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1.36 vcore LLC 6 (1.392 vcore in HWinfo under load)

You should probably raise Vcore and drop LLC to 5 or 4, just nitpicking biggrin.gif

@Above, my core 1, 3, 5, 7 are parked at idle right now.
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Oh yeh, I got max multi on 4,6 with 1.4 vcore max for now, don't want to push it harder. For now. 4.7 boot and run some basic stress tests but prime 95 sends it to blue screen in about a minute, could be made stable with more juice I'm sure, but don't want to risk it yet. So I went for bclock.

Any tips what voltages can help make 4.7 stable with 1,4 vcore? I have Vccio on 1,2v and system agent on 1,2v as well. Mobo is cool , 30c max mostly 28c, so she handles in nicely.

132x35 with 1,36 vcore crashed my prime95 test after about 25 min so I went up 1,37 now with llc kicking it up to 1,408 under load, this is the max I will go for now I think ,ad this just finished 1 hour test, I will do the x264 over night test on this setting I think.
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As I mentioned in the other post I had to go up 1 notch to get it stable 1,37v now with llc lvl 6 kicking it up to 1,408.

If I lower llc to level 5 I get a slight vcore drop under load so it is not stable.

Are you saying to got llc5 let it drop but set a vcore of 1,41~ or somting ? The system needs the 1,408 to be stable , I can get that both way, from above wit hllc 5 or from below with llc6.
What is better ?
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CPU Model: i5 6600k
Base Clock: 100.00
Core Multiplier: 48
Core Frequency: 4800Mhz
Cache Frequency: 4800Mhz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.456v
LLC: 5
C-States: Off
Ram: 2666Mhz 16,16,16,37 at 1.35v
Mobo: Maximus viii Hero
Max Temp: Full Load while stress testing72c
Test with Realbench, Cinemax, Wprime, 3dmark11, no crashes so far.

I think I reach the voltage limit at 1.456v for the CPU, my temp are not a problem as you can see only up under max load to 72c. How can I tweak other setting maybe to help lower the voltage in order to try 4.9ghz?? at least my temp is not a problem , voltage stability is, but I have everything else in auto so I know some folks around mess around with other setting to help with lowering voltages. ahh, also, my sys wouldn't take vcore at 1.440 I had to go to 1.456v in order to pass the tests at 4.8ghz.
post #3285 of 11372
I have an Asus Z170 Deluxe and was trying the adaptive setting in the bios for setting vcore. I usually need around 1.335v for 4.7ghz using Manual so in Adaptive I left the offset sign at + and set Additional Turbo mode CPU core voltage to 1.335v and left offset voltage at Auto. My voltages seem to go very high under load. So is the voltage I set for Additional Turbo voltage the actual max voltage then/basically the same as setting 1.335v under Manual but will drop down when idle where as Manual won't? Just not sure why the voltage exceeds the max voltage of 1.335v then under load.

When I have it set to 1.335v and LLC of 6 it jumps to 1.36v under load using Manual but using adaptive it goes well over 1.4v. Also how does the offset voltage under adaptive interact with the Additional Turbo voltage? Could someone do a simple guide or more detailed explanation of how adaptive voltage works? Thanks
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Originally Posted by Balu0 View Post

HI guys, new here, old for overclocking.

Just got my 6600k and asus maximus mobo, and playing around with the old/new bclock.

I made some stable setups like 250x18 or 200x23 , but fun thing is I'm getting really nice results with 132x35 all on for now 1.36 vcore LLC 6 (1.392 vcore in HWinfo under load)

Im runing cpu-z banch then cinebench then firestorm, to compare the speeds, prime95 28.7 for temperature stress.

With the 132x35 I get the highest scores and lowest temperatures (75c was the maxon the hotest core, while on 250x18 I got 82)

Anyone else playign around withe the bclock ? Got some good numbers ? There is only a few lines in the spreadsheet with higher bclock.

NIce - I was running 220x21 for a while, but didn't try 135... only 125 in that range... But now I think I will. thumb.gif +1
post some screen shot cpuZ ect.



202x23 Ram at 3500c16 smile.gif


ran a x265 4K x2 P-mode and completed clean!
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Average OC 4.65 Median OC 4.625
Average Vcore 1.38 Median Vcore

1.3735

Total number of submissions: 50

 

While new entries have been added, a few have been removed, resulting in no net change in number of submissions. The ones removed can still be found at the very bottom of the Google sheet, in the secondary chart.

 

  6600k 6700k
Average Clock 4.62 4.67
Average Voltage 1.36 1.38

 

This gives you a rough idea of where you stand.
Top 3% 4.9
Top 17% 4.8
60th Percentile 4.7
Bottom 32% 4.6
Bottom 9%

4.5

 

Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

@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
note: if I lower vccio and vccsa to 1.0875V fails p95 in the first FFT. blinksmiley.gif

Ok, you have been updated.

