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Username: becks
CPU Model: 7700k
Base Clock: 100
Core Multiplier: 51
Core Frequency: 5100
Cache Frequency: 5100
Vcore in UEFI: 1.360
Vcore Non-Avx: 1.376
Vcore Avx: 1.392
FCLK: Reminder: 1000
Cooling Solution: Delidded, NH-D14
Stability Test: 8 hours RealBench v.2.54

Batch Number: L642G264 (Nice anagram Intel smile.gif )
Ram Speed: (3733 16-16-16-28-1T) F4-3200C15D-32GTZ
VCCIO: 1.08750
VCCSA: 1.13750
Ram Voltage: 1.395
Motherboard: Maximus VIII Impact
LLC Setting: 6
Misc Comments: Adaptive voltage.
No AVX offset.
All C states / Speed Step / SpeedShift enabled.
PLL Termination V 0.910
PCH V: 1.0250
CPU Standby: 1.00
IA AC / IA DC Load line: 0.01
MRC / Fast Boot: Enable
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



EDIT: Have to stop here for now due to temperature.
71-73 Load Non-Avx
77-82 Load Avx
Gelid GC Extreme IHS - Cooler
Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut under IHS
Edited by becks - 4/22/17 at 10:08am
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post #2082 of 2831
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Originally Posted by becks View Post

Username: becks
CPU Model: 7700k
Base Clock: 100
Core Multiplier: 51
Core Frequency: 5100
Cache Frequency: 5100
Vcore in UEFI: 1.360
Vcore Non-Avx: 1.376
Vcore Avx: 1.392
FCLK: Reminder: 1000
Cooling Solution: Delidded, NH-D14
Stability Test: 8 hours RealBench v.2.54

Batch Number: L642G264 (Nice anagram Intel smile.gif )
Ram Speed: (3733 16-16-16-28-1T) F4-3200C15D-32GTZ
VCCIO: 1.08750
VCCSA: 1.13750
Ram Voltage: 1.395
Motherboard: Maximus VIII Impact
LLC Setting: 6
Misc Comments: Adaptive voltage.
No AVX offset.
All C states / Speed Step / SpeedShift enabled.
PLL Termination V 0.910
PCH V: 1.0250
CPU Standby: 1.00
IA AC / IA DC Load line: 0.01
MRC / Fast Boot: Enable
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



EDIT: Have to stop here for now due to temperature.
71-73 Load Non-Avx
77-82 Load Avx
Gelid GC Extreme IHS - Cooler
Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut under IHS

And there goes another 5100ghz stable 7700k . It feels like its becoming a standart smile.gif

Good job man !
post #2083 of 2831
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Originally Posted by scracy View Post

Personally I would not exceed 1.4V 24/7 with C states enabled assuming temps are ok. That said whilst voltage does play a part it's mostly current that kills CPU's so I guess it comes down to what you use your P.C for, constant heavy work loads obviously isn't going to help.

The Intel datasheet for the 7th Gen Intel® Processor Family for S Platforms suggests a maximum operating voltage of 1.52 for a 7700k. See Table 7-2 pg.144

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/7th-gen-core-family-desktop-s-processor-lines-datasheet-vol-1.html

Unless I am missing something, provide temps are in check and the measurement of vcore is 'real', it is safe to use up to 1.52V thumb.gif
Edited by skingun - 4/22/17 at 10:51am
post #2084 of 2831
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Originally Posted by MaKeN View Post

And there goes another 5100ghz stable 7700k . It feels like its becoming a standart smile.gif

Good job man !

Thank you smile.gif 5.2 and up is to big of a jump with my current cooling but will try some more settings when I get under water.
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post #2085 of 2831
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Originally Posted by skingun View Post

The Intel datasheet for the 7th Gen Intel® Processor Family for S Platforms suggests a maximum operating voltage of 1.52 for a 7700k. See Table 7-2 pg.144

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/7th-gen-core-family-desktop-s-processor-lines-datasheet-vol-1.html

Would that be like 1.52 v. 24/7 ?

Well asuming that this is not for a dellidet cpu and that they know that the chip is hot itself and on 1.5 even hotter... sound kinda fantastic in our favor smile.gif
Edited by MaKeN - 4/22/17 at 10:53am
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Originally Posted by skingun View Post

The Intel datasheet for the 7th Gen Intel® Processor Family for S Platforms suggests a maximum operating voltage of 1.52 for a 7700k. See Table 7-2 pg.144

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/7th-gen-core-family-desktop-s-processor-lines-datasheet-vol-1.html

Unless I am missing something, provide temps are in check and the measurement of vcore is 'real', it is safe to use up to 1.52V thumb.gif

No, that only means that according to VID table the CPU in theory could request up to 1.52v, NOT that it's a safe voltage to be delivered to the CPU by the VRM to use 24/7 regardless of temps.
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Originally Posted by skingun View Post

The Intel datasheet for the 7th Gen Intel® Processor Family for S Platforms suggests a maximum operating voltage of 1.52 for a 7700k. See Table 7-2 pg.144

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/7th-gen-core-family-desktop-s-processor-lines-datasheet-vol-1.html
I was aware of the 1.52V Intel spec but personally for 24/7 use I would not run it that high, maybe for benchmarks occasionally that's fine. I can't quite remember where I read it might have been on another forum but 1.4V for Skylake (closest thing to Kabylake) was the equivalent to 1.3V for Haswell. Truth is nobody really knows at this stage, time will tell.
post #2088 of 2831
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Originally Posted by MaKeN View Post

Would that be like 1.52 v. 24/7 ?

The table refers to notes 1, 2, 3, 7 and 12. Note 7 states 'Long term reliability cannot be assured in conditions above or below Min/Max function limits. One would infer that provided the max is not exceeded long term stability is viable. However, as we all, know assumption is the mother of all evil. Without a comment directly from Intel I would hesitate to give a solid answer.

I'm running my chip with vcore at 1.4v in BIOS using adaptive mode which gives a range of 1.264v to 1.440v in HWiNFO64 v5.50-3130. Granted this is still a long way from 1.52v. The CPU temperature peaks at 76 degrees running at 5Ghz with 0 AVX offfset. Yes, my CPU is a potato rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by Frosted racquet View Post

No, that only means that according to VID table the CPU in theory could request up to 1.52v, NOT that it's a safe voltage to be delivered to the CPU by the VRM to use 24/7 regardless of temps.

If the CPU could potentially request this, and referring to note 7 in the table, how could it not be safe? Please excuse me ignorance.
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If the CPU could potentially request this, and referring to note 7 in the table, how could it not be safe? Please excuse me ignorance.
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