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Originally Posted by agung79 View Post

yup n my 6700k for prime need 1.52v under max load @ 4900ghz... and 1.53v for small test... spike 1.538 v, max temp + 80cdeg never reach 90cdeg
for 1.53v i have to set manual override 1.6v

but other test with set 1.6v max load 1.58v max temp +70cdeg
idle set 1.6v reading on hwmonitor 1.6v temp +30cdeg...

the more the load more vdroop
the less load leass vdrop and less temp...
weird.... redface.gif

no llc ... msi z170a gaming m7.... no good mad.gif ... the mobo don't even can run xmp 3200 2x8gb... thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

and ek just release new waterblock for vrm and cpu... look very nice.... so need to think again to move to asus hero.... biggrin.gif

Did you try to update your bios ? mine wouldnt run 3200 without bios update, now it runs flawlessly

My 6600k won't go any higher than 4.5 and it's stable at 1.36 llc 1 or 2, I tryed llc 4 with as much as 1.45 or even more I think without success, since I have intel tuning plan I will try to push it even further, not sure I'm willing to throw a 1.6 v Lool. plus I'm on air, but it seems to run pretty cool so far, will do more test when I'm in an OC mood for now 4.5 is plenty for me, GTA V went from min 30 fps to like 60 stable lol.. don't know if I had the 3200xmp working when I first tryed though.. that might have help if the default ram settings were dodgy.
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I think I found the cause of my higher than expected temps with the h110i gt. I'll get some washers and tighten up the bracket today.

Just Wow.
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Here's where we stand right now:

 

 

 

Friendly reminder to everybody that the bclk setting exists and can possibly let you squeeze in an extra 500mhz on your overclock!

 

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Originally Posted by SmokeySiFy View Post

Username: SmokeySiFy
CPU Model: i5-6600k
Base Clock: 100.0
Core Multiplier: 47
Core Frequency: 4.7GHz
Cache Frequency: Auto
Vcore in UEFI: Offset 0.105V
Vcore: 1.36-1.372 Max of 1.408
FCLK: Auto
Cooling Solution: Corsair H110i GT
Stability Test: Prime95v28.7 blend 1hour 25 minutes on 4 threads


Batch Number: Malaysia L524B274
Ram Speed: 2666 15-17-17-35-347-2T
Ram Voltage: 1.205
Motherboard: Asus z170-AR
LLC Setting: Auto
Misc Comments: I'll update my entry if I can find better settings. Max temp was 93C and most tests it was around 70-80C range. I will be remounting the cooler with washers tomorrow, I don't like how it is sitting right now. I feel I should be getting better and more consistent temps across my cores.




Oops! I fixed the cpu model number now.

Charted, thanks!

 

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Originally Posted by Saiyamoto View Post

Well, I'm a bit late to the party due to being pretty new at overclocking, but here's my OC for my Skylake i5:

CPU Model: i5-6600K
Base Clock: 136.75
Core Multiplier: 34
Core Frequency: 4.65GHz
Cache Frequency: 4.51GHz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.440V
Vcore: 1.440V
FCLK: 1093MHz (didn't change this setting)
Cooling Solution: Custom Loop
Stability Test: x264, 8 hours (52 Loops), 16 threads, normal priority
Batch Number: Malaysia, Batch#: L524B406
Ram Speed: 3100MHz 15-17-17-35
Ram Voltage: 1.35V VCCIO 1.15 System Agent 1.15
Motherboard: ASUS Z170-A
LLC Setting: LLC Level 6
Misc Comments: PCH Voltage 1.1V



It seems my vcore had to go pretty high to get stable. I wonder if I should decrease the OC to get it down? Pretty new to overclocking, still learning here. Don't want my CPU to die on me tongue.gif

Charted, thanks!

 

As you probably know, by changing the base clock you have overclocked the Fclk. That is why it's over 1ghz. What rads are you running?

 

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Originally Posted by llantant View Post

From what I can gather with the EVGA board your "vdroop" setting is just LLC and they are not giving you any options for how much. Maybe to make overclock easier.

If set to disabled it is essentially enabling LLC. How much must be set by EVGA themselves. Set it too enabled and run Prime Large FFT test for a few mins and post a screenie with HW monitor.

I also agree, if your doing 4.8 on that voltage that is absolutely awesome. What is the batch number?

