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post #151 of 159 (permalink) Old 05-14-2020, 07:20 PM
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You said "I tried setting Vcore to 1.340 and I end up getting 1.352 via VRout reading and I still get a BSOD but it took a while".
What I meant was: set 1.35 in BIOS and see if it's stable (also check the new VRout that should be a little bit higher than 1.352 but within OK ranges). If you are just checking what voltage you need to be able its not a problem going to 1.4 if your cooling can handle it.
That would mean around 1.367v, Not gonna go there as of now as I do not know the safe voltages for these chips.


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This on 5ghz? "Adaptive voltage at +0.020 sits around 1.340 on my end so using -0.5 is extremely low". If yes seems better than going 1.35+ fixed!
I am not even stable at 1.356, I dont see the point in lowering it to under 1v, -0.5 offset is around 0.775v on my end.


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Try turning off XPM and using auto RAM settings to stress test CPU OC (AFAIK on auto it sets to some crap default low speeds which is very stable). Then after you stress your CPU OC you can go manual RAM settings and see what works.
At the moment, I am not interested in doing any RAM OC. so XMP profile is fine with me.

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post #152 of 159 (permalink) Old 05-18-2020, 07:17 PM
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Here is my contribution,

Started with a clock of 4.8 whch did well at 1.35V but would fail some tests. using OCCT 1hr no AVX, so it was getting hot...

Switched to an offset voltage of -75 mHz and it was stable no failures.

Went back in BIOS and set -100mHz (maximum) & turned up clock to 49

Average core temps are around 75-85C, VCore ~1.31 to 1.33

It pretty damn stable. But i am wondering why the offset was so much more stable. I guess it dealt well with fluctuationg VCore and the static VCore was too hot.

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VCCIO and VCCSA are on auto since they seem low compared to the readouts others gave in this thread. About 0.95 and 1.15 respectively

I'm going back in for the RAM now
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Quote: Originally Posted by Dan4451 View Post
Here is my contribution,

Started with a clock of 4.8 whch did well at 1.35V but would fail some tests. using OCCT 1hr no AVX, so it was getting hot...

Switched to an offset voltage of -75 mHz and it was stable no failures.

Went back in BIOS and set -100mHz (maximum) & turned up clock to 49

Average core temps are around 75-85C, VCore ~1.31 to 1.33

It pretty damn stable. But i am wondering why the offset was so much more stable. I guess it dealt well with fluctuationg VCore and the static VCore was too hot.

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VCCIO and VCCSA are on auto since they seem low compared to the readouts others gave in this thread. About 0.95 and 1.15 respectively

I'm going back in for the RAM now
Very nice! I see people having success with offsets and adaptive voltages on these new chips.
I don't have any scientific knowledge to support this but to me, as a regular gamer/OCer, it seems older chips worked better with fixed voltages/clocks and newer chips are working better with variable volts/variable core per clocks/sometimes even power-saving settings on, etc....

The RAM OC guide I posted helped me a lot. I'm pretty stable atm but will lower timings a bit more and test!
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Very nice! I see people having success with offsets and adaptive voltages on these new chips.
I don't have any scientific knowledge to support this but to me, as a regular gamer/OCer, it seems older chips worked better with fixed voltages/clocks and newer chips are working better with variable volts/variable core per clocks/sometimes even power-saving settings on, etc....

The RAM OC guide I posted helped me a lot. I'm pretty stable atm but will lower timings a bit more and test!
Can you link me to this RAM OC guide ?

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Can you link me to this RAM OC guide ?
There are two ram guides linked in my sig. One is older and fairly simple and the other is a little more advanced

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There are two ram guides linked in my sig. One is older and fairly simple and the other is a little more advanced
Now I remember why I never bothered to deal with memory overclocking haha! Too many values to tweak. I might just do a clock speed OC as I have the 16-18-18-36 3200Mhz G.Skill Trident. maybe a quick 3866 will do ?

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Quote: Originally Posted by EarlZ View Post
Now I remember why I never bothered to deal with memory overclocking haha! Too many values to tweak. I might just do a clock speed OC as I have the 16-18-18-36 3200Mhz G.Skill Trident. maybe a quick 3866 will do ?
LOL, yeah, tell me about it!

I don't have much patience to keep changing settings, restarting and stress testing but it's so worth it. I got quite a bit more performance with this guide versus default setting. If XMP works for you that might do it but for me the default XMP profile didn't work, even with higher volts.

Try to follow it, despite it being uber LONG you can skip all the first pages and go straight to the "steps" it suggests. It shouldn't take such a long time.
Basically you go for the highest Mhz possible on the first step (like I have a 4000mhz chip but it's only stable at 3800mhz), then you go to tertiary timings (until you get unstable, lowering a bit then testing) then secondaries (or something like that...).

The way I did it as to not get annoyed with all the testing /restarting is: whenever I'm playing single player games (like bannerlord currently) I'd do "one step" of the guide and at the next restart I'd go lower and lower until crash / instability. Then I'd move to the next step. Since bannerlord uses 100% cpu/GPU frequency I think it's enough of a test.

Since I AFK due to kids/wife I also let mem test run whenever I change settings. I'm still not done with my RAM but each day it gets a little better and I don't burn myself only doing OC all day lol
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LOL, yeah, tell me about it!

I don't have much patience to keep changing settings, restarting and stress testing but it's so worth it. I got quite a bit more performance with this guide versus default setting. If XMP works for you that might do it but for me the default XMP profile didn't work, even with higher volts.

Try to follow it, despite it being uber LONG you can skip all the first pages and go straight to the "steps" it suggests. It shouldn't take such a long time.
Basically you go for the highest Mhz possible on the first step (like I have a 4000mhz chip but it's only stable at 3800mhz), then you go to tertiary timings (until you get unstable, lowering a bit then testing) then secondaries (or something like that...).

The way I did it as to not get annoyed with all the testing /restarting is: whenever I'm playing single player games (like bannerlord currently) I'd do "one step" of the guide and at the next restart I'd go lower and lower until crash / instability. Then I'd move to the next step. Since bannerlord uses 100% cpu/GPU frequency I think it's enough of a test.

Since I AFK due to kids/wife I also let mem test run whenever I change settings. I'm still not done with my RAM but each day it gets a little better and I don't burn myself only doing OC all day lol
I am not sure which overclocking guide you are following, is this it = https://github.com/integralfx/MemTes...OC%20Guide.md/

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Quote: Originally Posted by EarlZ View Post
I am not sure which overclocking guide you are following, is this it = https://github.com/integralfx/MemTes...OC%20Guide.md/
Yup! That guide is quite awesome!
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