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post #5611 of 11323
Yeah 3600 and below I am fine with auto but 3733 and above I have to manually input them because it gets out of hand biggrin.gif
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post #5612 of 11323
Username: alphadecay
CPU Model: I7 6700K
Base Clock: 100 Mhz
Core Multiplier: 45x
Core Frequency: 4.5 Ghz
Cache Frequency: 4.1 Ghz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.320
Vcore: 1.344
FCLK: 1
Cooling Solution: Cooler Master Nepton 240m
Stability Test: x264, 16 threads, 5 hr
Batch Number: Malaysia L530B223
Ram Speed: 2800 Mhz 15-15-15-35 @ 1.35V
Ram Voltage: Unchanged
Motherboard: Asus Z170-A
LLC Setting: Auto
Misc Comments: Light usage throughout afternoon and evening while x264 ran. UEFI voltage is set as 1.315, but Asus's adaptive voltage rounds up to 1.320V, and spikes to 1.344-1.345 under max load.
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post #5613 of 11323
Quote:
Originally Posted by alphadecay View Post

Username: alphadecay
CPU Model: I7 6700K
Base Clock: 100 Mhz
Core Multiplier: 45x
Core Frequency: 4.5 Ghz
Cache Frequency: 4.1 Ghz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.320
Vcore: 1.344
FCLK: 1
Cooling Solution: Cooler Master Nepton 240m
Stability Test: x264, 16 threads, 5 hr
Batch Number: Malaysia L530B223
Ram Speed: 2800 Mhz 15-15-15-35 @ 1.35V
Ram Voltage: Unchanged
Motherboard: Asus Z170-A
LLC Setting: Auto
Misc Comments: Light usage throughout afternoon and evening while x264 ran. UEFI voltage is set as 1.315, but Asus's adaptive voltage rounds up to 1.320V, and spikes to 1.344-1.345 under max load.

Personally I would not use auto llc and 1.34 seems a little high for 4.5.
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post #5614 of 11323
Hi all,

Sorry for the dumb questions before I start trying to OC, been away from PC's for about 10 years and just built one this week..

I went with Prime95 28.7 (Default settings, blend test) for first testing my 6600k (I know now after reading this that a less stressful test is recommended - will switch for next testing tonight) and it got to max 72deg (averaging about 65) at stock speeds.

Using fairly lowly Cryorig m9i, which reviews seem place around equivalent to 212 evo.

Is this normal? (Sarcastic "Idiot uses non recommended stress test, complains about temps" replies appreciated)

Cheers
Edited by Dacr - 2/10/16 at 3:11am
post #5615 of 11323
So eh, I got a replacement AIO cooler for my 6700k. Applied thermal paste. Removed the plastic from the water block. Fired up PC.

Ran Prime95 and CPU jumped to 99-100C instantly, panicked and shut down my pc. Other test temperatures are being reported much high than before too ( x264 before max 81C two loops, now 88C 2% into a loop).

Idle temps are the same 25C like before.

Is this normal?
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post #5616 of 11323
Quote:
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Personally I would not use auto llc and 1.34 seems a little high for 4.5.

llantant, I believe that Darkwizzie recommends 4.4 @ 1.35V as a starting point in the guide, and this load voltage for 4.5 matches Anandtech's voltage when they tested the Z170-A. So 4.5 @ 1.344 seems okay to me.

I'll probably test to lower voltage or push clocks higher, but I wanted to establish a baseline that I know I can reliably run for my needs.
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post #5617 of 11323
Quote:
Originally Posted by Flamingo View Post

So eh, I got a replacement AIO cooler for my 6700k. Applied thermal paste. Removed the plastic from the water block. Fired up PC.

Ran Prime95 and CPU jumped to 99-100C instantly, panicked and shut down my pc. Other test temperatures are being reported much high than before too ( x264 before max 81C two loops, now 88C 2% into a loop).

Idle temps are the same 25C like before.

Is this normal?

Please excuse the response, just in case, check that you did not put too much thermal compound, it can act as an insulator if it is too much. It is supposed to be a very small amount, the equivalent of two grains of rice.
post #5618 of 11323
How do these temps look?

Cryorig m9i

At stock speeds (constant 3.9 boost) Hwmonitor package temp shows 23deg / 60 deg max when idle/load, using Asus real bench. 72 max using prime 28.7 blend.

At 4.5 (1.35v adaptive) I got max under load of 75 using real bench. 86 with prime95 28.7 blend.

First try at OC.
post #5619 of 11323
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dacr View Post

How do these temps look?

Cryorig m9i

At stock speeds (constant 3.9 boost) Hwmonitor package temp shows 23deg / 60 deg max when idle/load, using Asus real bench. 72 max using prime 28.7 blend.

At 4.5 (1.35v adaptive) I got max under load of 75 using real bench. 86 with prime95 28.7 blend.

First try at OC.

At that clock, they look totally acceptable, but you are getting on the toasty side. What motherboard do you have that allows you to get adaptive? Afaik x58 was either manual or auto.
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post #5620 of 11323
hey guys Ive got a question. I recently installed a new i7 6700k in my mini itx build. I began overclocking it and found I could use the built in overclock to acheive 4.8Ghz no problem. Upon testing the stability I ran into some strange things. While running stress test Intel XTU shows the core voltage is 1.22 max despite the fact I have set the voltage to static 1.39 in bios. I have also confirmed using AIDA64 that this voltage is shown there also? what gives there is no way it is achieving those speeds on that voltage. I dont buy it. Any ideas whats up?


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Edited by superkyle1721 - 2/10/16 at 5:58pm
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