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Mornings are a bit hard for some guys!!!

Hey Scone, gonna post my 400 at your thread, hope you list me, gentleman!!!

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This is how I'll remain after flashing bios 3301 (comes with latest microcode) in my RVE...


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6950X = 10 core / 20 threads. Hence, 20 threads x 1.5 = 30 threads is the number I enter ?
EDIT: If it indeed is 30, is there any particular reason for 30 instead of actual number of threads which is 20 ?
Using 1.5x is an optimal load. but you can run it with 1.0x just as well (may take a little longer to find any instability)
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Guys,

is VCCIO = CPU Input Voltage (under Extreme Tweaker menu in UEFI BIOS) for Rampage V Extreme (& Edition 10) ??
I ask because I'm at work and Google image search doesn't seem to provide so called "VCCIO" in BIOS for Rampage V board.
AS scone said, VCCIN.
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Hello guys! I'm completely new to the x99 overclocking and I never had LGA-2011v3 platform before. My previous rig was based on LGA1366 with a Xeon x5650.

So... I purchased the i7-6800k with an Asrock x99 Extreme 4. The board is not the 3.1 version with OC socket.

I'm having some problems overclocking my CPU. I'm using "Override" for Vcore in order to eliminate the weird things happening with Adaptive, but so far it seems I can't pass Linx (AVX) at 4000 MHz with anything lower than 1.25v. I'm kind of frustrated and I'm not sure if this is normal or my CPU is extremely poor. Or maybe I need to manually set some other voltages too. Currently I have all other voltages at AUTO except for the CPU Input voltage which is set to 1.9v. Is this actually a normal thing with 6800k? Am I the only one needing ~ 1.25v for just 4GHz? I know AVX is usually a lot heavier than non-AVX, but still... rolleyes.gif

Today I started examining the steps between 100MHz... So far I have:
3600 MHz (3 hours Linx with AVX) at 1.15v - pass
3700 MHz at 1.175v - BSOD in less than 10 minutes frown.gif
Edited by Zero-Cold - 7/26/16 at 5:15am
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Originally Posted by Zero-Cold View Post

Hello guys! I'm completely new to the x99 overclocking and I never had LGA-2011v3 platform before. My previous rig was based on LGA1366 with a Xeon x5650.

So... I purchased the i7-6800k with an Asrock x99 Extreme 4. The board is not the 3.1 version with OC socket.

I'm having some problems overclocking my CPU. I'm using "Override" for Vcore in order to eliminate the weird things happening with Adaptive, but so far it seems I can't pass Linx (AVX) at 4000 MHz with anything lower than 1.25v. I'm kind of frustrated and I'm not sure if this is normal or my CPU is extremely poor. Or maybe I need to manually set some other voltages too. Currently I have all other voltages at AUTO except for the CPU Input voltage which is set to 1.9v. Is this actually a normal thing with 6800k? Am I the only one needing ~ 1.25v for just 4GHz? I know AVX is usually a lot heavier than non-AVX, but still... rolleyes.gif

Today I started examining the steps between 100MHz... So far I have:
3600 MHz (3 hours Linx with AVX) at 1.15v - pass
3700 MHz at 1.175v - BSOD in less than 10 minutes frown.gif

That's the hardest test on the CPU, so it pulls the most power and heat. 1.25v doesn't seem unreasonable for 4.0ghz during that test. On my motherboard, there is a setting to modify voltage when running AVX instructions. Do you have that option? AVX offset I think it's called. Also, if you're running adaptive voltage, set the OC offset to 1.200. Use aida64 to monitor voltage so you get an accurate measurement but 1.200v is still relatively low. I'm currently at 1.285v for 4.3ghz but I have a water cooled system. It was 4.2ghz at 1.279v so there wasn't much of an increase voltage wise...meaning 1.200v range for 4.0ghz is completely normal...not doing AVX instructions. What are your temps and what cooling system?

