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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-01-2020, 06:40 PM - Thread Starter
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Sorry, I forgot, also due to your cooling, go with an AVX offset of 2....

Thank you so much for taking the time and assisting. I installed the beta version and see the VR In/Out and VCore settings now. I'll keep an eye on those and will make the recommended tweaks on Thursday to see what I can do with my existing cooler (realizing that it's my Achilles heel).

Have always enjoyed overclocking. However, I miss the days of simple BIOS settings and being able to overclock chips via motherboard jumpers (like OC'ing my old Pentium 150/60 to 187.5/75). How time has changed.

Again, thanks.
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No problems at all as happy to help...As to the ease on the Z390 and Z490 overclocking is actually fairly easy...the issue is stability and that takes a combination of vcore and LLC to get right...just keep testing and you will be on top of it soon. Also there are a lot of good people on this forum who will always help..

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One last thing, remember for gaming and some production workloads, you don't need to worry too much as temps will always be lower especially gaming compared to all the bench and stability testing. Prime95 v26.6 blend and Cinebench R20 passes should be more than enough, Aida64 is also quiet a heavy test load... So a good Prime95 run and some 10 or so Cinebench R20 runs should be good enough to shake out any issues as gaming will require a lot less stress...

5 to 5.1Ghz at 1.3v or less should be achievable but for 24/7 use 5.1 really needs a better cooler...

Most important, have fun playing around with the overclock...

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Thank you so much for taking the time and assisting. I installed the beta version and see the VR In/Out and VCore settings now. I'll keep an eye on those and will make the recommended tweaks on Thursday to see what I can do with my existing cooler (realizing that it's my Achilles heel).

Have always enjoyed overclocking. However, I miss the days of simple BIOS settings and being able to overclock chips via motherboard jumpers (like OC'ing my old Pentium 150/60 to 187.5/75). How time has changed.

Again, thanks.

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One last thing, remember for gaming and some production workloads, you don't need to worry too much as temps will always be lower especially gaming compared to all the bench and stability testing. Prime95 v26.6 blend and Cinebench R20 passes should be more than enough, Aida64 is also quiet a heavy test load... So a good Prime95 run and some 10 or so Cinebench R20 runs should be good enough to shake out any issues as gaming will require a lot less stress...

5 to 5.1Ghz at 1.3v or less should be achievable but for 24/7 use 5.1 really needs a better cooler...

Most important, have fun playing around with the overclock...

vMax... I wanted to provide an update, with all cores at 5ghz, on my Hyper 212 RGB Black [dual fans]:


Adjusted BIOS Settings:

  • Turbo Cores = all at 50
  • VCore set to 1.285v, FIXED
  • AVX Offset = 1
  • LLC = High
  • Ring = 46 (haven't tried 47)
  • Ambient room temp = 76f (~24.5c):

A 20 min Handbrake Fast 1080p/30 H.264/MP4 encoding resulted in:

  • H.264 only -- no NVEnc or QuickSync.
  • Core VIDs peaked between 1.304-1.332.
  • However, all Core VIDs averaged 1.257-1.261v.
  • Core Temps peaked between 81-84c, Core4 seems to be my CPU's hot core.
  • However, Core Temps averaged 78-81c; again, Core4 at 81c (highest).
  • No throttling or critical temps.
  • Gigabyte VCore ITE IT8688E peaked at 1.296v with an average of 1.260v.
  • Gigabyte VCore ITE IT87928E peaked at 1.276v with an average of 1.249v.
  • Gigabyte Intersil VR VOUT peaked at 1.282v, with an average of 1.222v
  • No errors encoding; 1080p MP4 played back fine.
  • See attached pic.

P95 26.6 - 64 mins; 57 tests yielded 0 errors and 0 warnings:

  • Core VIDs peaked between 1.332-1.37v; only 1 core reached that, next lowest was 1.342.
  • However, all Core VIDs averaged either 1.310v or 1.311v.
  • Core Temps peaked between 85-89c, 89c on Core4.
  • However, Core Temps averaged 74-78c, with the 78c being on Core4.
  • No throttling or critical temps.
  • Gigabyte VCore ITE IT8688E peaked at 1.296v with an average of 1.260v.
  • Gigabyte VCore ITE IT87928E peaked at 1.276v with an average of 1.249v.
  • Gigabyte Intersil VR VOUT peaked at 1.287v, with an average of 1.223v.
  • See attached pic.

Cinebench R20.06 Bench

  • 509/single (1 pass)
  • 5103/multi (5 passes)
  • Down and dirty -- didn't reboot or stop add'l processes in the background, etc.
  • Core Temps maxed at 80 (Core 4 again), others peaked 76-78c.
  • Core VIDs ran at 1.259-1.265v
  • Gigabyte VCore ITE IT8688E peaked at 1.296v with an average of 1.278v.
  • Gigabyte VCore ITE IT87928E peaked at 1.287v with an average of 1.269v.
  • Gigabyte Intersil VR VOUT peaked at 1.284v, with an average of 1.262v.

CPU-Z 1.92.2 x64 Bench

  • 603/single
  • 6112/multi
  • Benched at 72c/1.26v...
  • Compared to 579/single with 5756/multi at stock settings...
  • ~3.6% increase for single; +5.5% on multi.


Thoughts/Comments:

I know I'm not smashing any records, and a beefier air cooler or switching to AIO in the future would prove a worthwhile upgrade down the road, but I think I found a good working base based on what I have now.

If Handbrake is the most stressful [typical] program that I will run, I assume that if I'm averaging upper-70's throughout the encoding, the temporary peaks in the 80's are nothing to worry about?

Any suggestions for tweaking?

Thanks again for the help!
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Updated post #14 with hwinfo screen captures, cpu-z benches, cinebench, temp/core info, etc.



If anyone has any add'l tweaking thoughts or comments, I'd both welcome and appreciate it.
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Sorry for the delay but work life took over....Looking at your settings you have done very well. You have headroom and with a better cooler like a 280mm or 360mm AIO you could comfortably go 5.1 or even 5.2GHz....Your vcore especially VROUT is more than okay.

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No worries about the delayed response; I appreciate your input... it helped get me to where I'm at!

I put the first two cores' turbos to 51, leaving the others at 50. Probably doesn't do much, as they don't turbo up to 5.1 during benchmarks, but in regular use, the system environment must meet Intel's conditions, and I occasionally see spikes up to 5.1. I'm going to let things be for a while. Very happy with the results given my current cooling situation.

Side note, Gigabyte redesigned the Vision D BIOS layout in F5 (attached). All of my saved profiles were lost. I'm glad I posted what I did; I was able to look up my settings and reapply/save them... all is well again!
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