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When enabling X.M.P it increases some value from 100.00MHz to 125.00MHz. Forgot the name and I'm pretty sure it's not base clock.

Check what core and uncore frequency it is running right now in Operating System and I'll tell you what to change.

Use HWMonitor (Hwinfo64 works too) and/or CPU-Z to get better voltage, temperature and clock speed readings.

Yes, When I Enabled XMP CPU Strap and BCLK Frequency changed from 100MHz to 125MHz as I said on my 1st post.
because my ram speed is above 2666MHz (3000MHz)
you can see in this image ( http://up.ibda3gate.com/do.php?img=5685 )

Core = 4.5 ( 36 x 125 = 4500 ) 1.250v = Manual
uncore = 4.25 ( 34 x 125 = 4250 ) 1.440=Auto
Edited by Basem88 - 9/29/16 at 12:29am
post #12 of 34
The CPU is going to die pretty quickly with those voltages.

1.2-1.35v for CPU VCore voltage.

1.1-1.25 for ring / cache voltage.

Is that 1.750v for VRIN / Eventual / Input voltage?
Edited by benjamen50 - 9/28/16 at 11:57pm
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post #13 of 34
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The CPU is going to die pretty quickly with those voltages.

1.2-1.35v for CPU VCore voltage.

1.1-1.25 for ring / cache voltage.

I just change uncore = 30 with 1.2v Auto
post #14 of 34
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The CPU is going to die pretty quickly with those voltages.

1.2-1.35v for CPU VCore voltage.

1.1-1.25 for ring / cache voltage.

Is that 1.750v for VRIN / Eventual / Input voltage?

I just change uncore = 30 with 1.2v Auto

CPU Input voltage = 1.9 Auto
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Yes, When I Enabled XMP CPU Strap and BCLK Frequency changed from 100MHz to 125MHz as I said on my 1st post.
because my ram speed is above 2666MHz (3000MHz)
you can see in this image ( http://up.ibda3gate.com/do.php?img=5685 )

Core = 4.5 ( 36 x 125 = 4500 ) 1.750v = Manual
uncore = 4.25 ( 34 x 125 = 4250 ) 1.440=Auto

1.7v? vcore??????  Im surprized your cpu aint fried yet.   1.4v uncore??????  OMG>>>>>>    TURN THAT DOWN NOW>>> BOTH OF THEM>

 

And auto voltage when you OC will always use more vcore then you need.

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1.7v? vcore??????  Im surprized your cpu aint fried yet.   1.4v uncore??????  OMG>>>>>>    TURN THAT DOWN NOW>>> BOTH OF THEM>

And auto voltage when you OC will always use more vcore then you need.

lol xD
Sorry guys, my bad, I was writing while eating.
Its 1.275v not 1.750v
and 1.2v uncore
Edited by Basem88 - 9/29/16 at 12:31am
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lol xD
Sorry guys, my bad, I was writing while eating.
Its 1.275v not 1.750v
and 1.2v uncore

HAHA thank god man,  those kind of volts can easily fry your chip. 

 

Also cpuz voltage wont change to show real time voltage.   Use something like HWiNFO64, and when u load it pick sensor only.  Then you can see real time stats from just about EVERYTHING.

 

And see what your voltage is idle with hw64, it should be like .8 when idle.   And im pretty sure windows power plan only effects your multiplier which really does nothing.  You want windows performance on max, with all C stats in bios ON so at idle your voltage goes down. 

 

With such good LOAD temps only thing i can think of causing high idle temps is the voltage.  So knowing exact voltage while idle might give you an idea. 


Edited by Dragonsyph - 9/29/16 at 12:37am
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HAHA thank god man,  those kind of volts can easily fry your chip. 

Also cpuz voltage wont change to show real time voltage.   Use something like HWiNFO64, and when u load it pick sensor only.  Then you can see real time stats from just about EVERYTHING.

And see what your voltage is idle with hw64, it should be like .8 when idle.   And im pretty sure windows power plan only effects your multiplier which really does nothing.  You want windows performance on max, with all C stats in bios ON so at idle your voltage goes down. 

With such good LOAD temps only thing i can think of causing high idle temps is the voltage.  So knowing exact voltage while idle might give you an idea. 

Now, this is idle with power plan on Balanced: http://up.ibda3gate.com/do.php?img=5695

And this is idle with power plan on High Performance: http://up.ibda3gate.com/do.php?img=5696
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Now, this is idle with power plan on Balanced: http://up.ibda3gate.com/do.php?img=5695

And this is idle with power plan on High Performance: http://up.ibda3gate.com/do.php?img=5696

By looking at the Vcore at idle i can tell you do not have C stats on. 

 

You can click C stats button on real temp and see if any are on.  But you need real temp TI


Edited by Dragonsyph - 9/29/16 at 1:15am
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By looking at the Vcore at idle i can tell you do not have C stats on. 

You can click C stats button on real temp and see if any are on.  But you need real temp TI

I really dont understands what is that mean and what is C-states

here is the image: http://up.ibda3gate.com/do.php?img=5697
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