Weird that EVGA doesn't have all those options. Removing options is bad.

 

Although practically speaking, isn't just raising the core voltage similar to using LLC? LLC applies under load, whereas a higher Vcore would apply any time, but it's not THAT big of a deal methinks.

 

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Originally Posted by ktmderf View Post


I appreciate the explanation! That actually made it clearer what each function does. I will download hwmonitor tomorrow once I get off work and I'll take some screen shots. Getting ready for sleep now!
Well I'm hoping the 1.295v is accurate that I have set in my bios! Whenever I run a stress test it jumps up to 1.344v for a reason I'm not sure of yet.
Thanks for looking that up that makes a little more sense. I will enter a support ticket like you said tomorrow and see if I can find anything out. If I do set it to enabled my pc becomes unstable to the point that it won't boot. With the disabled or auto settings it is completely stable. I ran the overnight stress test with it set to the auto. Actually in the bios under the auto option it says that auto adjusts the vdroop depending on cpu frequency. If that info helps at all. I will also post the batch number tomorrow.

It's normal to get higher voltage on load, and higher on harder loads. You're the only one around here with an EVGA motherboard, so it's possible it's a problem that occurs with all EVGA motherboards.

 

There is an EVGA rep on OCN, maybe you can ping him on this issue.

 

Hope to see you back with your overclocking settings. 4.9 looks plausible, especially outside of Prime. Then, it would take you to the top of the overclocking chart.

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Originally Posted by Deders View Post

Asus users I highly recommend watching this video. It covers a few specifics as to how these boards can be tuned, the DIGI+ section is especially interesting. I managed to shave 5c from my average LinX temperatures by setting Phase control from extreme to optimised. I'm pretty sure my ambient temps are warmer than when it was running the same test at 95c.

https://youtu.be/4axNLL3X4_Y?t=12m50s

Ok, I will investigate...

 

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Originally Posted by the_real_7 View Post


Hey thanks llantant , I am running more conservative with vcore this time around but look what I found on old chip after I took out of the mb . I found a small chip on the cpu die , must of cracked under pressure ?

 

Oh no.......

 

So sorry for your loss. Sucks. frown.gif 

 

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Originally Posted by the_real_7 View Post


It definitely happened while the lid was on , remember the chip ran a week fine and then all the sudden death. wish they would make shims for this chips because after you delid the lid kinda balances on top the die not like ivy which sat nice after delid. Anyways lesson to learn unless you can afford it dont mess with your chip

You're going to worry me. pls no :mad:

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Originally Posted by QuantumX View Post

I've just done a delid on my 6700K but there seems to be too much variation in temperature between the cores. Wondering if I need to redo it?

Yeah, that's past 10C difference and you're not even close to throttling to get that sort of variance, that's not right.

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Originally Posted by QuantumX View Post


2nd attemp, much better!



This is with Prime95 Small FFT's wink.gif

Yay!

 

Hope to see your overclock when all is said and done. Until then, good luck with the overclocking! :thumb: 

 
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Originally Posted by traicer View Post

so have we come down to the conclusion that running at 1.45v is safe for daily use? ive been running at 4.5Ghz cuz to make the jump to 4.6Ghz it needs at least 1.42v.

Not really, and how would we know?

 

That said, 'daily use' I'm guessing doesn't involve much 100% cpu usage time, so it should be much easier on it than what some other people do with their CPUs...

 

Don't forget, there is always the bclk. You can always go 4.55ghz.

 

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Originally Posted by julizs View Post

Some questions...

When I run my 6700k at 1,36V and 4,6 Ghz in Prime v27.9 I get the following temps (with a Noctua d15S with two 1200rpm noiseblockers):

In-place large FFTs: around 65-70; consumes around ~106W

Small FFTs: instantly jumps to about 85, rises even more; consumes ~136W


Shouldn't my temps be much lower with that Noctua cooler? Did I apply the thermal paste wrong? But, I find 136W pretty huge for a 6700k, thats almost 5820k territory isn't it?

I've listed the temperature and power consumption charts in the OP.

 

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Originally Posted by MoGTy View Post

What are the stock voltages for an i7 6700k chip? Not just the vCore but VCCIO and SA and the like. My chip manages to lose one or two prime95 workers even at stock.

I can't check in my case because I have a 6600k, and HT makes it tougher to pass. :(

 

What voltages are you getting?

