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Thanks again. Some more question what is max safe VCCSA for short benching. I need VCCSA boot voltage at 1.35V (actually 1.4V as show in AI Suite) just to boot at 3825Mhz. Look like a good core OC but poor IMC.
yeah, not a simple answer... for short benching, 1.35V is useable, but I wouldn't hold one of these low bin chips at that voltage for 24/7. and it very common for the OC on these non-K unlocks to be limited by the cache since they cannot be unsynched.
then again... this is Overclock.net, not SafeVoltage.net. wink.gif
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4.6 ghz stable at 1.35v in UEFI... temps are not the best tho 80 degrees. But im using a 1st gen H110 cooler. Might try get a kraken x61

What volt should i try to get 4.7 ghz ?

Try 1.38v ? Or go straight to 1.4v and reduce / use adaptive mode from there ?
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4.6 ghz stable at 1.35v in UEFI... temps are not the best tho 80 degrees. But im using a 1st gen H110 cooler. Might try get a kraken x61

What volt should i try to get 4.7 ghz ?

Try 1.38v ? Or go straight to 1.4v and reduce / use adaptive mode from there ?
You are likely reaching the point where you will need to go to 1.4V to get 4.7 stable. I say keep it on manual use 1.4 and test. If stable slowly reduce.


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4.6 ghz stable at 1.35v in UEFI... temps are not the best tho 80 degrees. But im using a 1st gen H110 cooler. Might try get a kraken x61

What volt should i try to get 4.7 ghz ?

Try 1.38v ? Or go straight to 1.4v and reduce / use adaptive mode from there ?

I'd try testing in increments. Like 1.36, if that doesn't work then 1.37, if that doesn't work 1.38, etc. Its what I always do for overclocking.

As for cooling, make sure the waterblock is mounted properly and try reapplying thermal paste. I think you should be getting better temps with a first gen H110.
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Hey,i overclocked 6600k at 4600 mhz and put 1.4 ghz voltage,but my voltage jumps up to 1.44 which is not good.I am testing with aida64 extreme for 20 minutes.Any help?
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Hey,i overclocked 6600k at 4600 mhz and put 1.4 ghz voltage,but my voltage jumps up to 1.44 which is not good.I am testing with aida64 extreme for 20 minutes.Any help?

set LLC to allow for vdroop under load. what MB??
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Z170 extreme3.
For now 4.7ghz 1.42v.
Which level?
1,2,3,4?
Edited by Darksides327 - 7/14/16 at 6:25pm
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4.6 ghz stable at 1.35v in UEFI... temps are not the best tho 80 degrees. But im using a 1st gen H110 cooler. Might try get a kraken x61

What volt should i try to get 4.7 ghz ?

Try 1.38v ? Or go straight to 1.4v and reduce / use adaptive mode from there ?

I would figure out the high temp problem first. I've got an OG H110 with low rpm Phantecs fans and I would think 65-70 is where I'd be at 1.35v. Not sure if you are or how you feel about delidding, but since you seem to want to keep going faster says to me it's the best option. First I'd check the cpu block and make sure its mounted well and has good contact. Also if the h110 is older or a refurb listen to the pump and make sure it sounds like its pumping only water. I've had to add fluid to mine over time and found if you hear a whooshing sound top it up. its pretty simple to remove the cover from block/pump, just press in on the 3 indents on cover equally spaced 120° apart (3x120=360). after that you need to remove plastic peice thats inbetween the hoses at the pump by lifting up. This will unlock the hose barbs from the block, there are arrows showing flow direction..

If you delid and use Coolab Liquid Ultra one die/underside of ihs and decent paste like mx4, pk1-2-3, Noctua nht1, Gelid or TGrizz on top temps will be far lower. I have a feeling it's not your mount thats killing you, but rather too much glue from Intel and crappy paste job on die. Do all this and I would not be surprised to see 4.8g under 1.4v with max temps for daily use in the low 60's
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Z170 extreme3.
For now 4.7ghz 1.42v.
Which level?
1,2,3,4?

ASRock? if so try 2 first
post #8060 of 11368
Can anybody text me please?still same,just now it is 1.56v
Edit:level 3 1.424-1.440v
Edited by Darksides327 - 7/14/16 at 6:41pm
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