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post #21 of 31
well i just go my 6800k this afternoon and i am happy to let u know that i am running at 4.4 ghz at 1.312 volts. man does this cpu scream but it seems that i hit a wall and cant get any further. maybe u can help me as heat is not an issue at idle i am sitting at 34 cel. and under load with aida64 it got as high as 55-58 and with intel burn test it got 65 cel. i have an msi x99a pro gaming carbon mobo.maybe there are some more options that i am not taking advantage of. as there are a ton of options. but i have no idea what any of them are.
THANKS IN ADVANCE
RUBEN
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well i just go my 6800k this afternoon and i am happy to let u know that i am running at 4.4 ghz at 1.312 volts. man does this cpu scream but it seems that i hit a wall and cant get any further. maybe u can help me as heat is not an issue at idle i am sitting at 34 cel. and under load with aida64 it got as high as 55-58 and with intel burn test it got 65 cel. i have an msi x99a pro gaming carbon mobo.maybe there are some more options that i am not taking advantage of. as there are a ton of options. but i have no idea what any of them are.
THANKS IN ADVANCE
RUBEN

That's how Broadwell-E is, voltage requirements become exponential very quickly.
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That's how Broadwell-E is, voltage requirements become exponential very quickly.
yeah no i found this out i was able to boot inot windows with a 4.5 clock but voltage had to be at 1.44 or there about. i just dont know about all of the voltage requirements. say i did buy a broadwell e chip from you guys what would the voltage requirements be across the board, meaning all of the voltage adjustments you would send with the instructions.
THANKS IN ADVANCE
RUBEN
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yeah no i found this out i was able to boot inot windows with a 4.5 clock but voltage had to be at 1.44 or there about. i just dont know about all of the voltage requirements. say i did buy a broadwell e chip from you guys what would the voltage requirements be across the board, meaning all of the voltage adjustments you would send with the instructions.
THANKS IN ADVANCE
RUBEN

We only change Vcore.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1623431/end-of-life-for-binned-haswell-skylake-and-broadwell-e-cpus/10#post_25895912
post #25 of 31
Would the target voltage and the target clock be the same for haswell-e specifically for a 5820k, if not could you provide the ones you used to use?

Thanks in advance!
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post #26 of 31
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Would the target voltage and the target clock be the same for haswell-e specifically for a 5820k, if not could you provide the ones you used to use?

Thanks in advance!

No, Haswell-E could not tolerate as much voltage as Broadwell-E. We used 1.296/4.4, 1.312/4.5, 1.328/4.6, 1.344/4.7.
post #27 of 31
So is it unable to get binned Broadwell-e chip from silicon lottery right now?
Is there still some in stock?
post #28 of 31
no they are all out i tried to get one from them too.
post #29 of 31
So in the Silicon Lottery experience archives, is it your opinion that one of Haswell-E or Broadwell-E is the better series for overclocking? You had mentioned a few posts back that Haswell-E couldn't seem to take voltage levels as high as Broadwell-E. Then there was early speculation that Broadwell-E would suffer with the smaller process and commensurately smaller die size trying to reject a nearly equivalent level of heat.

While there is a good bit of overclocking information in the "Haswell-E Leaderboard" thread, the "Broadwell-E Leaderboard" thread is void of any standings. I think you're in a unique position to comment on this question having seen more than a few samples of each.

I know Broadwell-E got and improved memory controller versus Haswell-E and as such is able to drive memory faster, but I'm curious specifically about core performance.
post #30 of 31
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So in the Silicon Lottery experience archives, is it your opinion that one of Haswell-E or Broadwell-E is the better series for overclocking? You had mentioned a few posts back that Haswell-E couldn't seem to take voltage levels as high as Broadwell-E. Then there was early speculation that Broadwell-E would suffer with the smaller process and commensurately smaller die size trying to reject a nearly equivalent level of heat.

While there is a good bit of overclocking information in the "Haswell-E Leaderboard" thread, the "Broadwell-E Leaderboard" thread is void of any standings. I think you're in a unique position to comment on this question having seen more than a few samples of each.

I know Broadwell-E got and improved memory controller versus Haswell-E and as such is able to drive memory faster, but I'm curious specifically about core performance.

No doubt Haswell-E clocked better, but Broadwell-E had a very slight IPC advantage. It basically becomes a wash between the two.
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