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post #31 of 36
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

With those symptoms that you described, maybe. If not then you're probably looking at mobo rather than the CPU itself
It runs stable using the integrated graphics for couple of hours.So for now i blame the gpu?Could in any case be driver related problem?
post #32 of 36
My 5820k - for the longest time - I could not get it stable at 4.4Ghz at 1.2v

It would work fine for the most part doing normal gaming and usual light system tasks, with the very occasional crash.

Yet struggle to pass 3 runs of RealBench though.

The ONLY things I changed in the BIOS was Auto Adaptive Voltage with + Offset, rather then a specific offset number (such as +0.025).

Also I set Multicore enhancement to Auto rather than disabled (I don't actually know if this made the difference though, along with the Adaptive voltage differences.)

Now I can pass RealBench at least 5 times and no crashes since in gaming or other things that would previously cause I crash.

I know it's not a 6700k but hey. Figured I'd throw it in here anyway.
post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by Tobe404 View Post

My 5820k - for the longest time - I could not get it stable at 4.4Ghz at 1.2v

It would work fine for the most part doing normal gaming and usual light system tasks, with the very occasional crash.

Yet struggle to pass 3 runs of RealBench though.

The ONLY things I changed in the BIOS was Auto Adaptive Voltage with + Offset, rather then a specific offset number (such as +0.025).

Also I set Multicore enhancement to Auto rather than disabled (I don't actually know if this made the difference though, along with the Adaptive voltage differences.)

Now I can pass RealBench at least 5 times and no crashes since in gaming or other things that would previously cause I crash.

I know it's not a 6700k but hey. Figured I'd throw it in here anyway.

The problem in my situation is that my system crashes even at stock settings without any overclock
post #34 of 36
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So for now i blame the gpu?Could in any case be driver related problem?

Yes and maybe, not sure. Try underclocking the GPU core and memory while testing.
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post #35 of 36
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Yes and maybe, not sure. Try underclocking the GPU core and memory while testing.

I removed the gpu completely and i don't have any crashes for the last 2 hours.I am pretty sure its the gpu,but cannot understand how a gpu can cause such problem in a cpu stability test.
post #36 of 36
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FIXED:It turned out that some program/driver that run in the backround would crash under system full load,making the gpu crash.
After exiting most programs from running in the background when performing the stress tests the problem was solved.
As a result i was able to get a stable overclock of 4.7Ghz 1.2950V.(8+ hours of testing)
Edited by miltos - 8/23/16 at 1:06pm
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