Stressapp ~8h with no errors.
However, whilst running Prime95 or some other stress test like OCCT and watching YouTube/surfing with Firefox on Windows 10 Creators update and latest 381.65 nV drivers, I'd get a dump in LiveKernelReports/WATCHDOG regarding a TDR GPU error:
Capture.JPG 110k .JPG file
The PC doesn't crash or anything. Once I got a black screen for a second or two and it went back to normal, other times I don't even notice any strange behavior...
This error doesn't appear when not stress testing the PC, from what I can see.
This only happens when I start OCing the CPU; CPU @Stock and RAM overclocked to 3000MHz doesn't seem to produce the errors. Although, the error isn't easy to reproduce, so it might be unrelated to the OC, which is why I need info if anyone experienced anything similar.
Edited by Frosted racquet - 4/17/17 at 7:53am
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that sucks...but sounds like you are experiencing the same issues I had with amd drivers.

Its already know that CU update and Nvidia drivers dont play well together. Barnacules, Jayz, BitWIt, Steve Burke at Gamers Nexus all said this
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Its already know that CU update and Nvidia drivers dont play well together. Barnacules, Jayz, BitWIt, Steve Burke at Gamers Nexus all said this
Yeah, I'm inclined towards it being an issue with Windows Creators update and nV drivers.

On another note, when running the Linpack package v1 from the first post, I could see one line where the Residual value was different, but the test continued without issues? Shouldn't the program stop and display an error?
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You should be able to achieve 3000MHZ with that RAM. You'll need to loosen the timings to get there, though.
Turn off XMP and try:

T2-15-15-15-36 - everything else on [Auto] - 1.35V
or
T2-15-17-17-35 ... [Auto] - 1.35V

The RAM should run cooler and be stable with these settings. If these work, you can experiment with tighter timings.

Also:
You've overclocked your system a fair bit, you should think about stability.

Manually setting your CPU Core Voltage below AUTO settings on an MSI MOBO need only be done if heat is a problem at idle or you want to brag about how low the number is. It's not usually a performance or reliability move when you're at this point of trying to figure out your best clocks/stability/performance. Since the Voltage Mode is set to [Auto], I really don't know what the board is doing with it. And the [Mode 1] is going to ramp this value up pretty quickly, anyway. Get your box performing well at speed and later you can choose your mode and values [Override], [Adaptive], etc... MSI board's auto are usually quite good. If you must drop that voltage, choose a definite override or adaptive mode.

Your [Mode 1] setting is equivalent to LLC2 on other boards. Set back to [Auto] for the GT. That's for your onboard Integrated Graphics Processor and I suspect you won't be using that unless you're having trouble booting with your GPU.

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Setting FCLK from [Auto] to 1000. <- you may see big gains/changes from this.
Setting C-states to [enabled] and Package C-state limit to C2 or disable it. Some MSI BIOSes will secretly penalize you clocks if you disable it.
Setting DRAM Frequency clock from [Auto] to 100.
Setting ring ratio from [auto] to static 39 (3900) or 40 (4000).

My philosophy is to see what works at whatever voltage and then find the sweet spot of performance/heat/stability, so all this is just my opinion. I could be totally wrong. winksmiley02.gif

thank you very much for your opinion...

I just came back from my holydays, and burned up to try what you sugesting. The only problem i cant let be, is the core voltage on auto, as the auto seting is pushing the voltage hard on 1,46 v as it is above the recomendation for max on a 6600K from intel (dont wanna burn/harm it).

Going to try the folloving changes smile.gif and test it on Aida64 lets see... let you know for sure..


Edited by Memmento Mori - 4/18/17 at 11:35pm
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...the auto setting is pushing the voltage hard on 1,46 v as it is above the recomendation for max on a 6600K from intel (dont wanna burn/harm it).

Yours is an i5-6600, right? That's Skylake. 1.46V will not likely hurt it for testing. The absolute top Voltage that's dangerous if sustained is higher (~1.51V). Most motherboards routinely go over 1.45V when set to [auto] or (adaptive), even at stock boost speeds for short periods. Most people just never know about it. I have found that borderline under-volting of CPU, SA, IO, etc... can complicate testing and troubleshooting other issues.. It's your chip, though and I certainly respect your boundries concerning the perils to which you'll expose it.

Definitely let me know how the new settings work out.
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Yours is an i5-6600, right? That's Skylake. 1.46V will not likely hurt it for testing. The absolute top Voltage that's dangerous if sustained is higher (~1.51V). Most motherboards routinely go over 1.45V when set to [auto] or (adaptive), even at stock boost speeds for short periods. Most people just never know about it. I have found that borderline under-volting of CPU, SA, IO, etc... can complicate testing and troubleshooting other issues.. It's your chip, though and I certainly respect your boundries concerning the perils to which you'll expose it.

Definitely let me know how the new settings work out.

Well as we are in oposite time zones (im in central Europe) it will take some time to figure it out redface.gif I tryied yesterday most of the settings, but something is wrong with it, as the Aida 64 stress test fails after some seconds with the note that a harware problem the reason is. Will play a little bit with it more and try various combinations you wrote me before, but i will test it on Autovoltage on the CPU (core, SA, IO) so we can find the problem and then ill ry to push lower the volts, as it produces more heat and in summer it will be a problem (overheating).


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It is an option provided to put all of your hardware into your signature, that way if you have a question, we could click on it and it will show us all the current hardware you have running. My Asus board has a way different UEFI layout over MSI ClickBios5. That was all I was suggesting. It helps direct answers to anyone vice us pulling the information out of someone post by post.

Like below my post, here. Click on my Cubic Beast or Dakine Server, it shows what hardware I have in there.
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Now i got your point,thumb.gif sorry for misunderstanding, i will doo it ASAP (hope today) should make it from beginning but was lazy... Again sorry for that.thumb.gif
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@Memmento Mori

1,46Vcore is high but ok if you only testing your system limits. I have a crap 6600k that only gave me 4.6GHz with adaptive 1,425Vcore and it's been running with these settings for almost 2 years now. Only situation were this setting has given me trouble is if i leave the system running some folding which puts temps over 90ºc, otherwise gaming only raises temps to mid 70ºc MAX. No degradation of CPU yet thumb.gif

If i recall correctly the specs sheet of Skylake, it has a max Vcore of 1,50 - 1,51V before it starts smoking but for everyday use and long life of the CPU i would leave it bellow 1,40Vcore
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