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Hey guys. Have OC my 6900k to 4.2 . But 1.245Vcore its ok ? or i need more or less ?? smile.gif
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Depending of the mainboard but a good airflow will be enough for 4.2Ghz IMO thumb.gif

Asus X99-Deluxe II

(so 8 phases power supply (like the Rampage V 10e), and MOSFETS 50A (unlike the Rampage which are given fro 60A)
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I see, so no more 60A 3550, now the Deluxe II is using the newer (50A rated) IR3556 PowIRstage

You should be fine, certainly
Consider my micro-atx X99M WS using the powerful 60 amps 3550 with a slim (yet double, fin type) cooler:





So far so good specool.gif
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guys, in my opinion, I have a conclusion in OC:

you need 2 software.

1- OCCT large data set 3 hours for CPU

pass, step 2:

2- HCI memtest 1700% for OC RAM & Ring (HCI memtest also stress the cache not only the RAM)

you can finish OC PC in less than one day without tons of software.
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Originally Posted by ELIAS-EH View Post

guys, in my opinion, I have a conclusion in OC:

you need 2 software.

1- OCCT large data set 3 hours for CPU

pass, step 2:

2- HCI memtest 1700% for OC RAM & Ring (HCI memtest also stress the cache not only the RAM)

you can finish OC PC in less than one day without tons of software.

It takes you one day only for the Hci 1700% lol (in case you've magically found all the right and proper settings & voltages) tongue.gif
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Roughly 7 or more hours for 2000% on the latest HCI @ 32GB on mine.

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Same run. Just have to Open/Close monitoring apps to get the SS.
Edited by mus1mus - 4/30/17 at 4:49pm
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Originally Posted by Madness11 View Post

Hey guys. Have OC my 6900k to 4.2 . But 1.245Vcore its ok ? or i need more or less ?? smile.gif
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Originally Posted by arrow0309 View Post

It takes you one day only for the Hci 1700% lol (in case you've magically found all the right and proper settings & voltages) tongue.gif

no it takes me 3 weeks, but I means that we need only 2 software for OC.
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Hi, I tried with your settings and got errors in Hci (with tWR and tRFC set only)
Tried with step by step re-setting all sec timings to auto first and then increasing the primary timings back to 14-14-14-34-2T and I'm still getting Gsat errors.
All running at 3400, 1.45v and also the both vttddr increased to 0.72500 thinking.gif
Not good overclocking ram kit?
Shall I try 3466 (with different timings)?
Depending of the mainboard but a good airflow will be enough for 4.2Ghz IMO thumb.gif

Oh well, I don;t know which... could be the board or the kit, but before trying 3400, be sure to clrcmos to flush out all ram parameters.

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Does it really need VSA that high or did you switch VCCIO and VSA voltyage in your post? yeah, run 20 and divide 90% of the installed ram equally between them.

Thanks for the reply. I tried to lower VCCSA and get errors. I also tried to increase VCCIO and I get errors even with 10 to 30 mv. I ran HCI with 20 instances stable for 500%+ 1.360v DRAM 1.195v VCSSA and 0.960v VCCIO. I will run a memory/cache benchmark and see how 3200MHz performs. I received my Titan Xp so I have been playing with that toy. thumb.gif
    
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I see, so no more 60A 3550, now the Deluxe II is using the newer (50A rated) IR3556 PowIRstage

You should be fine, certainly
Consider my micro-atx X99M WS using the powerful 60 amps 3550 with a slim (yet double, fin type) cooler:





So far so good specool.gif

let me ask differently : would it hurt to go with the mobo block ? (eg by getting slightly lesser cooling on the CPU, or any other side effect ?)

My rationale : pricing is awfully similar (20$ difference), and from what I understand, worst case it would do nothing, best case it would help a little with OC.
Am I missing something ?
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