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RealBench is really a good test for overall stability.
OCCT is really to be used if you want to reach "Golden" stability without generating power and heat as with P95 v28.xx.
OCCT is much more tough to pass than Realbench.

LOL since when?
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So this happened, finally I guess.

After rocking the 6800K for a couple weeks at 4.5ghz and 1.33v some funky stuff happened. I swapped soundcards to test another one out, and I was getting bluescreens in game (cs:go). I thought huh, weird. Did all drivers and whatnot, seemed to do nothing.

I lowered my OC to 4.4ghz, cache 3.7ghz, and ram to 3000. Stable.... Weird, right?

I raised JUST my cpu to 4.5ghz and same symptoms.... I guess the two week burn in finally happened.... Considering it ran OCCT for 6 hours straight one night at those settings.




Now i'm at 1.35Vcore 4.5ghz though and I have no problem rolleyes.gif

Bahahaha. Point proven.

OCCT sucks. Always has.

The only software from the Era of OCCT, P95, AIDA and oh what was that other one... made special for dual cores.... is P95 and AIDA for its cache test.

That's it. They have ALL been completely superceded by Real Bench. It's what we all use.

I've NEVER had a CPU be unstable after passing 8 hours of Realbench with Max ram usage.
Edited by nexxusty - 10/4/16 at 11:12am
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Well i've been running OCCT fine now for the passed uhhh about hour.

To the guy who said it wasn't stable, it passed OCCT, realbench, and AIDA at 4.5ghz 1.33vcore, but it just decided to burn itself in finally. Seems to be good at 1.35V now though, need be I can always go up a little more. rolleyes.gif


I'll have to bump my ram back up to 3200 and cache 3.8ghz after this has run for 5 more hours and then run it again once all is done and said. I had my cache voltage at 1.275 to get the 3.8ghz.
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Well i've been running OCCT fine now for the passed uhhh about hour.

To the guy who said it wasn't stable, it passed OCCT, realbench, and AIDA at 4.5ghz 1.33vcore, but it just decided to burn itself in finally. Seems to be good at 1.35V now though, need be I can always go up a little more. rolleyes.gif


I'll have to bump my ram back up to 3200 and cache 3.8ghz after this has run for 5 more hours and then run it again once all is done and said. I had my cache voltage at 1.275 to get the 3.8ghz.

Regardless.... you have a good chip there man.

Ya bastard.
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Regardless.... you have a good chip there man.

Ya bastard.

When did you buy yours? I'm starting to think the later ones made are a little more refined on the overclocking, since someone else here mentioned they got a good clocking one.

I got mine at the microcenter in NJ/Paterson if anyone is interested
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When did you buy yours? I'm starting to think the later ones made are a little more refined on the overclocking, since someone else here mentioned they got a good clocking one.

I got mine at the microcenter in NJ/Paterson if anyone is interested

Some dude on Kijiji two weeks ago. Could have had it for awhile who knows.

Got it for $600 CDN which is a good deal.

Made sure it wasn't a Intel Retail Edge chip too. Had bad luck with those OC wise.

It does 4.4ghz/3.7ghz. It's not horrible... just not a golden chip.
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Some dude on Kijiji two weeks ago. Could have had it for awhile who knows.

Got it for $600 CDN which is a good deal.

Made sure it wasn't a Intel Retail Edge chip too. Had bad luck with those OC wise.

It does 4.4ghz/3.7ghz. It's not horrible... just not a golden chip.

At least you got the cooling to push the sucker hard. Think of the people who get a turd and can only get 4.2ghz tongue.gif
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LOL since when?

Since you test it.
If you are Realbench stable and OCCT stable with same settings, it means you had a lot of margin with your settings for Realbench and you could optimise them.

But if you do an optimized stable overclock with Realbench, means just on the razor's edge of stability with Realbench (Not too much margin), then, if you run OCCT,you will probably crash in a few seconds or minutes.

OCCT requires roughly 30mV more on Vcore than Realbench (this is what I observed).

A lot of people here will tell you the same.

And if you are several hours OCCT stable, it is useless to run Realbench.
Edited by GRABibus - 10/4/16 at 12:09pm
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At least you got the cooling to push the sucker hard. Think of the people who get a turd and can only get 4.2ghz tongue.gif

True. Contingency plans are your friend when it comes to cooling. I can't even believe I used to air cool.

There are some sweet Noctuas though. I'll give them that. Still. Too big.

Really surprised that this thing doesn't go over 69c at 1.425v. Broadwell-E's are pretty tight. Definitely happy I upgraded from my 5930k. Paragon seems to like it too.

Love that game.
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Since you test it.
If you are Realbench stable and OCCT stable with same settings, it means you had a lot of margin with your settings for Realbench and you could optimise them.

But if you do an optimized stable overclock with Realbench, means just on the razor's edge of stability with Realbench (Not too much margin), then, if you run OCCT,you will probably crash in a few seconds or minutes.

OCCT requires roughly 30mV more on Vcore than Realbench (this is what I observed).

A lot of people here will tell you the same.

And if you are several hours OCCT stable, it is useless to run Realbench.

Well that means OCCT isn't the joke it once was....

So you're saying, without fail a Realbench stable OC will require 30mv more to be stable with OCCT?

I'm definitely going to try to call your bluff on this. If this was true... OCCT would be the only program worth using.
Edited by nexxusty - 10/4/16 at 12:37pm
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Well that means OCCT isn't the joke it once was....

So you're saying, without fail a Realbench stable OC will require 30mv more to be stable with OCCT?

I'm definitely going to try to call your bluff on this. If this was true... OCCT would be the only program worth using.

A lot of people use OCCT here.
i don't use it anymore at the moment as it is a lot of power induced in motherboard and CPU.

Maybe, if you are realbench stable, you will be OCCT stable for several hours with same settings.
but it means that your Realbench overclock has a lot of margin.

I give you an exemple : here is my Relabench stable overclock for my i7-5930K :


It is set for Vcore=1.23V adaptative and I never crash in Realbench with it.
If i decrease to 1.21Vadaptative, I crash in Realbench. So my overclock is optimised, with not too much margin.

If I run OCCT with the same settings, I crash in 30 seconds (I tried).
Edited by GRABibus - 10/4/16 at 12:44pm
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A lot of people use OCCT here.
i don't use it anymore at the moment as it is a lot of power induced in motherboard and CPU.

Maybe, if you are realbench stable, you will be OCCT stable for several hours with same settings.
but it means that your Realbench overclock has a lot of margin.

I give you an exemple : here is my Relabench stable overclock for my i7-5930K : Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

It is set for Vcore=1.23V adaptative and I never crash in Realbench with it.
If i decrease to 1.21Vadaptative, I crash in Realbench. So my overclock is optimised, with not too much margin.

If I run OCCT with the same settings, I crash in 30 seconds (I tried).

Nice. As a precaution, you should only use one sensor polling app at a time to avoid conflicts.
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