 

Originally Posted by xarock View Post

Hi,
i am totally new to overclocking and have a question.

My Build:

MB: Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 7 Intel Z170 So.1151 Dual Channel DDR4
CPU: Intel Core i5 6600K 4x 3.50GHz So.1151
GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980 Ti Gaming G1 Aktiv PCIe 3.0 x16
RAM: DDR4 16GB (2x 8192MB) Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 DIMM CL16-16-16 Dual Kit
Cooler: Thermalright HR-02 Macho
PSU: 750 Watt Corsair RM Series Modular 80+ Gold
SSD: 250GB Samsung 850 Evo 2.5" (6.4cm) SATA 6Gb/s

I have the latest BIOS and use HWinfo.

I tried a simple overclock with just changing the multiplier to 44 and 1.295V to get stable 4.4GHz.
I wanted to test it with x264 over the night but decided to play a round CS:GO before i do that. As soon as the game launched my speakers made high pitched scratchy noises and the pc froze. I reset the changes and everything went back to normal.
Should i adjust the overclocking before testing it with x264 now or try the same settings first and adjust after? Maybe a higher voltage?

Thanks!

Edit: I have the SteelSeries H Wireless Gaming Headset connected with optical and usb.

That's strange. Was your GPU/ram overclocked while you tested with CS GO?

 
Originally Posted by llantant View Post

Well I got bored again so decided to go for 4.8. I managed to get it stable with 4hr real bench and 10 loops x264 plus some x265 encodes. I will work on additional tests.

So far I have had:-

4.6ghz with 4.4 Cache @ 1.31v LLC5

4.7ghz with 4.5 Cache @ 1.36v LLC5

4.8ghz with 4.7 Cache @ 1.4v LLC5

At the moment im happy with temps even on 4.8 as they are topping out at 70c after 4 hours real bench. Ambients 22c.

All ram is set at 3200mhz 16/16/18/36 1T @ 1.35v. I have a set of TridentZ 3400mhz that should hopefully be here in a week or two when I build this final skylake Ill switch my ram out for the 3400 tridentZ (I still have a skylake sitting in my desk drawer lol).

VCCIO and SA Voltages on 4.6 and 4.7 OC's were on auto but I had to increase it on my 4.8ghz OC as I am running cache at 4.7ghz.

Anyway, here's an image and list for now. I will add in some more tests soon as possible.

Adaptive voltage, C states Auto, EIST enabled. Duty control Extreme, and phase control Auto.

Username: llantant
CPU Model: 6700k
Base Clock: 100.00
Core Multiplier: 48
Core Frequency: 4.8ghz
Cache Frequency: 4.7ghz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.4v
Vcore: 1.408v (once touched 1.424 but was just a spike)
FCLK: 1ghz
Cooling Solution:H110 gtx
Stability Test: Real Bench 4 hr, 1hr XTU memory test, 10 loops x264.

Batch Number: Same as last one.
Ram Speed: 3200 16/16/18/36 1T
Ram Voltage: 1.35v Ram, 1.15 VCCIO, 1.2 SA Voltage
Motherboard:
LLC Setting: Lvl 5
Misc Comments: More stress testing to follow. Everything else like my 4.7 and 4.6 OC's. C states Auto, EIST enabled. 140 cpu capability etc.



Ignore my as ssd bench, thats just to quickly ramp my speeds up to full. 

50 loops x264. 4.8/4.7 @ 1.4v

HWinfo would make it easier to see how long the test took, but there is somebody else with a 6700k that did x50 loops, so I'm going to copy their times.

 

Regarding io/sa voltage, I will check Asus's guide and adjust accordingly, thank you. Oh, and of course, you have been updated.

 
Originally Posted by SteveRo View Post

Same chip, now at 4906 - this run - adaptive, +110mv, LLC level 2, still pushing thumb.gif

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Good Morning Mr. Darkwizzie,
Please replace my current spreadsheet info with this.
Much thanks! smile.gif

Username: SteveRo
CPU Model: i7 6700K
Base Clock: 100.1250
Core Multiplier: 49x
Core Frequency: 4906
Cache Frequency: 4002
Vcore in UEFI: offset mode, +110mv
Vcore: 1.456
FCLK: 800.4
Cooling Solution: Custom Cooling
Stability Test: 8.5 hrs, x264, 70x, 16T
Batch Number: Malay L535B123
Ram Speed: 2135 15-15-15
Ram Voltage: 1.35v
Motherboard: AsRock Z170 OC Formula (Bios P1.50)
LLC Setting: Level 2
Misc Comments: Purchased from Newegg, ordered 04Oct15. Still pressing thumb.gif

edit - i just noticed i only saved the log - you want the cmd window? Let me know if you want me to rerun.- my bad - rolleyes.gif

Hey,

 

You have been updated. I would prefer the CMD window, yes. I'll let it slide this time though, no need to re-test. If you want, you only need to update the settings that have changed since last time (no need to retype the batch number because it's the same chip, etc). Of course, the trick there is to remember all the settings you've changed since last time.

