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Username: wholeeo
CPU Model: i7-7700K
Base Clock: 100.
Core Multiplier: 52
Core Frequency: 5200
Cache Frequency: 4800
Vcore in UEFI: 1.385
Vcore: 1.395
FCLK: 1000
Cooling Solution: Delidded / Watercooling
Stability Test: Realbench 2.54 8 Hours Stress Test

Batch Number: Malaysia L639G010
Ram Speed: 3600 18-18-18-38 CR2
Ram Voltage: 1.43
VCCIO: 1.169
VCCSA: 1.277
Motherboard: Asus Z270G Strix
LLC Setting: 7
Misc Comments: No AVX Offset utilized.



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Thanks!
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Nice CPU indeed. thumb.gif

NVM.
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Originally Posted by seven7thirty30 View Post
Originally Posted by skingun View Post
Originally Posted by patman-dk View Post
Originally Posted by wholeeo View Post

Charted.
seven, I'm looking for the vcore measurement not the VID under load for the chart.

 

Sample Size 40  
Average OC 5.06 Median OC 5.10
Average Vcore 1.37 Median Vcore

1.37

 
Originally Posted by stryfetew View Post
 

No picture confirmation found, charted into secondary chart.

   
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I just wanted to thank you for this guide! It was really helpful to me in overclocking my 7700k to 5.1 GHz (4.8 GHz uncore) at 1.47 volts (~1.44-1.45 V under load) on my GA Z270X Gaming 7 which passed a 1 hour OCCT stress test. Still had some issues getting my RAM from above 3866 MHz, but a quality OC nonetheless.

I actually just sold that PC (for a little profit of course) and I am building a new extreme PC. Unfortunately, that means I cannot give you proof This time I am going to get an ASUS IX Hero instead of going gigabyte, which i purchased due to familiarity with their bios. I am looking forward to it learning the new bios and uploading my results. The PC should be all built by this Friday and I will hopefully have some results to show you all within a few days.

I do have one suggestion: perhaps you could start requesting people to include their PSU in the form? It is my understanding that the quality of PSU can seriously affect the voltage regulation. Thus, certain PSUs provide significantly more stable voltage to the motherboard and subsequently, the CPU. This can result in a much more stable OC at a given voltage than if the identical chip is being supplied power by a lower quality PSU.
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I just wanted to thank you for this guide! It was really helpful to me in overclocking my 7700k to 5.1 GHz (4.8 GHz uncore) at 1.47 volts (~1.44-1.45 V under load) on my GA Z270X Gaming 7 which passed a 1 hour OCCT stress test. Still had some issues getting my RAM from above 3866 MHz, but a quality OC nonetheless.

I actually just sold that PC (for a little profit of course) and I am building a new extreme PC. Unfortunately, that means I cannot give you proof This time I am going to get an ASUS IX Hero instead of going gigabyte, which i purchased due to familiarity with their bios. I am looking forward to it learning the new bios and uploading my results. The PC should be all built by this Friday and I will hopefully have some results to show you all within a few days.

I do have one suggestion: perhaps you could start requesting people to include their PSU in the form? It is my understanding that the quality of PSU can seriously affect the voltage regulation. Thus, certain PSUs provide significantly more stable voltage to the motherboard and subsequently, the CPU. This can result in a much more stable OC at a given voltage than if the identical chip is being supplied power by a lower quality PSU.

Thank you for the kind words, and I will consider it.

   
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Really?
I live in the USA and I first started a case with Intel, then they insisted that I cross ship my processor to solve all my problems with Voltage, it was painless, free and fast.smile.gif
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I do have one suggestion: perhaps you could start requesting people to include their PSU in the form? It is my understanding that the quality of PSU can seriously affect the voltage regulation. Thus, certain PSUs provide significantly more stable voltage to the motherboard and subsequently, the CPU. This can result in a much more stable OC at a given voltage than if the identical chip is being supplied power by a lower quality PSU.
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Thank you for the kind words, and I will consider it.

I was thinking about the same thing. A good PSU might be a huge factor in overclocking but it should be tested with multiple PSU's including cheaper ones using the same OC settings. But I suspect that it mostly affects VRM's lifetime as those have to work harder. Maybe somebody did it already and posted it somewhere on the internet.


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I live in the USA and I first started a case with Intel, then they insisted that I cross ship my processor to solve all my problems with Voltage, it was painless, free and fast.smile.gif

Yeah, I would have expected that in the USA but not in Hungary where Intel is not present only in neighbour countries. Did you wrote them an email or how did you contact them?
    
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I was thinking about the same thing. A good PSU might be a huge factor in overclocking but it should be tested with multiple PSU's including cheaper ones using the same OC settings. But I suspect that it mostly affects VRM's lifetime as those have to work harder. Maybe somebody did it already and posted it somewhere on the internet.
Yeah, I would have expected that in the USA but not in Hungary where Intel is not present only in neighbour countries. Did you wrote them an email or how did you contact them?

Check out this source which is quoting a supposed expert:

https://www.hardocp.com/article/2015/02/27/how_does_my_power_supply_impact_overclocking/?m=0

The fact is that a PSU that supplies a more constant voltage and has significantly improved ripple control can DEFINITELY help with overclocking your CPU and GPU.
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Check out this source which is quoting a supposed expert:

https://www.hardocp.com/article/2015/02/27/how_does_my_power_supply_impact_overclocking/?m=0

The fact is that a PSU that supplies a more constant voltage and has significantly improved ripple control can DEFINITELY help with overclocking your CPU and GPU.

aww come one
it doesn't say it's a huge factor
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Ripple/noise have what I would call a moderate amount of impact on overclocking per se in the short term unless the values are massively out of specification. However, the closer you are to a clean output the less work that is done by the downstream VRMs, MOSFETs, and capacitors. Less work means the less wear


same about voltage stability

of course it could hinder you're OC


however traditionally people that build custom PC's (especailly for overclocking) have gone with too high rated PSU's from some good brand anyways

I would even venture so far that it would be hard to find a really bad PSU these days
it's not like you're gonna save big bucks on being cheap on the PSU
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