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Originally Posted by blackhole2013 View Post

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 ..
If you run 4.7 on adaptive or even offset voltage with c states and speed step enabled you should have no problem with it throttling down when not in use. I can't say I've been keeping up with all the post perfectly but thought I would throw that out there if you're interested in stay at 4.7.


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post #7532 of 11364
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either way no one is really wrong. wink.gif

hey - you driving up to PA in July for that LN2 party?
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post #7533 of 11364
Guys, guys, guys

Is it possible I actually won the sillicon lottery?!

It's just a quick test at 1.35V / 4.8GHz and it seems at least semi-stable.

x5osNsy.png

Now to test the performance in OW :-)

To my surprise, I didn't have to format my PC after changing the platform. (from i5-4670k, after mobo failure). Just installed the ethernet drivers and all seems fine so far smile.gif
post #7534 of 11364
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hey - you driving up to PA in July for that LN2 party?

Nah, I'm probably not going to make it. It's like a 14hr drive for me.

.....I see you submission on for the Division I competition and im pretty sure only hardware that is available at the start of the competition is allowed. wink.gif
post #7535 of 11364
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Originally Posted by crun View Post

Guys, guys, guys

Is it possible I actually won the sillicon lottery?!

It's just a quick test at 1.35V / 4.8GHz and it seems at least semi-stable.

x5osNsy.png

Now to test the performance in OW :-)

To my surprise, I didn't have to format my PC after changing the platform. (from i5-4670k, after mobo failure). Just installed the ethernet drivers and all seems fine so far smile.gif
I think fps is too low, which could be an indication its not stable. Hope I'm wrong though
post #7536 of 11364
Yes, you were right for sure. Performance in the game was supbar, I've run Cinebench 11.5 and the score was ~7.7, after increasing the vcore to 1.375 in bios, score jumped to 8.5.

Anyway, seems like this is finally a decent unit! Good change after i5-750 (x36 absolute max), i5-4670k (x44, maybe x45 if you pushed the voltage to the point I was thermal throttling..)
post #7537 of 11364
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Nah, I'm probably not going to make it. It's like a 14hr drive for me.

.....I see you submission on for the Division I competition and im pretty sure only hardware that is available at the start of the competition is allowed. wink.gif

eh, if they delete it, so be it. The "allowed" says broadwell and in the messages .. anyway, no big deal.
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post #7538 of 11364
doing a 1hr stress test as we speak 4.8ghz @ 1.4v did a dirty quick oc seems stable so far

also tried 5ghz @ 1.45v loaded in windows etc but crashed when bench started running

4.9ghz under 1.45v seems attainable but 4.8ghz under 1.4v seems the way to go
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I managed to get 4.7Ghz @ 1.375V. Although max VCORE used was reported as 1.424V

Is there anyway to limit it? I followed one of the youtube Asrock skylake 6700k guides and set the Vcore to 1.375V fixed and Load Line Callibration to level 1 (which is the strictest)



Cinebench R15, 3dmark physics, 3dmark 2001SE and loop 1 of x264 passed - although close to 90C :[

4.8Ghz @ 1.375V just crashes at Cinebench. I could up the VCORE but Im worried it will wander off into 1.45+ terrirtoty given how 1.375 went to 1.424V
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post #7540 of 11364
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I managed to get 4.7Ghz @ 1.375V. Although max VCORE used was reported as 1.424V

Is there anyway to limit it? I followed one of the youtube Asrock skylake 6700k guides and set the Vcore to 1.375V fixed and Load Line Callibration to level 1 (which is the strictest)



Cinebench R15, 3dmark physics, 3dmark 2001SE and loop 1 of x264 passed - although close to 90C :[

4.8Ghz @ 1.375V just crashes at Cinebench. I could up the VCORE but Im worried it will wander off into 1.45+ terrirtoty given how 1.375 went to 1.424V
Reduce the LLC and it will read more true to what is put into bios. Then you can up the voltage to as high as you are comfortable with without worry of it overshooting.


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