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here is my CPU-Z link


http://valid.x86.fr/nc2kgl

That's all very nice... But, what did you use to test stability? What are you voltages, LLC settings, ect...

What programs, beside CPU-Z, did you use to test/monitor you OC? Is it stable, using what test, time tested, and @ what level. What monitoring software? Have a screenshot?...

A little more info, please.... proof.gifbiggrin.gif
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post #8252 of 11361
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Hi!
RAM
Maybe it`s a not 100% relevant topic, but anyway.

About DDR4.
I bought 2*8 Gb Crucial 2133 and have used it since October, but a few days ago I bought 2*8 Gb 2666 Patriot (I am QA and I need 32 Gb for Load testing and for virtual machine) but it doesn`t work together, I can use Crucial or new Patriot, I thought my bios will change frequency from 2666 to 2133 and it will be fine, but I was wrong. mad.gif

So, guys I need advice: I can return new Patriot and get something another during 14 days in my country. I see two ways:

1. Change Patriot 2666 to some 2*8 Gb 2133 (any brand) and install it together with my RAM, I will be have 32 GB, but I`m not sure about overclocking, because current Crucial correct works only with 2400 Mhz.

2. Sell current Crucial and changing Patriot to some 4*8 Gb Kit 3000 Mhz ? Or just buy the same +1 kit of Patriot memory with 2666 Mhz.
Do you do anything that actually uses more that 16GB RAM? If not, just keep your Patriot kit & sell the Crucial kit. If you really need 32GB, return the Patriot kit, sell your Crucial kit, & buy the best 2x16GB kit you can afford. You'll avoid any compatibility issues that way.
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Do you do anything that actually uses more that 16GB RAM? If not, just keep your Patriot kit & sell the Crucial kit. If you really need 32GB, return the Patriot kit, sell your Crucial kit, & buy the best 2x16GB kit you can afford. You'll avoid any compatibility issues that way.
When I last time have run Jmeter with some LoadTest in a few minutes Java took 11 Gb of Ram, so I use sometimes more than 16 Gb, but not often.
Anyway, thanks for your advice!
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hi

im still alive but barely


pls don't blow up my inbox, thz



be back soon
Yeah man, take it easy. Everyone needs a break now and then...but if you're sick or hurt then I hope you get well soon.
post #8255 of 11361
Is the spreadsheet still being updated? Here's my submission:

Username: aknanak
CPU Model: 6700k
Base Clock: 100
Core Multiplier: 47
Core Frequency: 4.7
Cache Frequency: 4.6 Auto (BIOS reads 4ghz)
Vcore in UEFI: 1.315v
Vcore: 1.296v
FCLK: 0.8
Cooling Solution: Corsair H115i
Stability Test: x264 16 threads, 50 loops (~8.5 hours)

Batch Number: Malaysia L604F380
Ram Speed: XMP 3000 15-16-16-35
Ram Voltage: 1.35v (VCCIO and System Agent AUTO)
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z170X-UD5
LLC Setting: High
Misc Comments: Idles at 1.308v, temps under x264 max out around 70C (fan speed at ~60%) so I may push further down the line. Also passed 3 runs of IBT max.

Going by the spreadsheet, it looks like I got pretty lucky with the lottery. I may push further later, but I'm happy for now.

I've attached the x264 log: x264-log_4.7_1.315v.rtf 4k .rtf file

And a screenshot of x264 running (it's the morning right now and my intake is close to the open window so temps are quite low). This screenshot isn't from my stress test session. I don't know why realtemp reports 24% load, but it's definitely at 100% according to task manager...: 4.7_1.315v.PNG 853k .PNG file

Edit: Crashes in Crysis 3 but not x264 with Cache overclock. Left it on Auto and it seems to be fine.
Edited by aknanak - 8/1/16 at 11:20am
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hi

im still alive but barely


pls don't blow up my inbox, thz



be back soon

I hope everything is all right with you and that you will feel better soon!!
    
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Why nobody uses Linpack 0.6.6.1E for search stability ?

After testing my OC with x264 a received a BSOD in 6 months later only when some application is using 10 Gb Ram, so I suppose x264 is not a good way for search stability.
post #8258 of 11361
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That's all very nice... But, what did you use to test stability? What are you voltages, LLC settings, ect...

What programs, beside CPU-Z, did you use to test/monitor you OC? Is it stable, using what test, time tested, and @ what level. What monitoring software? Have a screenshot?...

A little more info, please.... proof.gifbiggrin.gif

I can get you some screenshots as soon as I get home.

I am sending 1.450 volts to the CPU in my bios. As for my LLC in my bios it only offer standard, auto, or high. It is set to high. My chipset voltage is a 1.200 and my vccio is at 1.200 as well.

As for stabillity testing, I ran Intel burn test on very high. And the cpu was stable with temps hitting 90C under 100% load. My QPi / ring clock is set to auto, or x35

I bought this CPU from silicone lottery during a sale for $239.99 and it was guaranteed to run 4.8Ghz @ 1.428 volts. But 4.9Ghz @1.452 volts is stable as a house! My cooling is at its limits. Im working on putting together a custom loop.

I can get in to windows at 5Ghz with 1.500 volts but it is not nearly stable, as the voltage droops to 1.474v and locks. And I cannot cool it down enough to add a off set + MV in the bios.

Anyways let me know what you would like a screen shot of, thank you very much!
Edited by tps3443 - 8/1/16 at 11:58am
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hi
im still alive but barely
pls don't blow up my inbox, thz

be back soon

Damn bro, what ever the problem is, I hope you shake it off soon. thumb.gif
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That's all very nice... But, what did you use to test stability? What are you voltages, LLC settings, ect...

What programs, beside CPU-Z, did you use to test/monitor you OC? Is it stable, using what test, time tested, and @ what level. What monitoring software? Have a screenshot?...

A little more info, please.... proof.gifbiggrin.gif

I can get you some screenshots as soon as I get home.

I am sending 1.450 volts to the CPU in my bios. As for my LLC in my bios it only offer standard, auto, or high. It is set to high. My chipset voltage is a 1.200 and my vccio is at 1.200 as well.

As for stabillity testing, I ran Intel burn test on very high. And the cpu was stable with temps hitting 90C under 100% load. My QPi / ring clock is set to auto, or x35

I bought this CPU from silicone lottery during a sale for $239.99 and it was guaranteed to run 4.8Ghz @ 1.428 volts. But 4.9Ghz @1.452 volts is stable as a house! My cooling is at its limits. Im working on putting together a custom loop.

I can get in to windows at 5Ghz with 1.500 volts but it is not nearly stable, as the voltage droops to 1.474v and locks. And I cannot cool it down enough to add a off set + MV in the bios.

Anyways let me know what you would like a screen shot of, thank you very much!

Thanks for the info...

Usually, one would post a shot during the run, and at the completion of the run, showing the monitoring and stressing software used.. The time of the run (or repetitions) and at what level or settings where used...

HWiNFO, is the choice of many on OCN. Go to the opening page of this thread, there is much useful information there...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/0_30
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