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Originally Posted by mattebad View Post

Back already. I set my adaptive voltage to 1.43 and left my offset to auto but for some reason I'm only getting around 1.38v with an llc of level 4. Also, my screen keeps flashing and tearing and I have no idea why. igpu clock is still at stock and its voltages are set to auto. I don't have a gpu yet as I'm waiting for my 980ti to come in the mail. Could that be the cause of the screen tearing and flashing?

Edit: Set my overclock to Asus' optimized profile at 4.4ghz and everything is fine, I have no idea what could be the cause of the tearing and flashing

LLC4 is too low if you're aiming for 1.43v, set it to LLC5 and check again.

The flashing and tearing could be instability of your CPU, or GPU, heck maybe even your RAM. There's no way to know unless the CPU was the only component you were overclocking at the time.
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I am not completely sure, but I think some other people have had that problem as well and it is an issue with the iGPU itself in skylake and the digital timing of many monitors.

So I'm going to have to hold off overclocking any higher until I get my 980ti is basically what you're saying? I wonder why the hell it would do that at higher clock speeds. The only things I changed was the multiplier, voltage, LLC, current capability, and disabled spread spectrum
post #1963 of 11361
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Originally Posted by MoGTy View Post

LLC4 is too low if you're aiming for 1.43v, set it to LLC5 and check again.

The flashing and tearing could be instability of your CPU, or GPU, heck maybe even your RAM. There's no way to know unless the CPU was the only component you were overclocking at the time.

Yup, CPU was the only thing that was being overclocked. Set my RAM back to stock voltages and clock speed and it still gave me tearing. I think it has something to do with the igpu but I don't know why its acting up
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

No problems with temps this time around, at least on my 6700K, for sure not enough to delid. I was not so lucky with 3700K & 4700K, but 4790K & 6700K have been better temp wise.

Watched vid that was linked (by Deders?) with some Asus tweaker explaining EFI options, so I tried setting LLC to Auto whilst running at 4.7. That was a mistake! lol. Vcore went to something like 1.52 running RealBench.

I've only had few hours to play around with, still stable at 1.25v adaptive @ x46/x41 (folding at the moment to see how that goes). LLC I just set to 5 so it's nice and stable/steady as previous ASUS boards Auto always went to the highest.
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Ran prime with the same exact settings and it failed after 5 hours this time. Guess its back to the drawing board.

Hehe, this is what I was saying earlier about Prime. It's just like anything else, you may get lucky the first time around and think you're set. Run it another time and you have problems.. either way, personally either of those runs for me would be sufficient.
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Originally Posted by mattebad View Post

Also, my screen keeps flashing and tearing and I have no idea why. igpu clock is still at stock and its voltages are set to auto. I don't have a gpu yet as I'm waiting for my 980ti to come in the mail. Could that be the cause of the screen tearing and flashing?

I have this problem too, screen goes black and comes back (iGPU).. need to go chase down some newer drivers and see if there are any / if these help.

edit: found newer iGPU drivers, seems the issue has gone fingers crossed.
Edited by error-id10t - 9/21/15 at 6:14pm
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64c max @ 4.6Ghz is decent.Is that delidded?
 
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I've only had few hours to play around with, still stable at 1.25v adaptive @ x46/x41 (folding at the moment to see how that goes). LLC I just set to 5 so it's nice and stable/steady as previous ASUS boards Auto always went to the highest.
Hehe, this is what I was saying earlier about Prime. It's just like anything else, you may get lucky the first time around and think you're set. Run it another time and you have problems.. either way, personally either of those runs for me would be sufficient.
I have this problem too, screen goes black and comes back (iGPU).. need to go chase down some newer drivers and see if there are any / if these help.

edit: found newer iGPU drivers, seems the issue has gone fingers crossed.

Where did you find newer igpu drivers? I couldn't find them
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Station Drivers, source of all the drivers.. not sure what your version is but mine is now: 10.18.15.4281.

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php?lang=en
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i notice my CPU is always showing VID of 1.43Xv maybe i got a bad chip? what would i need to do with LLC to get it running wiht anything below 1.42v?
How are you reading this VID?
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You want to use the soldered legs of the capacitors, the image is small but it looks like these are where you want to go (be careful! Touching things with the meter probes won't hurt anything unless you short across two points with the same one):


So I ended up testing the points on the motherboard that were suggested and I got some really interesting values. First off in the picture that I provided I believe my cpu mounting bracket is blocking the two legs of the actual capacitors closer to the cpu. When I tested the suggested points I would get no reading on my digital multimeter. Which I thought was really strange so I did more research and found good close up pictures of both the front and back of the motherboard with no bracket. I think the two legs that were pointed out are actually from the mosfets? I could be completely wrong with what those are called. Anyways I ended up testing at these two points that I have circled.


When I tested those two points I would get a constant 1.208v no matter what voltage I set in the bios for vcore. The only way I could get that voltage to fluctuate was to set everything to default settings and it would then give me a lower reading. I don't get why the voltage reading does not increase even though I am upping it in the bios? Are the two legs I have pointed out incorrect? I know the cpu has to be getting more voltage when I up it in the bios because it will start to run hotter.. so maybe I am reading it at the wrong point.

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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

Station Drivers, source of all the drivers.. not sure what your version is but mine is now: 10.18.15.4281.

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php?lang=en

Thanks for that!

Also for some reason when setting my adaptive voltage to 1.43v, it will only change my VID and my vcore went to like 1.6v at boot. *** is going on
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