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Thanks,

I have some settings on Auto. Will try them out later on today.

Cheers
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austinmrs did you ever try to get some more speed out of the cache? You might be able to get the cache faster without more / little more voltage. If you can get more with no more vcore/cache voltage then it's just free. smile.gif
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Hi guys,

Is there a need for a fan blowing to the VRM area on Z170 mobos when OC'd to 4.7-4.8GHz, like on AMD 8 core overclocks?
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austinmrs did you ever try to get some more speed out of the cache? You might be able to get the cache faster without more / little more voltage. If you can get more with no more vcore/cache voltage then it's just free. smile.gif

I have it on 42, should i just go for 46 and try it out?

Also, should i have the min and the max cache at the same value?

Edit: i just went for 42 on the cache because i saw on the google statics sheet that most people use cache a bit lower then the core frequency
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Has anyone seen anything like this? Or, what is this?

It's supposed to be a 6700K...


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I have it on 42, should i just go for 46 and try it out?

Also, should i have the min and the max cache at the same value?

Edit: i just went for 42 on the cache because i saw on the google statics sheet that most people use cache a bit lower then the core frequency
Sure , go for 46....it might work without more voltage, you don't know until you try. wink.gif
No need for same value min/max. I leave the min on Auto.
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Has anyone seen anything like this? Or, what is this?

It's supposed to be a 6700K...


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Has anyone seen anything like this? Or, what is this?

It's supposed to be a 6700K...


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That looks like an engineering sample, like what they often send to reviewers. I don't know how you can verify what model though other than installing & testing it.
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Sure , go for 46....it might work without more voltage, you don't know until you try. wink.gif
No need for same value min/max. I leave the min on Auto.

Set min to Auto, and Max to 46, will test and report back.

Also, on bios i have voltage on Adaptive with 1.31, + offset on Auto.

But when stress testing my voltages goes to 1.344. I have LLC on level 5 on my Maximus VIII Hero. Should i go for Level 6 so the voltage is closer to what i set in bios?

Or its not really worthed since im stable?
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Set min to Auto, and Max to 46, will test and report back.

Also, on bios i have voltage on Adaptive with 1.31, + offset on Auto.

But when stress testing my voltages goes to 1.344. I have LLC on level 5 on my Maximus VIII Hero. Should i go for Level 6 so the voltage is closer to what i set in bios?

Or its not really worthed since im stable?
Well if it needs 1.344 then that is what it needs. You can try lowering the LLC, which should lower the max vcore under load, and see if it still passes the stress tests. If not then you can leave it like it is, raise vcore/lower LLC or whatever combo gets the cpu the lowest needed voltage.
For my cpu I use LLC 3 or 4 and it works out....others need/want higher LLC for their settings.
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