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Oh add me please. tongue.gif

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JK here is my real submission a few post's back http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/8250_50#post_25399390
I have no doubt you will be added, but you may need to just be patient. The OP seems to be dealing with something, & it may take a while to actually update things. I think there was a delay of a few months last time the list was updated. The OP does seem to be good about going through the posts & adding everybody, so don't worry if it doesn't happen immediately.
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It seems I have found my spot for where I cant go lower in voltage on my 4.6Ghz OC.

4.6Ghz @ 1.37v - LLC 5 - No XMP - Ring @ 4.1Ghz (it was on auto for some reason, have been running it on max 4.0 before.)
This crashed after 9 loops (about 1 hour)..

I checked the bsod minidump file with BluwScreenView, Bug check code: 0x00000101
Attached the minidump in a zip file if someone wants to take a look at it.

I guess at this point I'm going to try with the ring, get that higher then 4.0Ghz. Activate XMP to see if it runs. Or does anyone have some other advice? smile.gif


080516-5140-01.zip 46k .zip file
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Originally Posted by Mjolken View Post

It seems I have found my spot for where I cant go lower in voltage on my 4.6Ghz OC.

4.6Ghz @ 1.37v - LLC 5 - No XMP - Ring @ 4.1Ghz (it was on auto for some reason, have been running it on max 4.0 before.)
This crashed after 9 loops (about 1 hour)..

I checked the bsod minidump file with BluwScreenView, Bug check code: 0x00000101
Attached the minidump in a zip file if someone wants to take a look at it.

I guess at this point I'm going to try with the ring, get that higher then 4.0Ghz. Activate XMP to see if it runs. Or does anyone have some other advice? smile.gif


080516-5140-01.zip 46k .zip file

From my experience, 0x101 means more VCore is needed. Sometimes very little.
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post #8314 of 11364
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Is the Z170+K cpu combo able to adjust core and cache voltage independently?
not on any z170 board I've got.
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Originally Posted by alphadecay View Post

Yep. Cache voltage can be set as either auto or manual.

Usually its directly under the field for the cache ratio.
Really? Which z170 board has separate voltage rails for core and cache??
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

not on any z170 board I've got.
Really? Which z170 board has separate voltage rails for core and cache??

so if you add 25mv to core boost offset you also apply 25mv to cache boost offset?
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post #8316 of 11364
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so if you add 25mv to core boost offset you also apply 25mv to cache boost offset?

Core voltage is also cache/uncore voltage
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Username: d13mass
CPU Model: 6700K
Base Clock: 100Mhz
Core Multiplier: 45
Core Frequency: 4,5GHz
Cache Frequency: 4,1GHz
Vcore in UEFI: 1,380V
Vcore: 1,360 - 1,400 V (1.36 under Load, 1.400 without Load)
FCLK: 1000MHz
Cooling Solution: Noctua NH-D14
Stability Test: Custom x264, 16 threads, normal, infinite loops - 11 hours
Batch Number: L531B269
Ram Speed: 2800 16-16-16-37
Ram Voltage: 1,2V
Motherboard: MSI Z170A Gaming M5
LLC Setting: MSI doesn`t have this setting
Misc Comments: All setup in motherboard is Auto, because when I change any parameters - I see BSOD mad.gif It`s my 24/7 profile, the same for 4600 Mhz, but voltage will be 1.44 V.



I have tried to run LinX with 14000 task and 20 steps, but I got BSOD after 4 steps biggrin.gif I suppose it`s not bad, because I don`t have load like doing Linx.

Need to test Prime tomorrow...
Edited by D13mass - 8/6/16 at 2:25am
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Username: d13mass

LLC Setting: MSI doesn`t have this setting

Misc Comments: All setup in motherboard is Auto, because when I change any parameters - I see BSOD mad.gif It`s my 24/7 profile, the same for 4600 Mhz, but voltage will be 1.44 V.
"LLC Setting: MSI doesn`t have this setting"
If you use the Advanced bios, (which is best for overclocking and fine tuning) There should be an area called "DigitALL Power". I could be mistaken but your board does have MSI's OC Essentials with ISL 6388 digitall power ic, OC Engine 2 IC from IDT and Titanium chockes with 6 True phase VRM, doubled to 12 so it's a lot better than some of their other offerings.

Also you are saying "All setup in motherboard is Auto", what does this mean. All bios settings such as V Core are set to auto ? If so this would explain why your board is running so ineffeciently. We know there is always a silicon lottery, but 6700k Skylake cpu's were made to be as consistant as possible and designed to have uncore close to 1/1 ratio with core. While a perfectly even ratio should'nt be expected I would imagine something like 4500/4400MHz should be fairly simple using slighly higher than VID cpu voltage

If you would like me to help you sometime drop me a PM, I can all but guarentee you could be running 4600/4400 at lower volts than you are using now. . . and I'm guessing you could have your ram at 3000MHz with tighter timings with little to no v dram bump or higher with a totally safe 1.35v dram voltage
post #8319 of 11364
I don`t see any "DigitALL Power" settings on my motherboard






post #8320 of 11364
Hey guys. What could be a reason for getting random BSODs on light/medium load on Adaptive / Offset settings?

I'm just a beginner in overlooking and followed this guide. I got a stable 4.3 @ 1.25 on my 6600k on override settings with all power savings stuff off. Now I'm trying to take advantage of EIST, CStates and the likes, they are fine when on load but I noticed that when coming off from a long IDLE state then doing some light / medium task, I would sometimes get a random x101 BSOD
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