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So if my Vcore is set to manual, i need to keep CPU SVID Support to auto ?

what MB?
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post #3002 of 11361
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

what MB?

Asus Z170-a
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Originally Posted by mrdouble99 View Post

Asus Z170-a
ah.
the auto rules disable svid when manual is selected. Or, just set it to disabled. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by CC268 View Post

I was obviously joking about it being easier than booting into Windows...but to put this in perspective...if I went off of AIDA64 I would be at 4.6GHz and 1.28ish V. With Realbench/x264 I am currently at 1.315V and 4.6GHz. Huge difference there. If I go by AIDA I won't last 5 minutes with RealBench or x264...so it almost isn't even worth my time to test with AIDA.
you were? tongue.gif

one thing about AID64 tho, the cache test is actually good to run on it's own. It's been the best way to tune cache voltage (and ram) on x99.
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Alright I will definitely keep that in mind for the cache - although I am most likely just gonna keep my Ring Ratio (Cache Clock) at the default setting and I will be running my XMP profile. Other than changing my Core Clock, Core Voltage, Core Voltage Mode, and running the XMP profile I am not doing much of anything else.
    
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ell for me i was making test all nigth and i wake up and i am stable at 4.4Ghz and 1.350v( is still hight?? ) soo i was testing 4.5Ghz at 1.355 and 1.360 and 1.365 but is not stable, already my setting on core voltaje mode - override and c state disable , soo any help for me, apreciate!!
post #3006 of 11361
dragoncore,

If you are stable at 1.35V and 4.4GHz then I would leave it there. I don't think it would be worth boosting your voltage up for 4.5GHz. If you just want to see what voltage you need to get 4.5GHz stable then by all means do it. Also, I wouldn't bother disabling your C state - it sounds like most people on here agree that it doesn't affect stability much.

Not sure if many people on here have MSI motherboards (I have an MSI M7), but I am curious if it is best to turn the Core Voltage mode to Adaptive after you are done with the OC process?
    
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I plan on delidding my 6600k, would it only give me more thermal headroom? or will I be able to push it past its currently stable 4.7ghz@1.408v to 4.8 with a bit more voltage?

(reaches low 90's when running things like IBT and small FTT Prime)
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I plan on delidding my 6600k, would it only give me more thermal headroom? or will I be able to push it past its currently stable 4.7ghz@1.408v to 4.8 with a bit more voltage?

Mainly temps. What are your temps like with x264? Those are very hot temps
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Mainly temps. What are your temps like with x264? Those are very hot temps

About 60-65
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@darkwizzie


Username: jpmboy
CPU Model: 6600K
Base Clock: 3500
Core Multiplier:46
Core Frequency: 4600
Cache Frequency:4600
Vcore in UEFI: 1.460 adaptive: 5mV offset/1455mV turbo
Vcore: 1.452 *DMM
FCLK: 1000
Cooling Solution: water + redline water wetter, 2%. stock IHS.
Stability Test: p95 28.7

Batch Number: engineering sample
Ram Speed: 3466 16-18-18-44-1T
Ram Voltage:1.49
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VIII Extreme
LLC Setting:5
Misc Comments: vccio 1.212V, vccsa 1.212V, pch 1.075V, DMI 1.22V

custom, 4 threads, min 8, max 4096 FTTs 3min per FFT

run:


note: if I lower vccio and vccsa to 1.0875V fails p95 in the first FFT. blinksmiley.gif
Edited by Jpmboy - 10/20/15 at 1:49pm
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