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I've had my 6700k and gigabyte motherboard now about three weeks, have the strangest problems. I can overclock and run stresstests without a problem, but i can't play games without the computer frezzing. I have tried everything, small overclock and much voltage, still the same. Tired...

i just ordered a asus Rog motherboard instead, if i have the same problems there i'm going to snap :S lol

Is your graphics card overclocked? If so put it back to defualt to eliminate that as a lossible cuase.
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post #7812 of 11361
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Is your graphics card overclocked? If so put it back to defualt to eliminate that as a lossible cuase.

I have tried everything, it frezzes when its stock and overclocked. I also have strange temp readings. Thought it was the ram but
it frezzes no mater what... frown.gif Going back to asus smile.gif
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post #7813 of 11361
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Originally Posted by Ottesen View Post

I have tried everything, it frezzes when its stock and overclocked. I also have strange temp readings. Thought it was the ram but
it frezzes no mater what... frown.gif Going back to asus smile.gif
I have Gigabyte z170x gaming 7.. all i want to say is that it's the best MB i ever had, it run flawless everything and OC good with cool temps... don't know really what is your problem, maybe defective product. smile.gif Every gigabyte card i had in last 5 years was really good and i am happy with them.
I never switch to Asus, because i had problem with videocard and i think they are not worthy, putting cheap materials and selling things expensive ...
Edited by NikolayNeykov - 6/26/16 at 4:46pm
post #7814 of 11361
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I have Gigabyte z170x gaming 7.. all i want to say is that it's the best MB i ever had, it run flawless everything and OC good with cool temps... don't know really what is your problem, maybe defective product. smile.gif Every gigabyte i had in last 5 years was really good and i am happy with them.
I never switch to Asus, because i had problem with videocard and i think they are not worthy, putting cheap materials and selling things expensive ...

It may just be mine that is defective, but i don't think you can compare the one you got to mine... (Its a cheap board)
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post #7815 of 11361
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It may just be mine that is defective, but i don't think you can compare the one you got to mine... (Its a cheap board)
Are you really saving from MB? It is the worst mistake when building gaming pc...
post #7816 of 11361
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Are you really saving from MB? It is the worst mistake when building gaming pc...

To be completely honest with you, i didn't think the motherboard was a very important thing anymore... That they are more or less ok even at a low price. I'm getting the new motherboard in a few days, hopefully i prove my self wrong on that point biggrin.gif But ye, its dumb. We'll see in a few days smile.gif My previous mobo's have been just fine, even tho they were "cheap".
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post #7817 of 11361
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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

Following the Maximus guide is your best bet. It may mean ruins a couple settings that you will not have or are named something slightly different. The foundation of the overclock however will be the same. Essentially you want to set the Vcore voltage to manual and apply some voltage say 1.36V. You then want to increase the multiplier for the cores as high as possible until unstable. Once unstable increase the voltage by .02 at a time until you either reach around 1.44V which is a good round safe number to keep as a peak voltage or until your temps get in the high 70s low 80s which ever happens first depending on your cooling. Once you find the manual voltage it needs switch to adaptive to allow the voltage to dip under idle.


Always destroying exergy

Thanks for that

Would I need to disable any power saving features like IEST C1 etc etc

My only experience is overclocking the X58 platform with i7 930

Any know much about the 2016 batches ? I got a L606F380
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post #7818 of 11361
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I've had my 6700k and gigabyte motherboard now about three weeks, have the strangest problems. I can overclock and run stresstests without a problem, but i can't play games without the computer frezzing. I have tried everything, small overclock and much voltage, still the same. Tired...

i just ordered a asus Rog motherboard instead, if i have the same problems there i'm going to snap :S lol

Do you have a good power supply?
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Do you have a good power supply?

Corsair hx1050w silver
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Corsair hx1050w silver

It should be more than enough!
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