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post #9861 of 9907 (permalink) Old 01-08-2019, 06:45 PM
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Thanks for the tip deepor.. ill boot up on default or something to be sure..

I passed the prime 1 hour test with +.04 offset 45mult. LLC 2

Voltages were 1.272-1.28

Max Temps are hitting the high points now

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Heres a benchmark screen shot for the hell of it...

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Thanks for the tip deepor.. ill boot up on default or something to be sure..

I passed the prime 1 hour test with +.04 offset 45mult. LLC 2

Voltages were 1.272-1.28

Max Temps are hitting the high points now 80 84 79 79

Heres a benchmark screen shot for the hell of it...

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Understood. Now, keep the 4.5Ghz settings, open CoreTemp & play a game, then do whatever else you are doing. After that check your temps & report.

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seems to be running cool.. But then again i don't run anything too intensive.. I would imagine the stress test is probably the most intensive thing I will be running unless I end up messing with VR and doing some intensive stuff down the line... I have a weird sims type game in the background running.. Max temp so far has been 50... I guess its the real bench test now.. That one scares me.. I have a feeling ill need to up the voltage again.
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Oh, I thought you did the RealBench. Well, yeah, do it.

I actually was interested in gaming and VR thermal results. Those will show you the actual temps that you are going to get in everyday operation. My rig gets me to 69c on gaming. That is quite well below the 75-78c everyday recommended "max" temps (not real max, but kind of around that).

The point is, you get 84c only under Prime95, in reality you will get far less and you can keep your CPU at 4.5GHz (which I would keep for now and save that setting in BIOS) - for example, I run HWinfo sensors all the time, they sit in my tray quietly and if I need to check max temps I open it from time to time, once in several days maybe. So if you feel that your temps are a bit too high (higher than say 82C in everyday operation, which I doubt will happen, but one never knows) then lower it to 4.4GHz setting towards summer

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That was intended to say that you will most probably never run something as intensive as Prime, so the 4.5GHz setting may be actually pretty much what you need The only way to check it is to run those programs and see what temps you get. If the temps in your actual programs are around 78c max that's perfect!

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I hear you man. 84 might equate to i dunno. maybe 75 when running whatever intensive games lets say or maybe even less.. Day to day i could be running at 40 degrees. I get that part of what you are saying.. But as a gauge... whats a temperature in prime to stop at.. I mean i probably could get a setting where prime runs 91 degrees and keep that setting because my day to day tasks won't ever get up too high .. and maybe the max temps I get when prime hits 91 is really 83 degrees in reality.. But then its kind of hard to know when to stop. Thats why ill check here and there especially when i run intensive stuff... and ill leave it to your judgement with the numbers from these tests.
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There is no way to tell how each CPU and(!) cooler ensures your PrimeMax-to-RealLife ratio. Since each degree is kind of precious, I would only be able assume that around 84c Prime might get you 75c in real life, but I don't know if I'd be close or not. Just no way. Each CPU and respectively each machine is different. That's why you must run the most intensive program you may have, such as VR, gaming and whatnot and if those specific programs on your specific CPU don't go over say 75-78c you're good and happy.

While in summer, due to the fact that the ambient temperature will be higher (your intake air + inside "atmosphere" will be hotter), you will get higher usage temps - hence during that time go to 44 multi.

And, again, as a safe bet, you can always just revert to 44 and enjoy it year round

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very cool.. I hope i get this 45 to work.. it puts up some impressive numbers.. Have you ever used the bench mark on cpu-z or userbenchmark.. im kind of shocked.. its saying that compared to over 70 thousand user benchmarks, my CPU is in the 98th percentile. I got a gaming score of 93.. the average is 75.. Is there a reason why my processor is performing so well? I assume many who benchmark their CPU on there also overclocked it as I have.
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very cool.. I hope i get this 45 to work.. it puts up some impressive numbers.. Have you ever used the bench mark on cpu-z or userbenchmark.. im kind of shocked.. its saying that compared to over 70 thousand user benchmarks, my CPU is in the 98th percentile. I got a gaming score of 93.. the average is 75.. Is there a reason why my processor is performing so well? I assume many who benchmark their CPU on there also overclocked it as I have.
Yep, it's called overclock LoL. Most don't overclock, those who overclock might have kept their 3570k at 4.2GHz or so (like I did with 3570k older brother - my 2500k) and not all the chips are cool enough to run at 4.5GHz. That's the silicon lottery, some win, some lose... and some get it ok.

I don't use CPU-Z or anything else. Just OC and plaaaay)) when I have time

Just to be sure I got it right, did you manage to do & pass both Prime and RealBench on 4.5GHz?

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I already passed the prime on 45, and today I did the real bench and passed that too. voltage was 1.280 Max Temps were 76 77 72 73.. Once again they were lower than prime. Happy to see they were under 80.. Looks like we have found a stable overclock for 4.5.. That is more than I expected... The fan you recommended certainly made it possible.

Can't complain about these results.. On that site out of some ridiculous amount of benchmarks like 80,000 of all kinds of overclocks etc,, Some guys overclocking it to over 6.. im like in the top 10.. Not too shabby .. Thanks a lot for all your help.. Maybe ill quit here at 4.5.. I think its a good place to end it.. I have a stable 4.3, 4.4, and now 4.5.. maybe ill run the 4.3 in the dead of summer, and 4.5 in the winter as you suggested.. I have to save this into the bios now that i passed both tests..

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