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post #5711 of 11312
Ok, the good news: I had a 6700k that was giving me overclocking not stable and incorrect configuration errors on boot. (Even with no overclocking and everything set to bare stock settings, including the ram.) Now, Intel replaced the cpu and those errors are gone. biggrin.gif (I am using ram in a 4 x 8GB configuration that is not supported but, the problem originally occurred even with just 2 sticks of ram.) I am very happy that my computer runs correctly now.

Ok, the not as good a news for me: Looks like this chip will only overclock to 4.5GHz and nothing more. Something happens that did not happen on the other chip: if I set it at 4.6GHz, it will downclock to 4.4GHz well running IBT and nothing I do seems to change that. Same with 4.7GHz, it will downclock do 4.5Ghz. Am I doing something wrong or is that just the way it is and I will have to live with it? (Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7 mainboard with the F6 bios.)
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Originally Posted by brosader View Post

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?

My guess would be either SpeedStep is disabled in the BIOS, or Windows is set to high performance power profile.
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Originally Posted by brosader View Post

Currently testing at 4.8ghz@1.404v Temps are THE SAME as 4.7ghz@1.344v but I also lowered my DDR voltage to 1.2v and dropped its clock rates back to stock (DDR4 2400) so maybe that helped? I don't see how it would effect the temps. This thing kept getting hotter and hotter then suddenly when I set it to 1.4v it started running better. I don't even have any Vdroop now. I was expecting the voltage to drop to 1.39v

Are you using XMP or manually setting VCCIO? The memory controller is on the CPU, so yes, if you lower its voltage, it will generate less heat on the CPU. XMP will raise it automatically.
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post #5713 of 11312
Thinking about changing up my board and case. I am currently running a corsair 250D with an Asrock mini its gaming/ac motherboard. I am very happy with it but want sli support for future 4K gaming. I'm considering the Maximus hero however I hear it is riddled with issues yet it still is the best overclocking board. I see many of you are using the same board how do you guys like it?

Also I'm considering the corsair 540 cube as a case. Any advise on this? Anyone have this case?


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post #5714 of 11312
The Hero VIII has been rock solid for me. I am able to get to 4.8 OC on my 6700k stable. I am currently running the latest 1402 bios and have had no issues.
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I'm considering the corsair 540 cube as a case. Any advise on this? Anyone have this case?

Yup, i have it....it's a great case with plenty of space and airflow. it would be a wise choice for sure. thumb.gif

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Thanks guys. Just placed my order for the two. Guess I'll be selling my case and board haha. This is exactly why you should not send off your i7 chip to get delidded. The down time makes you do crazy stuff like buy a new motherboard and case just bc you don't want to be limited to one GPU even when you can't afford another....


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Quote:
Originally Posted by Antipathy View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by brosader View Post

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?

My guess would be either SpeedStep is disabled in the BIOS, or Windows is set to high performance power profile.
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Currently testing at 4.8ghz@1.404v Temps are THE SAME as 4.7ghz@1.344v but I also lowered my DDR voltage to 1.2v and dropped its clock rates back to stock (DDR4 2400) so maybe that helped? I don't see how it would effect the temps. This thing kept getting hotter and hotter then suddenly when I set it to 1.4v it started running better. I don't even have any Vdroop now. I was expecting the voltage to drop to 1.39v

Are you using XMP or manually setting VCCIO? The memory controller is on the CPU, so yes, if you lower its voltage, it will generate less heat on the CPU. XMP will raise it automatically.

im manually setting the voltage. Its ddr4 2400 ram so i dont know how well xmp would be able to adjust the voltage and junk to get 2666 stable. It makes so little performance difference that im leaving it at 2400 now though
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My guess would be either SpeedStep is disabled in the BIOS, or Windows is set to high performance power profile.

I haven't touched SpeedStep so it's still on. Also haven't touched high performance power (it's on balanced).

When I revert back to default @ bios, the voltage works as it should.. But the moment I start overclocking, it goes crazy.
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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!
Hi, try reading what electrostingz wrote & see if you understand it (I'm using Asus M8H so got kinda lost reading it),
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=266522.msg1528221#msg1528221
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I had been running stable at 4.7 for a couple of days at 1.32 fixed voltage. The max temperature when using Prime95 28.7 was 78 degrees, x264 benchmark max temperature was 67 degrees using a Noctua NH-15.

I pushed for 4.8 but had to increase the voltage quite a bit to 1.41 in BIOS (1.392 under load); all in all i think I've got a reasonable chip. Please add me to your table:

Username: Phoenixx4
CPU Model: 6700k
Base Clock: 100
Core Multiplier: 48
Core Frequency: 4800MHz
Cache Frequency: 4000MHz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.41V.
Vcore: 1.392V
FCLK: 800MHz
Cooling Solution: Air - Noctua NH-15
x264 benchmark - 16 threads, normal priority for 5 plus hours (stopped after 5 hours 40 minutes, picture taken just after 5 hours). Also used IBT and Prime95 to test initial stability and to find Vcore required.

Batch Number: L548C033 (bought in UK)
Ram Speed: 2133 15-15-15-36
Motherboard: Gigabyte Gaming 7
LLC Setting: High

For day to day I will reduce down to 4.7 which will enable a lower Vcore and temperature/noise. I'll increase the FCLK to 1GHz and use the XMP profile on the ram (3000 15-17-17-35). I also want to use adaptive voltage instead of the fixed Vcore to lower my power use when idle.

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