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I just KNEW there was something there! biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Hello

CPU/cache @ 4.2/3.5. CPU Score 12000.

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/50319

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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Thanks, that is what I'd expect. I was scoring around 10,500 with the 6900K clocked at 4.4. Something is dragging the score down towards the end of the test. Now that I've made a thing of it, I'll update when I figure out what is happening

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13424079

Was Sys Info collection causing the performance drop when running custom run with the CPU test standalone. With this disabled the spike is gone. Point for point lol, "Like a glove" as Ace would say.
Edited by Silent Scone - 7/19/16 at 10:02am
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I was wondering the same thing. I have a 6850k CPU and this is my first custom water loop ever so naturally I have stupid questions like "is this normal?"

I went to "sync all cores", set the thermal control tool to kick in above 75C and drop me to 36x from 42x. CPU Core voltage is Adaptive mode with 1.200v

My temps are all over the place so I need to figure out if it's normal for a water cooling rig to have temps like this.

When I run the Intel XTU benchmark utility, my CPU temp reads out as 31,34,63,48,42,58,59,51,44,55,54,33. Is it normal for the temp readout to jump around like that?

In Asus realbench, during the stress test, my CPU temp is 62, CPU package temp is 80, core 1-6 is 64,61,75,60,54,56. The real score provided by the benchmark was 150248

System specs:
6850k CPU
Asus deluxe II mobo
Gskill 32gb 3200mhz ram
Ek X360 water cooling kit with an extra 240mm radiator
Nvidia Asus 1080 gpu with xspc water block


Does this all sound normal? Man do I wish I knew someone local that was into computers and overclocking because this is a huge learning curve.
    
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I was wondering the same thing. I have a 6850k CPU and this is my first custom water loop ever so naturally I have stupid questions like "is this normal?"

I went to "sync all cores", set the thermal control tool to kick in above 75C and drop me to 36x from 42x. CPU Core voltage is Adaptive mode with 1.200v

My temps are all over the place so I need to figure out if it's normal for a water cooling rig to have temps like this.

When I run the Intel XTU benchmark utility, my CPU temp reads out as 31,34,63,48,42,58,59,51,44,55,54,33. Is it normal for the temp readout to jump around like that?

In Asus realbench, during the stress test, my CPU temp is 62, CPU package temp is 80, core 1-6 is 64,61,75,60,54,56. The real score provided by the benchmark was 150248

System specs:
6850k CPU
Asus deluxe II mobo
Gskill 32gb 3200mhz ram
Ek X360 water cooling kit with an extra 240mm radiator
Nvidia Asus 1080 gpu with xspc water block




Does this all sound normal? Man do I wish I knew someone local that was into computers and overclocking because this is a huge learning curve.

Yeah a 10° spread between the coolest / hottest cores under load is about normal. Package temp can sometimes be 10°c higher than the highest core temp
Edited by lilchronic - 7/19/16 at 12:26pm
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so my uncore is stable at 35 needed 1.23v to get there, seems alot tbh!
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Originally Posted by ClemC View Post

Is a Corsair H110 (push/pull) going to be enough to get a 6850K or 6900K to 4.2GHz+ during the Australian summer, without AC?

I doubt it. 6850k maybe, 6900k no.
Edited by nexxusty - 7/19/16 at 2:49pm
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Thank you for the tip on 10C being normal for a delta between cores.

I redid the paste job just to be on the safe side and I also turned off XMP mode in the BIOS. I hadn't even thought about XMP being a possible contributor to the overall temperature but it does seem to add about 5C to the overall CPU temperature when under load.

With XMP off, my Asus Benchmark score is 148000. With XMP on, my Asus Benchmark score is 155565. Not sure if it's worth the 5C increase to temperature but I'll keep experimenting. I'm also going to try and lower the DRAM voltage to 1.30v from 1.35v and see if that can remain stable.
    
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Thank you for the tip on 10C being normal for a delta between cores.

I redid the paste job just to be on the safe side and I also turned off XMP mode in the BIOS. I hadn't even thought about XMP being a possible contributor to the overall temperature but it does seem to add about 5C to the overall CPU temperature when under load.

With XMP off, my Asus Benchmark score is 148000. With XMP on, my Asus Benchmark score is 155565. Not sure if it's worth the 5C increase to temperature but I'll keep experimenting. I'm also going to try and lower the DRAM voltage to 1.30v from 1.35v and see if that can remain stable.

Asus Benchmark? Oh Realbench... heh. DRAM voltage won't affect your CPU temperature whatsoever. Don't bother.

I'll say this as best I can....XMP HAS to be on. Period.

Or you might as well just buy cheap 2133mhz RAM without heatspreaders. Not sure why you are worried about 5c... at all.

Enable XMP. You paid for it. If you are so worried about your CPU buy an Intel Overclocking Warranty. $25 one time no questions asked replacement.

If you lived in Canada, I'd help you out np.
Edited by nexxusty - 7/19/16 at 3:36pm
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Originally Posted by Artah View Post

Praz, you using around 1.17v also?

Hello

1.144V. Might be more than needed with the memory at 3200. That was the voltage required to stabilize 3400 memory speed.

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take a screenshot and post that here! smile.gif

Nothing special there. Would just add clutter top the thread.
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Hello

1.144V. Might be more than needed with the memory at 3200. That was the voltage required to stabilize 3400 memory speed.
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I doubt it. 6850k maybe, 6900k no.
Fidelity21,

Can you provide something more specific than "That's not hot, this is hot!" [Paul Hogan voice] That's a pretty broad range...

I have an H110gtx that did just fine on top of a 5960x at 4.5GHz that required 1.37v to get there. It tapped 82C in some heavy benchmarks. HOWEVER, it was in a room that averaged ~21-22C ambient. If your room was 10C hotter - a. glad you use dial right? b. then that 82 would obviously be 92... 4.4/1.30 where it is happy, its gentle as a kitten at I rarely see anything higher than mid 50C under real, but heavy load.

So, I'd put a 6900 at a big maybe depending on your ambient and voltage required...
Edited by cekim - 7/19/16 at 4:58pm
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