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I get 1074 CPU score @ 4830 in R15, so, that is about right.
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What program is that?.

AIDA64.
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1. Motherboard: MSI Z170 Krait Gaming
2. CPU: i5 6600K
3. CPU Freq: 4.8ghz
4. CPU VCore: 1.37v
5. Memory: Corsair 16GB 3200mhz
6. Cooling: Corsair H105 + SP120 fans(2 push, 1 pull) 700-800rpm
7. Temp Idle: 21deg
8. Temp load: 47deg

Completely new to the PC game and even more so OC'n but i ran AIDA64 for 10min no dramas and about 3-4hours of gaming, does this mean i also won the silicon lottery lol?

running at these settings 24/7, i'll upload some pics if anyone wants
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Originally Posted by UNDR8D View Post

1. Motherboard: MSI Z170 Krait Gaming
2. CPU: i5 6600K
3. CPU Freq: 4.8ghz
4. CPU VCore: 1.37v
5. Memory: Corsair 16GB 3200mhz
6. Cooling: Corsair H105 + SP120 fans(2 push, 1 pull) 700-800rpm
7. Temp Idle: 21deg
8. Temp load: 47deg

Completely new to the PC game and even more so OC'n but i ran AIDA64 for 10min no dramas and about 3-4hours of gaming, does this mean i also won the silicon lottery lol?

running at these settings 24/7, i'll upload some pics if anyone wants

You'll need to follow the format for having your info added to the official spreadsheet. You can find it in the first post.

I'd say you have a fantastic chip though if it's stable. I haven't posted mine yet but got 4.7ghz stable @ 1.405 vcore. Thank goodness for custom loop reaching 64 celsius tops at 100% or I'd tone it down.
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If I remember correctly my 4820k scored about that n I was running dual channel on quad channel platform so probably about right... Clock for clock skylake slaughters my ivy 3770k tho. Both at 4.5ghz in firestrike performance preset my 3770k scored like high 11xxx and my 6700k is over 14xxx. This is physics score not overall score. People keep talking about overall score n saying it's not much of an upgrade. Overall score means nothing on same graphics setup but different platform. Especially going from i7 to i7.

Yes about same score as you in firestrike for me with my old 3770k 4.5Ghz delided.
I agree, overall score is not important only the physics.
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I don't think 10 minutes if AIDA64 is enough. My stress testing involves x264 over night and I'm going to look to do OCCT over night too. Although I've only tested my 4.6 GHz in about 1 hour of OCCT and x264 over night (about 10 hours). Gonna try for 4.7 GHz today and hopefully test OCCT over night.
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yer i'll have a further look into it then

is it really necessary to stress test for so long? honest question as i thought the cpu would ever see full 100% load for a few seconds let alone 10mins

in saying that it was on 1.42v day one and i did fall asleep mid test(night shift worker) and woke up a good 4hours later in panic only to see the test still strolling along, i only dropped it to 1.37 this morning after doing a bit of reading up honestly didnt think it would go that low
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What program is that?

When I'm using OCCT I do get peaks into the 90's with a 1.4v core and the same cooler. When gaming and using all 4 cores it stays in the 60's.

I think it's down to there being too much of a gap between the core and IHS. Not enough of the heat is able to pass effectively enough to the DH15 for it to be able to do its job properly. Looking forward to de-lidding mine.

Its AIDA64 benchmark.
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1. Motherbord: Asus z170 pro gaming
2. CPU: i7 6700K
3. Mem: Corsair 16GB 2666mhz cl16
3. Cooling: Noctua NH-D14
4. Freq: 4.6ghz
5. VCore: 1,24 LLC level 5

Batch#: X603C865 Made in Vietnam

I can run it with 1.25v LLC level 5 at 4.7Ghz, benchmark stable. I think i can get 1h in Realbech with 1.27v.
I got it to boot into Windows and validated with CPU-Z at 4.8GHz at 1.25v -> http://valid.x86.fr/3ykpt7

I only run with 8GB in Realbench maybe i should have run with 16GB, i don't know if that makes a differens?
(vcore 95% under test was at 1.248, 1.264 5%)
Namnl_s.pngupload imagem


Here is a test with 1.25v, 4.7GHz
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Thats a crazy low Vcore for 4.7Ghz must be able to push 5.0Ghz if you can keep the temperatures down


I was happy with the 4.6GHz but i may go a little higher, it looks like a better then average chip?
post #8560 of 11359
ok yup so just read the guidelines...my bad everyone i'll be back with the proper testing required
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