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Ok I have found good candidate settings for overnight stress test. If they are stable I will probably move on tomorrow to RAM OC but before that I would like to set adaptive vcore. Could you please give me some hints how should I tackle adaptive?

If i understand correctly once set and tested for stability it will allow for correct c-states and general power saving while limiting max vcore to my previous manual settings?

Thanks

tell you what load up realbench and click h.264 only

run 10 runs

report back

dont really see overnights test worth it imo if anything could do more harm than good
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tell you what load up realbench and click h.264 only

run 10 runs

report back

dont really see overnights test worth it imo if anything could do more harm than good

Hey thanks for anwserig but I think you missed the point of my question smile.gif

I am looking for advice on how to set adaptive vcore.

EDIT: ahh, you have added a line in the meantime which changes sens of your replay slightly.

My OC is not big and voltage is not excessive so overnight is good smile.gif I am not worried about longevity as the CPU will outlast its usability anyway. My q9550 oced to 2.8@4ghz did many months of 24/7 100% hammering at crazy temps and guess what is still going strong close to 10 years later...
Edited by sebna - 6/28/16 at 1:32pm
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Hey thanks for anwserig but I think you missed the point of my question smile.gif

I am looking for advice on how to set adaptive vcore. I know how to stress test the OC, but thanks for that anyway.

https://rog.asus.com/19262015/overclocking/guide-overclocking-core-i7-6700k-on-the-maximus-viii-extreme/

scroll down to

Putting on the Final Touch
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just passed asus realbench @ 4.9ghz 1.43v

I noticed in hwinfo while doing realbench it pulled 1.456v

but while gaming just in crysis 3 for about an hour only 1.44v pulled

I have heard people say in the past asus realbench does pull more volts etc and once stable you can put the volts down a notch

but happy to report stable in crysis 3 which for me is one of the most intense game when it comes to stressing the GPU/CPU

temps stayed under 69c also which surprised me..

glad I finally got the 4.9ghz but probably will revert back to 4.8ghz @ 1.35v for daily like before tongue.gif
I would stay at 4.8 if it runs on 1.35v instead of 4.9 with 1.45 - lol Not really much point, unless you want to finish fast smile.gif
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I know how to use AIDA, I just prefer HWINFO for a quick read. Although I do use AIDA64 to feed Aquasuite temps. tongue.gif

I guess the other guy is literally following Wizzie's rules, I can't fault him for that.

lol - yeah - I know you do... I just clicked the wrong post. doh.gif
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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

Just an update, installed the new motherboard, same ram and cpu as before... same settings, same mhz, same everything. No issues at all, been playing many many hours smile.gif
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lol - yeah - I know you do... I just clicked the wrong post. doh.gif
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hey - so I have a SM8 on order... may have to hit you up for some pointers. smile.gif
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I can't ever seem to get a decent clocking chip I guess. My brother and I both got two bad 6700k's which do 4.5ghz @ about 1.32-1.33vcore. 4.7ghz on both requires about 1.42-1.43, but I didn't test it beyond an hour in prime95. The x264 custom test seems to fail, but it takes hours for that, whereas prime95 at least lets me know early, so I've stuck with that to quickly gauge a bit of stability. Since I'm testing these with a custom loop temps are around 70c @ 4.5ghz but around 80-85c @ 4.7ghz since the voltages are so high. Cache is also sitting at 4.0ghz so it's not like that's hindering anything, but that's another depressing number.

It's crazy to me how often I see people post nonchalantly that they have a 1.25v chip running at like 4.6 or even being able to boot at all at 4.8ghz. This happened with my 2500k and 4770k, both being pretty large under performers. I guess this wouldn't bother me as much if I didn't need to run these things under a massive cooler or custom loop just to get something comparable to a soldered 2500k. Beginning to feel like an expensive sidegrade.
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hey - so I have a SM8 on order... may have to hit you up for some pointers. smile.gif
That's great! I like mine.
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