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by llantant View Post

I was debating delidding but had some indigo XS phase change alloy here. I decided to change out my noctua paste and my temps have decreased 5c!!! It did take me 2 pads in order to get the reflow right.

Prime small fft 75c Max 28.7 version.

I'd recommend it. thumb.gif

I'm considering that for over the IHS... so over is that, under is CLU.

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Originally Posted by deathroll View Post


I have Maximus VIII Hero. I did not disable it. Should I?

I believe I suggested in the OP to disable spread spectrum. Asus uefi also suggests disabling SVID, although that can screw with adaptive/offset voltage modes.

 

But as to whether that makes a big difference, I don't think so.

 
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post


Did you read the OP? It's totally normal with AVX synthetic tests. Power draw and temperatures are much higher than anything else.
 

Nobody reads the OP m8. :sad-smile

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by agung79 View Post


yup n my 6700k for prime need 1.52v under max load @ 4900ghz... and 1.53v for small test... spike 1.538 v, max temp + 80cdeg never reach 90cdeg
for 1.53v i have to set manual override 1.6v

but other test with set 1.6v max load 1.58v max temp +70cdeg
idle set 1.6v reading on hwmonitor 1.6v temp +30cdeg...

the more the load more vdroop
the less load leass vdrop and less temp...
weird.... redface.gif

no llc ... msi z170a gaming m7.... no good mad.gif ... the mobo don't even can run xmp 3200 2x8gb... thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

and ek just release new waterblock for vrm and cpu... look very nice.... so need to think again to move to asus hero.... biggrin.gif

lawl

 

u haz ballz

 

I only went to 1.5v for benching purposes.

 

1.6v max load

 

LOL

WAT

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Originally Posted by DillBer View Post

Joined the forums to ask if my OC is normal. Currently my unbinned 6600K is sitting at 4.5Ghz at 1.35v stable. Running a gigabyte z170x gaming 5, 120mm Push/pull air cooler. AIDA64,customx264,prime95v26.6 gives me max temps of 60-62C which is good. I know the 6600k doesn't OC as well as the 6700K, but at 1.35v, 4.5GHZ seems a little low compared to other 6600k benches I've been reading. That said when I tried for 4.6Ghz, I couldn't reach stability even at 1.40v; and I'm not willing to go over 1.4v since temps started hitting 68-70C. Am I doing somthing wrong here, or is 4.5 @1.35v average?

I wouldn't say 6600ks are worse overclockers than 6700ks yet. First and second wave of 6700ks, not a single one hitting 4.9, it's a similar tale with the 6600ks, both at 4.8 max.

 

Looks like a bum chip to me, and you're not running ultra mega Prime v28.7 either.

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Originally Posted by FL00D View Post


Hey,

I have the h110i gtx and am also getting pretty high temps under IBT - please see my earlier post above. Difference between the warmest and coolest cores is about 15-19c under IBT.

I've tried reseating the pump but it did not help at all. I don't think that it is a contact issue in my case as the thermal paste seemed to have spread evenly. I got very similar temps with my Silver Arrow SB-e Extreme so I guess it is more of an issue with the thermal paste under the IHS.

Have you tried pushing down on the pump under load? Also, the H110i GT has a very different backplate to the one that comes with the GTX and it has to be mounted in a particular way. There are loads of pictures showing how it should be placed on the board. Maybe you want to check that too. smile.gif

Anyway, may I ask you what temps you're getting now?

As for me, my temps are as follows:

IBT, max, 5 mins

87C
79C
72C
70C

4.6Ghz @ 1.31v.

Cheers

This I think, is the highest temperature variance in the thread so far.

 

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Originally Posted by StrongForce View Post


Did you try to update your bios ? mine wouldnt run 3200 without bios update, now it runs flawlessly

As a friendly reminder to all, step 0 of the OP states to update your bios - it's not new knowledge but should remind everybody... If you run the bios out of the box, it can be older than the launch date of Skylake...


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hey im having a wierd issue with my 6700k o.c no matter what iset my mutiplyer to or my vcore to, it underclocks when stress testing EVERYTIME! right now im at 4.5ghz at 1.35v. when i boot my pc hwmonitor says 1.336 vcore and 4500mhz. as soon as i start the x264 test it drops to 4300mhz or lower and the vcore does too. its not my temps because they are always below 61c

ive disabled all the power saving features too.

im on a msi z170 m7. h100i cooler.
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Yes I will eventually use clu under the ihs when I finally delid. I've spent waaaay too much on my hobby at the moment though. I'd lose too much hair if I messed up by delidding biggrin.gif
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"This I think, is the highest temperature variance in the thread so far."

