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post #5491 of 11313
^^ I might keep this G4400 and use it for movie-server duty. Currently using an asus m6g/g3258/areca 1880ix-16-4gb for this (5x4TB Raid5). biggrin.gif
post #5492 of 11313
Also the AVX issue is a problem. But Elmor did a great job breaking the lock on these CPUs. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

nice! The above discussion is/was more related to frequencies in the 3600+ range, and least that's where I was. You are right, most every 4 slot board does 3200, 3466 + with out sweating. It's that 4000 4 stick area where things get challenging at mere mortal voltages (and sometimes and any freakin voltage! redface.gif)
The lore is that shorter trace lengths (lower impedance) in 2 slot boards can help with higher frequencies (lower signal loss).
Right. The only reason I posted is because I've seen posts around saying 4 sticks of ram of any flavor is harder to run on Z170, whereas I've had no problems at all and can OC them a considerable amount.
But yeah, I have zero experience with faster ram. biggrin.gif
(Sorry for late reply, wife has been in hospital.)
post #5494 of 11313
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Nice! If it wasn't for the things the mod bios does to other base services, I might stick with this cpu... biggrin.gif

You're making new want to try one, ugh.
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

Right. The only reason I posted is because I've seen posts around saying 4 sticks of ram of any flavor is harder to run on Z170, whereas I've had no problems at all and can OC them a considerable amount.
But yeah, I have zero experience with faster ram. biggrin.gif
(Sorry for late reply, wife has been in hospital.)
Whoa - sorry to hear that. I hope everything works out well. cheers.gif
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You're making new want to try one, ugh.
It's really a blast! the 6300 and 6320 are cheap enough. Played with a 6300, sold it in the market place - had to try a 6320. Pretty fast little 2c/4t processors. thumb.gif
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Username: wildzcardz
CPU Model: i7-6700k
Base Clock: 100Mhz
Core Multiplier: 45
Core Frequency: 4500Mhz
Cache Frequency: AUTO
Vcore in UEFI: offset +100 LLC 3
Vcore: 1.36V
FCLK: AUTO
Cooling Solution: Delidded w/Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra. Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO in push pull w/Tuniq TX-4.
Stability Test: One hour Prime 95 28.7. Blend test.

Batch Number: Will need to pull box out of storage to find it.
Ram Speed: G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3200 16-16-16-36
Ram Voltage: 1.35V
Motherboard: Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K6+
LLC Setting: 3
Misc Comments: Can't do 4.6Ghz with memory even at stock speeds. Maybe motherboard is limiting me or I lost the silcon lottery. Will be water cooling soon as I am picking parts up every other week atm.




Edited by wildzcardz - 1/30/16 at 4:21pm
post #5498 of 11313
Good Evening Mr. Darkwizzie,

Much thanks for all you do to maintain the chart - please chart the following:) -

Username: SteveRo
CPU Model: G4400
Base Clock: 143.4
Core Multiplier: 33x
Core Frequency: 4733
Cache Frequency: 4733
Vcore in UEFI: 1.455v
Vcore in HWINFO (under 100% load): 1.456v
FCLK: 1147
Cooling Solution: Custom water, 2x 480 radiators in series, EK Supremacy EVO block
Stability Test: P95 v28.7 1hr
Batch Number: (no country of origin specified on box) L536C126
Ram Speed: 3633 15-17-17-36-1
Ram Voltage: 1.4v, io 1.2v, sa 1.2v (hwinfo)
Motherboard: AsRock z170 OC Formula
LLC Setting: Level 1
Misc Comments: Good uncore on this one, able to handle high memory oc smile.gif

edit - nice chip for $60!


g4400_4733_1hr_PRIMESTABLE.jpg
Edited by SteveRo - 1/30/16 at 3:57pm
post #5499 of 11313
I have a :
- CPU : 6700K
- MB : Gigabyte Z170 Gaming 7 (latest BIOS)
- cpu cooler: BeQuiet! Dark Rock Pro 3
- memory: 2* 8GB Corsair LPX 3000 DDR4
- PSU: BeQuiet! Power Pro 11 850W
- GPU: MSI 980Ti Gaming 6G

Even at stock with BIOS default, I see a lot of current limit throttling in XTU when testing with any tool, either XTU, or CPU-Z or Prime95
The only way I found to reduce it to 0% is to lower core voltage offset to -20mV.
At stock, I'm at 1.32V
I can go to 4.4GHz, but I have current limit throttling again, so I have to reduce core voltage offset to -50mV.
At 4.5GHz, I have Thermal Limit Throttling, so I stayed at 4.4 GHz

Why do I have that Current Limit Throttling ?
Everyone is raising its VCore, and me, I have to reduce it. Why ?

About memory, when I enable XMP Profile, my machine doesn't boot and get a BIOS ERROR.
I tried to increase VCCIO and VSA, I was being able to boot, but then during XTU Memory stress test, it crashed.
So, I followed this guide https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz2VRRbLPrZnMXBnOXRWeVlHcHM/view?pli=1 , and set VCCIO at 1.20V and VSA at 1.25V and I can get the XTU memory stress stable.

What could be wrong in my system ? the CPU is bad, or the MB ?

Thanks,
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Username:Exley
CPU Model: i7 6700k
Base Clock: 100mhz
Core Multiplier: 46
Core Frequency: 4600mhz
Cache Frequency: 4100mhz
Vcore in UEFI: Adaptive 1.330 +.005 offset
Vcore: 1.360 in RealBench 1.392 in x264
FCLK: AUTO
Cooling Solution: h100i GTX
Stability Test: 1hr RealBench 5hr x264 16t 39 loops
Batch Number: L537B213 Malaysia
Ram Speed: 3000mhz 15-15-15-35
Ram Voltage: 1.35
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VIII Hero
LLC Setting: LLC 5
Misc Comments: It was intresting playing with adaptive voltage. It seemed to want to stick to specific steps 1.360, 1.376, 1.392, 1.408.

I played around at 4700mhz for quite a while but couldn't keep it stable without having to go over 1.408v in x264 I really wanted to try to stay below 1.4 and use adaptive voltage so that it could throttle at idle.




Edited by Exley - 1/31/16 at 7:55am
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