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post #8061 of 8097 (permalink) Old 12-11-2019, 10:19 AM
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Hi All -

I have just purchased a used 6900k to go with my R5E10 and have so far got a nice stable OC of 4400MHz @ 1.350V;

I am just wondering which is the best CPU Core Ratio to use?

Sync all core
By core usage
By Specific core

My PC gets probably a 60/40 usage as Gaming/General.

Which ratio do you guys use or recommend please?
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Hi All -

I have just purchased a used 6900k to go with my R5E10 and have so far got a nice stable OC of 4400MHz @ 1.350V;

I am just wondering which is the best CPU Core Ratio to use?

Sync all core
By core usage
By Specific core

My PC gets probably a 60/40 usage as Gaming/General.

Which ratio do you guys use or recommend please?
Hello,
Sync all cores. You will get maximum performances including games and multithreaded applications.

You say stable 4,[email protected],35V which is really good for a Broadwell/E.

Which stability tests did you use ? How long ?
Did you Synch all Cores ?

Mine is also good and is Realbench stable (8 hours stress test) 4,[email protected],37V.

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Hi -

Yes I did Sync all cores, I found this guide on-line which is extremely informative.

https://edgeup.asus.com/2016/broadwe...locking-guide/

BWE OCing is a bit different to the HWE OCing, so it gave me a lot of good advice. I didn't use the XMP profile tho, I just set things manually and I copied some of the settings others have posted on here as a guideline too. Using the Adaptive mode on the Vcore was a good tip I found on here. I don't really use any stress tests, I just use Cinebench, Realbench, Timespy and Heaven 3.0. I do a couple of runs on each and if the OC passes them all then I class that as stable. Then I just play my games and if they run smoothly I'm happy. This chip I've purchased is a used example, but it only has one owner you told me that they never OCd it when I asked them. I probed them a bit more and they didn't know about Vcore, VCCIO, VCCSA voltages etc So I believe them. I must have just got a good sample, so I'll hang onto it.

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Run the 7-Zip benchmark for a few hours, that's a quick stress test, but it mixes core and cache. You can max out the threads, and aim for maximum memory usage too.

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Hi -

Yes I did Sync all cores, I found this guide on-line which is extremely informative.

https://edgeup.asus.com/2016/broadwe...locking-guide/

BWE OCing is a bit different to the HWE OCing, so it gave me a lot of good advice. I didn't use the XMP profile tho, I just set things manually and I copied some of the settings others have posted on here as a guideline too. Using the Adaptive mode on the Vcore was a good tip I found on here. I don't really use any stress tests, I just use Cinebench, Realbench, Timespy and Heaven 3.0. I do a couple of runs on each and if the OC passes them all then I class that as stable. Then I just play my games and if they run smoothly I'm happy. This chip I've purchased is a used example, but it only has one owner you told me that they never OCd it when I asked them. I probed them a bit more and they didn't know about Vcore, VCCIO, VCCSA voltages etc So I believe them. I must have just got a good sample, so I'll hang onto it.
Hi,
I'd stay off auto voltages

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1. Dont run auto voltage on vcore, VCCIO, VCCSA, Vcache and VDRAM
2. Don't use XMP. Always set everything manually
3. Vcore wont hurt much. It is usually cache overclocking that kills your chip.
Keep your cache as close to 1V as possible
4. VCCSA is the same thing. Keep it as close to 1V as possible.
5. Provide adequate cooling for the VRM if you are using AIO.

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The sweet spot for my 6900k seems to be 4.1GHz all core at exactly 1.2v. Everything auto except the cpu voltage on adaptive+offset negative -65 which drops it to about 1.2v exactly. Ram on XMP 3000MHz. I am happy with this since i don't want any degredation over time and it is optimal to keep the voltage no higher than 1.2v to play it extremely "safe" because i plan on running this build for 5 years+

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There is a voltage wall around 4.3 to 4.5GHz on this platform anyway, which requires much larger increases in Vcore to stabilise, best to keep it below that to ensure longevity. BW-E is also very temperature sensitive, so if you haven't got adequate cooling, you may need more Vcore than is necessary.

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You won't have degradation unless your keep your CPU running at high voltage and under intense workloads for a VERY long time. Most of the time your PC is on, you won't be loading all cores and you should be using adaptive voltage anyway. My 6950X has been at 1.35v for two years with no ill effects.

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You won't have degradation unless your keep your CPU running at high voltage and under intense workloads for a VERY long time. Most of the time your PC is on, you won't be loading all cores and you should be using adaptive voltage anyway. My 6950X has been at 1.35v for two years with no ill effects.
You would have to define the duty cycle your CPU goes through to compare. Using the 6950X for typical 24/7 HEDT tasks like rendering, compression and encryption may be an entirely different workload to your own, always important to mention how the CPU is being used with any quoted voltages.

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Well sadly I just can not get any OC stable for more than about 30 minutes. I thought I had it set just right but once I have set things in the BIOS and saved changes the OC down clocks to the lowest multiplier of 12 and stays there. I have tried every setting I can find, including many found on here, but disappointingly nothing will stick. The problem persists even with default settings and nothing changed in the BIOS. I suspect it is the OS aka W10 V1909 (Build 18363.535), with something to do with the Inspectre microcode which is causing this issue. Even with all the Speedstep/Speed spectrum & C-States disabled, this down clocking is still occurring. Temps are fine at between 30-35C. So I am at a loss as to what is causing this issue and have spent countless hours trying to resolve it. Can anyone help and shed some light on this problem please?
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