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6700k overclock help [ WIP, Stable But...... ]

When I first got this system I ran a Msi gameboost via my bios to get a Auto boost of 4.4ghz over stock 4.0.

I since then moved to tinkering with bios and upping my clock which was 4.5 GHz at 1.275v which I never though was right since I looked today and the gameboost set my voltage at 1.320v

 

While the gameboost did do what I wanted I noticed my xmp was always off stopping my ram from being at its speed of 3200mhz as I own 3200mhz ripjaw v ddr4 ram.

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Now comes today. I reset my clocks and activated gameboost and saw it gave 1.320v so I disables it again set my clocks to 44 and my voltage to 1.320v and activated xmp and I've been successfully stressing my system with real Bench and heavy load for about 2 hours now. 

 

My problem is my motherboard does not have a Manuel mode for voltage only Auto, adaptive and override modes.    And since GB never set the mode past auto I put it on adaptive but looking at online advice adaptive is wrong..

 

Can I get some advice help? Temps ever rise about 63 cel on all 4 cores

 

Here r screen shots of the current setting. Although the pics don't show xmp active. 

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Honestly you can leave that to auto. No need to change it. Your best bet is to find what you can boot into windows at without going over 1.4v which is the recommended safe 24/7 voltage for Skylake processors. Like for me, I have my 6700k at 1.375v stable, I need to crank my volts up to nearly 1.45 to get stable at 4.8 so I am happy where im at personally. 

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I would assume override mode could allow you to override the voltage and XMP settings that the game boost set? It would make since for it to do that according to its name.

 

Regardless take a look at the manual if you didn't, there must be a manual mode somewhere.

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1 minute ago, legacy99 said:

Honestly you can leave that to auto. No need to change it. Your best bet is to find what you can boot into windows at without going over 1.4v which is the recommended safe 24/7 voltage for Skylake processors. Like for me, I have my 6700k at 1.375v stable, I need to crank my volts up to nearly 1.45 to get stable at 4.8 so I am happy where im at personally. 

At what point do u think I'd need to crank my voltage at ? As I wouldn't mind getting to at least 4.6ghz

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Just now, vESP said:

At what point do u think I'd need to crank my voltage at ? As I wouldn't mind getting to at least 4.6ghz

Well, leave your volts at current, step up your multiplier to 45, reboot and see if it boots, if it does, then repeat and go to 46. Once you can boot into windows, run a stress test like Aida64 or Intel Burn Test for 15-20 minutes to see if it crashes, if it does, up your volts by .005 until it doesnt. Then continue repeating the process until you can test clean on that voltage setting for several hours or a 10 pass on high with intel burn test. I would then consider that stable. 

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12 minutes ago, Castdeath97 said:

I would assume override mode could allow you to override the voltage and XMP settings that the game boost set? It would make since for it to do that according to its name.

 

Regardless take a look at the manual if you didn't, there must be a manual mode somewhere.

yea i will look into that didnt think of the manuel, i used to be a laptop nerd haha when dell alienware had its own preset boosts etc

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4 minutes ago, vESP said:

yea i will look into that didnt think of the manuel, i used to be a laptop nerd haha when dell alienware had its own preset boosts etc

 

Override Mode is MSI's wording for manual voltage.

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16 minutes ago, legacy99 said:

Well, leave your volts at current, step up your multiplier to 45, reboot and see if it boots, if it does, then repeat and go to 46. Once you can boot into windows, run a stress test like Aida64 or Intel Burn Test for 15-20 minutes to see if it crashes, if it does, up your volts by .005 until it doesnt. Then continue repeating the process until you can test clean on that voltage setting for several hours or a 10 pass on high with intel burn test. I would then consider that stable. 

hey there, well i did the steps as suggested, here is a screenshot. although i didnt no what settings of intelburn to run so i left it at stock...

 

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2 minutes ago, done12many2 said:

 

Override Mode is MSI's wording for manual voltage.

thank you. kinda saved me having to search for my manuel as its not in my MB box haha :) im used to asus maximus range when i used to do desktop gaming / work

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Very nice. Now step it up to 4.6 like you want, you should be able to get up to 4.7 with out any problems and still be under the 1.4v 24/7 rule. 

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Just now, legacy99 said:

Very nice. Now step it up to 4.6 like you want, you should be able to get up to 4.7 with out any problems and still be under the 1.4v 24/7 rule. 

im running at 4.6 now still at the 1.32v range.

 

should jump to 4.7 and see if that too is stable? then start the extended tests?

 

also is that the correct settings for IBT?

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Yea, run the standard for initial stability testing, then switch it to high and 15-20 passes for a real test on it. 

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Just now, legacy99 said:

Yea, run the standard for initial stability testing, then switch it to high and 15-20 passes for a real test on it. 

Ok me maybe being a fool decided to check the 1.320 by running real Bench on a single run benchmark. I just got this.

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That face is how I feel right now haha cause it's stuck on 35℅

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hehe, yea I didnt think you would be stable at 4.7 @1.320, just keep bumping it up, right now try .010 up, but I have a feeling you will be up closer to where I am at near 1.375 for stability. 

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you can just hard shut down, its not going to hurt anything. 

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1 minute ago, legacy99 said:

you can just hard shut down, its not going to hurt anything. 

I thank you for the help so far going to start upping. Then this.

 

1. Change voltage by 0.10

2. Boot into windows

3. Run 10 standard IBT 

4. If no crash run real Bench benchmark. If no crash run high ibt at 20 pass 

5. If crash repeat steps 1-5

 

Also a another question. This won't end up hitting my gpu will it as the 1080 cost me 1200 in my country and thats about 2x my mb and cpu price

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nope, this is strictly your CPU voltage. Will have zero impact on your GPU. And the safe voltage for running a Skylake CPU safely 24/7 is 1.4v

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And yes, Once you can boot into windows and run 10 passes without crashes, if you need to bump your voltages after that, only do it by .005v instead of .010. 

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nope, this is strictly your CPU voltage. Will have zero impact on your GPU. And the safe voltage for running a Skylake CPU safely 24/7 is 1.4v

I just remember the days of the cpu shorting easy  and taking Ur gpu along with it

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I just remember the days of the cpu shorting easy  and taking Ur gpu along with it

nope. All voltages are completely isolated and the CPU has its own voltage regulators on the motherboard to ensure it. 

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Only thing these days that could take your CPU out is if your memory voltage goes to high or your core voltages go to high. 

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1 minute ago, legacy99 said:

Only thing these days that could take your CPU out is if your memory voltage goes to high or your core voltages go to high. 

So even with my Bsod until stable only heat and 1.4v + can do real damage ? Sorry for all the questions your just being a great help and I tend to leach as much info from being with experience as possible so that I then won't have issues in the future :)

 

I've Bsod 3 times and had to voltage up 0.10 3 times 

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Also I just hit the 1.360 area and this is showing up. the voltage is Red......

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Thats fine. 

 

http://ark.intel.com/products/88195/Intel-Core-i7-6700K-Processor-8M-Cache-up-to-4_20-GHz

 

This is the official spec sheet of intel. Intel lists it can go up to 1.52v. You are find with continuing to bump it up. 

 

1.4v is the community recommended voltage to run for 24/7 operations. You can push it up higher, some say up to 1.45, but its not recommended to leave it there for 24/7 usage. 

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Phanteks P300A |  Elgato HD60 Pro | Avermedia Live Gamer Duo | Avermedia 4k GC573 Capture Card

 

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