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I thought you were still sporting a 6700k, when did you go back to the 5820k.

I went from a 5820k to the 6900k, it's a eye opening upgrade and I'm impressed with the Rog X99 Strix for the price.
The Samsung 950 Pro makes a difference too... biggrin.gif

Hahah, 6700k fast cpu but still Quad core..lol

Quad core + SLI = No go... the 5820k eat 3 Ti's like a Monster biggrin.gif

   
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OK, in order to get RealBench stability @ 4582 CPU / 3818 uncore for 2.5 hours I had to crank up my CPU to .310 offset / 1.395 vcore. Hopefully that's not too toxic for 24/7 since it won't be there often rolleyes.gif. I saw no suggested max values in the BW guidelines, maybe not enough data yet.

Funny thing is I bluescreened @ 153 minutes and the screenshots @ 151 minutes are unreadable, so I am left with the 120 minute screenshots. Oh, well ... rolleyes.gif
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CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability is set to AUTO in the BIOS. As soon as I boot to windows and load Digi+ Power Control, it loads CPU Power Phase Control to Extreme, CPU Load-Line Calibration to 9 and CPU Current Capability to 140%. Does anyone know why "Auto" would make it max out?

I'm actually going for lower thermal temperatures at this point because my room is becoming VERY hot with this new computer. I have backed down to 31 uncore with Default voltage and 4.2ghz with 1.250v on the CPU. I'm not sure why CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability to want to go to max, but I'm thinking about forcing them to a specific setting in the BIOS to keep them low.

Even though I have CPU Core Voltage set to Adaptive and 1.250v OC Voltage, the CPU Core Voltage is showing 1.298v at idle OR full throttle so I have to imagine that my BIOS is automatically maxing out the voltage and current load just to maintain stability, which is also causing more heat than I need....right?

What settings are you guys using for CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability. Would I be safe leaving it at 3 and 120 respectively or can I be really restrictive and leave it at 1 and 100% to force thermals down while sticking with a 4.2ghz overclock?
    
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CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability is set to AUTO in the BIOS. As soon as I boot to windows and load Digi+ Power Control, it loads CPU Power Phase Control to Extreme, CPU Load-Line Calibration to 9 and CPU Current Capability to 140%. Does anyone know why "Auto" would make it max out?

I'm actually going for lower thermal temperatures at this point because my room is becoming VERY hot with this new computer. I have backed down to 31 uncore with Default voltage and 4.2ghz with 1.250v on the CPU. I'm not sure why CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability to want to go to max, but I'm thinking about forcing them to a specific setting in the BIOS to keep them low.

Even though I have CPU Core Voltage set to Adaptive and 1.250v OC Voltage, the CPU Core Voltage is showing 1.298v at idle OR full throttle so I have to imagine that my BIOS is automatically maxing out the voltage and current load just to maintain stability, which is also causing more heat than I need....right?

What settings are you guys using for CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability. Would I be safe leaving it at 3 and 120 respectively or can I be really restrictive and leave it at 1 and 100% to force thermals down while sticking with a 4.2ghz overclock?

that's the default to cover the range of silicon quality out there. Would be very helpful if you filled out rig builder and add your rig to your sig. how to link in mine.
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CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability is set to AUTO in the BIOS. As soon as I boot to windows and load Digi+ Power Control, it loads CPU Power Phase Control to Extreme, CPU Load-Line Calibration to 9 and CPU Current Capability to 140%. Does anyone know why "Auto" would make it max out?

I'm actually going for lower thermal temperatures at this point because my room is becoming VERY hot with this new computer. I have backed down to 31 uncore with Default voltage and 4.2ghz with 1.250v on the CPU. I'm not sure why CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability to want to go to max, but I'm thinking about forcing them to a specific setting in the BIOS to keep them low.

Even though I have CPU Core Voltage set to Adaptive and 1.250v OC Voltage, the CPU Core Voltage is showing 1.298v at idle OR full throttle so I have to imagine that my BIOS is automatically maxing out the voltage and current load just to maintain stability, which is also causing more heat than I need....right?

What settings are you guys using for CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability. Would I be safe leaving it at 3 and 120 respectively or can I be really restrictive and leave it at 1 and 100% to force thermals down while sticking with a 4.2ghz overclock?

I use LLC 8 and 140% CPU CC, but I'm kind of wacky ...
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Doesn't seem whacky if "Auto" is the default and that's max power to everything! I went to 3 and 120% and I can't tell any difference in performance at 4.2ghz.

Also, I'll figure out how to add my system configuration tomorrow...thanks.
    
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What settings are you guys using for CPU Load-Line Calibration and CPU Current Capability. Would I be safe leaving it at 3 and 120 respectively or can I be really restrictive and leave it at 1 and 100% to force thermals down while sticking with a 4.2ghz overclock?

Hello

I would suggest you leave these and other settings on auto until you have an idea as to what their intended functions are and can then adjust them with a specific goal in mind.
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Hello

I would suggest you leave these and other settings on auto until you have an idea as to what their intended functions are and can then adjust them with a specific goal in mind.

Completely logical! That said, I've already done my research (as best as I could find anyway) and both settings appear to expand on the amount of power (voltage and current) the CPU sees under load and at idle. They're designed to give you stable overclocks at the cost of lower efficiency...meaning more heat! I want LESS heat because my room is small and this computer is giving off loads of heat already. Even at idle the voltage is hovering around 1.298v for the CPU and I'd like to keep pushing that down...especially when I already have it set to 1.25v in the BIOS. I'm going to keep tinkering until I have a stable system at 4.2ghz with the lowest CPU voltage I can manage.
    
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Completely logical! That said, I've already done my research (as best as I could find anyway) and both settings appear to expand on the amount of power (voltage and current) the CPU sees under load and at idle. They're designed to give you stable overclocks at the cost of lower efficiency...meaning more heat!

Hello

If that is the case your research has failed you. CPU Current Capability sets the allowable amount of current the CPU can draw. If set too low either the amount of overclock will be limited, some programs/games may not run successfully or instability may occur. LLC reshapes and/or alters the amount of overshoot allowed. While LLC will directly affect the max continuous VCCIN voltage in this context that is irrelevant. Stability will require a given minimum VCCIN voltage. This will hold true if it is reached by using a higher set voltage with a lower LLC level or a lower voltage with a higher level. Your reply serves only to validate my previous post. Changing settings without an understanding of what they actually do seldom has a positive outcome.
Edited by Praz - 7/21/16 at 5:13pm
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Back to the drawing board...thanks for the heads up. smile.gif
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