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Up and running with my 6900k 4.4 ghz at 1.34 volts currently. Real Bench 1 hour loop of h.264 temps:




I am going to try to push frequency higher tonight.
Edited by d4nim4l - 7/3/16 at 11:15am
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Up and running with my 6900k 4.4 ghz at 1.34 volts currently. Real Bench 1 hour loop of h.264 temps:




I am going to try to push frequency higher tonight.


Whats your RAM and cache clocked at? Full specs on MB/ram and cooling?
    
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Whats your RAM and cache clocked at? Full specs on MB/ram and cooling?

Literally just up and running. Only think I have touched is multiplier to x44, CPU voltage to 1.34, and ram to 3200 - timings are loose currently:




MB: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132830
RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232296
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Thanks for the quick reply.

I think i found my problem recently.. I realized I bought non QVL ram for my 6900k like a idiot. I'm really hoping when I get some 3200Mhz CAS14 TridentZ ram in this week I'll be able to hit 4.4 stable at 1.34V.


I also found out that between Corsair Link and Asus Fan Xpert3, neither was controlling the fans on my h100i properly. I connected them straight to the motherboard and used Asus Q-fan control in the bios with PWM to control them and now they actually operate fully under load. Saw a >10C temp decrease after I got them configured properly.
    
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Are there any benefits to using a higher bclk such as 125 and smaller multiplier ?
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Thanks for the quick reply.

I think i found my problem recently.. I realized I bought non QVL ram for my 6900k like a idiot. I'm really hoping when I get some 3200Mhz CAS14 TridentZ ram in this week I'll be able to hit 4.4 stable at 1.34V.


I also found out that between Corsair Link and Asus Fan Xpert3, neither was controlling the fans on my h100i properly. I connected them straight to the motherboard and used Asus Q-fan control in the bios with PWM to control them and now they actually operate fully under load. Saw a >10C temp decrease after I got them configured properly.

My RAM wasn't on the QVL list either and I was kind of stressing out about it. It seems to be working well so far, hopefully that stays true as I tighten down the timings.
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I don't get it. First one is a cold boot. Second one is after restart. Huge difference in VCore while CPU-Z shows the same.



In reply to myself, this issue, so far, seems to be solved by upgrading the MB to Rampage V Edition 10. Seems like a BIOS bug in RVE to me. Everything else is still the same. Even Windows installation. wink.gif Well...it was never a smooths sailing with the RVE for me. Fingers crossed in favor of RVE10.
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Ugh....not what i expected. 6800K @ 4.4ghz is getting lower single core Cinebench scores than my 4.6ghz 5960X.....smh -___- That's literally making my whole reason for getting it moot. I figured that since the 6800K when OCed to 4.4ghz hits 1,367 points in multi core cinebench 15 which is basically the same as my 5960X stock that it would be a good chip to move to. I figured even though i'm losing two cores i'm getting "good enough" video editing/rendering performance from a ~1,367 point multi-threaded score and was assuming at least a decently larger single-threaded score for some improved gaming etc.. performance.

slightly disappointing really, especially since my 6800K can't even hit 4.5ghz at 1.46v with max LLC and current limit etc.. and i can't pump voltage any higher as 1.46 makes me hit 90C in some cores even on custom loop with 480/420/360 rads. I figured 4.5 would be possible on a binned 4.4ghz siliconlottery bought chip if i pumped voltage a fair bit higher.
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post #1029 of 7219
I committed two cardinal sins at once here by combining two 2x4GB kits for quad-channel and using the XMP profile, which is for Z170/Skylake and not X99. Seems to work just fine on R5E + 6800k, however.

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I committed two cardinal sins at once here by combining two 2x4GB kits for quad-channel and using the XMP profile, which is for Z170/Skylake and not X99. Seems to work just fine on R5E + 6800k, however.
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It's not a cardinal sin. However the configuration is not advised when users are only capable of plug n' play, things don't work out and they are standing around knee deep in doo-doo. Should be able to tighten things up with your configuration. Below is a couple of combined Z170 kits I have at the same memory speed as you are at.


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