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How abt trying LLC5 instead of LLC4. Since you were at 1.344 vcore at load for 4.5ghz, suggest you retry from 1.344 at uefi with LLC5.

When I was pushing for 4.6 using manual mode, I was trying configurations with both LLC 4 and 5. Couldn't maintain stability on either. I'll experiment a bit more later though, using adaptive instead of manual. I'm not optimistic though -- if I can't hit 4.6 stable at 1.42v in manual mode, I don't like my chances.
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I see, you can also try different base clocks like 102 x 45 or something like that.
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Also keep in mind software readings are only to a .016v resolution, so you could be over/under what software reads.

By my DMM, generally using Adaptive and under a high load such as P95 12K fft's on my M8 Hero, LLC 3 & LLC 4 gives a fair amount of droop, and LLC 4 actually overshoots the setting on a more moderate load such as x264. If you need/want a really accurate reading I would use a DMM.

so you could be over/under what software reads.
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Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

I see, you can also try different base clocks like 102 x 45 or something like that.

I tried 115x40 yesterday at a variety of voltages. It was very unstable. Much worse stability than 100x45. Not sure why. I'll experiment a bit more along those lines as well if I can't get something working with a 100 BCLK.
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Hi,

I've been trying to get a proper overclock for a while now but I'm unable to do so. I'm sure someone must know what to do on here.

When stresstesting, the vcore actually drops below the manual set voltage (vdrop/vdroop - yes I know) but what the issue here is that the voltage actually goes higher when it's IDLE...

The pictures should explain it better: 30mins stresstest / idle

As you can see - for some reason, even though the voltage is set to adaptive it still hovers around 1.3V when idle. Isn't it suppose to be the other way around? Higher voltage when stresstesting and chilling below < 1V when idle?

Specs:

CPU: i5-6600K @ 4.4GHz w/ Kraken x61
MOBO: MSI Z170 KRAIT GAMING
RAM: 16GB Kingston HyperX FURY Black
PSU: 650W eVGA SuperNOVA G2

OC Settings:

CPU Ratio: 44
Ring Ratio: 44
Vcore: Manual -> 1.28V
Mode: Adaptive + Offset (+0.02)

If someone could point me to the right direction here I'd appreciate it a lot. Is it a setting I screwed up or simply missed? Or is my mobo just superbad?

Thanks in advance!
post #5696 of 11289
New to skylake and I just got a couple of parts and i am still trying to the max overclock of this 6700k

Here is what i got so far thoughts :




Now i got a question for fellow msi users ... every time i try to open HWinfo i my pc freezes does that happen to you ?
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so you could be over/under what software reads.
No...you could be either over or under what software reads, just like I said. I've done a lot of comparisons between software and DMM readings. It's what you would expect since the accuracy of the sensors isn't %100.
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Im trying to up my overclock a bit. It seems 4.6ghz is a wall. Its 1hr occt small stable with 1.32v. Testing 4.7ghz and im currently at 1.356v (load) to keep it from crashing. Temps seem high (77c) but we will see if it remains stable.


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edit: bah, i'm not doing OCCT tests anymore. It gets too hot and doesn't seem very realistic. Gonna start stressing using x264 from now on lol
Edited by Nenkitsune - 2/14/16 at 4:42pm
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Question about vcore for you guys. It's been a long time since I've overclocked and so relearning everything.

My setup:
6700k (SL binned at 4.7 - delidded)
Gigabyte Gaming GT (afaik this is the gaming 7 with a few upgraded audio components)
16gig 3200 ram (running at 1300 without xmp while messing with overclocking)

I'm trying to get 4.7 at a decent vcore (SL says it passed RealBench at 1.408). It seems to run fine but running x264 with HWInfo the problem I keep having is that my vcore keeps going up to 1.45 or a little more (1.455). This is while vcore in my BIOS is 4.1, 4.05, 4, 3.9, 3.8... doesn't really matter. I read a little about LLC and tried to change those settings a little but "Low" and "Normal" see the system crash while "Turbo" and "Extreme" give me the same 1.45 results.

Just to make sure as well - in HWInfo I'm reading vcore on "Core #0 VID" at the top.

Do any of you have experience with this? Do you know why the BIOS won't stick to the vcore I'm selecting?
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Thats a result of the load line calibration. Standard allows for vcore droop. The performance/extreme settings bump the vcore (or in some cases tries to minimize it) to help make a higher iverclock more stable.

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