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I just recently started messing with my 6600K and today I managed to hit 4,5GHz @ 1,25vcore. Im not that experienced at overclocking but could it be that I got really lucky with my CPU? Ran Prime95 for one hour and it stayed stable.
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I just recently started messing with my 6600K and today I managed to hit 4,5GHz @ 1,25vcore. Im not that experienced at overclocking but could it be that I got really lucky with my CPU? Ran Prime95 for one hour and it stayed stable.

Yeah thats seems pretty normal. Mine uses around 1.26 for 4.6 for gaming vcore usage. Stress testing stays around 1.29 vcore.
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Alright good, seems like its not extraordinary but it still seems nice, I had it running at 1,3vcore before at the same speed and Temps reached to 80° which I was definitly not ok with. Do you think theres still some breahting room to get even lower and maintaining the 4,5GHz?
post #7623 of 11372
I see no reason to use Prime 95 on Skylake.

The x264 test or realbench works great for stability purposes without insane heat.
post #7624 of 11372
Alright seems like my next stress test will not be Prime95 then. Is there any particular reason why Prime95 is not recommended except the massive heat?
post #7625 of 11372
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Originally Posted by nYnxoxo View Post

Alright seems like my next stress test will not be Prime95 then. Is there any particular reason why Prime95 is not recommended except the massive heat?

Just read the sticky on the first page under Stress testing all the info you need.
post #7626 of 11372
Thanks, obviously missed it rolleyes.gif .
post #7627 of 11372
Yeah what Benny99 said, try realbench or even Aida64 stress test you'll notice way lower temps especially on a skylake cpu
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post #7628 of 11372
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Originally Posted by nYnxoxo View Post

I just recently started messing with my 6600K and today I managed to hit 4,5GHz @ 1,25vcore. Im not that experienced at overclocking but could it be that I got really lucky with my CPU? Ran Prime95 for one hour and it stayed stable.

4.5 at 1.25v sounds about normal for the 6600K. You probably need another .10 to stay stable at 4.6 or 4.7GHz
post #7629 of 11372
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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

hey man those temps are good for prime, I have mine at 4507 but temp reaches 85C after 5 min. on prime. have any advice to lower temps? I posted my setting just a few post below yours.
post #7630 of 11372
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Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

hey man those temps are good for prime, I have mine at 4507 but temp reaches 85C after 5 min. on prime. have any advice to lower temps? I posted my setting just a few post below yours.


Hey

As for the temps: i am using 212evo pp with 2 noctua fans, 1 fan on back of the case for exsaust and 1 infront for intake. All are set @ 800rpm and good clearance in case. Thermal paste is the one that came with 212 - room temp is 22c. The highest temp i ever saw was 75 after 3h of prime and thats only on core 2 rest dont go more than 73.

Maybe you need to add some case fans. Or you have bad airflow inside. Other than that i have no idea. Maybe tok much termal paste or cooler is not seated correctly


Riffraf
Edited by Riffraf - 6/7/16 at 2:19pm
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