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post #3191 of 3999 (permalink) Old 09-12-2018, 02:03 PM
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896 points, god damnit so close.
I’m the same way, mine is flirting with 1000 points, stuck at 975 points at 4.55GHz.

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My specs are [email protected]
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Gonna check HT but sould be ON......

BF1 runs superb at 1440p on a 165 Gsync monitor at HIGH settings and super smooth.........

Have updated all my drivers but dont make any better.......

Thanks in advance!
I noticed recently all my games are pegging it at 100% this didn't happen before the latest bios update
4.0 ghz
3.3 ghz Cache
1.8 ghz Edram
32gb 2400mhz ram
Win 10
Also made sure C states are enabled in bios, previously it was set to auto
getting 14k+ in winrar bench

AIDA64 extreme Memory
37664 MB/s Copy
36929 Read
37632 Write
54.5 ns latency - Surprising this was chart topping lowest number

But can it run.... Angry Birds???

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Is there a voltage to play with when increasing eDRAM frequency?
Or one which is in connection with eDRAM?

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post #3194 of 3999 (permalink) Old 09-14-2018, 06:56 AM
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Is there a voltage to play with when increasing eDRAM frequency?
Or one which is in connection with eDRAM?
try cache maybe vcore.
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post #3195 of 3999 (permalink) Old 09-14-2018, 07:31 AM
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I noticed recently all my games are pegging it at 100% this didn't happen before the latest bios update
4.0 ghz
3.3 ghz Cache
1.8 ghz Edram
32gb 2400mhz ram
Win 10
Also made sure C states are enabled in bios, previously it was set to auto
getting 14k+ in winrar bench

AIDA64 extreme Memory
37664 MB/s Copy
36929 Read
37632 Write
54.5 ns latency - Surprising this was chart topping lowest number
My usage is still normal with a Windows boot microcode 17 per hwinfo64 and F03 microcode per the bios. At least it was last night. I could try 17 and 1D (per bios) when I get home, but I don't think it will make a difference since windows puts 17 in at boot.

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post #3196 of 3999 (permalink) Old 09-15-2018, 02:19 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Groove2013 View Post
Is there a voltage to play with when increasing eDRAM frequency?
Or one which is in connection with eDRAM?
There is no such a thing. Voltage is applied automatically depending on which frequency you set and you can't monitor it.

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post #3197 of 3999 (permalink) Old 09-15-2018, 08:22 AM
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Is there a voltage to play with when increasing eDRAM frequency?
Or one which is in connection with eDRAM?
eDRAM has its own voltage rail regulated automatically, it is invisible for the the users.
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post #3198 of 3999 (permalink) Old 09-16-2018, 05:33 PM
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Set a new personal best for single core performance in CPU-Z @ 550points with 4.4GHz and the help from eDRAM at 2400MHz. Yes it is stable for the most part, may need at most 0.01v added to vcore but I have yet to have any real crashes in anything (been running for a month so far), for those wondering I will post my current updated voltages and stuff below. Score proof here.

Edit 3/1/2019 due to actually getting my RAM to finally run at XMP settings, the settings below are different than what I ran in the test above so no one thinks it was a typo, for the sake of simplicity since I have this post permalinked.


-Clocks
CPU Frequency: 4.4GHz (all cores)
CPU Cache Frequency: 4.0GHz
eDRAM/L4 Frequency: 2100MHz
RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 2400 4 x 8GB (32GB)
RAM Frequency: 2400MHz (dual channel)
RAM Timings: 11-13-13-31 2T

-Voltages
CPU Vcore: 1.4v
CPU Uncore: 1.31v
DRAM Voltage: 1.675v
VCCIN (CPU Input voltage): 1.95v
VCCSA (System agent): Offset of +0.310v
VCCIOA: Offset of +0.205v
VCCIOD: Offset of +0.205v
Load-Line Calibration (LLC): Very High

-Other Info
CPU Temps (hottest core): 83C under extreme load, 71C under normal usage, 30C idle.
Max CPU power consumption: 101W
CPU Microcode (via BIOS): 1D
CPU Microcode (via Windows): No Idea, whatever Windows 10 update gave me.

Disclaimer: These tests are done on a delidded, better binned than most i7-5775C with CLU under the IHS and Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut on the IHS with a Corsair Hydro Series H100i-v2 (240mm radiator) with Corsair 4 x Corsair SP120's in a push/pull config and with an ambient air temp of 21C (70F).
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Realy nice results!
But I don't know if for Broadwell one can set the Cache voltage as high as Core voltage, like for Skylake or should one stay sub 1.3 V.

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post #3200 of 3999 (permalink) Old 09-17-2018, 10:36 AM
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Realy nice results!
But I don't know if for Broadwell one can set the Cache voltage as high as Core voltage, like for Skylake or should one stay sub 1.3 V.
Skylake has shared core voltage and cache voltage, meaning they both run off of one voltage in BIOS. The only thing not unified is the cache and core multiplier. Since Broadwell is basically the same underlying tech (14nm) it should be able to handle up to 1.4v, it doesn’t follow the same rule as Haswell and not really exceeding 1.2v on cache.

Tldr: Broadwell and Broadwell-E should be okay up to 1.35-1.4v as the underlying cache structure is similar to Skylake, it just doesn’t have the unified voltage like it.

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RAM
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Corsair RM850 850W 80+ Gold
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Corsair H100i v2
Case
Corsair Carbide Clear 400C
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Logitech G502 Hero Gaming Mouse
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CPU
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FOXCONN H67S ITX motherboard (LGA 1155)
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