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Prime is the most popular

Certainly not for 2013+ cpu's

linx (linpack) also does this on avx2 capable CPU's:
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draws twice as much power as some other tests which require as much vcore to pass
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You should use prime 28.7 if you use prime at all. v26 isn't very useful!

it's good to manual ~1.25v yourself if you're staying stock as you have found. It's common for them to use >1.4v at 4.2ghz which is very excessive

http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/

Thanks for link smile.gif i can stock speed with 1.230v(i dint try lower then that)i can 1.240v with 4.3ghz but only can 4.4ghz with 1.300v .why is that much needed for 4.4 but not for 4.3?
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I recommend to look for multiple stress test and pick the one you prefer. Prime is the most popular but other stress tests are also available and some will pick up instability faster than Prime (or not). I found out that prime could be stable for multiple hours when Linx could show unstable in 10 mins. Much much more convenient when aiming for the lowest stable voltage.

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This is so far from me

4.5GHZ at 1.350v
4.4GHZ at 1.285v
4.3GHZ at 1.235v
4.2GHZ at 1.230v
Edited by UltimateGohanSS - 11/8/15 at 2:01am
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why is that much needed for 4.4 but not for 4.3?

Maybe you could lower further on 4.2 but there's something else limiting you. The Cache uses the same voltage as core, so unless you're manually setting it to something like 3.5ghz, it may be using too high frequency to be stable with less than 1.23v set
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1.185 stock. Runs cold and in gaming sessions for hours. Passed aida64 for hours but I dislike the spike temps compared to my 4.5ghz 3770k. Temps + load doesnt jump as much in minor application usage smile.gif
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