Also, leave CPU input voltage to auto unless you have a reason to change it. Mine stays between 1.92 and 1.95v while on auto.
Edited by Fidelity21 - 7/26/16 at 6:10am
    
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I'm not sure about modifying the voltage during AVX workloads, but I have an option to throttle the multiplier. Say, 100 x40 for non-AVX and 100 x36 for AVX. But I see a lot of people going around the 4300-4400 mark with just 1.35v? Are they all using AVX throttling? rolleyes.gif

If someone with an Asrock board could help I would appreciate it a lot! smile.gif
Edited by Zero-Cold - 7/26/16 at 6:10am
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I'm not sure about modifying the voltage during AVX workloads, but I have an option to throttle the multiplier. Say, 100 x40 for non-AVX and 100 x36 for AVX. But I see a lot of people going around the 4300-4400 mark with just 1.35v? Are they all using AVX throttling? rolleyes.gif

If someone with an Asrock board could help I would appreciate it a lot! smile.gif

I don't have your mobo so I can't help there. But most of the tests I've seen are not using AVX. I get around this by using the Asus thermal throttling tool. The tool is set to lower my multiplier to 36x and core voltage to 1.250v when temps exceed 82C. When temps drop below 50C the multiplier and core voltage return to default. This is my protection against sudden jolts to temperature or wattage.

All that said, there seems to be many different ways of setting the system up to your preferences, but I read this thread and it helped a lot...which pushed me toward the throttling tool.

http://edgeup.asus.com/2016/06/17/broadwell-e-overclocking-guide/
    
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I'm not sure about modifying the voltage during AVX workloads, but I have an option to throttle the multiplier. Say, 100 x40 for non-AVX and 100 x36 for AVX. But I see a lot of people going around the 4300-4400 mark with just 1.35v? Are they all using AVX throttling? rolleyes.gif

If someone with an Asrock board could help I would appreciate it a lot! smile.gif

these 10 core CPUs really benefit from allowing the cpu to downclock when AVX is in the instruction set stack... BWE provides a setting that we can set to accomplish this. E-class chips do it automatically. The AVX/FMA3 current load is extremely high and can result in degradation. IMO, Either use the AVX offset or set a lower overalll clock. I run 4.4core AVX4.2Cache3.8 at 1.36V with no stability issues... or I use the ASUS thermal control tool to run 4.5core4.5AVXcache3.8 with 1.425V and the ATCT set to drop to 4.3@1.281V if the package temp exceeds 60C. All use Adaptive voltage on core and offset on cache. thumb.gif
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I don't have your mobo so I can't help there. But most of the tests I've seen are not using AVX. I get around this by using the Asus thermal throttling tool. The tool is set to lower my multiplier to 36x and core voltage to 1.250v when temps exceed 82C. When temps drop below 50C the multiplier and core voltage return to default. This is my protection against sudden jolts to temperature or wattage.

All that said, there seems to be many different ways of setting the system up to your preferences, but I read this thread and it helped a lot...which pushed me toward the throttling tool.

http://edgeup.asus.com/2016/06/17/broadwell-e-overclocking-guide/
Asus realbench x264 encode, x265 or any x264, handbrake encode uses AXV as one of the instruction sets. It's the manner in which LinX or p95 hammer the FPU that results in such high temperatures. If either is a must for your stability testing, then you'll end up with a 200MHz or so lower overall OC even for light loads. So using the AVX offset or the ATCT avoids this issue.
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these 10 core CPUs really benefit from allowing the cpu to downclock when AVX is in the instruction set stack... BWE provides a setting that we can set to accomplish this. E-class chips do it automatically. The AVX/FMA3 current load is extremely high and can result in degradation. IMO, Either use the AVX offset or set a lower overalll clock. I run 4.4core AVX4.2Cache3.8 at 1.36V with no stability issues... or I use the ASUS thermal control tool to run 4.5core4.5AVXcache3.8 with 1.425V and the ATCT set to drop to 4.3@1.281V if the package temp exceeds 60C. All use Adaptive voltage on core and offset on cache. thumb.gif
Asus realbench x264 encode, x265 or any x264, handbrake encode uses AXV as one of the instruction sets. It's the manner in which LinX or p95 hammer the FPU that results in such high temperatures. If either is a must for your stability testing, then you'll end up with a 200MHz or so lower overall OC even for light loads. So using the AVX offset or the ATCT avoids this issue.

Now guys, with this Broadwell-E option for AVX2/FMA3, you can test and set "First class" overclocks with P95 v28xx blend by managing beter the overheating ? thumb.gif
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