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@gtbtk

So, I'm at 4.2 right now with the voltage on auto. I'm using the AIDA64 systems stability test to stress the CPU. My max temp is 67 and it's been about 10 min of testing (monitoring with HWMonitor). The CPU fan is at 1800ish rpm and the chassis fan is at 984 rpm. It's not very loud either. Definitely good acoustics for me. How are things looking so far? Do I keep this test running overnight? XMP is also enabled.

 

That all looks pretty good. Temp looks ok. the beauty of this is that you can experiment with different multipliers and see how it goes. If it fails, you can revert to settings that you know work well.

 

If you have gone 15-20 mins, you could stop that stress test as your temps should have balanced out by now. If you are at 67 they are fine. Give some of your bench marks a try and see how it goes.

 

I would expect the heaven benchmark at the settings you posted to be around 100ish and the firestrike physics score to be about 10000ish rather than in the 7000s.  

 

 

If you want, you can go back to a stress test later but the benchmarks are also stressing your system.

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@gtbtk

So,

This is my new score. How does that look? Physics definitely went up quite a bit. In heaven I got 102.2 FPS biggrin.gif

Also, is 210 on the core and 600 on the memory a pretty good OC? Today was my first time OC'ing my GPU and CPU. thumb.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15268550
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@Waleh

Ok, the first picture is Virtual Memory committed.

HWmemory

The green line is my system and the red is yours.
This picture is just for you to see that we run the same test at the same time.

Edit: due to new testing, see the next side.

Fourth picture GPU usage. The green arrow shows the combine test at the end of Fire Strike. As you can see your GPU load is caving in. This is not because of a GPU problem, its most likely because your CPU who has to handle the Physic as well can not give the GPU enough to do. (in very simple terms)

hwgpuload

All in all, your CPU is simple not working as it should be. It also never goes to its 3900mhz boost clock for more than a second.

Where is the problem?
If your VRMs are really that hot it would be an explanation. I would go to the hwinfo64 forum and ask if the readings for your motherboard are correct, or if the sensor is just not getting any data.
Alternatively you could measure them by yourself if you have a suitable thermometer.

Did you changed your Bios settings in any way? Clearing your CMOS and applying default settings could be a good idea.
What Bios are you on?
Did you installed the newest chip-set driver for your motherboard?
Do you have a different over 500w PSU you could test with?

Edit: OC settings look much better. Still, I would investigate the stock problem, it could come around if you don't take care of it.
Edited by Roland0101 - 10/6/16 at 6:59am
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@Roland0101 and @gtbtk

I need to thank you guys greatly. You're really helping me a lot! I posted in HWinfo about the VRM temps and I'm waiting on a response.

Did you changed your Bios settings in any way? Clearing your CMOS and applying default settings could be a good idea. All I did in BIOS was enable XMP (Prior to OC, now I also set cores to 42x multplier)

What Bios are you on? I am on 0702 (Quite old version, maybe I'll update that)

Did you installed the newest chip-set driver for your motherboard? I will do that now.

Do you have a different over 500w PSU you could test with? I do not. This PSU should be able to handle the system though.
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@Roland0101 and @gtbtk

I need to thank you guys greatly. You're really helping me a lot! I posted in HWinfo about the VRM temps and I'm waiting on a response.

Did you changed your Bios settings in any way? Clearing your CMOS and applying default settings could be a good idea. All I did in BIOS was enable XMP (Prior to OC, now I also set cores to 42x multplier)

What Bios are you on? I am on 0702 (Quite old version, maybe I'll update that)

Did you installed the newest chip-set driver for your motherboard? I will do that now.

Do you have a different over 500w PSU you could test with? I do not. This PSU should be able to handle the system though.

 

Are your motherboard readings still sitting at 107 degrees?

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Are your motherboard readings still sitting at 107 degrees?

Yeah, they are. I'm going to try setting my bios to default, updating it, and then applying OC again.
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@Roland0101 and @gtbtk

I need to thank you guys greatly. You're really helping me a lot! I posted in HWinfo about the VRM temps and I'm waiting on a response.

No problem.
Let us know how it goes, and yes your PSU should easily handle your system, question is if it works correctly. But I also don't think it's the culprit.
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Welp looks like what you got now is all the performance you will able to squeeze. So the rules of thumb are

1. Boost 3.0 will throttle GPU speeds so keep it as cool as possible.
2. Pray for Samsung memory so can get the best overclocking speeds for RAM

So honestly this means you really need to grab one of those water cooled 1070s. Not sure which is the best.

Or if you grab a blower style then you better get the coolest 3 fan 1070 and be sure to install it into a cool PC case with good air flow to keep temps down.
But again this is only if you absolutely need max speeds. Locking my voltage and creating stabilized profiles got me locked in at 2050 mhz (Boost 3.0 fluctuates between 2000 to 2088 mhz depending on ambient temps) and 9500 mhz memory for my max setting. I normally game at 2050 and 9000mhz because that all that most games need at maxed 1080p or 2k. We'll see when Gears drop next week and Mafia 3 drops tomorrow.
if that is the case then evga kingpin and galax hof Mad Tse wont use off boost bios for their ln2 world record.
gpu boost is not that simple and totally not friendly to overclockers like those maxwell modded bios crazy guys out therem, they are willing to pull ~100w more just for ~50MHZ gain in core clock
Edited by asdkj1740 - 10/6/16 at 12:54am
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I just thought i drop my $0.02 here smile.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15271896

EDIT: wow now i see my CPU only boosts to 3.8 Ghz. It's not a K but intel says 3.6 - 4.0 Ghz boost.. Hmmm
Edited by RyanRazer - 10/6/16 at 3:02am
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I just thought i drop my $0.02 here smile.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15271896
EDIT: wow now i see my CPU only boosts to 3.8 Ghz. It's not a K but intel says 3.6 - 4.0 Ghz boost.. Hmmm

4.0 would be for a single core, 3.9 for 3 cores. 3.8 2 cores

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