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It seems to me that going Asrock for this cpu paid off greatly.

 

System is rock solid stable.

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nice dude. i figured mine out. http://valid.x86.fr/02hf6v
post #153 of 1865
Stable 4.3GHz? If it's - that's sick (+1GHz). That's better than every Skylake. thumb.gif
Edited by BorisDG - 2/14/16 at 8:29am
post #154 of 1865
yeah i switched back to my z97-a. returning the "intel recommended" ecs mobo i got. yeah dude, totally stable still. i've exported videos with vegas. gamed for hours in csgo, tera. ran my usual 3dmark stuff and other benchmarks OVER and OVER. i'm getting a sabertooth to use as a final board for this great CPU.

define S case with the rad for the corsair h80i gt in the front with pk-1 paste with it running 4.30GHz 1.375v (adaptive) with a 4.0GHz cache 1.350v - 2.000 cpu input - ddr3-2400 1.65v - system agent 1.050v. also i got two fans drawing air in on the front. one exhaust on the back. i would have one more but this z97-a has a fan header that isn't working and i can't control cpuopt (where i had it plugged in at one point but said screw it), i'm looking for quietness when i'm not doing stuff. i don't have the IO plate installed so there is a bit more sound leakage from the fans.

the highest temp i got tonight was 75c on the cpu package and that was playing tera with no performance gpu driver options and 8x aa adaptive, gpu overclocked too and my door was closed and the heat is on LOL. the cpu gets to a TDP of like 130 maybe higher (XTU values).

this is really making me want to try my hand at custom water cooling loops and rads.
post #155 of 1865
Hi everybody.

I owned a Broadwell cpu (5675C) back in October.
It was an easy aircooled 4.4 GHZ allday.

Havent kept it though , cause i was expecting something more powerfull and skylake was at the corner , waiting.

Tested with 2 different boards for a short time period.
A gigabyte Z97 SOC Force and an Asus Z97-K

That was my max validation
http://valid.x86.fr/6mfl3r

I also run a couple of benchmarks , if somebody wants any numbers.
post #156 of 1865
nice clocks. voltages?
post #157 of 1865
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Originally Posted by Asus11 View Post

bare in mind this is a pretty weak CPU cooler also if it was with my swiftech h220 I really doubt I would see above 50c

I used vice method only, the PCB on the broadwell is not thin like skylake thumb.gif

if I used liquid metal I can believe I would of seen an extra 5c off, I will have a think about it cause I might consider it tongue.gif

but only thing that worried me was all the small stuff next to the dies , I will have to use clear nail varnish to cover all these

heres some more pictures





not the tidiest but cant be worse than intel biggrin.gif

plus this paste you have to apply thick also its non conductive so meh

i'm totally down to delid my broadwell. got any updates since you did that?
post #158 of 1865
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nice clocks. voltages?

1.32 volts for 4.4 Ghz benchable for XTU , Cinebench , wprime1024M
post #159 of 1865
i was FINALLy able to get 4.4GHz. i couldn't boot 4.5 for the life of me without setting the over voltage jumper. i think i needed more cpu input voltage to get this stable
http://valid.x86.fr/q743dn

i brought the uncore down to 3.0ghz due to me not seeing much of a difference and it required less voltage, i could prob go lower in the cache voltage, which i have set to auto but it avg about 1.0v

so:

core 1.4v - 4.4ghz
uncore 1.0v - 3.0ghz
input voltage 2.0v

i'll toy around with it a bit more

4.5ghz i was trying 1.425 then up to 1.550v in .025v increments. no dice.
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i brought the uncore down to 3.0ghz due to me not seeing much of a difference and it required less voltage, i could prob go lower in the cache voltage, which i have set to auto but it avg about 1.0v

core 1.4v - 4.4ghz
uncore 1.0v - 3.0ghz
input voltage 2.0v
Thx for the info, I will try to play with the uncore voltage to see if I can speed mine up a lil.
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4.5ghz i was trying 1.425 then up to 1.550v in .025v increments. no dice.
You got balls to put the voltage that high!
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