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I will still try to push this chip further but here is my first submission to this thread

Username: Shremi
CPU Model: 6700k
Base Clock: 100 Mhz
Core Multiplier:48
Core Frequency:4800 Mhz
Cache Frequency:4100 Mhz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.345 In bios
Vcore: 1.354 the only program i got for reporting the Vcore is Cpu-Z Hwinfo freezes every time i start up weird
FCLK: :100 Mhz
Cooling Solution: Custom Loop with 420mm in P/P for the chip and SLI 980s
Batch Number: Will get it later tonight once i find the god damn box biggrin.gif
Ram Speed: Currently @ stock
Ram Voltage:1.20 Stock
Motherboard: MSI Z170A XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM EDITION
LLC Setting: AUTO
Misc Comments: I am wondering if there is any advantage of delidding this chips ... Skylake seems to run much much cooler than previous architectures or maybe i am just used to Haswell-e By now

I will try to push it even further but here is 1 hour of OCCT 4.4.1

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Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

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

I'll have a look but I don't trust auto voltage + adaptive mode combined.. I've tried that combo before and my pc wouldn't even boot anymore. Had to remove CMOS to reset it.
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I'll have a look but I don't trust auto voltage + adaptive mode combined.. I've tried that combo before and my pc wouldn't even boot anymore. Had to remove CMOS to reset it.
Yeah regarding idle voltage not dropping, seems like it could be the bios since he said - "Vcore = AUTO < The moment you specify a voltage here it will stop working".

In another thread abt MSI Z170A Gaming M5, the OP had the same problem but he found a beta bios that fixed it.
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=262703.0
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Got my 4.7ghz stable! now for 4.8


Edit:
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

How is 4.8 working out for you?
post #5725 of 11311
Its working pretty good. It was crashing at the 3 hour mark with x264 but i think it just needs a little voltage bump since the temps were fine.
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Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

Yeah regarding idle voltage not dropping, seems like it could be the bios since he said - "Vcore = AUTO < The moment you specify a voltage here it will stop working".

In another thread abt MSI Z170A Gaming M5, the OP had the same problem but he found a beta bios that fixed it.
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=262703.0

Seems like I'll have to update the BIOS of my mobo then... Will have to think about that one tho.
post #5727 of 11311
May I join? I know batch is important but it is darkwizzie and coldwizzie outside and the box is in my garage which has no lights and is mad cluttered.

Username: Chronicfx
CPU Model: 6700k
Base Clock: 100 Mhz
Core Multiplier: 49
Core Frequency: 4900 MHz
Cache Frequency: 4500 MHz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.490 V
Vcore: 1.488V
FCLK: 1000
Cooling Solution: Delidded with CLU on die and Corsair H110GT using stock paste with cooler on IHS
Stability Test: X265 benchmark, Intel XTU benchmark, Cinebench R11.5, Cinebench R15, over 100 hours of gaming.
Batch Number: Cold as F outside. Next time I go to my garage I will update it
Ram Speed: 3000 15-17-17-35
Ram Voltage: 1.368V DRAM, 1.17v VCCIO, 1.17v SA
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z170x Gaming 7
LLC Setting: High
Misc Comments: Was apprehensive of doing a real stress test overnight at the voltage since 75% of the population seem to vote for death at this voltage. But system has been a stable and a pleasure to work with for more than two months at this voltage/clock. thumb.gif
Edited by chronicfx - 2/15/16 at 5:13pm
post #5728 of 11311
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Originally Posted by shremi View Post

I will still try to push this chip further but here is my first submission to this thread

Username: Shremi
CPU Model: 6700k
Base Clock: 100 Mhz
Core Multiplier:48
Core Frequency:4800 Mhz
Cache Frequency:4100 Mhz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.345 In bios
Vcore: 1.354 the only program i got for reporting the Vcore is Cpu-Z Hwinfo freezes every time i start up weird
FCLK: :100 Mhz
Cooling Solution: Custom Loop with 420mm in P/P for the chip and SLI 980s
Batch Number: Will get it later tonight once i find the god damn box biggrin.gif
Ram Speed: Currently @ stock
Ram Voltage:1.20 Stock
Motherboard: MSI Z170A XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM EDITION
LLC Setting: AUTO
Misc Comments: I am wondering if there is any advantage of delidding this chips ... Skylake seems to run much much cooler than previous architectures or maybe i am just used to Haswell-e By now

I will try to push it even further but here is 1 hour of OCCT 4.4.1


I probably would not bother to delid at those temps. You are good to go. What up with your minimums tho... Mine are at least staying above ambient. thumb.gif

edit: actually I take it back, whatever you are using is all screwed up. You may want to download the latest HWinfo since it saying your max corespeed is 5.6ghz.... that would be one helluva chip but... very doubtful this is true.
Edited by chronicfx - 2/15/16 at 5:20pm
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Originally Posted by chronicfx View Post

I probably would not bother to delid at those temps. You are good to go. What up with your minimums tho... Mine are at least staying above ambient. thumb.gif

edit: actually I take it back, whatever you are using is all screwed up. You may want to download the latest HWinfo since it saying your max corespeed is 5.6ghz.... that would be one helluva chip but... very doubtful this is true.

Nice to see you here on this thread ... we had some good times over at the ivy bridge stable club .... I am currently running a 420mm rad in p/p and an open air case ... my ambient temps are actually cold right now ..... Where did you notice that i was running below ambient ???

I am sick of HWinfo every time i try to open it ti completely freezes my pc .... And when it finally opens i cant get proper vcore readings ... Very frustrating mad.gif I will try to make a run for 4.9 tonight and report back ....
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On 1st start, did hwinfo64 suggest disabling any sensors? You could try if that helps with the freezing
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