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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 got same reading max is still 1.280V on prime 95 28.9.
post #7602 of 11372
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Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

I got same reading max is still 1.280V on prime 95 28.9.
Wow very nice auto Vcore thumb.gif
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Username: Riffraf
CPU Model: 6600k
Base Clock: 100
Core Multiplier: x45
Core Frequency: 4500
Cache Frequency: 3500
VID: 1.174v
Vcore in UEFI: offset 0.095v
Vcore: 0.336 IDLE - 1.252-1.296 Full LOAD
FCLK: 800mhz
Cooling Solution: Nondelid - 212Evo 2x Noctua PP
Stability Test: 28.7 1.5h - 4 workers BLEND
Batch Number: Need to find the box in the atic
Ram Speed: 16gb (4x4) Kingston predator 2133 15-15-15-36 1.2v @ 2666 14-14-14-35 1.2v
Ram Voltage: both Default
Motherboard: Gigabyte 170z D3H
LLC Setting: AUTO




Are the voltages allright for 24/7 and can i consider this stable or more testing needed


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Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

Wow very nice auto Vcore thumb.gif

finishing up my x264 stress test,

what is VID it says 1.360 but vcore is 1.264 during x264 stress test
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Username: damasterjj
CPU Model: 6600K

Base Clock: 100.1
Core Multiplier: 45
Core Frequency: 4507
Cache Frequency: 4404
Vcore in UEFI: Auto
Vcore:
Min: .416
Average idle: .848
Max: 1.280
FCLK: 8
Cooling Solution: Cryorig H7 not delid
Stability Test: x264 16T 5 hours, max temp 69C

Batch Number: I don’t know.
Ram Speed: 3467 16-18-18-38
Ram Voltage: Auto
Motherboard: Asrock Z170 Pro 4
LLC Setting: Auto

Misc Comments:
Normal usage temp usually under 50C
3D Gaming temp with additional heat from graphic card usually under 63C
Max VID during prime 95 & x264 is 1.365V ?
I've been using this setting for more than 2 months
Edited by Damasterjj - 6/10/16 at 3:46pm
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Originally Posted by Riffraf View Post

Username: Riffraf
CPU Model: 6600k
Base Clock: 100
Core Multiplier: x45
Core Frequency: 4500
Cache Frequency: 3500
VID: 1.174v
Vcore in UEFI: offset 0.095v
Vcore: 0.336 IDLE - 1.252-1.296 Full LOAD
FCLK: 800mhz
Cooling Solution: Nondelid - 212Evo 2x Noctua PP
Stability Test: 28.7 1.5h - 4 workers BLEND
Batch Number: Need to find the box in the atic
Ram Speed: 16gb (4x4) Kingston predator 2133 15-15-15-36 1.2v @ 2666 14-14-14-35 1.2v
Ram Voltage: both Default
Motherboard: Gigabyte 170z D3H
LLC Setting: AUTO




Are the voltages allright for 24/7 and can i consider this stable or more testing needed


Thanks
Riffraf

Voltage is just fine. You could easily add another .1V and be fine for 24/7 usage easily. If you do add more volts I wouldn't use prime to stress test I would use x264. More realistic load and not as much heat.


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post #7607 of 11372
Noticed temps are too high for 24/7 use at 4.6GHz on my 6700k due to summer arriving (anywhere from 70ºC to 75ºC), so I thought I'd drop it to 4.4GHz as I like keeping it below 70ºC.

So far, at 4.4GHz I've managed to get it as low as 1.232v according to CPU-Z (4.6GHz needed 1.36v, huge difference? Not sure if that's normal, not that big jump on my previous 4790k, 3930k or 2600k) and currently stress testing with x264 from this guide (16 threads, normal priority).

Is that a good voltage for 4.4GHz, or just average? smile.gif
    
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Noticed temps are too high for 24/7 use at 4.6GHz on my 6700k due to summer arriving (anywhere from 70ºC to 75ºC), so I thought I'd drop it to 4.4GHz as I like keeping it below 70ºC.

So far, at 4.4GHz I've managed to get it as low as 1.232v according to CPU-Z (4.6GHz needed 1.36v, huge difference? Not sure if that's normal, not that big jump on my previous 4790k, 3930k or 2600k) and currently stress testing with x264 from this guide (16 threads, normal priority).

Is that a good voltage for 4.4GHz, or just average? smile.gif

I have that huge leap between 4.4Ghz and 4.6Ghz also. 4.4Ghz is 1.21v and 4.6 is 1.35v. I just stay at 4.4Ghz because I don't think the extra voltage is worth 200Mhz. I'm pretty sure that leap is very common with these chips. Luckily I'm water cooled and delidded so Even when my room is warm I'm still seeing temps of 46C at 4.4Ghz. At 4.6Ghz the temps go up to 56C when the room is warm.
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

I have that huge leap between 4.4Ghz and 4.6Ghz also. 4.4Ghz is 1.21v and 4.6 is 1.35v. I just stay at 4.4Ghz because I don't think the extra voltage is worth 200Mhz. I'm pretty sure that leap is very common with these chips. Luckily I'm water cooled and delidded so Even when my room is warm I'm still seeing temps of 46C at 4.4Ghz. At 4.6Ghz the temps go up to 56C when the room is warm.

Good to know it's not just me, I guess I'll be keeping it at 4.4GHz at least until summer is over, way too much of a voltage jump for 200MHz, plus average of 10ºC difference too. thumb.gif
    
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LLC settings on that motherboard can only be changed using + or - on the numpad. by using + or minus it will toggle between auto, standard, and extreme. extreme or auto would be the only viable options. i believe standard is 0% LLC but im not positive.
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