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Very big problem with updated bios, Skylake crashes

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Hello.I bought 6700k few days ago, mounted it into msi z70m mortar with cryorig c1
After i went into bios i saw iam at 4ghz ( auto ratio ) 4100 ring ratio and auto voltage ~ 1.35.I changed the ratio to x40, the ring ratio automaticly changed to 4000.I restarded and the voltage droped to around 1.185v.
I run few IBT tests and it was all fine.Temperatures were around 60C on stress.

I went and OC'd it to 4.4 with 1.275 and 4.6 with 1.350.temperatures around 64/67. I didnt run it long , just like 100 test, but all stable.
So i went back and put back the x40 with auto voltage cause i didnt really had in mind OC ing right now for gaming.Just wanted to test the CPU if its fine etc.





Now here wheres the problem starts.Today i downloaded msi livedownload6 and updated/installed whole the stuff including new A30 bios.

After restarting pc and entering bios i saw the same thing as with the A00.
On auto ratio the voltage was around 1.350. So like before i changed it from auto to x40 ( ring ratio droped to 4000 again ).But after restart my voltage didnt change.It was still @1.350.Then i manually changed voltage to 1.190 and the temperatures after IBT was like 74C.
I'v tried to OC with same parametres as before 4.4 1.275 and 4.6 1.350 and the system crashed. I uninstalled all that command centers and msi gaming,And after that i was able to go to OC with parametres above but with like horendous temperatures of 87C.

Can someone help me with this?I'am really new into OC and basicly i was just following some simple things for now...
No idea what this bios changed in my mobo.
Should i flash my bios back to A00 ?
post #2 of 4
Well the cryorig c1 is an ITX cooler, so I'd assume it wouldn't handle the heat that well on overclocked scenarios on the CPU.
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Frankly the temps you got after updating (74/87) seem more correct than 67 degrees on 6700k at 1.35v with an ITX cooler. Maybe the first bios had a temperature reading bug. I would advise against running 1.35v on 6700k with that cooler,and I think you can ask around in the skylake thread but most ppl would back me up on that suggestion. Like I said, don't flash back because your temps are lower on the old bios, I'm 99% sure the temps on new bios are correct and reverting back might have a horrible outcome some day.
What is kinda annyoing is having to set up voltages manually, and I really would suggest to take a photo of your other voltages (not only vcore) and ask ppl around the skylake thread to see if everything is within limits. frankly, if a board kept setting my voltage to 1.35v in auto mode I'd RMA or just get my money back. Unless what you mean is that you used some sort of built-in OC settings. If you did, then remember never to use them.
Edited by Klocek001 - 2/14/16 at 2:48am
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Ok so i went into Auto ratio , auto voltage mode ( adaptive offset etc ) and i setup voltage to 1.200 ( was crashing on 1.190 ).
As for now it pass 100 IBT tests so seems stable. Tho temperatures are quite high. i hit 70C on that 100tests.
I plan to add 2x80mm fans on back in this week.And i think i'll change the cryorig position from vertical to horizontal.Then i'll be able to put another 120mm above the cryorig ( i hope it will fit - should i choose SP fan? ) and cpu and push some more air into them.Hope it will drop some temperatures down for me.
Can i do something more?Like maybe some fan curve settings in bios?
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