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I'll let you ask Scone wink.gif

Lol.

Sour are we?

I figured I'd get exactly that response. Predictable.
post #2312 of 7457
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

Lol.

Sour are we?

I figured I'd get exactly that response. Predictable.

Strange, so did I. wink.gif
post #2313 of 7457
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Originally Posted by DADDYDC650 View Post

LoL. I kid, I kid. I have a perfectly good chip so no point in doing harm to it. Question, what's the max safe 24/7 CPU cache voltage?


Can't say for sure, but I tend to stay under 1.30V if I'm using the CPU for encoding.
post #2314 of 7457
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Strange, so did I. wink.gif

Guess we're both predictable then.... smile.gif
post #2315 of 7457
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Guess we're both predictable then.... smile.gif

Yup, I'm ever the realist. Gets me into trouble with the tinfoil types, heh. smile.gif
post #2316 of 7457
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Yup, I'm ever the realist. Gets me into trouble with the tinfoil types, heh. smile.gif

Nothing wrong with that....the people who can't admit fault or take a joke probably shouldn't be here anyway.

I'm not even a stranger to saying the odd idiotic comment myself. You might know something about this.... lol.
post #2317 of 7457
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

Nothing wrong with that....the people who can't admit fault or take a joke probably shouldn't be here anyway.

I'm not even a stranger to saying the odd idiotic comment myself. You might know something about this.... lol.


Yeah, I've seen some lulus from ya smile.gif Can't say that's not expected on forums, it happens to a lot of people.
post #2318 of 7457
I had to adjust a few things together because one seems to affect the other.

I changed VCCIO from Auto (1.256v) to 1.1
I changed VCCSA from Auto (1.248v) to 1.05v
I changed VCCIN from Auto to 1.950v
When I did the above 3 changes, VCCIN went to 1.985v in windows so I had to go into the BIOS and change LLC to 5 in order to get VCCIN back down to 1.950v

I know I'm not suppose to change more than one thing at a time, so I may need to go back to defaults and try again but I didn't like the high stock voltages. Now I'm getting a Driver IQ Not less than or Equal to Error BSOD. Ideas?

The windows log Bug Check was 0xd1

I have since changed VCCSA to 1.08v and I'm getting random error messages from different programs just sitting at idle. I know it's not the smarted thing to change 2-3 things at once, but the Auto settings seem very far off from what I've read in this thread. Which one would you guys start with?

Another Driver IRQ Not less than or equal to error within 15 minutes of RealBench. TIme to go back and make one change at at time I guess.

I'm back in Auto on all 3. VCCIO is 1.256v VCCSA is 1.240v and VCCIN is 1.936v. I know that seems...I'm dealing with a DPC Watch Dog Violation preventing me from updating windows 10 to the latest anniversary edition and I think the overclock may be a factor...or maybe not?

It seems odd to me that lowering VCCIO and VCCSA would raise VCCIN so significantly, but I'm still very much learning about how all of this works.
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Overclocking my 6800k to 4.4Ghz was pretty fast and easy. Thanks to a quick 12 min video on YouTube and some helpful suggestions from some good folks at OCN. thumb.gif
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Basic overclocking is fast and easy. But once you start digging into all the different settings it gets complicated and time consuming. If I just leave most of the settings on Auto, my system is happy as can be at 4.3ghz with a Vcore of 1.310. Unfortunately that would mean ignoring the extremely high values set by AUTO for VCCIO and VCCSA

Also, is anyone else getting a DPC WatchDog Violation error when attempting to do the Windows 10 anniversary update?
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