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  1. Yeah that's what i thought, too. Fuck prime95. Just re-did another IBT run, 20 loops at max @ 1.230 V (added an extra 5mV there just because) and it was stable. Just gonna use it as is for a while and hope its good. Thanks for the feedback, man appreciate it.
  2. Yeah that's what i thought, too. Fuck prime95. Just re-did another IBT run, 20 loops at max @ 1.230 V (added an extra 5mV there just because) and it was stable. Just gonna use it as is for a while and hope its good. Thanks for the feedback, man appreciate it.
  3. Yeah that's what i thought, too. Fuck prime95. Just re-did another IBT run, 20 loops at max @ 1.230 V (added an extra 5mV there just because) and it was stable. Just gonna use it as is for a while and hope its good. Thanks for the feedback, man appreciate it.
  4. LOL, typo. i meant to type out 1.25V for the IBT. so adaptive voltage offsets 25mv-ish more than what i keyed in in the UEFI. so 1.225 = 1.5V. So final thoughts:; stability in IBT ONLY or take prime95 into consideration?
  5. I re-did the stress tessts on IBT an it passed fine at 1.225V (oh, and I know I wrote 1.225, but actual readings my Vcore shows 1.25V under load since I'm using adaptive voltage. So at my current voltage settings of 1.26V my Vcore jumps to 1.3V(!) under load. Seems a bit much just for a 4.5 GHz OC) Prime95 though, two,maybe three of the "workers" stops a few seconds into the test at 1.225 V. I'm using this as a guide though, http://overclocking.guide/stability-testing-with-prime-95/ so it's not "stopping" immediately during a blend test, but rather the 1344K, 30 min test. Quite concerned now with running it on higher voltage since I am on an air cooler, ideally I would like to go down to at least 1.23 V as that gives me temps I can stomach on IBT.
  6. but at 1.225V prime95 runs only a few seconds before it stops. Is this safe to ignore? how do i factor this into my OC?
  7. yes, unfortunately. Using a noctua nh-u12s. I'm running it on push-pull though, but with different fans.
  8. So finally got a a stable 30 min run on prime95 with 1.26 V. That's a whole 35 mV increase just to stabilize it in prime. So i then ran it again in IBT and temps reached 87C, compared to just 78C at 1.225V. I feel like this is a non-issue(?) as I probably won't be using the CPU anywhere close to how IBT stresses it, but still i need to ask if this OC setting is safe? should i downclock further to shave off a couple of degrees? or ignore stability in prime and just run it 1.225 V? or just run my CPU as it is currently hoping it will never even reach high 80s in temps?
  9. I came up with a compromise. Downclocked to 4.5 at 44x uncore and it passed XTU. Now I'm trying to pass prime95 and I've been inching the voltage upwards. WIll update with results
  10. Clocked my 6700K to 4.6GHz@1.225V and it passed every single stress and benchmarking test that i throw at it EXCEPT for XTU. IBT, Very High@30 loops Realbench Cinebench AIDA64 Stress Test@30 minutes Memtest x264 Stability Test (from overclock.net) Is this a cause for concern? Do i need to tweak it more to pass XTU? I read somewhere that XTU Benchmark Test is based on the Prime95 platform, so I'm not sure just how crucial passing the benchmark is
  11. Alright then, I'll just leave it be. Thanks again for putting my mind at ease, guys.
  12. So I finally installed a better monitoring software, and I'm currently in the process of tinkering the clocks. What is up with my CPU clock? I mean, I'm trying to ignore it but that's proving reallyyy hard to do. Can you guys post graph pictures from your machines so I can at least get a comparison? This graph is is showing my CPU at idle. and it just jumps from 800MHz to 4.6GHz CONSTANTLY, like, there is no in between frequency, just 800MHz and the max clock.
  13. rly tho? It's not something like bad power delivery?
  14. Agreed. Still doesn't explain the wildly varying clock speeds I'm getting
  15. No, this is a fresh OS install. nothing like Steam or the sort, just proprietary ASUS software
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