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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?
Run memtest. Sounds like your memory may be the culprit.


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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.


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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
You can leave the power settings enabled just increase Vcore and multiplier.


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Run memtest. Sounds like your memory may be the culprit.


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Have done that also, all checked out ok. Have overclock with 1 stick, 2 sticks, and different configs. Its really strange. It was stable a few days but when i changed a setting it was frezzing again. (Even going back to the stable setting is frezzed.) I have tried changing one and one thing, samme problem. Even underclocked the ram, still the same. More voltage on everything, same. It doesn't make sense. Also have gotten som boot-loops.

On stock settings tho everything is fine. And it doesn't seem to mater how much/little i overclock, still frezzes. I had no issue doing aida64 for 10 hours, or x264 times 35. Its only gaming, and doesn't mater if the game is cpu heavy or not. Overclocking with cache at stock or not, same thing. Xmp or not, same thing. I have tried anything i can think of. Even like 4,5ghz at over 1,4v even tho i only need 1,34v for 4,7ghz... still crashes in games, no difference. Hopefully the new motherboard fixes these problems, if not its either ram or cpu... but its pointing to motherboard.
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Have done that also, all checked out ok. Have overclock with 1 stick, 2 sticks, and different configs. Its really strange. It was stable a few days but when i changed a setting it was frezzing again. (Even going back to the stable setting is frezzed.) I have tried changing one and one thing, samme problem. Even underclocked the ram, still the same. More voltage on everything, same. It doesn't make sense. Also have gotten som boot-loops.

On stock settings tho everything is fine. And it doesn't seem to mater how much/little i overclock, still frezzes. I had no issue doing aida64 for 10 hours, or x264 times 35. Its only gaming, and doesn't mater if the game is cpu heavy or not. Overclocking with cache at stock or not, same thing. Xmp or not, same thing. I have tried anything i can think of. Even like 4,5ghz at over 1,4v even tho i only need 1,34v for 4,7ghz... still crashes in games, no difference. Hopefully the new motherboard fixes these problems, if not its either ram or cpu... but its pointing to motherboard.
Can you try stressing with Asus Realbench instead of x264, as Realbench loads the gpu as well.
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Can you try stressing with Asus Realbench instead of x264, as Realbench loads the gpu as well.

I'll give it a try smile.gif
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Can you try stressing with Asus Realbench instead of x264, as Realbench loads the gpu as well.

I'll give it a try smile.gif
Another issue may be the fact the chip is not making sufficient contact with the pins or the heat sink is too tight causing slight warping of the board. Try removing the CPU from the socket and examining the pins to make sure they are not damaged. If not reseat the CPU and mount the cooler. When mounting the cooler make sure you are not over tightening. It's kind of a long shot but worth checking out.


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I am at ~4758MHz on my 6700K @ 1.335V in BIOS.

So, to get on 'the list', what do I need to do and what do I post in this thread as proof?
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I am at ~4758MHz on my 6700K @ 1.335V in BIOS.

So, to get on 'the list', what do I need to do and what do I post in this thread as proof?

In order to be charted you need to fill out this form:

Username:
CPU Model:
Base Clock:
Core Multiplier:
Core Frequency:
Cache Frequency:
Vcore in UEFI: This is the CPU core voltage value you input into BIOS/UEFI.
Vcore: This is the *average* CPU Vcore reading from Hwinfo or HWMonitor under load. "Load" depends on what you're stressing.
FCLK: Reminder: In HWinfo, it is "System Agent Clock".
Cooling Solution: If you are delidded, note it here. Please explicitly state if you are doing bare die or not.
Stability Test: Please list the version of Prime95 and what FFT preset/size it is if you are using Prime95. Please list the number of threads used if using custom x264 test. In other words, please provide as many details as you can. Acceptable stress tests will be listed at the bottom.

Batch Number: What country? Please list the entire batch number if you can. You can find it on the box.
Ram Speed: State the frequency and timings (3200 16-16-16-35, etc etc)
Ram Voltage: If you've tweaked VCCIO and System Agent, please note it here.
Motherboard:
LLC Setting: If you didn't change default, say AUTO
Misc Comments: Anything else you'd like to add on top of what you've listed?


To be charted in the main chart, you must fulfill one of the following requirements:
Prime v28.7 1 hour
OCCT 4.4.1 1 hour
Linpack from the Linpack Package download run at max settings (not recommended) 2 hours
Prime v27.9 3 hours
IBT 3 hours
x264 16T 5 hours
Realbench 5 hours

Aida64 and XTU do not count no matter the length of the test.


Picture Verification:
To have this optional column ticked off, you must submit a picture showing that the stress test has been completed as you claimed. You also must have HWinfo open, showing both the frequency and Vcore. (Many people forget to make sure the Vcore reading is showing.)
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HWinfo does not correctly display my voltages.

Would AIDA64 suffice?
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HWinfo does not correctly display my voltages.

Would AIDA64 suffice?

on HWinfo look for Vcore scroll down near motherboard temp etc im 100% thats real volts
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