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laushik

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About laushik

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    YoNeilGaming

System

  • CPU
    I7 6700K Overclocked to 4.4 GHz at 1.35v
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z170 HD3
  • RAM
    GSKILL RIPJAWS V DDR4 16GB 3000MHZ
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1070 GAMING X 8G overclocked to
  • Case
    NZXT S340 RED
  • Storage
    WD 1TB BLUE AND SAMSUNG EVO 250GB SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA 650W GQ
  • Display(s)
    LG 25UM58-P ULTRAWIDE
  • Cooling
    H100I GTX
  • Keyboard
    CORSAIR K70
  • Mouse
    RAZER NAGA EPIC CRHOMA WIRELESS
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 PRO
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  1. laushik

    Do you know the answer to this math problem?

    You are correct!!!
  2. This is actually an upgrade from an old motherboard. This motherboard is one week old and I updated the bios as soon as I got it.
  3. I have very recently updated the bios.
  4. I have a question; When overclocking my i7 6700k on the PRIME Z270-A Why do my voltages go up or down in increments of 0.016v? Is this normal? Why can it not use the voltage that I entered in the bios?Currently I have set my voltage at 1.33v for a 4.6GHZ overclock. However, windows and the BIOS report it as 1.328v. My voltages go up or down by 0.016v, e.g 1.312v, 1.328v, 1.344v, 1.36v, etc. Lets say I put voltages at 1.355v, then it will automatically go to the closest increment which in this case would be 1.36v. HERE ARE THE SETTINGS OF MY BIOS (Except voltage is at 1.33v): https://youtu.be/gZe26lv7lJ4 SystemCPUI7 6700K Overclocked to 4.6 GHz at 1.33vMotherboardAsus Z270 PRIME - ARAMGSKILL RIPJAWS V DDR4 16GB 3000MHZGPUMSI GTX 1070 GAMING X 8G overclocked to 2063 MHZ and 8900 MHZ memory clockCaseNZXT S340 REDStorageWD 1TB BLUE AND SAMSUNG EVO 250GB SSDPSUEVGA 650W GQDisplay(s)LG 25UM58-P ULTRAWIDE and LG 29UM58-P 29 ULTRAWIDECoolingCORSAIR H100I GTXKeyboardCORSAIR K70MouseLOGITECH G502 PROTEUS SPECTRUMOperating SystemWindows 10 PRO
  5. laushik

    Why are my temps so high?

    OMG I think the reason why, is because my fans are not actually blowing into the radiators, they are pulling from the radiators!!! for the last ~2 years -_-. This explains why there is no dust in the actual radiator...
  6. laushik

    Why are my temps so high?

    Why leave it at stock?
  7. laushik

    Why are my temps so high?

    Maybe one of the steps in the tutorial I linked above is causing me these high temps?
  8. laushik

    Why are my temps so high?

    I really would not like to take the risk of losing my cpu. There must be something wrong with the cooler or something...
  9. laushik

    Why are my temps so high?

    I just removed the cooler and added new thermal paste a week ago when upgrading my motherboard. The pump is at it's max performance setting.
  10. laushik

    Why are my temps so high?

    Up to 1.4v on Skylake is completely safe/fine.
  11. laushik

    Why are my temps so high?

    1. Pump is running at 3000 RPM's + at load 2. I used a pea sized amount of artic silver 5 3. CPU-Z says 1.328v (constant no matter how much load) 4. I'm using the default static pressure corsair fans that the AIO came with 5. I have an NZXT S340. Radiator in the front blowing air with two 120mm exhaust. AKA the cpu is getting fresh ambient air, not air from the case.
  12. So I overclocked my i7 6700K to 4.6 GHZ at 1.33v. I have a Corsair H100i GTX liquid cooler and at max load on aida 64 my temps peak up to 84 C! Why are my temperatures so high at only 1.33v? At idle my CPU is around 25C - 35C. HERE IS THE GUIDE I USED FOR OVERCLOCKING.
  13. laushik

    My First Overclocking

    You CANNOT overclock your CPU. It is IMPOSSIBLE. You do not have a “K” next to the i5 6500 meaning you are not able to even if you got a motherboard that supports overclocking. If you really want to overlock, you can overclock your GPU!
  14. So how come the tutorial I linked above, the person was able to put her voltage exactly at 1.31 instead of it bumping up to 1.312v?
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