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Do I click yes or no for this? Never seen this function before and some people used yes and no

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Originally Posted by Arctucas View Post

Username: Arctucas
CPU Model: i7-6700K
Base Clock: 101.25 MHz
Core Multiplier: 47x
Core Frequency: 4758MHz
Cache Frequency: 4657MHz
VCore in UEFI: 1.355V
VCore: 1.379V
FClock: 1012MHz
Cooling Solution: Delid, reseated, Custom Loop-420mm, D5, HK 3.0
Stability Test: IBT 2.54 Maximum, 30 passes, 3 hr., 46 min.
Batch Number: X551C521 Vietnam
RAM Speed: 3645MHz, 16-16-16-36 2T
RAM Voltage: 1.38
VCCSA: 1.255
VCCIO: 1.225
Motherboard: eVGA Classified K (142-SS-E178)
LLC Settings: AUTO


Just wanted to ask if we could include temperature Delta in the stats?

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That is a very nice system.
post #8143 of 11364
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Do I click yes or no for this? Never seen this function before and some people used yes and no

either will work fine. The ASUS enhanced setting tightens up timings, some of which we do not have access to.
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I must reduce CPU from 5Ghz to 4.992Ghz since I don't want to loosening timing. CPU 5Ghz will result in 3751Mhz RAM which is not stable (can't pass Hyper PI 32M).

I will test Prime95 when I have time. biggrin.gif

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Unfortunately nothing can be read from your screenshot. Can you post it in full rez somewhere else and post a link:?
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Unfortunately nothing can be read from your screenshot. Can you post it in full rez somewhere else and post a link:?

Open the "Original"
    
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Unfortunately nothing can be read from your screenshot. Can you post it in full rez somewhere else and post a link:?

You can also right click at picture and select open link in new tab.
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Could someone give me some tips on how to OC by changing BCLK instead of just the clock multiplier?

I'm wondering what settings I need to look at aside from BCLK and what to put in them.

I'm using XMP profile for my RAM but I'm not sure if I should be doing that since changing the bclk will make the RAM run even faster than already 3000mhz via XMP

Rig is in my sig,

Thanks.

Halp? Anyone? smile.gif
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Halp? Anyone? smile.gif

You can lower memory multiplier. For example BCLK 102.3 with memory multiplier 29.33 will give you 3000Mhz memory.
If you set your BCLK 150 and don't touch memory multiplier that will result in 4400Mhz memory which is almost impossible. Lower it to 20 and you will get 3000Mhz again.

OC BCLK under 170Mhz shouldn't require any adjust except Vcore.
post #8150 of 11364
So I am kinda new to OC'ing, and I am now OC'ing my 6700K. I have 4.5 @ 1.35V and now half an hour into the X264 test my max temp is 85 is this ok or waay too hot? Thanks
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