Hey,

Other than reducing overclockability, would it cause any other issues? Should I be concerned? Am I right to say that this is due to the poor quality thermal paste under the IHS?

Thanks
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I believe I suggested in the OP to disable spread spectrum. Asus uefi also suggests disabling SVID, although that can screw with adaptive/offset voltage modes.

But as to whether that makes a big difference, I don't think so.

Dark, should BCLK or VRM Spread Spectrum be disabled?
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I've updated the layout of the chart. I hope you guys find it an upgrade. Part of that includes a new graph. Here's the new look:

 

I hope it looks aesthetically more pleasing while still being useful.

 

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Originally Posted by FL00D View Post

"This I think, is the highest temperature variance in the thread so far."

Hey,

Other than reducing overclockability, would it cause any other issues? Should I be concerned? Am I right to say that this is due to the poor quality thermal paste under the IHS?

Thanks

The way I look at it is, high variance in temperature means your temperatures are higher than it could be. Apart from that I don't see any problems. The problem is the adhesive used to glue the IHS onto the rest of the package instead of the paste. If your thermal solution was installed correctly, I think it's likely that a delid would cure your wild temperature variance.

 

On the other hand, a temperature variance of that size would mean you have a terrabad situation under the IHS. The more crazy it seems the more likely the problem's above the IHS imo.

 

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hey im having a wierd issue with my 6700k o.c no matter what iset my mutiplyer to or my vcore to, it underclocks when stress testing EVERYTIME! right now im at 4.5ghz at 1.35v. when i boot my pc hwmonitor says 1.336 vcore and 4500mhz. as soon as i start the x264 test it drops to 4300mhz or lower and the vcore does too. its not my temps because they are always below 61c

ive disabled all the power saving features too.

im on a msi z170 m7. h100i cooler.

A member named Outcasst had the issue with a MSI motherboard. He said setting "power limit to max" fixed the issue. Can you look for the setting, tweak it and report back please?

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Dark, should BCLK or VRM Spread Spectrum be disabled?

It is said that VRM spread spectrum should be disabled. I haven't read anything that said the BCLK spread spectrum should be disabled.


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CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
XPSC Raystorm Pro Watercool Heatkiller 1080ti Full Cover Waterblock EK XTOP Revo Dual D5 (Serial, PWM, v4) EK ZMT (1/2 - 3/4 ID OD) 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
14xEK ACF (Compression Fittings) EK x4 250 (v2) Distilled Water + PT Nuke (Copper Sulphate) 24x140mm Silent Wings 3 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Pro 64bit Catleap 27 Inch 2560x1440 IPS 60hz Display Coolermaster Storm Trigger (Brown Switches) EVGA P2 1000w 
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Corsair Air 540 Logitech G Pro Tek Syndicate "Raze the World" Desk Mat O2 + Odac by Mayflower Electronics (Rev A) 
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Did you try to update your bios ? mine wouldnt run 3200 without bios update, now it runs flawlessly

My 6600k won't go any higher than 4.5 and it's stable at 1.36 llc 1 or 2, I tryed llc 4 with as much as 1.45 or even more I think without success, since I have intel tuning plan I will try to push it even further, not sure I'm willing to throw a 1.6 v Lool. plus I'm on air, but it seems to run pretty cool so far, will do more test when I'm in an OC mood for now 4.5 is plenty for me, GTA V went from min 30 fps to like 60 stable lol.. don't know if I had the 3200xmp working when I first tryed though.. that might have help if the default ram settings were dodgy.

i already update to last bios version 1.6 and they also gave me beta version 1.65.... but no works for xmp... at manual only can ran 3000 with 1.35v for ddr. ddr4 boost ??? ... to much marketing... biggrin.gif
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Yes I will eventually use clu under the ihs when I finally delid. I've spent waaaay too much on my hobby at the moment though. I'd lose too much hair if I messed up by delidding biggrin.gif

u have to... delid is must... clu is must must more... thumb.gif 25cdeg drop.... biggrin.gif
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