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You would be suprised by the magic of delidding. With your chip 15-20c cooler that 5.1 might even be stable. If you need 5.1 I would delid. Otherwise stay where you are.

After reading this thread I decided to run realbench and now it seems my 5.0gbz isn’t stable either. It crashes within 15 seconds.

Cinebench runs fine, multiple runs back to back. Ok the Asus Maximus X Hero Wifi Ac Baird, can anyone else help with my settings to lock in 5.0ghz ?

Thanks
post #72 of 1333
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Originally Posted by primalfear45365 View Post

Slow mode switch? I've tried setting cores to 46 Manuel and the multiplier still stays at 8 , no clue what to do here. Any other ideals?

Err

-Locate the clear CMOS jumper, or maybe you have a button on the back like my Asus
And factory reset the thing

-Updating the Bios (UEFI)

-No idea how much a hold Windows has over those sleep states
It shouldn't matter, but maybe check the energy plan/ power settings and go for max performance


Frankly it sounds like an early UEFI issue

I couldn't overclock my 7600k with the first UEFI that let me run it in my board, it always stayed at stock Intel specs

Next UEFI release fixed it all

My 2 cents
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After reading this thread I decided to run realbench and now it seems my 5.0gbz isn’t stable either. It crashes within 15 seconds.

Cinebench runs fine, multiple runs back to back. Ok the Asus Maximus X Hero Wifi Ac Baird, can anyone else help with my settings to lock in 5.0ghz ?

Thanks

Ohh
15 seconds

RealBench uses blender as part of its stability testing

You might wanna be able to pass this, or never convert a video biggrin.gif

Not sure what is there, it's just like Kaby really
All vcore and temps and luck of course
Lower temps, might give better stability, but probably not
But a temp drop would give more temp headroom for more voltage

You already have the cache running at 44, which is stock I think


First I would try and set RAM at 2400 and see if RealBench is still unstable
Or up the voltage for the RAM
Mmm
I'm running my 2400 RAM @3200 CL17 with 1.35v, not 1.2v

Just trying to get variables down a notch
Edited by peter2k - 10/21/17 at 11:36am
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Hello i got my 8700k recently and here are my results so far

Corsair 115i. Maximus x hero mobo.

8700k at 4.9ghz 1.28 voltage (manual). Load line calibration at level 6.
Cache untested.

2x8gb ram at 3733hz 16 17 17 39 2N
1.35v 1.225 vccio 1.2375 vccsa

I haven't run aida64 long enough to know if it is stable. But while playing bf1 for about 2 hours i haven't crashed yet.

Temps in aida64 is like 85 degress max.

Been playing some more.. so far iv got it at
4.9ghz @ 1.265v LLC 6
Uncore at 4.7ghz
3900 17-17-17-2N ram @ 1.35v vccio/vccsa @ 1.15v
post #75 of 1333
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Originally Posted by peter2k View Post

Err
I've tried it won't even run at stock speeds, 800mhz is the best it has since the multiplier is locked at at 8 regardless what I do. Another member here named tonight help me out and I'm RMA the board.
-Locate the clear CMOS jumper, or maybe you have a button on the back like my Asus
And factory reset the thing

-Updating the Bios (UEFI)

-No idea how much a hold Windows has over those sleep states
It shouldn't matter, but maybe check the energy plan/ power settings and go for max performance


Frankly it sounds like an early UEFI issue

I couldn't overclock my 7600k with the first UEFI that let me run it in my board, it always stayed at stock Intel specs

Next UEFI release fixed it all

My 2 cents
It won't even run at stock, the multiplier is stuck at 8 so 800mhz is the best it will do. Another member here Tknight helped me out, I'm going to RMA the board
Edited by primalfear45365 - 10/21/17 at 1:11pm
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Ohh
15 seconds

RealBench uses blender as part of its stability testing

You might wanna be able to pass this, or never convert a video biggrin.gif

Not sure what is there, it's just like Kaby really
All vcore and temps and luck of course
Lower temps, might give better stability, but probably not
But a temp drop would give more temp headroom for more voltage

You already have the cache running at 44, which is stock I think


First I would try and set RAM at 2400 and see if RealBench is still unstable
Or up the voltage for the RAM
Mmm
I'm running my 2400 RAM @3200 CL17 with 1.35v, not 1.2v

Just trying to get variables down a notch

Auto everything 5.0ghz crashes, so I decided to run memtest, All 32GB pass, I then disabled Mce on the board and left everything auto for the 8700k, realbench is running , I have an open cl error dbprogram -42 and the monitor enters power svaemode along with the mouse freezing, before All coming back on, is realbench supposed to freeze the whole system etc?

I’m wondering if my 8700k is a complete dud now
post #77 of 1333
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Auto everything 5.0ghz crashes, so I decided to run memtest, All 32GB pass, I then disabled Mce on the board and left everything auto for the 8700k, realbench is running , I have an open cl error dbprogram -42 and the monitor enters power svaemode along with the mouse freezing, before All coming back on, is realbench supposed to freeze the whole system etc?

I’m wondering if my 8700k is a complete dud now

I should also note, at 4.3ghz auto, the vcore is at 1.325
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I should also note, at 4.3ghz auto, the vcore is at 1.325

Realbench failed , BSOD after 12 minutes. The chip cannot even do stock 4.3ghz in auto everything.
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I should also note, at 4.3ghz auto, the vcore is at 1.325

should not be that high on auto, mine was around 1.1 at auto.

 

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Realbench failed , BSOD after 12 minutes. The chip cannot even do stock 4.3ghz in auto everything.

I would check and make sure you are running the latest bios for your board.

 

Reset to factory defaults and try again.  

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should not be that high on auto, mine was around 1.1 at auto.

I would check and make sure you are running the latest bios for your board.

Reset to factory defaults and try again.  

I’m running the only update 0505. Memory express is going to replace the board but they do not have any 8700K to replace. Hmm
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