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MSI Z170a gaming pro and Intel 6700 k Overclock Strange Problem ??

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Hi guys. I have new PC now. My Configuration is MSI Z170A Gaming Pro and Intel I7-6700 K and Corsair h110 i and Kingston 2x 8 gb hyperx fury 2133 mhz. And now.. till now had I always Asus Mobo's and that is mine first MSI Mobo and first Problem:

1. All settings in Bios on Auto.During Linx Test after 40 seconds start CPU frequency and voltage to fall. Why ?

2. After BIOS update on Mobo, now have I LLC option. One more with new BIOS with all settings on Auto and LLC on Auto- during Linx test after 40 seconds CPU Temperature ist 100 C !!! Why ?
post #2 of 10
try setting a base clock and turning all the auto off. if its still doing it you might have a voltage delivery issue with the mobo
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What do you mean with turning all Auto off ? All option are already on Auto set and what now ?
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i have already read that. thank you.
i have changed now in System option to high performance mode and in Windows 10 have I now frequency and Vcore which I in Bios have set. When I start Linx after 50 seconds have I Vcore und BCLK - Frequency lowering. Mein Question ist WHY ?

I have for many years already different Platforms overclocked but i see that for the first time. Can anyone that explained ? All saving Options in BIOS are disabled !
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i have already tried all what I know.

Mobo will not let CPU over 4.6 Ghz stabil and will not let RAM Frequency stabil over 2666Mhz CL 16 which is pretty bad. ( RAM is Kingston HyperX Fury 2133 Mhy which can reach over 3000 Mhz )

I Will sell Mobo and buy as always till now ASUS. MSI Mobo, never again !
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ive never had issue out of ASUS or gigabyte boards
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Have you tried reflashing the bios to see if that would help resolve the issue? Sometimes the updates and even from factory they are corrupt, or just do not flash properly. I would do a manual update on the bios again. See if that helps any. Good Luck smile.gif I built a MSI tomahawk board few weeks back on an i7 7700k and it did great even with just a simple 120mm closed loop radiator.

That build was

MSI Tomahawk Board

I7-7700K

two 8 gb Corsair Vengeance 3200mghz ram (16gb Total)

NVidia 1050ti

Corsair 120M radiator with closed loop water cooler

EVGA GQ 600W

SSD Plus 500gb drive
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i have already tried all what I know.

Mobo will not let CPU over 4.6 Ghz stabil and will not let RAM Frequency stabil over 2666Mhz CL 16 which is pretty bad. ( RAM is Kingston HyperX Fury 2133 Mhy which can reach over 3000 Mhz )

I Will sell Mobo and buy as always till now ASUS. MSI Mobo, never again !
Sounds like either bios or windows related driver issue, if it keeps crashing at higher clocks. I had the exact issue with an asus extreme board I am currently working with.
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Your cooling is inadequate if auto settings get you 100C with an i7-6700.

When using [auto] settings, if the CPU temperature rises, the BIOS will drop CPU speeds and Voltage in an attempt to run cooler. When you turn auto settings off and set CPU speeds and Voltage to fixed settings, it won't clock/Volt down, which results in very high temps and possible shutdown.

Reseat your cooler. Increase your pump and fan speeds.
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