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Thats great but sounds impossible, im at 4.5 with just 1.3v with a d14 and in prime get 85c under load and 30c idle, how the hell you get thouse low temps at that clock and very high voltage ?
I'm not sure, but this is the first time I'm overclocking so I don't know what's normal.

I have 4 case fans running, idk if it has a big effect though.

I've clocked down to 4.6 on 1.37v and I'm getting under 60C max load on prime.

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I'm not sure, but this is the first time I'm overclocking so I don't know what's normal.

I have 4 case fans running, idk if it has a big effect though.

I've clocked down to 4.6 on 1.37v and I'm getting under 60C max load on prime.

I think you have a great cpu there mate, well done.
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I'm not sure, but this is the first time I'm overclocking so I don't know what's normal.

I have 4 case fans running, idk if it has a big effect though.

I've clocked down to 4.6 on 1.37v and I'm getting under 60C max load on prime.

Well, yeah. You are using the potato version of Prime95. 60C, while still a bit low, is rather expected.
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I think you have a great cpu there mate, well done.
See above. No great CPU, just weak stress test.
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Well, yeah. You are using the potato version of Prime95. 60C, while still a bit low, is rather expected.
See above. No great CPU, just weak stress test.

'Potato'?
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I'm not sure, but this is the first time I'm overclocking so I don't know what's normal.

I have 4 case fans running, idk if it has a big effect though.

I've clocked down to 4.6 on 1.37v and I'm getting under 60C max load on prime.


You are using a version of Prime95 that does not actually stress the CPU it's hardest. You are not using AVX or AVX2 instructions at all. which are the hottest and hardest instructions for these processors to do. (They are so hard on the CPU, that on Kaby Lake Intel is including a downclock option in bios (AVX Negative Offset) for having a slower overclocked speed when using AVX2 and a higher overclocked speed when using all other instructions tongue.gif)
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You are using a version of Prime95 that does not actually stress the CPU it's hardest. You are not using AVX or AVX2 instructions at all. which are the hottest and hardest instructions for these processors to do.
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You are using a version of Prime95 that does not actually stress the CPU it's hardest. You are not using AVX or AVX2 instructions at all. which are the hottest and hardest instructions for these processors to do. (They are so hard on the CPU, that on Kaby Lake Intel is including a downclock option in bios (AVX Negative Offset) for having a slower overclocked speed when using AVX2 and a higher overclocked speed when using all other instructions tongue.gif)

Which version am I supposed to use? Still new to this biggrin.gif
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Which version am I supposed to use? Still new to this biggrin.gif
The latest, which at this time is 28.9

BUT, before you do that, lower your voltage down to 1.25v. IF you start to run it and temps are good, THEN slowly start bumping it up to find your limit. Don't go straight to 1.37v with a 212 EVO, however.
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You are using a version of Prime95 that does not actually stress the CPU it's hardest. You are not using AVX or AVX2 instructions at all. which are the hottest and hardest instructions for these processors to do. (They are so hard on the CPU, that on Kaby Lake Intel is including a downclock option in bios (AVX Negative Offset) for having a slower overclocked speed when using AVX2 and a higher overclocked speed when using all other instructions tongue.gif)

I believe Kaby Lake will still use turbo boost 2.0 from what I've seen in rumors. The AVX offset might remain exclusive to the enthusiast platform.
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The latest, which at this time is 28.9

BUT, before you do that, lower your voltage down to 1.25v. IF you start to run it and temps are good, THEN slowly start bumping it up to find your limit. Don't go straight to 1.37v with a 212 EVO, however.
Downloaded and ran before I saw your post, but the temps haven't increased that by much for some reason.



The clock speed fluctuates between 4.6 and 3.9, but shouldn't throttling only happen when the temperatures are more dangerous?
Edited by Enochen - 10/10/16 at 5:27pm
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