 

Thanks

 
Originally Posted by JySzE View Post

Username: JySzE
CPU Model: i7 6700k
Base Clock: 100.00
Core Multiplier: 48
Core Frequency: 4800Mhz
Cache Frequency: 4000Mhz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.415v
Vcore: 1.440v In HWinfo, 1.454v with a DMM
FCLK: 1Ghz
Cooling Solution: Custom loop 2x 240mm 1x 120mm
Stability Test: X264, 16 threads, 45 loops, normal priority

Batch Number: L535B031
Ram Speed: 3000Mhz 15-17-17-35
Ram Voltage: 1.35v, System agent and VCCIO: auto
Motherboard: Asus Z170 Deluxe
LLC Setting: Level 7
Misc Comments: Vcore set at 1.415v with LLC Level 6 Vcore with a DMM is 1.445v, OS says 1.440v
Vcore set at 1.415v with LLC Level 7 Vcore with a DMM is 1.454v, OS says 1.440v
 

Thank you for the submission!

 
Originally Posted by DeadEcho View Post

CPU Model: i7 6700k
Base Clock: 100.00
Core Multiplier: 43
Core Frequency: 4300Mhz
Cache Frequency: 4000Mhz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.285v
Cooling Solution: Corsair H75
Mobo: Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 5

I'm wondering if this is a horrible batch I got here. It runs stable playing games and doing everything else I need to, but it doesn't last even 2 minutes on P95 2.87. Should I try exchanging the CPU at the store? I'm looking for a huge OC, just something moderate to run every day but at the same time isn't going to require a lot of extra voltage.

My suggestion would to take the voltage above that for testing. I would try 4.5 @ 1.4v, and if that doesn't pass, yeah, you've got a dud. Even if you're not planning to run 1.4v, run it just for a frame of reference.

 

Please do report back!

 
Originally Posted by JohnnyVader View Post

CPU Model: i5 6600k
Base Clock: 100.00
Core Multiplier: 48
Core Frequency: 4800Mhz
Cache Frequency: 4800Mhz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.456v
LLC: 5
C-States: Off
Ram: 2666Mhz 16,16,16,37 at 1.35v
Mobo: Maximus viii Hero
Max Temp: Full Load while stress testing72c
Test with Realbench, Cinemax, Wprime, 3dmark11, no crashes so far.

I think I reach the voltage limit at 1.456v for the CPU, my temp are not a problem as you can see only up under max load to 72c. How can I tweak other setting maybe to help lower the voltage in order to try 4.9ghz?? at least my temp is not a problem , voltage stability is, but I have everything else in auto so I know some folks around mess around with other setting to help with lowering voltages. ahh, also, my sys wouldn't take vcore at 1.440 I had to go to 1.456v in order to pass the tests at 4.8ghz.

Good luck, I hope you report back!


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Any tips what voltages can help make 4.7 stable with 1,4 vcore? I have Vccio on 1,2v and system agent on 1,2v as well. Mobo is cool , 30c max mostly 28c, so she handles in nicely.

You need a certain amount of vcore, adjusting IO/SA etc doesn't allow you to raise core clocks without raising vcore
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Mr.Darkwizzie, Much thanks for maintaining this for us all! thumb.gif Please update the results spreadsheet to show my line entry with "Cooling Solution: Custom Loop" Again Much Thanks! thumb.gif
Edited by SteveRo - 10/28/15 at 3:56am
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DarkWizzie, if you want to update my submission, here's the revised specs:

Username: mandrix
CPU Model: 6700K
Base Clock: 100
Core Multiplier: 47
Core Frequency: 4700
Cache Frequency: 4700
Vcore in UEFI: 1.395 +.005 offset
Vcore: 1.408 - quick peaks to 1.424
FCLK: 1000
Cooling Solution: custom loop
Stability Test: x264 50 loops

Ram Speed: 3000 15-17-17-36 CR1
Ram Voltage: 1.31v VCCIO/SA on Auto
LLC Setting: 4
Misc Comments: Can't do x48 without vcore peaking over 1.5 and that's too much for me! May try with more block/less core later.

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