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I5 6600k
Gtx 1070 g1
16 gb ddr4 2133mhz
G750h 750w gold
Lc cc 120 mm
Asrock z170 extreme3
So i can hold 4.7 ghz 1.456 for daily use?
Can you run at 1.45V and it be safe...sure. What really matters are your core temperatures when load is applied to the chip. What temperatures are you seeing at that load?

Most likely under air cooling it's best to reduce the core speed to 4.6 which should decrease your required voltage to around 1.4ish (this is a guess) which will help keep temps low and ensure that you are not damaging the chip in anyway. The difference between 4.6 and 4.7 in real world usage will likely go unnoticed for most people.


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69-71 c at 1.435 in bios.
At the most part under 70 c
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69-71 c at 1.435 in bios.
At the most part under 70 c
69-70C running what test exactly. In order for us to help you you need to be as detailed as possible.


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Aida64 extreme
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I do not think Aida will give you stability... neither will x264 imho... OCCT + GSAT + RB is a nice combo. OCCT to quickly establish if there is life in your new settings 1h is enough for initial confirmation. 2h is what you are really after. GSAT over night, RB over night. and once all of this is stable 4-5h of OCCT to finish it off.

OCCT will be the hottest of the bunch and will quickly tell you if your vcore is sufficient. Also obviously you have hit a wall at 4.7... you need 1.435 for 4.7 when probably you can get away with 1.36 for 4.6. I think the choice should be obvious. That is my view on the subject anyway,

EDIT:

You can be "stable" with things like x264 but lack of vcore is obvious even in a way Windows is operating. The way the windows are moving, apps opening and so on.

Once the truly sufficient and stable vcore is reached you gain fluidity of widnows operation as you would be at stock speeds haha... it was always easy for me to spot do not know how many other people can see this. Unstable OC always produce kind of jerky at the very fine low level OS operation... so unstable high OC gives worse experience on desktop (snappiniest suffers) then stock speeds and it can be easily noticed. x264 will produce OC like this as it validates insufficient vcore. Anyway x264 stable vcore usually fails OCCT in minutes and in 99% not longer then in 2h while I can run days of x264 without a problem...

Actually all my final settings are fine tuned by eye by watching how OS behaves and responds to inputs. I establish as above stable vcore and then I add more vcore and watch if I am still gaining in fludity of OS operation. Sometimes I do gain and then I leave higher vcore then stable according to OCCT, GSAT, RB (then I retest to make sure it is still stable with higher vcore) sometimes I do not gain anything by raising vcore over minimal stable OCCT, GSAT, RB so I reduce it back to what was the stable confirmed by burn-in software. With 6700k I did not have to add on top of tests... I had to with q9550@4ghz and with Opteron 165 before that... but back then different tests combination was available, not as comprehensive. Prime is not as good as OCCT, MemTest86+ nowhere near the GSAT and there was nothing like RB smile.gif

Cheers.
Edited by sebna - 7/15/16 at 11:39am
post #8086 of 11364
Hello guys, i have this specs:

i5 6600k
asus maximus viii hero
2 x 4 Gskill 2133mhz ddr4
Corsair 110i GT with 2 x Noctua nf A14flx monted on the front of a Fractal Arc Midi Tower - intake
Then i have 1 NF A14 Flx mounted on the bottom on the case - intake
And 1 NF A14Flx mounted as exhaust on the back of the case.

I've managed to push my cpu to 4.5Ghz. Real Bench tested passed.

Here are some screenshots:






Is this good enough? Or should i tweak something in the bios?

Also, is my fan setup correct? Or should i change the radiator to the top of the case? I've had it in the top of the case, pulling air out, with 2 intake on the front, and 1 exhaust on the back, but like this i would have negative pressure on the case.

Right now i know i have positive, because i only have 1 exhaust on the back, then 1 intake in the bottom, and the radiator on the front with 2 intake fans too.

Thanks guys

EDIT: I lowered my manual voltage to 1.3, and i still passed on real bench test. Should i try to go even lower or is this good? When stress testing my Cpu Vcore on HwMonitor is showing 1.344. Is that too high?

Also, after i find the lowest i can go on voltage, should i switch to offset mode?
Edited by austinmrs - 7/15/16 at 12:16pm
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Originally Posted by Darksides327 View Post

Auto,did not touch that.
I5 6600k
Gtx 1070 g1
16 gb ddr4 2133mhz
G750h 750w gold
Lc cc 120 mm
Asrock z170 extreme3
So i can hold 4.7 ghz 1.456 for daily use?

I do.. running 1.488V 24/7 on a 6700K and 1.475 24/7 on a 6600K. Main thing is to keep the temps under 80C.
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What clocks on 6700 with this vcore?
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Quick Question:
I am a nooby in Overclocking soo...
Got my intel i5 6600k and was able to OC it to 4.5GHz, 1.28V
Here is the question: Prime95 27.9 runs fine for hours, but 28.9 is simply too much, i need to give the cpu more V ... Is Prime95 28.9 Blend a realistic scenario? I am just using the PC to play games, i am not rendering anything or highly using the CPU (just playing games 1080p)

Is it fine the way it is?
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Originally Posted by ggcbyom View Post

Quick Question:
I am a nooby in Overclocking soo...
Got my intel i5 6600k and was able to OC it to 4.5GHz, 1.28V
Here is the question: Prime95 27.9 runs fine for hours, but 28.9 is simply too much, i need to give the cpu more V ... Is Prime95 28.9 Blend a realistic scenario? I am just using the PC to play games, i am not rendering anything or highly using the CPU (just playing games 1080p)

Is it fine the way it is?
Many people that have sufficient cooling run the core volts upwards to 1.4V. You have plenty of room to increase the core more to OC the chip further. With that said I typically do not run any version of prime since all versions yield an unrealistic load on the CPU. I use a combination of real bench and OCCT. It is plenty for stress testing realistic loads on the chip.


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