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The easy way would be to return the chip and get another, overheating at stock is a legitimate reason for return and that VID is very high.

I'd say the idle temps could be as a result of poor case airflow, could you put up a picture of the case internals?

I thought the overvolting was just the mobo not doing it's job properly with 'auto'. Is the CPU to blame? Or can I not answer that until I try lowering the voltage and running stability tests?
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I thought the overvolting was just the mobo not doing it's job properly with 'auto'. Is the CPU to blame? Or can I not answer that until I try lowering the voltage and running stability tests?

Afaik the CPU VID, that is the voltage it asks the mobo for at stock clocks is programmed in on a chip by chip basis by Intel when the chip is made these days. I think it used to be done in batches.

Edit : i should have also mentioned that the VID doesnt equal the Vcore, Vcore would be the VID minus the droop under load a VID of 1.325 would probably give a vcore of somewhere around 1.264-1.28 volts IIRC. Thats still a lot of V for a little cooler with Kaby.

Thats not to say you cant undervolt it, might just not be a very good chip for overclocking.
Edited by Slink3Slyde - 4/19/17 at 9:17am
post #13 of 46
Ignore VID. That's just what the chip wants. Look to see if there's a Vcore Sensor under the Motherhboard sections in HWiNFO64. It doesn't look like it's on your screen shots, so go into Configure Sensors and see if Vcore exists. If so, enable it and test again to see what your board is actually putting out to the chip at its maximum.

7700s are hot. Unless you have a great cooler or delid it, a 6700 is the better choice, IMO.
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If he returns it does he go through Intel or where he bought it?

I cut off the last bit in the OP on accident. It doesn't show VCORE per core but this might be good enough:


Edited by Boozie - 4/19/17 at 9:40am
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my 7700k is at 5Ghz and maxes at 87c with a AIO but it isnt delid so i think you need to reseat
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If he returns it does he go through Intel or where he bought it?

I cut off the last bit in the OP on accident. It doesn't show VCORE per core but this might be good enough:

1.32V max? Vcore isn't your problem. It's a very hot chip whether due to bad TIM or insufficient cooler. exclamation.gif

Returning it: depends on where he bought it...
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My chip hits 87c peak core in Realbench on a Cryorig R1 Ultimate at between 1.264 and 1.28 volts (CPUZ reads in 0.016 steps) in a 22c ambient. Stock it hits 1.136v under load and maxes at 60C. Just basing what Im saying off my own experience.
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my 7700k is at 5Ghz and maxes at 87c with a AIO but it isnt delid so i think you need to reseat

Already did that, it's not the issue.
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1.32V max? Vcore isn't your problem. It's a very hot chip whether due to bad TIM or insufficient cooler. exclamation.gif

Returning it: depends on where he bought it...

Bought it on Amazon. Most feedback has been C7 should be sufficient for no overclock.

If i'm lowering the voltage, do I need to do anything beyond offset mode and make incremental adjustments? Like do I have to mess with C state settings?
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Already did that, it's not the issue.
Bought it on Amazon. Most feedback has been C7 should be sufficient for no overclock.

If i'm lowering the voltage, do I need to do anything beyond offset mode and make incremental adjustments? Like do I have to mess with C state settings?

You're not doing anything drastic and not overclocking, so find a working offset you like... and normally that should give you some breathing room. But I don't think that's going to be enough it in your case. I think it's still gonna spike hot, even with Voltage adjustments. You have pretty balanced over-heat across all 4 cores and you never even hit 100% utilization! Nah. That's just not going to be duly remedied with Voltage offsets. You shouldn't have to do anything but use an acceptable cooler to simply run a chip at stock levels.
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post #20 of 46
I reckon you'd have to run a manual voltage. Running an offset that big would probably make you unstable at idle or partial load.
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