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I got that temps were improved a bit but damn, why is nobody happier about this?

I went from ~78c at 1.3v on my 4770k to 63c at 1.4v on my 6700k. Both non-delidded and loaded with x264 (skylake winning by 10-12% in performance)

That's a drop of easily 20-25c at the same voltage and my 6700k seems to clock a little better too. I'm using an air cooler with quiet fans so 65c at max OC with HT on was shocking (i was expecting 85-90)


Also worth noting that my stock volts were 4ghz @1.31 turboing to 4.2ghz @1.41v. Damn. Either these things are tough as nails relative to bios and sensor values or we're gonna see a lot of burned silicon sooner rather than later!

It also took me 10 hours to install mobo because i had to borrow several pieces of hardware. Somebody decided that the VIII Hero should be a super special board and not be able to run anything via USB (for installing OS via a USB stick or an external disc reader) unless you installed some kind of pre-OS USB driver (which surprise surprise, can't be loaded without a disc drive connected to sata and even then doesn't work properly)

My idles are freezing too. I've seen the sensors hit 16-18c and my room can't have been colder than 12-14c.
Edited by Cyro999 - 9/25/15 at 11:32am
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

I got that temps were improved a bit but damn, why is nobody happier about this?

I went from ~78c at 1.3v on my 4770k to 63c at 1.4v on my 6700k. Both non-delidded and loaded with x264 (skylake winning by 10-12% in performance)

That's a drop of easily 20-25c at the same voltage and my 6700k seems to clock a little better too. I'm using an air cooler with quiet fans so 65c at max OC with HT on was shocking (i was expecting 85-90)


Also worth noting that my stock volts were 4ghz @1.31 turboing to 4.2ghz @1.41v. Damn. Either these things are tough as nails relative to bios and sensor values or we're gonna see a lot of burned silicon sooner rather than later!

It also took me 10 hours to install mobo because i had to borrow several pieces of hardware. Somebody decided that the VIII Hero should be a super special board and not be able to run anything via USB (for installing OS via a USB stick or an external disc reader) unless you installed some kind of pre-OS USB driver (which surprise surprise, can't be loaded without a disc drive connected to sata and even then doesn't work properly)

My idles are freezing too. I've seen the sensors hit 16-18c and my room can't have been colder than 12-14c.

Windows 10 works from USB stick with no additional drivers?
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Windows 10 works from USB stick with no additional drivers?

Hello

Both Win8 and 10 install fine without any additional drivers from USB on the ASUS Z170 boards. The issue with Win7 is that Intel no longer natively supports it.
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Hello

Both Win8 and 10 install fine without any additional drivers from USB on the ASUS Z170 boards. The issue with Win7 is that Intel no longer natively supports it.

Yeah I knew that. I thought the last post was referring to win 8/10. Ignore me. biggrin.gif
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It also took me 10 hours to install mobo because i had to borrow several pieces of hardware. Somebody decided that the VIII Hero should be a super special board and not be able to run anything via USB (for installing OS via a USB stick or an external disc reader) unless you installed some kind of pre-OS USB driver (which surprise surprise, can't be loaded without a disc drive connected to sata and even then doesn't work properly)

Some motherboard bios have an option to emulate USB 2.0 keyboard and mouse so you don't need to bother with injecting a driver into the WIn 7 OS disk smile.gif
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I got that temps were improved a bit but damn, why is nobody happier about this?

I went from ~78c at 1.3v on my 4770k to 63c at 1.4v on my 6700k. Both non-delidded and loaded with x264 (skylake winning by 10-12% in performance)

That's a drop of easily 20-25c at the same voltage and my 6700k seems to clock a little better too. I'm using an air cooler with quiet fans so 65c at max OC with HT on was shocking (i was expecting 85-90)


Also worth noting that my stock volts were 4ghz @1.31 turboing to 4.2ghz @1.41v. Damn. Either these things are tough as nails relative to bios and sensor values or we're gonna see a lot of burned silicon sooner rather than later!

It also took me 10 hours to install mobo because i had to borrow several pieces of hardware. Somebody decided that the VIII Hero should be a super special board and not be able to run anything via USB (for installing OS via a USB stick or an external disc reader) unless you installed some kind of pre-OS USB driver (which surprise surprise, can't be loaded without a disc drive connected to sata and even then doesn't work properly)

My idles are freezing too. I've seen the sensors hit 16-18c and my room can't have been colder than 12-14c.

I don't think you can compare voltages in that way.

I'd actually be more interested in wattage of both chips at similar - and max - overclocks. That would be more meaningful in terms of heat output.
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Yeah I knew that. I thought the last post was referring to win 8/10. Ignore me. biggrin.gif

Hello

I can understand your confusion. Hard to know specifics when posts are half done with pertinent info left out. On a positive note I had no issue at all installing Win7 to the M8E. I used the ASUS Windows 7 and USB 3.0 Driver Installation utility. Pointed the utility to the Win7 install media for USB driver slipstreaming and saved as an ISO. Mounted the ISO and copied the contents to a diskpart prepped USB Stick. Win7 installed to the M8E just as it would any other board or platform.
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I don't think you can compare voltages in that way.

They're not directly comparable but people have a general idea of the voltages that either chip can take.
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Some motherboard bios have an option to emulate USB 2.0 keyboard and mouse so you don't need to bother with injecting a driver into the WIn 7 OS disk smile.gif

Keyboard and mouse was not the problem (i have a ps/2 keyboard) but the usb drive or usb-linked external cd/dvd reader would completely stop being detected as soon as it hit the windows install phase, couldn't use either to give windows the correct driver files
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On a positive note I had no issue at all installing Win7 to the M8E. I used the ASUS Windows 7 and USB 3.0 Driver Installation utility. Pointed the utility to the Win7 install media for USB driver slipstreaming and saved as an ISO. Mounted the ISO and copied the contents to a diskpart prepped USB Stick

How would you do that when the disc reader and usb stick stops being detected as soon as you leave the bios? I'm not sure that it's possible to install windows 7 without a sata-connected cd/dvd reader which is a piece of hardware that i don't own
Edited by Cyro999 - 9/25/15 at 1:27pm
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How would you do that when the disc reader and usb stick stops being detected as soon as you leave the bios? I'm not sure that it's possible to install windows 7 without a sata-connected cd/dvd reader which is a piece of hardware that i don't own

Hello

Done on a different machine.
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Hello

Done on a different machine.

So then how do you get it onto the machine with the asus board? I don't really understand
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