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Okey.. I'm back again now. I'm going to ask this before I start, SHOULD I use adaptive voltage to be able to lower the voltage while PC is in idle? As of now when idle I'm running
at my load voltage which is 1.38v. Running voltage at full load even tho cpu is in idle seems "bad"?

What I did was I tried to use Adaptive voltage, which gave me BSOD (RQL_Less_or_not_Equal) on startup. And I dont know what to do, so I need your help.

*TLDR*

1. Should I use Adaptive voltage to get lower voltages at idle?
2. What should I do to be able to do this? (As I get BSOD if I change to Adaptive).

Some off questions..

3. CPU SVID Support, Something that should be used?
4. EPU Power Saving, What it is? And should I use?
5. Intel SpeedStep, What does it do?


If you need more info, tell me and I'll try to provide them.
// Mjolk

Added pictures of my bios now, did not take printscreens as I dont have an USB stick right now.. so used the phone! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








Post including all the info about my stable 4.6Ghz OC. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Quote:
CPU Model: i7 6700K
Base Clock: 100
Core Multiplier: 46
Core Frequency: 4.6Ghz
Cache Frequency: 4.4Ghz
Vcore in UEFI: 1.38v
Vcore: 1.384v
FCLK: 1Ghz
Cooling Solution: Noctua NH-D15
Stability Test: Custom x264, 16 threads, Infinity loops (55+ loops done, about 6+ hours).

Batch Number: Sweden. Don't have the box left.. might be cause I broke it when unpacking!
Ram Speed: 2666Mhz, 16-18-18-35 - 1.200v - DDR4. Using XMP.
Ram Voltage: 1.200v
Motherboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming
LLC Setting: LLC Level 5
Misc Comments: N/A




Thanks for the help this far. // Mjolk
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Okey.. I'm back again now. I'm going to ask this before I start, SHOULD I use adaptive voltage to be able to lower the voltage while PC is in idle? As of now when idle I'm running
at my load voltage which is 1.38v. Running voltage at full load even tho cpu is in idle seems "bad"?

What I did was I tried to use Adaptive voltage, which gave me BSOD (RQL_Less_or_not_Equal) on startup. And I dont know what to do, so I need your help.

*TLDR*

1. Should I use Adaptive voltage to get lower voltages at idle?
2. What should I do to be able to do this? (As I get BSOD if I change to Adaptive).

Some off questions..

3. CPU SVID Support, Something that should be used?
4. EPU Power Saving, What it is? And should I use?
5. Intel SpeedStep, What does it do?


If you need more info, tell me and I'll try to provide them.
// Mjolk

Added pictures of my bios now, did not take printscreens as I dont have an USB stick right now.. so used the phone! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








Post including all the info about my stable 4.6Ghz OC. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Depends how you use your rig. I only have mine running while gaming. Very minimal amount of idle so probably just going to leave mine on manual full clocks and voltage all the time. If your rig is on 24/7 then u prob want the idle to drop clocks and voltage. Were you using offset or adaptive voltage when u bsod on startup and what do you have LLC set to ?
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Is ram command rate set at 1T or 2T? I mean 16-18-18-35-1T or 16-18-18-35-2T
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Is ram command rate set at 1T or 2T? I mean 16-18-18-35-1T or 16-18-18-35-2T

I have the same memory and they run 2T stock.

ps: you can run the memory at 2800Mhz on stock settings wink.gif
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I have the same memory and they run 2T stock.

ps: you can run the memory at 2800Mhz on stock settings wink.gif
I have that ram as well. U do anything to voltage to bump to 2800 or just everything stock except frequency change. I heard from a ton of people that early batches of this ram actually had a 2800 xmp profile that was all same settings but a bump in voltage. The entire line had it. 2800 version had a 3000 xmp, 3000 version had a 3200 xmp and so on. I guess they took it out...

PS must be nice to get 4.6 on 1.24v thumb.gif mine takes 1.36v for 4.6 axesmiley.png
Edited by HOODedDutchman - 8/23/16 at 9:41am
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I have that ram as well. U do anything to voltage to bump to 2800 or just everything stock except frequency change. I heard from a ton of people that early batches of this ram actually had a 2800 xmp profile that was all same settings but a bump in voltage. The entire line had it. 2800 version had a 3000 xmp, 3000 version had a 3200 xmp and so on. I guess they took it out...

PS must be nice to get 4.6 on 1.24v thumb.gif mine takes 1.36v for 4.6 axesmiley.png

Just the 2666MHz xmp profile and added 2800MHz, i only have 1 profile.
It sounds interesting, do you have any links to that discussion?

Yes indeed, low temps and 4.6Ghz is a sweet spot wink.gif I have seen more guys with same batch as me that also have got good result.
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Just the 2666MHz xmp profile and added 2800MHz, i only have 1 profile.
It sounds interesting, do you have any links to that discussion?

Yes indeed, low temps and 4.6Ghz is a sweet spot wink.gif I have seen more guys with same batch as me that also have got good result.
Theres actually a review that says it and when i saw i tried googling it and found a bunch of people talking about it.
https://play3r.net/reviews/memory/corsair-vengeance-lpx-ddr4-2666mhz-16gb-2x8gb-review/
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Hey guys I need your help. Do my temps seem really high for a custom loop? I've got a 6700k @ 4.7GHz 1.33v on an ASUS z170i pro gaming board with a gtx 1080 @ 2101MHz. Cooling is an EK supremacy evo, EK FC GPU block, 2x EK SE 240 rads, EK revo D5 pump.

I don't know what ambient temps are but everything idles around 28-30c. My gpu almost never goes above 45c under load but my cpu temps seem high to me for a custom loop. I've reseated the cpu block two times now. I know it's on right. Do you think I need to delid or is this normal?

The stress test is the x264 version from this thread.
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I will say before I de-lidded my 6700K, I saw low 80°s C running IBT Max @ 4700MHz with 1.35VCore.

After de-lidding, I am at 4830MHz with 1.39VCore and IBT Max results in 71° C.

Both at ~23° C ambient.

My loop is HK 3.0, D5 in XSPC dualbay reservoir, 1/2" Tygon, PA140.3 with shroud and Aerocool Shark fans.
Edited by Arctucas - 8/23/16 at 10:20am
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Ya those temps are terrible man mine are better then that with air at 1.36v. What method are you using to apply thermal paste ?
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