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post #11 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-27-2018, 10:32 PM
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Are you using anything to monitor your vcore? Or other voltages and temps for that matter...HWinfo is as good as it gets these days and IMO the only good option for peeking under the hood. What are you stressing with? Not sure if you're aware but the screen shots you posted show no vcore but based of what you've said (1.4v) your max temp is 60c with an AIO and I know that's not right. You're either posing screenshots without a (good) stress test running or the software is way off. If you were stressing while monitoring you'd have already known that 1.5v was way too much.

No offense but it seems like you could really benefit from learning how to overclock Kaby/Coffee Lake.

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As shown in the screenshots, using CPUID CPU-Z 1.86.0 "core voltage" reading to get the vcore voltage. Is the vcore and core voltage not the same then?



No stress testing per se, simply getting the idle and load temp readings from CoreTemp 1.1 after normal computing and steam gaming. Holding off CineBench or other more advance stress testing until I have a safe overclock under normal conditions.

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CPU-Z tends to show VID. Not VCore, but it varies from board to board.

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Your overclocking methods appear to be rather haphazard. No offense intended. But you're actually risking your system by using such an approach.

Download a copy of HWinfo64.

Your actual VCORE (or something reasonable approximating it) will show as VCORE in the sensor tables.
The higher your overclock, the more you can ignore VID unless you're running [adaptive and offset] which on some boards will adjust VID settings.
Folks with 8086 chips can pay more attention to VID as the chip's VID table tops 5 GHz, which means it can be useful guesstimating Voltages above 5.0.

You should have HWinfo64 open when you run tests like Realbench.

HWinfo64 will show your max VCORE and min VCORE values when stressed and at rest. The VCORE should drop under heavy load.

Once you have some data you can make some reasoned choices.

I suspect yours is a chip with very low leakage. Pushing it past its comfort level is not advised.
Personally, I'd just go with the speed to which SL binned the chip. They've done the hard work already and that's what you bought.

Just my $.02, though. Interested to see what you decide.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Beagle Box View Post
I suspect yours is a chip with very low leakage. Pushing it past its comfort level is not advised.
Personally, I'd just go with the speed to which SL binned the chip. They've done the hard work already and that's what you bought.

Just my $.02, though. Interested to see what you decide.
Agreed, SL binning was @ 1.387V Core with -2AVX @ 4.9 GHz

This if the current config taken from HW :


So, with everyone advice, I believe I've achieved the goal (0.005V under close enough? ) Thanks for the more accurate tool, btw.

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I think you'll be happy with it @ 4.9 for every day use. Steady performance and hopefully no more BSODs.

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FYI no one recommends HWmonitor anymore and hasn't for a long time. Not sure if it lost support or what exactly the problem is but every overclocker recommends HWinfo over HWmonitor.
Not sure what your overclocking methodology is but I'd also recommend the SL specs until you read up on how to OC the core and cache.

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That's odd, you should have 6 places for vcore.

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That's odd, you should have 6 places for vcore.
Depends on motherboard. Had 4 places on Hero VII, and had 1 place on Z97 Pro Gamer, Z97 Killer and now on Z97X Gaming 5. Fun fact - no system agent voltage reading on the last one :v

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