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My 6700k is stable 1h OCCT and 20h of X264 custom test at 1.36 vcore during load. I will probably bring it down to 1.34-35 under load. At this stage wanted to have a base and those settings were good candidate. Obviously not the best chip around.

It will fail after 10 - 20 minutes of OCCT on 4.7 up to 1.44v vcore loaded. I did not want to go higher on air than this (temps are maxing out at 82 in OCCT def settings).

Now my question is - is it worth it to delid (I would do it myself) - would it allow me to stabilize 4.7 in your experience? I really fancy 4.7 biggrin.gif but I do not want to go stupid at the same time and chasing ghosts (my q9550 is lapped to mirror finish same with HS so I am not new to some more radical approaches)

I can boot 4.7 windows and run some less demanding stress tests as low as 1.35 in bios and 1.39 under load so I guess there is a potential to stabilize it. Now the question is will delid take me there?

Such a shame I did not know about silicone lottery site. I would probably go for one of their chips (4..7 prolly) but at the same time I am pretty sure my chip can do 1h of realbench 4.7 and 1.408 so the way they advertise theirs binned 4.7... which in my case do not bring OCCT stability.

Cheers
Edited by sebna - 6/29/16 at 1:14pm
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Originally Posted by sebna View Post

My 6700k is stable 1h OCCT and 20h of X264 custom test at 1.36 vcore during load. I will probably bring it down to 1.34-35 under load. At this stage wanted to have a base and those settings were good candidate. Obviously not the best chip around.

It will fail after 10 - 20 minutes of OCCT on 4.7 up to 1.44v vcore loaded. I did not want to go higher on air than this (temps are maxing out at 82 in OCCT def settings).

Now my question is - is it worth it to delid (I would do it myself) - would it allow me to stabilize 4.7 in your experience? I really fancy 4.7 biggrin.gif but I do not want to go stupid at the same time and chasing ghosts (my q9550 is lapped to mirror finish same with HS so I am not new to some more radical approaches)

I can boot 4.7 windows and run some less demanding stress tests as low as 1.35 in bios and 1.39 under load so I guess there is a potential to stabilize it. Now the question is will delid take me there?

Such a shame I did not know about silicone lottery site. I would probably go for one of their chips (4..7 prolly) but at the same time I am pretty sure my chip can do 1h of realbench 4.7 and 1.408 so the way they advertise theirs binned 4.7... which in my case do not bring OCCT stability.

Cheers
It's possible a delid will net you another 100 MHz. I was able to go from 4.7 to 4.8 with a delid, but that's setting the vcore around 1.440. For sure my temps are very, very good after delid, although they were only mid 70's before under extreme (8K fft's) load.
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Originally Posted by Asus11 View Post

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

Not trying to thread-jack; browsing this thread, I read your post, and did a 10 run test.

Passed.

1.338V in BIOS. Still working with Mr. Malik about getting HWinfo updated, so, no HWinfo screenshot, unfortunately.



What do you think?
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My 6700k is stable 1h OCCT and 20h of X264 custom test at 1.36 vcore during load. I will probably bring it down to 1.34-35 under load. At this stage wanted to have a base and those settings were good candidate. Obviously not the best chip around.

It will fail after 10 - 20 minutes of OCCT on 4.7 up to 1.44v vcore loaded. I did not want to go higher on air than this (temps are maxing out at 82 in OCCT def settings).

Now my question is - is it worth it to delid (I would do it myself) - would it allow me to stabilize 4.7 in your experience? I really fancy 4.7 biggrin.gif but I do not want to go stupid at the same time and chasing ghosts (my q9550 is lapped to mirror finish same with HS so I am not new to some more radical approaches)

I can boot 4.7 windows and run some less demanding stress tests as low as 1.35 in bios and 1.39 under load so I guess there is a potential to stabilize it. Now the question is will delid take me there?

Such a shame I did not know about silicone lottery site. I would probably go for one of their chips (4..7 prolly) but at the same time I am pretty sure my chip can do 1h of realbench 4.7 and 1.408 so the way they advertise theirs binned 4.7... which in my case do not bring OCCT stability.

Cheers

OCCT failure may not be vcore/core related. try 4.7 core and lower cache. Also, before any OCCT, run HCi Memtest according to the author's instructions. thumb.gif Delid will net +100MHz if the limiting factor is peak temp, or you can;t keep the load temp below 70C.
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Not trying to thread-jack; browsing this thread, I read your post, and did a 10 run test.

Passed.

1.338V in BIOS. Still working with Mr. Malik about getting HWinfo updated, so, no HWinfo screenshot, unfortunately.



What do you think?

why does it show encoding 49 secs to complete? 98 seconds here

my version is 2.41 takes longer to complete try the older version and see if still good?

if so just use it day to day and it should be stable

smile.gif
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why does it show encoding 49 secs to complete? 98 seconds here

my version is 2.41 takes longer to complete try the older version and see if still good?

if so just use it day to day and it should be stable

smile.gif

Sure, if I could find that version...
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which version of prime 95? small fft or blend?

I'm using 28.9 and doing the custom tests with 90% ram used. It's what I tested my 2500k and 3770k and I have never seen a bluescreen on those once. The custom test just finds errors too slowly for me.
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Originally Posted by Asus11 View Post

why does it show encoding 49 secs to complete? 98 seconds here

my version is 2.41 takes longer to complete try the older version and see if still good?

if so just use it day to day and it should be stable

smile.gif
I used to do this to get a rough guestimate on how stable my tests are.. I just did this at 4.9Ghz @1.395 volts*bios and it passed with temps of 61c now my question is this, is this a decent chip.

Also on another note, Flck or what ever it is, on my board it's 800Mhz default, I see guides use 1Ghz, is this the preferred setting?
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I'm using 28.9 and doing the custom tests with 90% ram used. It's what I tested my 2500k and 3770k and I have never seen a bluescreen on those once. The custom test just finds errors too slowly for me.

Yeah i use small fft error will show up quickly and so is heat:)
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Do you think that ASUS Z170-A will OC memory to 4000Mhz
I am deciding between G.Skill Trident Z 3200Mhz CL16 and G.Skill Trident Z 3600Mhz CL17. This 2 model really garranty 4000Mhz @ 1.55V for 3200 kit and 1.45V for 3600 kit on M8H.
If my M/B overclock ram well I will get the 3600 kit. If it doesn't I will get the 3200 kit.
My Ripjaws 4 3000Mhz is a poor overclocker. It will not get past 3333Mhz with stability. Probably because it's early DDR4 RAM.

Sorry for my bad English.
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