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post #251 of 294 (permalink) Old 06-30-2020, 05:31 AM
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Same 5.1 OC settings as on my 10700K on a Gigabyte Z490 Aorus Ultra. 5.1Ghz at 1.3v. My temps are a little better but probably due to my 360mm AIO from Arctic The Freezer II. LL is set to Turbo.

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So I am relatively new to overclocking but I figured I should at least try it. I managed to reach 5.2ghz but temps were too much at 1.35v all past 90c even with an AVX offset of 1, so i dialed it down back to 5.1 at 1.3v, LLC Auto, Tjmax 100c, where i'd get occasional dips to 90c in blender. I found a guide on YT by SkatterBencher where he managed to get his 10700k at 5.3ghz all core and noticed that he manually changed the Core Turbo ratios for his manual overclock to where he changed the first 2 cores to 5.3 and the rest a step below consecutively. I tried his method and noticed that the Core frequency was only at 5ghz at 1.29v and wasn't showing a 5.3ghz frequency in CoreTemp but temperatures were higher compared to my stable 5.1 oc and LLC level is set to Turbo and Tjmax at 110c. I'm using Prime95 to stress and the gbvrm tool provided by @Falkentyne to get a more accurate reading on Vcore. I have my fans at full blast and increased the ring ratio to 48 on my 5.1ghz oc but had to lower to 47 on the 5.3 turbo oc. I also turned off MCE,Speedstep,Cstates, and the other Gigabyte power saving features and left the cpu upgrade profile to Default.

https://i.ibb.co/QDTXt7d/20200630-011539.jpg 5.1 OC Settings
https://i.ibb.co/5xjtqgn/20200630-011736.jpg 5.1 OC Temps and Voltage

https://i.ibb.co/LJcWv2g/20200630-011502.jpg 5.3 Turbo OC settings
https://i.ibb.co/M9qyMy8/20200630-011512.jpg Core ratio settings
https://i.ibb.co/YyKSX6y/20200630-013412.jpg 5.3 Turbo OC Temps and Voltage


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post #252 of 294 (permalink) Old 06-30-2020, 11:12 AM
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i7 10700k 5.1ghz 1.3v

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Just a quick question on my 10700k setup. Is it worth overclocking the Ram from 3600 to 3800 or 4000? I have tried upping to 3800 with a 1.4v and it worked no issues but in terms of real world performance like gaming, is it worth it?
I'm also considering of OCing my Corsair Ripjaws 32gb kit running at 3600mhz 16-19-19-39 1.35v to see how far it can go and was also wondering if there was any noticeable difference in performance while gaming. Also did you leave your timing on auto or did you manually change them?
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My Ram is running stock/auto though I did try a quick and dirty overclock to DDR 3800 by upping the ram voltage to 1.4v and it was fine...I am not that good on RAM overclocking so I am going to have to learn...tighter timings or better speed or even both...

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I'm also considering of OCing my Corsair Ripjaws 32gb kit running at 3600mhz 16-19-19-39 1.35v to see how far it can go and was also wondering if there was any noticeable difference in performance while gaming. Also did you leave your timing on auto or did you manually change them?

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Is there a way to tell if you damaged your CPU from adding too much voltage? I was messing with the AI3 from ASUS last night and it auto overclocked my CPU to 5.1 but added 1.51vcore!! I panicked and turned it off. Should I be worried?

I uninstalled the software and will manually OC from BIOs from now on.
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Is there a way to tell if you damaged your CPU from adding too much voltage? I was messing with the AI3 from ASUS last night and it auto overclocked my CPU to 5.1 but added 1.51vcore!! I panicked and turned it off. Should I be worried?

I uninstalled the software and will manually OC from BIOs from now on.

Nothing to worry about, it's fine.

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I'm also considering of OCing my Corsair Ripjaws 32gb kit running at 3600mhz 16-19-19-39 1.35v to see how far it can go and was also wondering if there was any noticeable difference in performance while gaming. Also did you leave your timing on auto or did you manually change them?
yes you gain about 10 to 15% FPS in games going from 3000mhz to 4000 mhz ram.. and more if above 4000. just keep the timings low good bdie is great... 32gb kits are alittle harder to get over 4000 stable. but i saw a few posts on the ddr4 channel theres a kit thats 32gb 2x16gb c14 by gskill somone had it clocked to 4500 stable.

Anyway i got my i7 10700k dialing in to a 5GHZ All Core Clock.. I know its down from the 5.1 Stock but i wanted it 5G all cores. here are my settings.

i7 10700k @ 1.33Vcore (bios) LLC-6 1.225 (Load) At 5GHZ All Core Temps with prime 95 AVX load high 80s touched 90 never went above..
Ram gskill 2x8gb 4000c17d at 4400MHZ c17 17 17 37 @ 1.55VDIMM 1.27 IO 1.28 SA 1.27 DMI Temps never go above 43c

I will try to go higher but i dont like temps above 90c. yet macbook pros do hard work at around 100c- 105c for years and years and never had a problem with the CPU burning out. that makesme feel better about temps getting up to high 90s and low 100s because it doesnt really do any damage to it. iv seen macbook pros run and work at 105c no problem for years and they still work to this day with no degrading. great to know that!!!

ill post back once i go higher.

