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Almost 200 points better w/o hpet - in daily use we would probably never notice the difference - still - what do we give up by turning it off?

correction - 200 rolleyes.gif

yah - IF that difference is real it's ~ -6% with HPET enabled.
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i don't have your mobo but 1.456 under load is a pretty healthy dose of cpuv (for a 24/7 box anyway) - how much higher did you want to go?
Uh-oh. I'm at 1.49 in bios for 4.7/4.7, 1.488V on the desktop, and 1.456-1.472V under load. worriedsmiley.gif
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Edited by Jpmboy - 11/10/15 at 6:12pm
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Uh-oh. I'm at 1.49 in bios for 4.7/4.7, 1.488V on the desktop, and 1.456-1.472V under load. worriedsmiley.gif
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what setting? manual? adaptive with offset? If the latter, what values in what fields pls, would help me figure if this chip could ever reach x47 without turning my mobo and chip into a toaster oven ^_^
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Since my previous scares not above that, will try to lower it. Trying to open HWinfo reports, downloading spreasheet program to run them as i type.

Even different mobo, what was you CPU pwr pack max?

I don't know what you mean by "cpu power pack". redface.gif

For the two skylakes that I've tested with so far (only two) - in the end I've settled with offset and LLC - resulting in idle cpuv of ~.8 to .9v and a load cpuv of around 1.45v.

The offset volts and the LLC needed appear to vary significantly from one processor to another. Not sure of that is just the processor actually - the mobo (in my case - an AsRock OC Formula) assuredly plays a role in this variability as well. edit - when trying to achieve a target cpuv under load

My 6700k sample ended up at a little over 49x using offset +110mv and LLC level 2.

My 6600K ended up at a little over 48x if applying manual volts but only at 47x if using offset.

The reason for the lower clock in offset mode is that I ran out of offset mv when I got to +200mv (mobo max rolleyes.gif ) with LLC level 1

This max offset voltage resulted in a load voltage of only 1.408v (I needed 1.45v or so for 48x on this chip. rolleyes.gif)
Edited by SteveRo - 11/10/15 at 6:43pm
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redface.gif

what setting? manual? adaptive with offset? If the latter, what values in what fields pls, would help me figure if this chip could ever reach x47 without turning my mobo and chip into a toaster oven ^_^
actually both. Identical XTU performance manual or fixed vcore, the pic above was with manual vcore.
Adaptive:


I'll have to restart to drop a bios settings txt file...

here's the bios settings.
47c47m3466adaptive_setting.txt 29k .txt file
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yah - IF that difference is real it's ~ -6% with HPET enabled.
Uh-oh. I'm at 1.49 in bios for 4.7/4.7, 1.488V on the desktop, and 1.456-1.472V under load. worriedsmiley.gif
wink.gif


Say again? - your idle volts are 1.488v with load of 1.456-1.472v? Maybe you meant 1.488v desktop and 1.456-1.472 voltmeter both under load? redface.gif
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Say again? - your idle volts are 1.488v with load of 1.456-1.472v? Maybe you meant 1.488v desktop and 1.456-1.472 voltmeter both under load? redface.gif
yeah, the vcore will jump between 1.456 and 1.472 when reading the sensor (16mV bins) with cpuZ or AID64 etc.. DMM reading is smack between @ 1.463 +/-.002. The LC setting for this OC is 4 (where 1 = max droop), so a fair amount of vdroop (lol - I think I'm the only member that likes vdroop smile.gif )
lowered vcore 5mV...

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yeah, the vcore will jump between 1.456 and 1.472 when reading the sensor (16mV bins) with cpuZ or AID64 etc.. DMM reading is smack betwween @ 1.463 +/-.002. The LC setting for this OC is 4 (wher 1 = max droop), so a fair amount of vdroop (lol - I thik I'm the only member that likes vdroop smile.gif )
lowered vcore 5mV...

ok that all makes sense - voltmeter measured cpuv 1.463 at full load is fine. regarding llc - its what works is what matters!! thumb.gifthumb.gif
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I don't know what you mean by "cpu power pack". redface.gif

For the two skylakes that I've tested with so far (only two) - in the end I've settled with offset and LLC - resulting in idle cpuv of ~.8 to .9v and a load cpuv of around 1.45v.

