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This gives you a rough idea of where you stand.
Originally Posted by Jpmboy
sorry - i didn't see a form.. but now see a list.
If you would lke to convert the list into a google form that populates the (google) spreadsheet, pm me.
CPU Model: 6600K
Base Clock: 3500
Core Multiplier:46 (and 47)
Core Frequency: 4700
Vcore in UEFI: 1.480
Cooling Solution: water. stock IHS
Stability Test: x264 10 loops, P95v28.7 1h custom, 5 min per fft,
Please list the version of Prime95 and what FFT preset/size it is if you are using Prime95. Please list the number of threads used if using custom x264 test. In other words, please provide as many details as you can.
Batch Number: engineering sample
Ram Speed: 3466 16-18-18-44-1T
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VIII Extreme
Misc Comments: vccio 1.212V, vccsa 1.212V, pch 1.075V, DMI 1.22V
10 loops x264 from the OP: 4.7/4,2/3466
x264-log_test1.rtf 2k .rtf file
whether or not peak temps means anything regarding the stress level of any given code (eg, hammering the FPU with a single FFT like 8 is not a logic stress for the CPU, it's more a test of your thermal solution). the x264 version in the OP does not seems as 'stressful" as x264v2 under the same conditions. Just IMO.
Jmpboy, can you provide a picture of P95 28.7 passing for at least an hour?
I can't think of a reason why our x264 test would be easier to pass than the x264 benchmark. The benchmark lets your CPU take breaks in between pass 2s and we've done a few things that should make the test harder.
Finally, can you list in more detail what water cooling solution you are running? Thanks.
Originally Posted by Yuhfhrh @Darkwizzie
just took the time to read through your guide. Job well done, if I do say so myself.
Originally Posted by NinjaDuck
CPU Model: i5 6600k
Base Clock: 100
Core Multiplier: 44
Core Frequency: 4.4
Cache Frequency: 3.9
Vcore in UEFI: 1.36 (adaptive)
Cooling Solution: Be Quiet! Dark Rock 3
Stability Test: Prime 95 28.7 14 Hours Blend, ROG Real Bench 1 Hour
Batch Number: L521B645
Ram Speed: 2666MHz 15-17-17-36 (XMP)
Ram Voltage: 1.2
Motherboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming (Bios 0703)
LLC Setting: Level 4
Misc Comments: CPU Current Capability 110%, VRM Spread Spectrum Disabled, CPU Power Duty Control Extreme, CPU Power Phase Control Optimized. Occasional spikes to 1.376V usually on opening a program but not often enough or severe enough to be of any worry. Occasionally droops slightly but usually matches the set value in bios.
My chip doesnt seem like much of an overclocker, at least not with voltages and stability I'm happy with for daily use. Might try push it to 4.5 at some point. Also its worth noting im not seeing any of the crazy voltage spikes people are reporting on asus board using adaptive. In fact auto at stock clocks was much worse, sometimes reaching just under 1.4V. LLC 4 is definitely the sweet spot on this board.
You have been charted, thank you.
Originally Posted by mrdouble99
Good morning to everyone !
Here is what i did so far on my overclock
I have put XMP to disable
I have put the mutiplier to 46
I have put the voltage to manual at 1.35v
I did 2 nights of X264-64 stability test v2.06 ( around 10hrs each time ) and when i woke up, it was still runing
I played Batman Arkham Knights for 2hrs after each X264 test and no BSOD
Here's my setup, since it would mean nothing for you w/o knowing what setup i have
- Intel Core i5-6600K
- Asus Z170-A Motherboard
- Asus ROG SWIFT PG278Q
- Asus GTX980TI-6GD5
- Corsair Graphite Series 600T case
- G.GKILL 8GB DDR V F4-2800C15D-8GVR Memory x2
- Corsair TX850 850W ATX 12V Single Rail 70A 24PIN ATX Power Supply Active PFC 80PLUS Bronze
- Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H80I CPU Cooler System
- Logitech gaming keyboard G105
- Logitech gaming mouse G500
- Samsung 850 Pro 256 Go
- Western Digital WD6001FZWX Black 6TB SATA 6GB/S 7200RPM 128MB Cache 3.5in
And a picture, because i have a picture
So now, here's the question:
-Am i doing it right ?
-Should a make more stress test or use another stress test ?
-If i'm realy stable so far, what should i do next ex: put voltage to adaptive, raise blck, play with ram etc... ?
-bying an Corsair H110igt and push further my overclcok ?
Thanks in advance for your help
Looking forward to seeing your final overclock!
Originally Posted by Spagy Username:
i5 6600KBase Clock:
: 49xCore Frequency:
4900MHzVcore in UEFI:
Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H110i GTXStability Test:
2/2 CPU:OCCT - 1h25m, CPU:LINPACK - 5h3mBatch Number:
3200 16-16-16-36 (XMP Default)Ram Voltage:
1.35v (XMP Default)Motherboard:
Asus Maximus VIII Hero (Bios 1001)LLC Setting:
Level 6Misc Comments: http://valid.x86.fr/bcq5p5
You should have already read my PM. You have been charted.
Originally Posted by Rikuo
Updating my OC since i got a new mobo.
CPU Model:I7 6700k
Base Clock: 100
Vcore in UEFI: 1.435v
Stability Test: x264 65 loops 10~ hours
Motherboard: Asus z170 Rog Maximus Viii Hero
LLC Setting: Level 5
Rest is unchanged.
Thank you, you have been updated. In the future if you have time, please consider doing a x264 run with a picture taken showing runs finished, Vcore, and frequency.
Originally Posted by SteveRo
OK, so ran this today (same chip as last week)
CPU Model: i7 6700K
Base Clock: 101.4375
Core Multiplier: 48x
Core Frequency: 4869
Cache Frequency: 4057
Vcore in UEFI: 1.395v
Cooling Solution: Custom Cooling
Stability Test: 50x x264 16T - 6 hrs
Batch Number: Malay L535B123
Ram Speed: 3144 16-16-16-36
Ram Voltage: 1.35v (XMP Default)
Motherboard: AsRock Z170 OC Formula (Bios P1.50)
LLC Setting: Level 1
Misc Comments Purchased from Newegg, ordered 04Oct15. Need to buy insurance before I go any higher
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Hello Stevero, you have been updated. The procedure includes having HWinfo instead of HWmonitor, and the x264 test itself rather than the log, but I'll let it slide this time.
Originally Posted by Cyro999
CPU Model: 6700k
Base Clock: 100.0mhz
Core Multiplier: 46
Core Frequency: 4600mhz
Cache Frequency: 4600mhz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.375v
Cooling Solution: Silver arrow
Stability Test: 20+ loops x264, gaming+encoding. Little bit of safety margin on the voltage.
Ram Speed: 3200 16-18-18-36
Ram Voltage: 1.35 RAM, 1.13 SA/IO
Motherboard: VIII Hero
LLC Setting: 5
Misc Comments: Used as my 24/7 for about a month. Still got a lot of tweaking to do!
You have been charted, get that 5 hour minimum x264 picture to me soon please.
Originally Posted by dragoncore
ok, soo let me try hope it Works!!! tomorrow i upload the results!1 thanks!!
Edited by Darkwizzie - 10/19/15 at 11:58pm