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clear cmos, enter bios, set the multiplier and turbo voltage to the total volage needed. Set LLC to 5 and VCCIN to 1.92V. Leave SVID on Auto. Set VRM Fault to disabled, and Efficiency to high performance. Leave everything else on Defaults... still behaving as before?
I think so. Set this to 1.05 or 1.08 in bios.

You're the man!
Thanks!
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Some stock-clock 6950X benchmarks with two GTX 1080's. Pretty fast machine. I'll have to redo these tests once I set up my loop, because there was some throttling.













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Alright so I bought a 4.4Ghz binned 6800k from silicon lottery. So far I have it running at 4.4Ghz using 1.34v. CPU cache at 3.5Ghz and G.Skill memory at 3200Mhz CAS 16 which is stock. Not sure if 100 percent stable yet. Quick n dirty OC. Can anyone point me to the best OC settings for 4.4Ghz and highest CPU cache possible using my Asus Rampage mobo? There's A LOT of pages to go through. My mobo is the Asus Rampage V Edition 10.


Here are my settings so far. Haven't messed with any other setting.

My core ratio limit is set to 44
AVX Instruction Core Ratio Negative Offset = 3
Min CPU Cache Ratio = 35
Max CPU Cache Ratio = 35
CPU Core Voltage = 1.34v
CPU Input Voltage = 1.9v
CPU Cache Voltage = 1.15v
DRAM Voltage = 1.35v
CPU Load-Line Calibration = Level 6
CPU Power Thermal Control = 115
Long/Short Duration Package Power limit = 409
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Alright so I bought a 4.4Ghz binned 6800k from silicon lottery. So far I have it running at 4.4Ghz using 1.34v. CPU cache at 3.5Ghz and memory at 3200Mhz CAS 16 which is stock. Not sure if 100 percent stable yet. Quick n dirty OC. Can anyone point me to the best OC settings for 4.4Ghz and highest CPU cache possible using my Asus Rampage mobo? There's A LOT of pages to go through....
Not really - it will depend on your chip of course...

Look for 3.7/3.8 as a cache wall. BW-E cache is a hateful beast to OC to compared to HW-E

1.3-1.35v seems to be what's required to get a good chip to 4.4 and a really good one to 4.5
1.3v is likely required to get to 3.8 cache.
1.95 Vin seems to be typical, but my 6950x hates that... It wants to be lower or it will refuse to be stable at 4.4/3.7
SA depends on your ram and other system needs
LLC5 is a good place to start
other than that, I'd keep it simple to start for now.... If you are at 4.4/1.34, then you've likely found the wall already.
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Not really - it will depend on your chip of course...

Look for 3.7/3.8 as a cache wall. BW-E cache is a hateful beast to OC to compared to HW-E

1.3-1.35v seems to be what's required to get a good chip to 4.4 and a really good one to 4.5
1.3v is likely required to get to 3.8 cache.
1.95 Vin seems to be typical, but my 6950x hates that... It wants to be lower or it will refuse to be stable at 4.4/3.7
SA depends on your ram and other system needs
LLC5 is a good place to start
other than that, I'd keep it simple to start for now.... If you are at 4.4/1.34, then you've likely found the wall already.
Found the wall? You don't mean that!
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You could probably push your cache up to at least 3.6 and try and push your ram, but 4.4 is a pretty firm wall on core without a God chip or extreme voltages.
    
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Found the wall? You don't mean that!
that depends... are you ready for SS or LN2 cooling? biggrin.gif

This chip just doesn't have the headroom of the prior generation over stock.... 4.2-4.4 is pretty normal.

You'll have to try, but if once you've played with it and read enough summaries of other people's OC experience you'll likely find you have to dump a lot of volts into it to get above a 4.4/1.35 setup and deal with the corresponding heat and risk.

As for the cache - see prior. It just won't be told what to do... 3.7/3.8 = WALL.
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that depends... are you ready for SS or LN2 cooling? biggrin.gif

This chip just doesn't have the headroom of the prior generation over stock.... 4.2-4.4 is pretty normal.

You'll have to try, but if once you've played with it and read enough summaries of other people's OC experience you'll likely find you have to dump a lot of volts into it to get above a 4.4/1.35 setup and deal with the corresponding heat and risk.

As for the cache - see prior. It just won't be told what to do... 3.7/3.8 = WALL.
I'm fine with 4.4Ghz. I'd like to hit 3.8Ghz cache though. Not going LN2 anytime soon I'm afraid.
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I'm fine with 4.4Ghz. I'd like to hit 3.8Ghz cache though. Not going LN2 anytime soon I'm afraid.
Start at 3.5 and work your way up. Running 3.5 with "Auto" gave me a pretty good idea where to start. You have to assume auto is going to give it more than it needs but @ 3.5 it shouldn't be terrible.
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Start at 3.5 and work your way up. Running 3.5 with "Auto" gave me a pretty good idea where to start. You have to assume auto is going to give it more than it needs but @ 3.5 it shouldn't be terrible.
What voltage would you recommend for cpu cache at 3.8Ghz cache?
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