The offset volts and the LLC needed appear to vary significantly from one processor to another. Not sure of that is just the processor actually - the mobo (in my case - an AsRock OC Formula) assuredly plays a role in this variability as well.

My 6700k sample ended up at a little over 49x using offset +110mv and LLC level 2.

My 6600K ended up at a little over 48x if applying manual volts but only at 47x if using offset.

The reason for the lower clock in offset mode is that I ran out of offset mv when I got to +200mv (mobo max rolleyes.gif ) with LLC level 1

This max offset voltage resulted in a load voltage of only 1.408v (I needed 1.45v or so for 48x on this chip. rolleyes.gif)

HWiNFO shows it as CPU package power and it should stand for what it figures the cores are consuming in Watts. Skylake is, as u can see in CPU-Z, a 95w platform, with some extra room... surely... but how much and for how long...? Haven't read that yet in this cpu specs (2 volume document) what is it's max Volts over Amps to get max Watts before real trouble for the cores.

For me i only could get a stable offset of x46 with LLC 5 or 6, Vcore in bios 1,430V positive offset of 0,030V i think (in mid OCCT test of adaptive cant check them exactly).

My VID never went above 1,380V, min of around 1,220V, but Vcore went up to 1,488V during OCCT 1h10min test, averaged at 1,472V rarely came to 1,456V.

Could have been SVID, i only turned that of tonight while running adaptive tests.
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ok that all makes sense - voltmeter measured cpuv 1.463 at full load is fine. regarding llc - its what works is what matters!! thumb.gifthumb.gif

thumb.gif easily can decrease droop and lower the difference between idle and load (which will still be 1.463V)... but with adaptive. Well you know.
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HWiNFO shows it as CPU package power and it should stand for what it figures the cores are consuming in Watts. Skylake is, as u can see in CPU-Z, a 95w platform, with some extra room... surely... but how much and for how long...? Haven't read that yet in this cpu specs (2 volume document) what is it's max Volts over Amps to get max Watts before real trouble for the cores.

For me i only could get a stable offset of x46 with LLC 5 or 6, Vcore in bios 1,430V positive offset of 0,030V i think (in mid OCCT test of adaptive cant check them exactly).

My VID never went above 1,380V, min of around 1,220V, but Vcore went up to 1,488V during OCCT 1h10min test, averaged at 1,472V rarely came to 1,456V.

Could have been SVID, i only turned that of tonight while running adaptive tests.
you can leave SVID on auto. The bios "rules" work fine whether manual or adaptive.
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actually both. Identical XTU performance manual or fixed vcore, the pic above was with manual vcore.
Adaptive:


I'll have to restart to drop a bios settings txt file...

here's the bios settings.
47c47m3466adaptive_setting.txt 29k .txt file

I see a lot of settings my mobo bios doesn't have, very nice smile.gif looks like Asus Hero ones. Also see some pwr value limits

Long Duration Package Power Limit [500]
Package Power Time Window [100]

I believe mine are set to auto.

Edit: Passed OCCT with x46, LLC5, adaptive 1,375V/positive offset 0,040V, HWiNFO showed during the test max VID of 1,420V (constant was 1,419V), max Vcore 1,440V. Will see if i can lower it's volts more tomorrow night. these settings failed 101x46, i will also try to see what get's me to x47 if possible within my limits and LLC.

And THX Jpmboy, you were very helpful with some food for thought about adaptive smile.gif
Edited by Zaen - 11/10/15 at 7:14pm
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Windows 10 enterprise LG LED AH-IPS 22MP57VQ-P 5ms Nox Krom Kratos Mechanical keyboard - Red switc... Corsair CX850M 80plus bronze (modular) 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Phanteks Enthoo Pro Full Tower with Window PH-E... Halfmman Cyber Dragon Huge Firebreath gaming mouse Halfmman gaming Cyber Dragon Falcor  Tritton Pro+ PC 5.1 - White 
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2x Phanteks PH-F140SP Red LED Phanteks PH-F140SP  Phanteks PH-F200SP 
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