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Guys, where do you guys "hit the wall" ?

I'm between 4,7ghz and 4,8ghz. For 4,7ghz i need 1,32v or less (stresstesting now) and for 4,8ghz i need 1,44-1,45v. biggrin.gif
Lol that is a big big difference... What about you guys ?
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Originally Posted by Ottesen View Post

Guys, where do you guys "hit the wall" ?

I'm between 4,7ghz and 4,8ghz. For 4,7ghz i need 1,32v or less (stresstesting now) and for 4,8ghz i need 1,44-1,45v. biggrin.gif
Lol that is a big big difference... What about you guys ?
I'm about 1.36 for 4.7 & 1.440 for 4.8. Not the best but both of those are OC'ing my 2666 RAM to 3200.
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I'm about 1.36 for 4.7 & 1.440 for 4.8. Not the best but both of those are OC'ing my 2666 RAM to 3200.

Pretty wide gap there as me. I only have 2133mhz ram, is there any gain/point overclocking that for me ? Is it worth it ?
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Pretty wide gap there as me. I only have 2133mhz ram, is there any gain/point overclocking that for me ? Is it worth it ?
Nothing noticeable, mostly benchmarks.
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I wouldn't say nothing noticeable. If you are a gamer it has been proven that ram performance scales very nicely on Skylake producing decent games up to around 4000Mhz where the test concluded.


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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ottesen View Post

Guys, where do you guys "hit the wall" ?

I'm between 4,7ghz and 4,8ghz. For 4,7ghz i need 1,32v or less (stresstesting now) and for 4,8ghz i need 1,44-1,45v. biggrin.gif
Lol that is a big big difference... What about you guys ?

4.5 = 1.28
4.6 = 1.31
4.7 = 1.34
4.8 = 1.38
All are x264, IBT, and VidCoder (HandBrake) stable

4.9 = 1.43 .. XTU reaches 95-100*c [not stable for anything more stressful]
5.0 = 1.47 .. cannot run stress-tests at all but will run most GFX benches

All these are running with ram OC'd to 3600MHz @ 1.42v up from 3000MHz

Tried to boot up 5.1GHz @ 1.52v but it won't have any of it. Don't fancy pushing the voltage any more than that with only my H110i-GTX, it can't handle the heat @ 5G so i know it's not going to stand for anything higher.
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4.5 = 1.28
4.6 = 1.31
4.7 = 1.34
4.8 = 1.38
All are x264, IBT, and VidCoder (HandBrake) stable

4.9 = 1.43 .. XTU reaches 95-100*c [not stable for anything more stressful]
5.0 = 1.47 .. cannot run stress-tests at all but will run most GFX benches

All these are running with ram OC'd to 3600MHz @ 1.42v up from 3000MHz

Tried to boot up 5.1GHz @ 1.52v but it won't have any of it. Don't fancy pushing the voltage any more than that with only my H110i-GTX, it can't handle the heat @ 5G so i know it's not going to stand for anything higher.

Nice ! You seem to have a good chip. Nice increments, i need just over 100mv from 4,7 to 4,8ghz :S
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I've had some problems since i got my new mobo/cpu/ram 1,5 weeks ago, have some posts about it a few pages back, its now solved and want for future reference/help others to write a little down smile.gif

Issue: New parts = overclock. As soon as i gotten my new parts i wanted to overclock. Got some nice overclocks. However, when doing x264 stresstest the cpu usage graph looked like
a heart monitor. Just up and down on usage all the time. And games crashed HARD. Didn't mater what game. More volt, less volt, vccio, vccsa nothing helped.

Solution: Tried other ram slots. Using 2x8gb by the way. Didn't help. Removed one ram chip, everything was fine :S Turns out i for some reason can't run in dual channel at all. As soon
as both ram chips are in the same channel its just fine...

Maybe not 100% skylake relevant, but i wanted to share in case other stumble over this issue smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Ottesen View Post

I've had some problems since i got my new mobo/cpu/ram 1,5 weeks ago, have some posts about it a few pages back, its now solved and want for future reference/help others to write a little down smile.gif

Issue: New parts = overclock. As soon as i gotten my new parts i wanted to overclock. Got some nice overclocks. However, when doing x264 stresstest the cpu usage graph looked like
a heart monitor. Just up and down on usage all the time. And games crashed HARD. Didn't mater what game. More volt, less volt, vccio, vccsa nothing helped.

Solution: Tried other ram slots. Using 2x8gb by the way. Didn't help. Removed one ram chip, everything was fine :S Turns out i for some reason can't run in dual channel at all. As soon
as both ram chips are in the same channel its just fine...

Maybe not 100% skylake relevant, but i wanted to share in case other stumble over this issue smile.gif
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1497-page5.html
Likely Gigabyte problem with a few of their boards. SPCR also found something similar with their WIFI model, with 2 sticks ram Handbrake + Lost Planet2 test throttled. But stable with one stick ram.
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After extensive testing, I found that power consumption could reliably predict whether the processor would throttle. Downgrading to one stick of memory lowered the stress on the integrated memory controller, causing the power draw to drop dramatically during Prime95, but it did eventually throttle as well, just taking longer to do so. However, the HandBrake and Lost Planet 2 test was stable with the system pulling 107W from the wall, about 9W less than the two DIMM configuration. It would seem that an i7-6700K with two sticks of memory is simply too much for the Z170N-WIFI's power regulation system and cooling (or lack thereof) to handle -- a serious limitation in a Z170 chipset board.
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