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I have my 6700k running at 4.5ghz with 1.28v. The stock voltage set by my Gigabyte board was 1.260v. If you only want to run at stock speeds, I would suggest manually setting voltage at 1.260v and then monitor temps. Leave C-states and EIST on auto as this will allow your cpu to idle down (volts and speed) when not under load. I use Corsair H55 but with dual-fan setup (push/pull) across radiator and my temps under full load (1hr of Prime95) get to 75C while I idle at 28C. After an hour of Witcher 3 and Need for Speed, I have gotten to 71C. Also, for skylake cpus you should be using Prime v26.6. best of luck to you!

Prime is alright but the intel tuning utility is a far better test as far as realistic temps. For me when i tested it at 1.088/1.2/1.3 its been dead on to my most cpu intensive games ie AC Unity/Syndicate.

Skylakes are known to run higher voltages anyways so i wouldnt really worry as far as temps are in check. You can always delid and put some clu and drop your temps even more.
    
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I have my 6700k running at 4.5ghz with 1.28v. The stock voltage set by my Gigabyte board was 1.260v. If you only want to run at stock speeds, I would suggest manually setting voltage at 1.260v and then monitor temps. Leave C-states and EIST on auto as this will allow your cpu to idle down (volts and speed) when not under load. I use Corsair H55 but with dual-fan setup (push/pull) across radiator and my temps under full load (1hr of Prime95) get to 75C while I idle at 28C. After an hour of Witcher 3 and Need for Speed, I have gotten to 71C. Also, for skylake cpus you should be using Prime v26.6. best of luck to you!

Latest version is fine. I've tested it with a i7 4790k. It's the version between that puts too much load on the CPU causing high temperatures.
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Agreed that Intel tuning more closely replicates real world stress application. Prime pushes cpu harder than any game or software ever will. As for higher voltages on skylake cpus, it's just luck of the draw. Some people need 1.35 to get to 4.6 or 4.7ghz. I didn't. I wouldn't worry about temps until over 90C for a length of time.
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Agreed that Intel tuning more closely replicates real world stress application. Prime pushes cpu harder than any game or software ever will. As for higher voltages on skylake cpus, it's just luck of the draw. Some people need 1.35 to get to 4.6 or 4.7ghz. I didn't. I wouldn't worry about temps until over 90C for a length of time.

Crazy difference between haswell and skylake. My 4690k needs 1.3 to get 4.8 fully stable. I just dont run it up there. My cpu only got to about 56°C though.
    
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Thanks Benjamen, maybe I'll finally start using a newer version of Prime 👍
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So no change in vcore & temps after you disabled Multicore Enhancement in bios?

Haven't tried this yet actually, will it affect gaming performance noticeably?
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I don't think it'll be noticeable since in gaming usually one core is loaded more than the rest.
But vcore & temps the change should be noticeable, I hope.
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Another thing, if I were to set the voltage to manual mode 1.25, would the CPU still idle at a lower voltage? Or will it be at a constant 1.25?
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Using manual mode, it will stay at 1.25 even at idle. See what I wrote earlier.
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Set it to 1.25 but set it to adaptive. Manual it will stay at 1.25 but still downclock your speeds at idle just not voltage.
    
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