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As Praz said, it's not gonna be an XMP thing.
yeah - I've been running 3400c13 on 64GB for quite a while now... post up when you get it stable. Post and boot at 3600 should work. wink.gif
I noticed that most x99 boards need memory tuning. XMP doesn't always work perfectly. I'll let you know how the Corsair ram goes. Thanks fellas.
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What are you guys getting for OC on the 6800k?
Set XMP 2800MHz C14, vcore to 1.30v and 44x multiplier and passed Realbench 1hour. It also passed Realbench 30 minutes with vcore 1.321 and 45x multiplier. This is my first dealing with broadwell-e. Everything else is on auto. I'm picking up another 6800k tomorrow for a buddy and was going to see how that one did. What results are you all getting? thumb.gif

just got 6900k today, was waiting for skylake E...but patience failure...mine so far
44 with 1.34v prime 27.9 avx for 1 hour, 1.32v erred fairly quickly.
44 with 1.36v prime 28.5 avx/fma3 for 30 mins (so far), 1.35v erred on 1 core after 13 mins.
havent messed with RAM yet, uncore is 35 with 1.17v

24/7 will be 44 with ~1.36v, after a run hour prime run, then done with stress tests
realbench stable should be closer to prime 27.9 volts, havent run it yet, may out of curiosity.

45 with 1.38 is 3Dmark stable (ones tried so far)
46 will boot with 1.41, but wont run 3dmark with up to 1.46 so far.
be nice to get 46 to bench, but not flying so far.
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just got 6900k today, was waiting for skylake E...but patience failure...mine so far
44 with 1.34v prime 27.9 avx for 1 hour, 1.32v erred fairly quickly.
44 with 1.36v prime 28.5 avx/fma3 for 30 mins (so far), 1.35v erred on 1 core after 13 mins.
havent messed with RAM yet, uncore is 35 with 1.17v

24/7 will be 44 with ~1.36v, after a run hour prime run, then done with stress tests
realbench stable should be closer to prime 27.9 volts, havent run it yet, may out of curiosity.

45 with 1.38 is 3Dmark stable (ones tried so far)
46 will boot with 1.41, but wont run 3dmark with up to 1.46 so far.
be nice to get 46 to bench, but not flying so far.

hey bro - be careful running that kind of current thru your BWE... try something like x264 or handbrke before taking out the whip. wink.gif
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hey bro - be careful running that kind of current thru your BWE... try something like x264 or handbrke before taking out the whip. wink.gif

yeah, im done with prime...ran it 50 mins so good enough..now trying to get 4.6 3d stable, not going to well so far

then have to get mem to xmp setting 3200 ..I regret buying this annoying msi mobo last year, my first and last... with skylake will be going back to either asus or gb.
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I've been messing with this CPU for the last week. The 6950X. So far, I've been able to get 4.3 4 hour AIDA64 stability test stable at 1.295v. 4.4 is pretty stable at 1.355v, but the temps are creeping up into the 80s on a couple of cores and package temp...peak temps. Seems they usually sit around 68-75c. That seems pretty solid to me.

What I'm wondering...what kind of voltages are any of you with the 10 core monster, seeing for 4.5? 4.6? I don't really want to do any stability testing with those clocks...I'm not running a chiller, so....I'm sure temps would get out of control.

I've also considered using the ASUS Thermal Control Tool. What are everyone's experiences with it? Good? Bad? Indifferent?

Anyway...this is what I'm seeing after an hour and a half on AIDA64. Does that seem about right? Temps seem kinda high to me....



Admittedly, I'm not very adept at this yet...I'm still learning.
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I've been messing with this CPU for the last week. The 6950X. So far, I've been able to get 4.3 4 hour AIDA64 stability test stable at 1.295v. 4.4 is pretty stable at 1.355v, but the temps are creeping up into the 80s on a couple of cores and package temp...peak temps. Seems they usually sit around 68-75c. That seems pretty solid to me.

What I'm wondering...what kind of voltages are any of you with the 10 core monster, seeing for 4.5? 4.6? I don't really want to do any stability testing with those clocks...I'm not running a chiller, so....I'm sure temps would get out of control.

I've also considered using the ASUS Thermal Control Tool. What are everyone's experiences with it? Good? Bad? Indifferent?

Anyway...this is what I'm seeing after an hour and a half on AIDA64. Does that seem about right? Temps seem kinda high to me....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Admittedly, I'm not very adept at this yet...I'm still learning.
IF you set an adaptive voltage and use the ATCT, you can probably get away with 9x44/1x45 or 9x45/1x46 (fav core).
Read this is you have not already.
I run 9x45/1x46 quite a bit with the ATCT using 1.45V in bios (adaptive) set the ATCT to downclock to 4.3 @ 1.281V when the package temp > 65C. Use Asus RB to test: you can loop the image editing as a low current high clock stress test, and you already know how to test the high current/temperatuire clock. thumb.gif
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Just as well you are kidding. smile.gif

Intel has an electron microscope with which they can check causes of failure. It's not something they use all the time, but if the RMA rates become abnormal, it causes preventative measures to be taken in future architectures.
Good info, glad intel doesn't use that electron microscope to deny RMAs smile.gif
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Well, here's my WC-OC (Wimpy Cache - 3710 @ 1.29v). I did a slightly unconventional DRAM timing, but it got through 80 mins of GSAT. Sigh - I miss that 3836, don't miss 1.36v thumb.gif


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Anybody found a differential benchmark between 6850k and 5930k?
Currently wondering which one to get for 4k gaming in sli...
Some bench state 5930k overclock higher but it seems 6850k has better perf for less clock.
It seems that the all bottleneck idea that prevents me from going for skylake is full bs but broadwell-e seems more future proof
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Some say HWE 5.1/5.2 equals BWE at 4.4.

Not sure if I believe that.

I get 1810 with my HWE 5960X @4500/4000 + crappy mem in CB R15.

What do you guys get with your BWE 6900K on CB R15 OCed? smile.gif

I believe the difference is minor. Biggest thing is that you might/will get a better IMC.

The added IPC goes away when HWE can clock a little further. I think at least.

EDIT: One guy at my local forum got 1753 in R15 with 6900K @4300/stock cache + 3200mhz 16-16-16-32 2T.
Edited by GreedyMuffin - 8/11/16 at 3:20am
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