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Custom UEFI comes from manufacturer's OC team & doesn't enable you to cheat.

the misinformation out there is amazing.
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post #7522 of 11364
Hi there ca someone explain me that peack of temperature?
I Runing linx for about 10secounds ....temps are max 60 an sudenly temp rais to 95°C an 2 secounds later if got frozen computer?
i have abourdet just to take the screenshot after the peack!

post #7523 of 11364
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Originally Posted by jodasanchezz View Post

Hi there ca someone explain me that peack of temperature?
I Runing linx for about 10secounds ....temps are max 60 an sudenly temp rais to 95°C an 2 secounds later if got frozen computer?
i have abourdet just to take the screenshot after the peack!

How are you commanding voltage in the bios? It could be a more stressful area of the program that commanded additional voltage from the CPU which your cooler could not handle. Is it repeatable? Does this happen at the same spot on the program?


Always destroying exergy
post #7524 of 11364
Hey all,

I recently picked up a 6700k and went after it. After a night or so of testing I'm running at 4.6ghz with a Vcore of 1.42. Not the best by far. Here's the catch, after an overnight text with x264 my max temp was only 72 degrees.

I briefly tried x47 at Vcore of 1.45 (as per the guide) and while it did boot it failed on the first loop of x264. I'm using an H100i v2 with SP120's no delid or anything abnormal.

I guess the question I'm asking is can I push it harder? Maybe a 1.46-1.49 vcore to attempt to stabilize 4.7ghz due to my pretty damn good temps?

I have yet to experiment/change: VCCIO, VCCSA, LLC, Blck/Fclk, Ram OC, gpu OC.

Thanks!
post #7525 of 11364
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Originally Posted by jodasanchezz View Post

Hi there ca someone explain me that peack of temperature?
I Runing linx for about 10secounds ....temps are max 60 an sudenly temp rais to 95°C an 2 secounds later if got frozen computer?
i have abourdet just to take the screenshot after the peack!


That's how LinX works. For the first few seconds it allocates memory, then the calculations start.
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post #7526 of 11364
Unstable OC. Though you shouldn't run Linpack because that will 90C+ even stock CPUs on water XD Or almost.
I can run Linpack on my CPU because I have proper power limits setup that downclock the CPU under those crazy loads of Linpack.
post #7527 of 11364
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well...depends if one ignores the second column in this 6320 CPU benchmark roster.

There's what we call it and what the Bot calls it...
This is how the BOT words it officially - the "World Record". As you call it, then only a quad GPU score counts as a world record... what ever you say boss.

Or it could be a GFP wink.gif
From HWBOT
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NOMENCLATURE

World Record
; A World Record is defined as the best score ever achieved in a specific benchmark application as verified at HWBOT.org by its benchmark rules and regulations at the moment of submitting the benchmark result. A benchmark result is applicable for the World Record terminology only if the benchmark application has HWBOT World Record or Global points enabled. A World Record can be identified by the title of World Record on the benchmark result submission page at HWBOT, three golden tiles on the benchmark submission page, or its inclusion on the official HWBOT World Record table as published at HWBOT*.

Global First Place; A Global First Place is defined as the highest or best benchmark score achieved in a specific global category of a benchmark application ranking as defined by the HWBOT ranking structure, typically but not exclusively by a system’s effective calculation core count, and verified by its benchmark rules and regulations at the moment of submitting the benchmark result. A benchmark result is applicable for the Global First Place terminology only if the benchmark application has HWBOT Global points enabled. A Global First Place can be identified by the title of Global First Place on the benchmark result submission page at HWBOT, two golden tiles on the benchmark submission page, or its inclusion on the official HWBOT Global First Place table as published at HWBOT*

Hardware First Place
; A Hardware First Place is defined as the highest or best benchmark score achieved in a specific hardware category of a benchmark application ranking as defined by the HWBOT ranking structure, typically but not exclusively by a system’s effective calculation core count and the specific hardware item, and verified by its benchmark rules and regulations at the moment of submitting the benchmark result. A benchmark result is applicable for the Hardware First Place only if the benchmark application has Hardware points enabled. A Hardware First Place can be identified by the title of Hardware First Place on the benchmark result submission page at HWBOT, or one golden tile on the benchmark submission page.

http://hwbot.org/benchmarks/world_records
post #7528 of 11364
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From HWBOT
http://hwbot.org/benchmarks/world_records

yeah, I know... and their table is wrong. Not unexpected.
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post #7529 of 11364
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yeah, I know... and their table is wrong. Not unexpected.

either way no one is really wrong. wink.gif
post #7530 of 11364
Well i backed down my 6700k to 4.7 just using cpu upgrade 100% in bios plus high LLC so my chip turbos up and down not only am i saving electricity it seems to work better than just running it at 4.7 24/7 ..
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