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There is no in between. The upper side ratio is active until the high side temp is breached. Once the upper side temp is breached, the low side OC is active until the temp falls under the lower limit. Once the temp falls under the lower limit, the upper side ratio is active again until the high side temp is breached. Power savings states when idle still apply, of course.

got it. Last effective. thanks!

I was either over or under thinking... likely the later. redface.gif
Edited by Jpmboy - 6/16/16 at 7:33am
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Got 3 6800k's, none booting at 4,4GHz (tested till 1,4V, after that temps got too high) , best one seems stable at 4,3@1.37V-ish, 3,9 AVX and 3,6 uncore for now (going to be a 4,2GHz 24/7), the rest is going back.

A bit underwhelming, would have prefered a 4,5GHz 5820k but lower power consumption was an important factor.
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Got my 6850k.

First i had to cry about a dead pixel on my 4k screen. VERY bad start.......

After some tests i reached 4,3 Ghz stable at 1,24 vcore. 2 hours prime torture.

4,4 Ghz was not stable under 1,3 vcore, so i left this mystery unsolved. I don't want to exceed 1,3 volts.

Hello

What score with Cinebench R15 ?

Thanks
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With my 6850k I get about 1344 multi and 175-180 single core with a 4.3ghz overclock.

If memory matters I have 64gb @ 3200mhz 15-15-15-35 2T.

Edit: cache 34x ATM. Thanks Jpmboy
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With my 6850k I get about 1344 multi and 175-180 single core with a 4.3ghz overclock.

If memory matters I have 64gb @ 3200mhz 15-15-15-35 2T.

Cinebench R15 is very cache dependent... so comparisons really need to include the cache clock. smile.gif
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Cinebench R15 is very cache dependent... so comparisons really need to include the cache clock. smile.gif

Noted. Thanks I had forgotten to include that.

Tests were at 34x cache. I should be able to bump it up a bit more once I've stabilized after switching to variable voltages (been setting them manually up to this point).
    
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X99 Deluxe 2 was giving 1.368 to system agent voltage on auto mode. Setting it too offset, + 0.001 made it normal again. Didn't notice for a few days after benching a lot frown.gif Any idea why it was pumping this much voltage?
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X99 Deluxe 2 was giving 1.368 to system agent voltage on auto mode. Setting it too offset, + 0.001 made it normal again. Didn't notice for a few days after benching a lot frown.gif Any idea why it was pumping this much voltage?

Thats exactly what happened with my Deluxe, I forwarded the finding to Raja and he said that its for worst case scenarios. Doesn't make sense. They need to fix their BIOS.
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X99 Deluxe 2 was giving 1.368 to system agent voltage on auto mode. Setting it too offset, + 0.001 made it normal again. Didn't notice for a few days after benching a lot frown.gif Any idea why it was pumping this much voltage?

what BIOS version

and what memory kit


edit

i see last update on delux ii bios was 5/26... I'd suggest waiting a week or so until next BIOS update and see what that does. But it does depend on memory kit. Some of the newer high BW kits will auto at around 1.25V-1.32 VCCSA and this is not just on ASUS boards. This is usually a memory-CPU thing, not a 'broken BIOS is broken' thing. But these early BW-E BIOSes definitely have a lot of problems atm, so cross your fingers for an update next week and see what happens.

I haven't seen that with VCCSA but I did see VCCIO CPU Voltage on one of the first BW-E BIOSes was Insanely high and was fixed in the next version.. so could stil lbe bios related.
Edited by eatthermalpaste - 6/16/16 at 9:58am
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what BIOS version

and what memory kit


edit

i see last update on delux ii bios was 5/26... I'd suggest waiting a week or so until next BIOS update and see what that does. But it does depend on memory kit. Some of the newer high BW kits will auto at around 1.25V-1.32 VCCSA and this is not just on ASUS boards. This is usually a memory-CPU thing, not a 'broken BIOS is broken' thing. But these early BW-E BIOSes definitely have a lot of problems atm, so cross your fingers for an update next week and see what happens.

I haven't seen that with VCCSA but I did see VCCIO CPU Voltage on one of the first BW-E BIOSes was Insanely high and was fixed in the next version.. so could stil lbe bios related.
Latest BIOS, 0602.

It was a Ripjaws 64GB CL16 3400 dual channel kit.

This is supremely disappointing, it looks like 1.3+ VCCSA was considered to be unsafe on Haswell-E and the BIOS was setting it well above that.

Auto settings should ALWAYS err on the side of SAFETY.
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