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Originally Posted by pepi93 View Post

Well I'll be damned! You did it coach!

Thanks so much!

Showing a 4.5ghz at 0.8-0.9VCore
Great! Should be able to get the idle vcore even lower, if you want. Here's my C state settings on my hero:
CPU C3 Report [Enabled]
CPU C6 Report [Enabled]
CPU C7 Report [CPU C7s]
CPU C8 Report [Enabled]
Package C State limit [Enabled]
post #7982 of 11361
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

Great! Should be able to get the idle vcore even lower, if you want. Here's my C state settings on my hero:
CPU C3 Report [Enabled]
CPU C6 Report [Enabled]
CPU C7 Report [CPU C7s]
CPU C8 Report [Enabled]
Package C State limit [Enabled]

How do you get the idle vcore even lower? I'm at 0.8 steady when idle
post #7983 of 11361
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Originally Posted by pepi93 View Post

How do you get the idle vcore even lower? I'm at 0.8 steady when idle
Did you set the Package C state to "Enabled" instead of Auto?
Here, I missed a few in the other posting, but I think you must have them set already:
CPU C states [Enabled]
Enhanced C-states [Enabled]
CPU C3 Report [Enabled]
CPU C6 Report [Enabled]
CPU C7 Report [CPU C7s]
CPU C8 Report [Enabled]
Package C State limit [Enabled]
Edited by mandrix - 7/5/16 at 4:24pm
post #7984 of 11361
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

Did you set the Package C state to "Enabled" instead of Auto?
Here, I missed a few in the other posting, but I think you must have them set already:
CPU C states [Enabled]
Enhanced C-states [Enabled]
CPU C3 Report [Enabled]
CPU C6 Report [Enabled]
CPU C7 Report [CPU C7s]
CPU C8 Report [Enabled]
Package C State limit [Enabled]

Great! Thanks so much!
post #7985 of 11361
Username: QuantumX
CPU Model: i7-6700K
Base Clock: 100MHz
Core Multiplier: 49
Core Frequency: 4900MHz
Cache Frequency: 4500MHz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.385v
Vcore: 1.386v (on voltmeter)
FCLK: 1000MHz
Cooling Solution: Delidded. Corsair H80 with single SP120 fan
Stability Test: x264 16T 7hours
Batch Number: X602C027 Vietnam
Ram Speed: 3200MHz 15-15-15-45
Ram Voltage: 1.29v
SA Voltage: 1.03v
IO Voltage: 1.09v
Motherboard: MSI Z170A XPOWER Titanium Edition
LLC Setting: Mode 2
Misc Comments: N/A

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post #7986 of 11361
That is good to know. I did not think it will throttle down like this with adaptive that only offset allows for it.

Will be trying it out once I stabilize everything.
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Originally Posted by pepi93 View Post

That didn't work, all it did was spike my voltage to 1.6.

It seems the only way for the cpu to throttle down is to not use manual voltage settings and also to use balanced power mode in windows.

As soon as I applied any manual overclock, regardless of whether I was in balanced or high performace mode in windows, the CPU would just not throttle down.

The most I was able to achieve is a clock throttle down but never a voltage...

I guess this function is in fact broken. Hopefully ASUS fixes it.

Thank you for your efforts.

4.5 ghz at 1.24V isn't bad and my temps are good, 30 idle (summer here now) and under 50 most of the time when gaming...Witcher 3 is more demanding than Tomb Raider (new one)

I don't see how that's possible with LLC 5. You might need to RMA that board.

Something is wrong with adaptive on the hero board. I experience something similar to what he is seeing. Currently with LLC5 I'm using additional turbo voltage of 1.375 with an offset of +0.002V to achieve a load voltage of 1.404V. If I set it to 1.38 and add .02V voltage the chip sees is around 1.5+. I'm not sure why it's happening but I've used the above as a work around and seems to work fine just have to play around in bios to find what voltage combo will give you the voltage you need.


Always destroying exergy
post #7988 of 11361
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Originally Posted by Kuds View Post

Thanks for the reply, I've gone ahead and reset the cmos and left everything at default. Now the only error that's showing is a memory error:
*edit* - another processor error showed up after a while
A corrected hardware error has occurred.
Component: Memory
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
I wasn't able to test each stick of ram as I'd have to remove the noctua fans and seems a bit of a hassle. Is it safe to say the RAM is the culprit? They are - G.Skill Ripjaws V F4-3200C16D-16GVKB, which were on the motherboard QVL
I had my local store put together the PC so it should be under warranty, though I'm unsure if the error would qualify for a replacement.
Sorry for not responding.. Holiday here. Unfortunately you're gonna need to check each ram stick. The result you got at stock/default is pretty clear. Visually check that they are fully inserted (lock tabs fully up), AND that the cooler is not touching the metal heat sinks.
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Originally Posted by Enterprise24 View Post

The ASUS Z170-A work with my RAM at 3600Mhz now I just push more to 3733Mhz.
3866Mhz is no boot. I will try again.
TRDWR_sg TRDWR_dg and TRDWR_dr + TRDWR_dd . When going higher than 3600 these need to be set on same level as CAS value otherwise board will give you a 55 POST CODE.
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Originally Posted by pepi93 View Post

I simply followed guides which said to put the voltage your system is stable at with your desired OC into the additional turbo mode cpu voltage and increased it by 0.002 as indicated in guides.
I'm getting a bit confused now so I would simply like to ask this.
Can I somehow tweak my BIOS settings so that my CPU is not always at 1.24V @ 4.5ghz? I would like it to throttle down when it's full power is not needed, both in the core and voltage.
Thank you.
if you are still having this problem, make sure speedstep is enabled and that you have windows power plan set to balanced (min proc state = 0% or 5%). thumb.gif
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post #7989 of 11361
I have a GA-Z170XP-SLI and an i5-6600K. Right now I have vccio and vccsa both at 1.275v. In HWinfo64, it appears the vdroop is quite bad, ~1.16v under load. This BIOS set value is a little higher than the 1.25 I've seen. Does anyone think 1.275v on both will cause long term damage to the CPU or board?
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post #7990 of 11361
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I have a GA-Z170XP-SLI and an i5-6600K. Right now I have vccio and vccsa both at 1.275v. In HWinfo64, it appears the vdroop is quite bad, ~1.16v under load. This BIOS set value is a little higher than the 1.25 I've seen. Does anyone think 1.275v on both will cause long term damage to the CPU or board?

there should be zero droop on those voltage rails. try AID64 to monitor the voltages, if they still drop under load there is something wrong with the board's voltage regulation IMO.
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