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So now the the broadwell cpus are fairly old how much vcore have you guys pushed and how long did they last im running 4.2ghz on 1.35 vcore with cache at 3600 using 1.18 riing voltage for mining my cpu wont really go any higher then 4.2 stable.

Used 1,37v since 6900k and 6850k was released. 4.4ghz on both. 1.25v cache for 3700 cache.
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cool id like to get more oc but im gonna need 1.4+ to get over 4.2.
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I’ve had mine at 1.4 for close to a year. No degradation noticed.
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1.27v vcore, 1.25v vcache. 4.2GHz core and 3.7GHz cache. Killed my 6950x in two moth
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1.25 V on cache sounds a bit high. I'd stick to 1.15 max.
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Read my sig, for months, except last weekend I had some unfortunate happenings ...

I moved to a new CaseLabs and pardon the pun but I'm no fan of fan cleaning. After assembling, draining, moving and filling I was drained (again with the bad puns). Being old and working on the floor cross-legged and on the knees does that, like EVERYTHING HURT!

Anyway after three-four hours of leak checking I powered up, it booted, and a sudden shut-down. Restarting keeps shutting down before post. ***? My temp readout readout is ~25c, but opening the case I do notice there's a large bubble by the CPU inlet that doesn't move and the hose is too warm.

Turns out the pump motor (which I replaced a year ago for good luck) isn't working anymore. I put the old one back and circulation returns. I figured I fried the CPU - trying to boot keeps looping with code bd. Out of desperation I press the MemOK! button and dang! I'm in the BIOS! Long story short, the DIMMs cooked - no OC over 2600. I put my old 3200 Ripjaws back in @ 3200, but the CPU appears fine @ 4500. Weird.

Which brings me to my next post so no need to quote this dumb story ...
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What's the best compromise DIMM kit for BW-E that's really good for next gens?
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What's the best compromise DIMM kit for BW-E that's really good for next gens?

Probably G.Skill Trident Z 3200C14.
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Probably G.Skill Trident Z 3200C14.
Running this 128G (8x16G) on SKLX.

It runs on both BWE and SKLX for me at sticker speeds BCLK=100, 3200C14 1.35v 14-14-14-34-1T (1T on SKL, not on BWE - that is still 2T - same dimms).

I've run it at 3600C16 as well, but I lose one channel (training fail during boot disables it) in that setting without further secondary/tertiary tuning. So, I'm not entirely sure what it can do beyond 3200C14, but boots and runs at that speed with 8x16G dimms, 8x8G (single side) or 4x8G _should_ have less/no trouble.

3200C14 won't top the benchmark charts, but it is one of the fastest kits on the market for real performance (random access) owing to the fast turn-around that 3200/14 represents relative to higher clock rate + higher clock count SKUs.
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Running this 128G (8x16G) on SKLX.

It runs on both BWE and SKLX for me at sticker speeds BCLK=100, 3200C14 1.35v 14-14-14-34-1T (1T on SKL, not on BWE - that is still 2T - same dimms).

I've run it at 3600C16 as well, but I lose one channel (training fail during boot disables it) in that setting without further secondary/tertiary tuning. So, I'm not entirely sure what it can do beyond 3200C14, but boots and runs at that speed with 8x16G dimms, 8x8G (single side) or 4x8G _should_ have less/no trouble.

3200C14 won't top the benchmark charts, but it is one of the fastest kits on the market for real performance (random access) owing to the fast turn-around that 3200/14 represents relative to higher clock rate + higher clock count SKUs.

Unfortunately that's the kit that went zap for me. It was a great kit. But they're going for double what I paid a year ago! eek.gif
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