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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

It's at 1.344V at stock settings and no load. CPUID HWmonitor says 1.36V.

Is this normal or just a software error? If so what program tells you an accurate number?


Double check with HWInfo, but sounds about right. I've seen high voltage for stock clocks.
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post #6022 of 11364
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Double check with HWInfo, but sounds about right. I've seen high voltage for stock clocks.

HWInfo says 1.34 too.

Is there something wrong with my chip or is it a software issue? 1.33 at stock settings and no load is insane.
post #6023 of 11364
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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

HWInfo says 1.34 too.

Is there something wrong with my chip or is it a software issue? 1.33 at stock settings and no load is insane.

I have a chip that requests over 1.4V at stock settings and no load, it's not insane at all. Skylake uses higher voltages.
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It's at 1.344V at stock settings and no load. CPUID HWmonitor says 1.36V.

Is this normal or just a software error? If so what program tells you an accurate number?

That is a sensor resolution issue, it only reports in increments of .016v. All software will report it that way. It is rounding, so the actual voltage is somewhere between 1.336 and 1.352 or so.

EDIT - I may have misunderstood the question...

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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

After a couple of hours of x264, here's the my OC, 4.6GHz with 1.376v:

What kind of an 6700k did I get? Bad? average? good? tongue.gif

According to the OP, average for this thread is 4.68Ghz @ 1.38v, so I'd say you are pretty close to that.
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It's at 1.344V at stock settings and no load. CPUID HWmonitor says 1.36V.

Is this normal or just a software error? If so what program tells you an accurate number?


It's more than normal for 4.2ghz auto/stock.

My chip actually tries to use about 1.42 - 1.43v on full stock when it turbos if i have LLC enabled and it's far from the only one. My overclock is below "stock" voltage!

6600k voltage seems fine. 6700k is really high, if you look at both out of the box.
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

After a couple of hours of x264, here's the my OC, 4.6GHz with 1.376v:





What kind of an 6700k did I get? Bad? average? good? tongue.gif

Average OC is 4.7 @ 1.4v.

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post #6027 of 11364
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It's at 1.344V at stock settings and no load. CPUID HWmonitor says 1.36V.

Is this normal or just a software error? If so what program tells you an accurate number?

From my knowledge, Intel's "stock" voltages are higher then needed but within the "safe zone" to make sure it's stable. A lot of my locked CPUs are capable of undervolting a huge amount because of this.

I hope that answered your question.
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From my knowledge, Intel's "stock" voltages are higher then needed but within the "safe zone" to make sure it's stable. A lot of my locked CPUs are capable of undervolting a huge amount because of this.

I hope that answered your question.

On a stock bios and no load, it's at 1.34V. I'm wondering why it's like this when the bios says 1.26V.

I'm also wondering why it doesn't throttle to a lower speed, it's always at a constant 4208Mhz.

Is this normal?


http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/overclocking-intel-core-i7-6700k/
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At its stock settings the Core i7-6700K has a base clock of 4GHz, with a rather meager maximum Turbo Boost of 4.2GHz. Its stock voltage is 1.2.

^According to Digitaltrends it has a base close of 4ghz and a turbo boost of 4.2. Why is mine always at turbo boost? And I'm assuming the extra 200Mhz is causing the extra voltage.
Edited by i7monkey - 3/3/16 at 5:26pm
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On a stock bios and no load, it's at 1.34V. I'm wondering why it's like this when the bios says 1.26V.

I'm also wondering why it doesn't throttle to a lower speed, it's always at a constant 4208Mhz.

Is this normal?

1.26V is likely your stock voltage for 4GHz (bios runs at stock base frequency), and 1.34V is your stock voltage for 4.2GHz (turbo). You'll need to tinker with your bios or windows power savings to figure out why you're locked at 4.2.
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1.26V is likely your stock voltage for 4GHz (bios runs at stock base frequency), and 1.34V is your stock voltage for 4.2GHz (turbo). You'll need to tinker with your bios or windows power savings to figure out why you're locked at 4.2.

I went to power saving features and changed it from max performance to balanced and it now throttles.

Thanks!
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