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Yes its normal.


Gotta get me somedat microcode

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Originally Posted by albyzor View Post

Is it normal to get so much difference in core temps prime95 27.9. I repasted and the same result.

Honestly I get a difference of between 8-9 degrees between my highest and lowest core max temps when running prime. I don't think it matters much. Thinking it was the cooler or my thermal paste application I tried reseating multiple times and even tried a different cooler. All with the same result. My old I7-860 had a variance of about that much too.
    
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post #5853 of 11313
Probably bad tim application inside of cpu.
post #5854 of 11313
Hello. I am stressing with Aida 64 FPU only and confused.

Should I be making sure all cores are below 90c or just the CPU reading because that one is always much lower than the individual cores.

Also, on stock 6700k, xmp disabled, my temps for idle are 32c and with fpu stress only it's averaging 75 for cpu and 80-87c for each individual core.


Air cooled with Scythe Big Shuriken rev. b

I also ran the same test on my Alienware R3 with same 6700k liquid cooled with the 4.4 max overclock setting and Aida reported throttling after a few minutes with the cores peaking past 90c.

What's going on if a factory overclock can't even handle the test?
Edited by EMINENT1 - 2/21/16 at 10:20am
post #5855 of 11313
i can not boot with bclk higher than 170, can anyone help ?
post #5856 of 11313
i think that should be too much? i got mine to max 160 bclk. anything past that and it goes into infinite loop smile.gif
post #5857 of 11313
On the new build, setting 4.5 at 1.30v and ram at 3000 xmp 1.35v
From my post above and trying x264, initial temps are showing 91 88 90 89 36.7% in loop 1.
This seems too high, right?
post #5858 of 11313
For a burn test on air its fine but I would run the A/C, <90 is what I am comfortable with.



Is 1.41 idle vcore okay or should I mess with LLC even though its doing sfa for increasing my clockspeed.
post #5859 of 11313
an 6700K lose by much for a 5820K in games?
lets say both overclocked at 4.4
Edited by Krgwow - 2/21/16 at 12:28pm
post #5860 of 11313
Hey all,

So i just bought a 6600k and did some tests for the first time and apparently from what i see its a gem.

Username: riffraf
CPU Model: 6600K
Base Clock: 100MHz
Core Multiplier: 44x
Core Frequency: 4400MHz
Cache Frequency: 3500MHz
CPU VID: 1.150v
Vcore: In bios 1.195v
Vcore Windows: 1.176v LOAD -1.188v IDLE
Cache Voltage: -
Cooling Solution: 212 Evo
Stability Test: IBT 2.54 Max - 30 runs 1.5h
Batch Number:: Box is in basement il update it tomorow
Ram Speed: 2133mhz 13-13-13-36 2T (XMP Defaults)
Ram Voltage: 1.20v (XMP Defaults)
Motherboard: Gigabyte z170 D3H
LLC Setting: High


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Are this low volts common? And is using LLC @ High dangerous in any way?

I would like to ask to what voltage can i go 24/7 on higher OC if i intend to keep this computer for the next 3-4 years.
Edited by Riffraf - 2/21/16 at 3:01pm
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