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I have error with x264 stress test H.264 (mpedg-4 avc) encoder stop working whats is that, after i click close just crash my pc
4.5Ghz and 1.4v testing
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It's encoder crashing due to unstable overclock
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It's encoder crashing due to unstable overclock
mmmm i see, well about my LLC my board doesn´t have it that option, i am confuse because i am running aida64 fpu stress test and is about 45 minutes and is stable( i am still running test) ,but with x264 about 5 minutes send that error message, and then just crash. i am at 4.5Ghz and 1.39v override mode.
Edited by dragoncore - 10/17/15 at 10:44pm
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What is the point in disabling your EIST and C States? MSI doesn't have LLC...there is a Vdroop setting where you can set it on Auto or Enhanced 100%...but I haven't bothered to mess with that.
    
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What is the point in disabling your EIST and C States? MSI doesn't have LLC...there is a Vdroop setting where you can set it on Auto or Enhanced 100%...but I haven't bothered to mess with that.
for what i know EIST and C States can affect the stability of your voltajes when you are OC, and yes i see is not LLC option on MSI, Well i dont really know too where i am amateur on this.
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The stock "TDP" is basically just the long duration package power limit - the value that, if hit for a long period of time, will throttle down the iGPU and CPU from turbo clocks to base clocks.

It includes the iGPU and often has a ton of headroom for desktop sku's (but not laptop).

Also stock vcore is usually ~1.3v so you're undervolting a lot to get 1.175v

Here is mine with 1.18v VID (set adaptive 1.175v), not reach 65W tdp.

LLC auto with vdroop is around 1.1v and max 1.15v.

It is only 22 degrees C above room temps.

Skylake is a cool beast compared to my other X99 that has 38 degree C above room temp at the same test. thumb.gif

    
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mmmm i see, well about my LLC my board doesn´t have it that option, i am confuse because i am running aida64 fpu stress test and is about 45 minutes and is stable( i am still running test) ,but with x264 about 5 minutes send that error message, and then just crash. i am at 4.5Ghz and 1.39v override mode.
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MSI doesn't have LLC...there is a Vdroop setting where you can set it on Auto or Enhanced 100%

All decent boards should have LLC. ^This guy says it's called Vdroop something which i have heard from a bunch of people in this thread
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i am confuse because i am running aida64 fpu stress test and is about 45 minutes and is stable( i am still running test) ,but with x264 about 5 minutes send that error message, and then just crash

Some tests are harder to pass than others, x264 is on the harder side
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What are the maximum temperatures (safe) and safe vcore for 6700k?

Safe voltage parameters are on the first page at the end of the overclocking instructions spoiler.

 

Temps I would say <80C for normal use. It's kind of weird to be above 80C for normal use anyways. That has to be some 6700k using HT at 100% usage with 212 evo and 1.4v or higher or some kindda voodoo. Not too often to have temps be the main obstacle. If it ends up being the case, it's probably a good idea to invest in some better cooler for this and the future CPUs to come.

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All decent boards should have LLC. ^This guy says it's called Vdroop something which i have heard from a bunch of people in this thread
Some tests are harder to pass than others, x264 is on the harder side


The msi boards have literally no LLC controls.

They have the one "Vdroop" setting, But from testing with it on/off (No voltmeter though) It does absolutely NOTHING.

I ended up swapping out my msi m7 board because of multiple issues, Vdroop included.
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All decent boards should have LLC. ^This guy says it's called Vdroop something which i have heard from a bunch of people in this thread
Some tests are harder to pass than others, x264 is on the harder side
ohh ok let me search it on my BIOS, i mean my is one of the lastest is MSI GAMING M3 soo (if i finde it must be disable or enable?) , let me search for it biggrin.gif:D thanks!!....i see that is real hard too pass i mean if i pass realbench and AIDA64 FPU tests, but dont pass x264, what posibility to be stable does i have?? is recomended be stable on x264, does it really matter be stable on aida64 or realbench??
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