Originally Posted by dirtyred
Intel might be setting VID individually but I have no clue what they've done (or ASUS)
. On stock settings RealBench crashes in the first few minutes. I have to raise the voltage manually from auto to make it stable. On the ASUS ROG forums they say this is normal behaviour. Excuse me?!
A true statistical chart would include multiple frequencies with settings for each CPU or batch number so if somebody doesn't want or can't (because of cooling or other limitations) overclock that far, he could pretty much copy the settings and expect a decent stability. That would include every multiplier from stock to max. But that's pretty time consuming so I don't expect anyone to do that.
what has you "befuddled". wait - are you the guy with the bent socket pins?
Originally Posted by done12many2
Aren't you part of the problem that you have with the current "competition" chart?
You want a "true statistical chart" with "multiple frequencies with settings for each CPU or batch number", but you don't want to post your current overclock results because you want to wait for better cooling and post a better (more competitive) OC?
Originally Posted by becks
I don't know the exact terminology and I am not in front of my pc at the moment but my m8i motherboard has an option in bios to use asus algorithm or intel for the vid (or something of that nature, as I said I don't have the exact terminology).. which might be the answer why yours was not working...
I suspect you are referring to the Multicore Enhancement, this only affects the per-core max turbo multiplier when the system is used at stock (Auto). Once you overclock and set a multiplier manually, neither the Intel ME or ASus ME are enabled.
Originally Posted by rt123
Can't come soon enough. I want to do some 3D, Ryzen ain't gonna cut it & BW-E I ain't buyin it.
yeah.. just don't plug it into something like this:
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(lol - couldn't resist - nice job in the GSkill comp
Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie
I have dismal luck with RAM OCing, if I can just get the stuff to run 3600 C15 I'll be stoked. I bet the 3600 C16 kit is cheaper, though.
the 3600c16 kit is a good one, and yes. Cheaper. I find the c15s to be a bit more "pliable" with 24/7 settings. tknight is correct tho, the c16s can bench as well. It's a chance thing tho, the c15 I have actually work better at high clocks and voltage than the 4266c19-19-19 kit I have, but nearly identically in the 3600-3866 range. Edited by Jpmboy - 4/18/17 at 9:48am