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Originally Posted by ericool69 View Post

Instead of playing with the multiplier how about decreasing the multiplier and increase the base clock so that it equals to whatever clock you want and make sure you watch out for your memory speed because it ties in with your base clock.
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Originally Posted by Unstoppable View Post

Hey all,

I recently bought a new PC, and with that a 6700k CPU. Today I tried to overclock it, but with some rather disappointing results. It seems to be stable at 4.4GHz with 1.295V, but that seems rather "crappy" when looking at the overclocks other people have. Temps seem to be okay when running Prime and RealBench, usually in the high 60C range.

When upping the multiplier to x45, I need atleast 1.4V to keep it stable (haven't done extensive testing yet). That kind of is a little high for my tastes, even though I have a custom WC loop. I tried to disable the XMP profile and increasing VCCIO and VCCSA voltages, but it doesn't seem to have any impact.

Is there anything else I could try? Or did I just lose the lottery? tongue.gif
post #8792 of 11361
Clu only makes sense if you apply it in between the die and ihs (delid), otherwise the thermal flux is still limited by the stock paste between the die and IHS.



Yes and I have applied clu between die and ihs,but what I,m talking here about seeing difference between mx-4 on top of the ihs and clu,there my temps didn't change.But changinf from intel stock toothpaste to clu on die I dropped more thna 10c
post #8793 of 11361
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you see the same increase in vcore with LLC on Auto as you do with LLC = 5? Really?
Clu only makes sense if you apply it in between the die and ihs (delid), otherwise the thermal flux is still limited by the stock paste between the die and IHS.


Yes and I have applied clu between die and ihs,but what I,m talking here about seeing difference between mx-4 on top of the ihs and clu,there my temps didn't change.But changinf from intel stock toothpaste to clu on die I dropped more thna 10c
post #8794 of 11361
Currently running a 6600K at 1.316Vcore on 4.7Ghz 4.8 needs a bit too much for my safe zone as I'm having random restarts on that clock at 1.316V so like to stay at 4.7 with no added bonuses for me. Temps stay well within 60's/70's with latest prime95 on custom with 8K ftt's. Ran it for about 1,5 hours before I started a battlefield one session of almost 3 hours (which is a surprisingly CPU bound game!) and ran without a hitch
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Currently running a 6600K at 1.316Vcore on 4.7Ghz 4.8 needs a bit too much for my safe zone as I'm having random restarts on that clock at 1.316V so like to stay at 4.7 with no added bonuses for me. Temps stay well within 60's/70's with latest prime95 on custom with 8K ftt's. Ran it for about 1,5 hours before I started a battlefield one session of almost 3 hours (which is a surprisingly CPU bound game!) and ran without a hitch
Bf4 was like my number 1 for overclocking failures. It would bsod some overclocks that were 2 hours of Intel burntest stable. The only time I've been certain of an overclock for bf4 was if it was at least 3 hour prime blend stable. I think was version 27.7 but I'm not sure. This only ever happened when running 2 high end gpu on a 1080p 144Hz monitor tho as trying to push those gpu in a 64 player server will have the cpu bouncing off 100% mark quite often.
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Currently running a 6600K at 1.316Vcore on 4.7Ghz 4.8 needs a bit too much for my safe zone as I'm having random restarts on that clock at 1.316V so like to stay at 4.7 with no added bonuses for me. Temps stay well within 60's/70's with latest prime95 on custom with 8K ftt's. Ran it for about 1,5 hours before I started a battlefield one session of almost 3 hours (which is a surprisingly CPU bound game!) and ran without a hitch

1.316 is a very low voltage. You can easily push it up to 1.4 if you can cool it.
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Bf4 was like my number 1 for overclocking failures. It would bsod some overclocks that were 2 hours of Intel burntest stable. The only time I've been certain of an overclock for bf4 was if it was at least 3 hour prime blend stable. I think was version 27.7 but I'm not sure. This only ever happened when running 2 high end gpu on a 1080p 144Hz monitor tho as trying to push those gpu in a 64 player server will have the cpu bouncing off 100% mark quite often.

From the readme of IBT:
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3. Select the run # (should use at least 5 at minimum, no more than 20).

So there is no use for a 2 hour test... And IBT is the only stress test for me that gives me stability. I tried AIDA64 but that didn't work and neither did Realbench. Also, you have results in about 20 minutes!
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But why would I do that when it's perfectly stable on 1.316? I mean, I might push it to see if I can get 5ghz but, not really sure yet, 1.316 is nice and conservative and will save my cpu for longer use.
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Hi,

I set my BIOS to manual at 44x for 4.4GHZ then manual voltage to 1.30v.

However, when testing RealBench 2.43, as per CPU-Z and HWmonitor, the vcore goes up to 1.34v. Why is this so when I set the max to 1.30v? I am in manual and not in adaptive mode. Power setting in Windows 10 is balanced.


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post #8799 of 11361
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But why would I do that when it's perfectly stable on 1.316? I mean, I might push it to see if I can get 5ghz but, not really sure yet, 1.316 is nice and conservative and will save my cpu for longer use.

Well then you can push for 4.8. It might save you 1-2 years tops. My 6700k is at 1.36 V and 4.7 GHz. 4.8 needs 1.435 which I think is a too high of a jump..
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post #8800 of 11361
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Hi,

I set my BIOS to manual at 44x for 4.4GHZ then manual voltage to 1.30v.

However, when testing RealBench 2.43, as per CPU-Z and HWmonitor, the vcore goes up to 1.34v. Why is this so when I set the max to 1.30v? I am in manual and not in adaptive mode. Power setting in Windows 10 is balanced.


My cooler is Corsair H110i
Asus Maximus VIII Hero Alpha
Phanteks evolv casing
Windows 10 pro

Personally I'm not sure that .04 is a "thing" really. What you set in bios versus what software reads it at. If you were using a DMM then I might wonder.

Beyond that it could be your choice of LLC setting. I'm not sure what Auto actually defaults to if you don't manually set it (5 seems to be common on Asus boards.) I use a LLC of 4 with mine but that's just my personal preference with my setup.
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