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05-29-2020 11:47 AM
pipes Bocio un untill 1.35 if u want know more resf this https://www.intel.com/content/dam/ww...A2zEP_i1Zcrn2P
It's Intel datasheet, search the voltages u want know limits
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05-29-2020 11:39 AM
demps709
Quote: Originally Posted by HeadlessKnight View Post
If he has the X99-A it is not a good idea to leave everything on Auto, because if he enables XMP with post-Broadwell-E BIOS versions the motherboard will set CPU VCCIO to 1.25v and could potentially degrade or murder the CPU in a matter of months or even days.

These are the maximum settings from my findings he can use if the cooling allows :-

Vcore : 1.30v max is preferred (1.35v if the CPU is not in a continuous 100% load environment or if he is not going to crazy AVX2 workload levels like Prime95, latest OCCT or LinX)
Vcache : 1.20v is the absolute max, around 1.15v is preferred. Haswell-E is very fragile when it comes to cache and degrade pretty quickly due to high Vcache voltage.
VCCIN : 1.95v at LLC7
CPU VCCIO : 1.10v only if having difficulty stabilizing the RAM, otherwise set it manually to 1.05v.
VCCSA : 1.10v max but usually not need that much, and System Agent is not always stable at higher voltages. My chip can do DDR4-3200 at 0.880v VCCSA so in worst cases I don't think he will need more than 1.0v.

Regards
Does newer BIOS have that problem? I've been running Version 3801 2017/12/04 for a long time. I'll have to go and look at my settings but my 5820k has been 4.5ghz @ 1.35v with I believe the rest or most on auto for like 5 years.
05-29-2020 10:18 AM
HeadlessKnight
Quote: Originally Posted by pipes View Post
Start with 1.30 volta and try with 45x and test if is Stanley, if nota Stanley got down at 44x...leave all the rest auto

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If he has the X99-A it is not a good idea to leave everything on Auto, because if he enables XMP with post-Broadwell-E BIOS versions the motherboard will set CPU VCCIO to 1.25v and could potentially degrade or murder the CPU in a matter of months or even days.

These are the maximum settings from my findings he can use if the cooling allows :-

Vcore : 1.30v max is preferred (1.35v if the CPU is not in a continuous 100% load environment or if he is not going to crazy AVX2 workload levels like Prime95, latest OCCT or LinX)
Vcache : 1.20v is the absolute max, around 1.15v is preferred. Haswell-E is very fragile when it comes to cache and degrade pretty quickly due to high Vcache voltage.
VCCIN : 1.95v at LLC7
CPU VCCIO : 1.10v only if having difficulty stabilizing the RAM, otherwise set it manually to 1.05v.
VCCSA : 1.10v max but usually not need that much, and System Agent is not always stable at higher voltages. My chip can do DDR4-3200 at 0.880v VCCSA so in worst cases I don't think he will need more than 1.0v.

Regards
05-29-2020 10:02 AM
pipes Start with 1.30 volta and try with 45x and test if is Stanley, if nota Stanley got down at 44x...leave all the rest auto

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05-29-2020 09:52 AM
demps709
Quote: Originally Posted by pipes View Post
Bere Is a good guide with voltages limita too https://www.tweaktown.com/guides/675...ide/index.html

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Thanks, I'll give it a read.
05-29-2020 09:29 AM
pipes
Quote: Originally Posted by demps709 View Post
So my new 5960x is here. Likely going to do some loop maintenance this weekend and swap it in. I've been out of the loop on overclocking guides and whatnot. Are there any good/updated guides around? I'm pretty sure I had just done a quick and dirty OC on my 5820k (XMP, multiplier, and voltage).
Bere Is a good guide with voltages limita too https://www.tweaktown.com/guides/675...ide/index.html

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05-29-2020 09:13 AM
demps709
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
You have no system spec's added to your signature
So which board/..... ?
Odd, my signature had disabled. Put it back.
05-29-2020 08:45 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by demps709 View Post
So my new 5960x is here. Likely going to do some loop maintenance this weekend and swap it in. I've been out of the loop on overclocking guides and whatnot. Are there any good/updated guides around? I'm pretty sure I had just done a quick and dirty OC on my 5820k (XMP, multiplier, and voltage).
Hi,
You have no system spec's added to your signature
So which board/..... ?
05-29-2020 08:42 AM
demps709 So my new 5960x is here. Likely going to do some loop maintenance this weekend and swap it in. I've been out of the loop on overclocking guides and whatnot. Are there any good/updated guides around? I'm pretty sure I had just done a quick and dirty OC on my 5820k (XMP, multiplier, and voltage).
05-23-2020 09:52 PM
demps709
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Yep about 25% boost
Around 9700k so if you can get a new 5960x for around 400.00 or used for around 300.00 not a bad deal.
I wouldn't bother with an es...
They're pretty cheap now. I got a J batch 5960x for $225. Should be here in a few days.
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