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post #22721 of 22855 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 05:37 AM
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i think the best tool to test the oc stability is battlefield 5, no game can stress can stress your cpu more than bf5

i7 5930k - 32go kingston predator 8 x 4go - gtx 1080ti - antec 1200 quattro - asus rampage extreme 5
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post #22722 of 22855 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 02:56 PM
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Hi,
I am not sure this is the right place to ask the question here, but let's try.

HWInfo reports 2 values as Package temperatures (See enclosed Capture.PNG file).

One value is under DTS values and the other one is under "Enhanced" values.

Enhanced value is 5°C higher than DTS value.

Simple question: does someone know (With 100% confidence level and proof) which one is the real Package temp value ?

Martin from Hwinfo has asked to INTEL and INTEL claims both values should be the same, which is not the case. Here is a post on Hwinfo forum :

https://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-...nced-Skylake-X

It would be interesting to have a definite status on this, as it will give me more overclock room if the real value is the lowest one (DTS value)
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i think the best tool to test the oc stability is battlefield 5, no game can stress can stress your cpu more than bf5
I used Dying Light which is an SMT aware game that uses every core of my 5820 at more than 50% load.
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post #22724 of 22855 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 04:15 PM
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@GRABibus

I usually use SIV64 which reports same PKG values/temperatures as HWiNFO, both are currently running and both reports same PKG temperatures

I think lower value is PECI temperature in HWiNFO,what I know or what I've read

This lower value I usually ignore and I usually pay attention to higher PKG value, difference between PECI and PKG is around 4-5°C on idle

Can you check what PKG and PECI SIV64 reports?

Hope this helps

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I used Dying Light which is an SMT aware game that uses every core of my 5820 at more than 50% load.

50% and their about cant squeese the s*** out of your cpu,

with 4790K i was getting 80 90 100% cpu load thats why i changed to 5930k
8700K is way too expensive for me
with 5930k cpu load can reache 80% sometimes but most of the time it is 65 75% at 4k ultra resolution scale 90%
anyone else could share its cpu load in battlefield 5 just to compare

this was done with 4100 mhz cpu and 2666 rams
tonight i will test with 4.3 ghz and see if there is any difference
i will go with 1.225v and see what we got

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Quote: Originally Posted by jura11 View Post
@GRABibus

I usually use SIV64 which reports same PKG values/temperatures as HWiNFO, both are currently running and both reports same PKG temperatures

I think lower value is PECI temperature in HWiNFO,what I know or what I've read

This lower value I usually ignore and I usually pay attention to higher PKG value, difference between PECI and PKG is around 4-5°C on idle

Can you check what PKG and PECI SIV64 reports?

Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura
Hi Jura.
I tested Siv and PECI and PKG temps are the same and are the hottest value of Hwinfo (Enhanced one).

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MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti SEA HAWK X // Gaming overclock settings in MSI Afterburner (Except for BFV with DXR enabled and CoD MW with DXR enabled) : [email protected] (Offset=+160MHz) / [email protected] (Offset=+1200MHz) / Vddc=1,093V // BIOS GALAX RTX 2080 Ti OC Reference PCB (2x8-Pin) power target 380W version 90.02.0B.00.A9 // Liquid metal paste THERMAL GRIZZLY Conductonaut
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LG BH16NS40
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post #22727 of 22855 (permalink) Old 02-20-2019, 07:01 AM
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Hi,
I asked the developer a while back about the two package temp readings and which one was more accurate he said the higher I call the evil cpu package temp reading life was a lot simpler before I ran across that reading

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post #22728 of 22855 (permalink) Old 02-20-2019, 09:03 AM
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Hi,
I asked the developer a while back about the two package temp readings and which one was more accurate he said the higher I call the evil cpu package temp reading life was a lot simpler before I ran across that reading
Definitely, Package temps Give me much more headaches than core temps

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CPU
INTEL Core i7-6900K : [email protected],4GHz (44x100MHz) / [email protected],7GHz (37x100MHz) / Vccin=1,84V (LLC7) / Vcore=1,37V (Adaptative mode) / Vcache=1,27V to 1,28V (Offset mode, offset=+0,294V) / Vccsa=0,8V (Offset=-0,145V) / Vccio=1,048V
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MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti SEA HAWK X // Gaming overclock settings in MSI Afterburner (Except for BFV with DXR enabled and CoD MW with DXR enabled) : [email protected] (Offset=+160MHz) / [email protected] (Offset=+1200MHz) / Vddc=1,093V // BIOS GALAX RTX 2080 Ti OC Reference PCB (2x8-Pin) power target 380W version 90.02.0B.00.A9 // Liquid metal paste THERMAL GRIZZLY Conductonaut
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Hi Jura.
I tested Siv and PECI and PKG temps are the same and are the hottest value of Hwinfo (Enhanced one).
Hi there

Under load what is difference you are seeing I mean difference between the PECI and PKG?

Hope this helps

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Hi guys

Final OC for my 5960x looks like is 4.7GHz with 1.288v, 37* cache with 1.05v,VCCIN still at 1.94v

Temperatures are still very nice, in Asus Realbench stress test or OCCT 4.4.2 PKG temperatures are in 68-72°C under load and very happy with temperatures

Wanted to try 4.8GHz as well which I think I will need to push my 5960x well beyond 1.32v, with this I'm still not sure maybe I will try later next week when times allow

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