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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

the 6700k supposedly safe up to 100C however I would double check your CPU cooler. What kind of cooler are you using? Make sure it is seated properly with proper amount of thermal paste.
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the 6700k supposedly safe up to 100C however I would double check your CPU cooler. What kind of cooler are you using? Make sure it is seated properly with proper amount of thermal paste.
I am using a corsair H100i gtx, with the stock thermal paste and it is seated correct. I do know CPU's are safe to 100 degrees but I do find that 85 is a lot with a liquid cooler
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woops double posted.

I'm running a Corsair H100i V2 with my 6700k and with the stock thermal paste at 4.8ghz 1.35v in UEFI my cpu did hit 85C for a second a few time during a 30 min Aida64 full stress test. However I just changed the thermal out with Gelid GC-Extreme and that improved it quite a bit. My max temp after 30 min was 81C however it took 30 min for the CPU to actually start spiking to that temperature. It mostly ran around 55-60C with some random spike to 70s.
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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

85c @ 4.5 is hot, especially since you are water cooling!!! You should lower your v-core...

I'd start at 1.3v and if it passes, take the v-ore down to 1.290, test it and do likewise...

What is your LLC set at? Where are your Cache settings at?

Read the opening page
> http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/0_30
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85c @ 4.5 is hot, especially since you are water cooling!!! You should lower your v-core...

I'd start at 1.3v and if it passes, take the v-ore down to 1.290, test it and do likewise...

What is your LLC set at? Where are your Cache settings at?

Read the opening page
> http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/0_30

Well I am now at 4.6, according to realtemp the temps are currently 79, 80, 77 and 79 with max 83 at 1.35V, If I go lower it crashes or freezes so..
Sorry for the questions but what is LLC? and I did not change cache settings. I resetted the bios to stock before OC'ing so everything is stock.
I am using 2 corsair SP120 fans at 1000rpm on my h100i
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I am using a corsair H100i gtx, with the stock thermal paste and it is seated correct. I do know CPU's are safe to 100 degrees but I do find that 85 is a lot with a liquid cooler
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Well I am now at 4.6, according to realtemp the temps are currently 79, 80, 77 and 79 with max 83 at 1.35V, If I go lower it crashes or freezes so..
Sorry for the questions but what is LLC? and I did not change cache settings. I resetted the bios to stock before OC'ing so everything is stock.
I am using 2 corsair SP120 fans at 1000rpm on my h100i

LLC = Load line calibration. It's a feature that prevent vdroop (drop in voltage). Different level of LLC setting will have affect on how aggressive your mobo adjust the voltage for your CPU. I'm using LLC Level 5 with my Asus ROG. 1.35V is not a very high voltage at all in OC. Perhaps the cpu has bad TIM in the die?
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I was getting mid-80°C in IBT, Maximum setting, at 4.7GHz, 1.35 VCore.

Then I de-lidded, replaced the dried out OEM TIM with Conductonaut; now at 4.75 GHz, 1.355 VCore max temp is 64°C.
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I was getting mid-80°C in IBT, Maximum setting, at 4.7GHz, 1.35 VCore.

Then I de-lidded, replaced the dried out OEM TIM with Conductonaut; now at 4.75 GHz, 1.355 VCore max temp is 64°C.

Very nice. I will get my delid soon. Did you do it yourself?
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Yes, I bought the Rockit 88 de-lid/re-lid tool.

Could not have been easier. The hardest part was getting all the factory silicone sealant off the wafer and IHS.
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LLC = Load line calibration. It's a feature that prevent vdroop (drop in voltage). Different level of LLC setting will have affect on how aggressive your mobo adjust the voltage for your CPU. I'm using LLC Level 5 with my Asus ROG. 1.35V is not a very high voltage at all in OC. Perhaps the cpu has bad TIM in the die?
Well now I am running back at stock speeds and 2min in temps are again back at high 70s - mid 80s...
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