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1: That i can aggree on that 1.425volts on core is maximum before cpu starts degrading at incresed rate and i could call it a FACT.
2: But what we are saying is that cpu wont get shot killed by running it at 1.45 or 1.5 that we proven and that is also a FACT.

Once i get Zen+ ill set 1.5 llc4 and start torture tests to see if that gonna kill cpu and record it on Gopro post here. That should be around 240 watts in to the cpu.

Its like my 2500k@5ghz was running 1.52 volts for 5 YEARS that intel said its MAX. And its still running in my sister's pc so its likealmost 7 years now. Cpu have not degraded still stable notchin been changed after iw set it up smile.gif


Fact is things can go wrong with Anything. You can keep PC stock and something can die. Like psu can blow up and fry rest of pc. Or thunderstorm can come and kill all electronics in Your home (my mates flat back in Polan 2x tv pc and fridge in one go).

Or i was driving to Birmingham two months ago and hit some bird at around 100mph. What are chances that basterd avoided bumper and hit my radiator just by bottom mount to knock it off the car. Radiator fell dow off ripped hoses. Lucky my track car is low so got stuck by chasis and header and i grinded it down on the street.
What chances of that happening are there ?? No other damage besides Hoses and Radiator !!!
Even got video as proof biggrin.gif when i took radiator off to fit new in LOL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30skpl26N8M

1: That's no fact but an estimation of some very knowledgeable people and i think some of this is coming from Asus or AMD engineers directly..

2: Also not an fact because you haven't proven it otherwise..

I am sorry to ask this, but do you even know what an fact is to begin with?

As soon as you did your little testing methodology at 1.45 or higher vcore, its not a fact..
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If it gives error @8 Gb and 8 threads I won't test it any further, it is unstable. What idea?
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If it gives error @8 Gb and 8 threads I won't test it any further, it is unstable. What idea?

 

Are you only OCing the RAM, or is your CPU OCd also? If so, either loosen the CAS timings a bit on the ram, or dial back the OC on the CPU a bit. That or add some DRAM voltage (if below 1.5v) or maybe add or lower SoC voltage. 

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Are you only OCing the RAM, or is your CPU OCd also? If so, either loosen the CAS timings a bit on the ram, or dial back the OC on the CPU a bit. That or add some DRAM voltage (if below 1.5v) or maybe add or lower SoC voltage. 

I did all you said. 1.35-1.8V RAM tested, CL14-15-16 with several subtiming combination. I just found 3333 stable +3k HCI @16t/12200Mb and memtest overnight.

If I want to test, for example, 3466Mhz, I don't really need to test further if with 8Gb and 8threads gives error. You want me to test 16t/12Gb if already I have errors with 8Gb/8t ?

"Oh it is only 1k... HCI.... that proves you are not 3k stable!!"

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I did all you said. 1.35-1.8V RAM tested, CL14-15-16 with several subtiming combination. I just found 3333 stable +3k HCI @16t/12200Mb and memtest overnight.

If I want to test, for example, 3466Mhz, I don't really need to test further if with 8Gb and 8threads gives error. You want me to test 16t/12Gb if already I have errors with 8Gb/8t ?

"Oh it is only 1k... HCI.... that proves you are not 3k stable!!"

 

Nowhere did I suggest continuing testing, if it's not stable, it's not stable. it sounds like 3333 may be your limit. be glad it's higher than the 3200 I managed.

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Nowhere did I suggest continuing testing, if it's not stable, it's not stable. it sounds like 3333 may be your limit. be glad it's higher than the 3200 I managed.

Well, I had news of my stability days ago. I was @ 3333Mhz and HCI +3k stable and TPU 8 hours stable with 1T+Geardown Enabled and I happened to make the Windows Memory Diagnostic test and it gave me one single error (overnight) that, with 2T, it does not give.

So, would you stay at "1.5T" or 2T?

BTW here is 3k.

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1: That's no fact but an estimation of some very knowledgeable people and i think some of this is coming from Asus or AMD engineers directly..

2: Also not an fact because you haven't proven it otherwise..

I am sorry to ask this, but do you even know what an fact is to begin with?

As soon as you did your little testing methodology at 1.45 or higher vcore, its not a fact..
Had to google Wikipedia. To doube check if im wrong but : A fact is something that is true or can be proved with evidence.


In that case i put it in other words 1.5 volts that i had running for few days have not killed my cpu. Is that a fact or not ??


Worry not now i will try to kill it once i get Zen+ for heck of it to see how much abuse can it take biggrin.gif But i think there is so many safety options that it wont be possible. Like i bet it will shot down before dying. On roll of breaking things recently anyway after last track session my RPC clutch packed up so there is 500 quid gone for new tongue.gif
Edited by lordzed83 - 10/17/17 at 2:19pm
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I hate being the one that breaks it to you, but no, you have no idea what you are doing... That is based on your comments in this and other threads..

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1: That's no fact but an estimation of some very knowledgeable people and i think some of this is coming from Asus or AMD engineers directly..

2: Also not an fact because you haven't proven it otherwise..

I am sorry to ask this, but do you even know what an fact is to begin with?

As soon as you did your little testing methodology at 1.45 or higher vcore, its not a fact..

Honestly A lot of overclocking is based on a lot of big yes's and big nono's from the actual engineer's and then light research based on far more simpler aspects of the individual parts (or going off other people's explanation after they do the research). Everything else is left to your own intuition, gut feelings, and whatever the results are of trial and error; whether yours or others.
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Windows Fall creator update done. RS3 for me.
Seems good, together with the 0052 bios.thumb.gif

Testing in progress, but the whole update was done in overclock (so I can define my state as stable, not rock stable as with OCCT 2 hours)

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spd check http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/14250_50#post_26083280

On my PC it creates 0 bytes files, so good luck with that.
Edited by GraveNoX - 10/17/17 at 2:42pm
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