Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel CPUs › Skylake Overclocking Guide [With Statistics]
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Skylake Overclocking Guide [With Statistics] - Page 760

post #7591 of 11372
Quote:
Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

Damasterjj
CPU: 6600K, I don’t know batch
Multiplier: 45
BLCK: 100.1
Freq. 4507
Cache: 4404
UEFI Vcore: Auto
Vcore: min .416V, typical idle .848V, prime 95 1.280V
FLCK: 1
Cooling: Cryorig H7

Stability:
24/7 settings for the past 2 months.
100+ hours of gaming like Grand theft auto 5, Shadow of Mordor, Street fighter 5
20 minutes prime 95 27.9 & 28.5

GSKILL
freq 3467 16-18-18
Voltage: Auto

Motherboard: Asrock z170 Pro4
LLC: Auto
What software are you reading Vcore with?
Normally auto Vcore is discouraged because it usually puts too much voltage, but yours its very nice below 1.30 even for Prime95 smile.gif
miso-o
(10 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
6700k Z170 Hero 980Ti Classy TridentZ 8GB x2 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
850 Evo 250GB D15S Win10 x64 PG348Q 
PowerCase
X-750 730T 
  hide details  
Reply
miso-o
(10 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
6700k Z170 Hero 980Ti Classy TridentZ 8GB x2 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
850 Evo 250GB D15S Win10 x64 PG348Q 
PowerCase
X-750 730T 
  hide details  
Reply
post #7592 of 11372
x264, huh? I think darkwizzie set it up so that you can just enter enter enter... and it uses his preferred defaults. Which for i5 would probably be 8 threads but it doesn't really matter if you run 8 or 16 even on i7.
post #7593 of 11372
Quote:
Originally Posted by JackCY View Post

x264, huh? I think darkwizzie set it up so that you can just enter enter enter... and it uses his preferred defaults. Which for i5 would probably be 8 threads but it doesn't really matter if you run 8 or 16 even on i7.

Yeah you are right biggrin.gif

It defaults to 16 T on my i5 .
post #7594 of 11372
Can anyone recommend me good cpu cooler, not air, i have the T4 from cooler master. What i need is something to save me space as well throw hot air out in the back exaust, so my gpu don't get overheat by the hot air in the case, ty in advance. My friends from America can buy it for me, that's why i'm in a hurry.
post #7595 of 11372
@Darkwizzie

Hi!
Congrats for your work.

Reading a lot this fantastic thread, I consider important add in the beguining, a comparative chart about what means 100 Mhz in Skylake vs 100 Mhz Haswell and Ivy Bridge. Lot of users here are confusing that more numbers with processors from the past mean better results with technology of the present. For example (this are not a valid numbers) 100 Mhz in Skylake means 125 Mhz in Haswell.

Other think I consider very important is to add in the chart, maybe not mandatory as other values, a column with temps. I understand that temps are subjetive, I mean, each user decide where to go. But maybe : ambient (Celsius) and Package can give a better idea " Where am I".

This thread is amaizing a very usefull.
post #7596 of 11372
Quote:
Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

What software are you reading Vcore with?
Normally auto Vcore is discouraged because it usually puts too much voltage, but yours its very nice below 1.30 even for Prime95 smile.gif

HWmonitor, fixed vcore seem to have higher idle temps & power draw.
post #7597 of 11372
Quote:
Originally Posted by NikolayNeykov View Post

Can anyone recommend me good cpu cooler, not air, i have the T4 from cooler master. What i need is something to save me space as well throw hot air out in the back exaust, so my gpu don't get overheat by the hot air in the case, ty in advance. My friends from America can buy it for me, that's why i'm in a hurry.
If you are looking for AIO coolers the h100i V2 is a very good cooler for the money however it is a 240mm cooler. If you are sticking with 120mm the H80i is a decent choice as it is ran in push pull to help compensate for the reduced fin area some. Hope this help!


Always destroying exergy
post #7598 of 11372
Quote:
Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

HWmonitor, fixed vcore seem to have higher idle temps & power draw.
Hi can you check Vcore again using hwinfo64? I remember hwmonitor may be showing Vin which is different from Vcore

In the OP (1st post) there is a pic of hwinfo64 showing Vcore, look under the section Information Before Overclocking.
miso-o
(10 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
6700k Z170 Hero 980Ti Classy TridentZ 8GB x2 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
850 Evo 250GB D15S Win10 x64 PG348Q 
PowerCase
X-750 730T 
  hide details  
Reply
miso-o
(10 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
6700k Z170 Hero 980Ti Classy TridentZ 8GB x2 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
850 Evo 250GB D15S Win10 x64 PG348Q 
PowerCase
X-750 730T 
  hide details  
Reply
post #7599 of 11372
Quote:
Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

Hi can you check Vcore again using hwinfo64? I remember hwmonitor may be showing Vin which is different from Vcore

In the OP (1st post) there is a pic of hwinfo64 showing Vcore, look under the section Information Before Overclocking.

I'll be home in 8 hours. I'll let you know
post #7600 of 11372
Quote:
Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

If you are looking for AIO coolers the h100i V2 is a very good cooler for the money however it is a 240mm cooler. If you are sticking with 120mm the H80i is a decent choice as it is ran in push pull to help compensate for the reduced fin area some. Hope this help!


Always destroying exergy

Thanks, i think H80i is the right for me, i don't overclock so much just 4.5 but i need it to save me space in the case so i think it's a good choice mate.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Intel CPUs
Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel CPUs › Skylake Overclocking Guide [With Statistics]