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First results. Passed R20 at vcore 1.375 once but blue screened the 2nd time. Not too concerned with the voltage as long as temps are good. I ran a 6700k at 4.8Ghz on 1.41 vcore for 5 years and never had an issue. Once I do more testing I might mess with the RAM. I've never OCed memory before. Any suggestions or teaks I should make?

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Got my new 10700k build currently running stable using 51x2-49x6 at 1.32v override, temps well behaved: up to low 80s for stressing AVX bench runs.

Tried 51x4-50x4 at 1.375v, seems stable but yet not fully time tested, temps up to mid 80s for AVX.

Build: i7 10700k, Asus ROG Maximus Hero XII, 2x16GB G.Skill 3600 15-15-15-32 @ 1.37v, Noctua NH-15s cooler, 4 assorted SSDs and a big fat HDD, and an ancient but worthy gtx 1070 (4 years old!)

Cache at 46, IO/SA 1.23v/1.24v, LLC 4, all else is full auto.

Now the endlessly asked timeless question: for 7/24 use, are the above voltages acceptable/safe? Can’t find any voltage specs on this i7. Seems my mobo won’t give HWiNFO64 either VR VIN or VR VOUT, though I’ll be happy to post a screen shot of what it does reveal if asked. One surprise is that Vcore/VID only does the super low voltage drop at idle if using full auto settings. Any sort of OC, even if it’s only the mem XMP applied, disables that drop at idle. Is this the new norm, for my now retired 4770k OC didn’t behave that way.

What is also surprising is my 51 SP score (average I read) has its predicted voltage for a 4.9 OC at 1.414v (???). Also the auto IO/SA voltages are sky high @ 1.35v when applying my ram OC. Am I missing something here? Any comments or suggestions on the above?



I'm not a hardcore gamer but do a little. I'm mostly into flight simulation, both combat and civilian, and hobbyist video production (both of which are enhanced by a good OC). Finally, both the 10700k and 10900k are seemingly pre-OCed by intel. My full default base runs clocked at 47 with all cores under load, getting an extra 2 or 3 on top of that really ain't that much more IMO, though better than nothing.

When moving from A to B, it is good to know that you are at A.

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Got my new 10700k build currently running stable using 51x2-49x6 at 1.32v override, temps well behaved: up to low 80s for stressing AVX bench runs.

Tried 51x4-50x4 at 1.375v, seems stable but yet not fully time tested, temps up to mid 80s for AVX.

Build: i7 10700k, Asus ROG Maximus Hero XII, 2x16GB G.Skill 3600 15-15-15-32 @ 1.37v, Noctua NH-15s cooler, 4 assorted SSDs and a big fat HDD, and an ancient but worthy gtx 1070 (4 years old!)

Cache at 46, IO/SA 1.23v/1.24v, LLC 4, all else is full auto.

Now the endlessly asked timeless question: for 7/24 use, are the above voltages acceptable/safe? Can’t find any voltage specs on this i7. Seems my mobo won’t give HWiNFO64 either VR VIN or VR VOUT, though I’ll be happy to post a screen shot of what it does reveal if asked. One surprise is that Vcore/VID only does the super low voltage drop at idle if using full auto settings. Any sort of OC, even if it’s only the mem XMP applied, disables that drop at idle. Is this the new norm, for my now retired 4770k OC didn’t behave that way.

What is also surprising is my 51 SP score (average I read) has its predicted voltage for a 4.9 OC at 1.414v (???). Also the auto IO/SA voltages are sky high @ 1.35v when applying my ram OC. Am I missing something here? Any comments or suggestions on the above?



I'm not a hardcore gamer but do a little. I'm mostly into flight simulation, both combat and civilian, and hobbyist video production (both of which are enhanced by a good OC). Finally, both the 10700k and 10900k are seemingly pre-OCed by intel. My full default base runs clocked at 47 with all cores under load, getting an extra 2 or 3 on top of that really ain't that much more IMO, though better than nothing.

Maximus 12 boards have VR VOUT reported as vcore already so you don't need it. You can also use Asus EC in hwinfo64 to see Current and power (IOUT and POUT).
Auto settings set your vcore based on CPU VID and prediction and sets level 2, 3 or 4 loadline calibration (not sure which, it should tell you on the right side).

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My new toy has this setting for 24/7
5.1 Ghz all cores, XMP1, AVX 0, Ratio x48, LLC 5, Offset -0.015, SP 95, Vccio 1.10, Vccsa 1.14, 4x8 3600 mhz CL16

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