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Are you totally sure about that? I'm using mx-2 for years on multiple GPUs and CPUs, on my old, delidded ghraphic card (gtx 570) I had it between die and radiator (without heatspreader) and it worked perfectly.

Liquid metal is conductive. Won't it break something on die?

Also which one liquids metal could you recommend (performance and application)? Coollaboratory Liquid Pro should be fine? Not all are avaible in my area.

edit: Liquid Pro shouldn't be used on glin. Isn't die/heatspreader made from it? It looks that.
edit2: one guy here also applying mx-2 on die: (15:50): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXs0I5kuoX4

I tried MX paste when delidding, and temperatures didn't change. With liquid ultra, 15C drop. I promise you, you'll see much better results with a liquid metal. Most everyone uses CLU when delidding.
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Gelid is good compound too, and non conductive and easy to clean up. may be another option for you.

One other thing, is its possible your pump isnt working great on your cooler. if you can try a different cooler might be worth it to see if you see a difference.

with pumps, the water that gets warm, has to be pumped away, and new cooler water must take its place, if the pump is struggling, maybe that could be the cause? If you have the pump plugged into a fan header on your motherboard, make sure in the bios, you have that fan header set to FULL SPEED, and not normal / or temp based, cause maybe it will cut power to your pump?

i had an issue where my pump wasnt pumping at all, and my temps would start low, and slowly work their way up to 100c ouch!
post #8273 of 11361
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Originally Posted by Xenozx View Post

I have a gigabyte board, not a asus like most of you.

when I set the VCORE in bios to 1.40, i will see 1.386 in CPU-Z. When I look at hardwareinfo64 or coretemp, i see VID and its way lower than 1.40, hell right now, vid is at like a 1.25.


is VID the true vcore, or am i looking in the wrong spor in hardwareinfo64?

anyone have a answer to this?
post #8274 of 11361
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Originally Posted by Yuhfhrh View Post

I tried MX paste when delidding, and temperatures didn't change. With liquid ultra, 15C drop. I promise you, you'll see much better results with a liquid metal. Most everyone uses CLU when delidding.

I will give it a chance as you say. I'll order CLU. I hope you've right smile.gif
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Gelid is good compound too, and non conductive and easy to clean up. may be another option for you.

One other thing, is its possible your pump isnt working great on your cooler. if you can try a different cooler might be worth it to see if you see a difference.

with pumps, the water that gets warm, has to be pumped away, and new cooler water must take its place, if the pump is struggling, maybe that could be the cause? If you have the pump plugged into a fan header on your motherboard, make sure in the bios, you have that fan header set to FULL SPEED, and not normal / or temp based, cause maybe it will cut power to your pump?

i had an issue where my pump wasnt pumping at all, and my temps would start low, and slowly work their way up to 100c ouch!

It should work good because it's closed LC (Kraken X61) and pumps, cooler, EK etc. is together.
I've options to change the fans speed (and thanks to them pump speed) but they're really noise (need to change them in the future). For testing I set them FULL SPEED, I felt in my hand the liquid in pipes but temps still were bad.... As I said above - I'll try with liquid metal.
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Originally Posted by Xenozx View Post

I have a gigabyte board, not a asus like most of you.

when I set the VCORE in bios to 1.40, i will see 1.386 in CPU-Z. When I look at hardwareinfo64 or coretemp, i see VID and its way lower than 1.40, hell right now, vid is at like a 1.25.


is VID the true vcore, or am i looking in the wrong spor in hardwareinfo64?

Vcore in system is usally different than this which you set in BIOS/UEFI because of power savings on idle, vdrop when load (when you stress your processor, the delivered voltage lowers. There is "a thing" called LLC which triees to prevent) or other things.

VID voltage isn't your Vcore voltage.
Vcore - current voltage which uses your processor.
VID - voltage which your processor "wants" (often too high, but could be lower) and then can be changed due to C1E, c-states, vdrop etc. to your vcore. AFAIK: vcore ≈ VID+-offset (when in adaptive mode). On net there should be more precisely answers for it smile.gif

To be honest, before on cpu-z I had "Vcore voltage" and it had shown me that. After installing latest UEFI I've "Core VID" so now I can only approximate my current voltage.
post #8275 of 11361
Hello,i would like to buy skylake 6500 cpu and msi h110pro mini atx board.Can i overclock with this set up?
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post #8276 of 11361
Guys im at 4,7GHZ @ 1,3V with my i5 6600k

I did x264 stresstest as this guide suggests and it stopped at loop 11. It didnt finish this loop and said that the program stopped responding. when i clicked it away, it resumed the next loop.

Does this mean i faileD?
post #8277 of 11361
Hello

I have the following equipment:

i7 6700k stock 4.0
DDR4 crucial to 2400
Z170 gaming motherboard msi m3
aerocool strike power 800w

By default vcore I was my automatic in 1.304
I have downloaded the vcore 1.150
Turbo boost disabled

At the moment it is stable.

I do not want to oc, just lower the temperature.

You can improve 1,150 or more can be dangerous down the core?

The temperature I have now is 25-27 in the cores

I hope your opinion
The vcore 1.150 is a good result for stock i7 6700k 4.0?
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post #8278 of 11361
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Originally Posted by Mceada38 View Post

Hello

I have the following equipment:

i7 6700k stock 4.0
DDR4 crucial to 2400
Z170 gaming motherboard msi m3
aerocool strike power 800w

By default vcore I was my automatic in 1.304
I have downloaded the vcore 1.150
Turbo boost disabled

At the moment it is stable.

I do not want to oc, just lower the temperature.

You can improve 1,150 or more can be dangerous down the core?

The temperature I have now is 25-27 in the cores

I hope your opinion
The vcore 1.150 is a good result for stock i7 6700k 4.0?
There is no need to lower voltage on core below 1.3 - this should be the lowest point when using manual voltage, everything else it's not sufficient.
post #8279 of 11361
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Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

Btw, 4.1fps for 6700k at 4.6GHz feels abit low, could be its barely stable & more vcore needed.
Can you check others' results? I think people are getting around 4.5-4.6fps for 4.6GHz, but I'm not sure.
I'm getting 4.49 fps on my stable 4.6Ghz @ 1.40v with LLC 4.

As you said, I should try 1.408v in bios. Which i pretty much did, I have an stable overclock 4.6Ghz @ 1.40v with LLC 4.
So my task now is to lower the voltage with 4.6Ghz as I'm happy with that. But as fast as I use 1.39v it wont be stable as the voltage seems to be so low when under load when using LLC 4.

My question was, what can I do to continue lower the voltage? Change to another LLC level? Or just use Auto and continue to lower..
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post #8280 of 11361
Hi Guys,

I just started to experiment a little with my new 6700K and started to OC. Im using an Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Board and have one question regarding the Adaptive Voltage Mode. Is there any difference between these two settings?

Example 1: Vcore = 1.350V Offset = -0.1V
Example 2: Vcore = 1.300V Offset = -0.05V

They both show a summed up Voltage of 1.250V in Bios and i was wondering if it makes any difference how this resulting Voltage is put together.

Right now these are my settings.

BIOS:
Adaptive Volte Mode
VCore = 1.335V
Offset = -0.09V
Resulting Voltage = 1.245V
LLC = 4

HwInfo:



Not really sure if this is a good result for 4,4Ghz or if it might be a dud. I probably wont go any higher than this because i already reach 70°C on load.
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