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8600k OC Method

Lucidire
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So I've been messing around with the OC and at first I just left voltage at auto and just changed the multiplier, all core temps are <70C at 1.35V, but a problem I've been having is whether its Prime95 or Realbench, the clockspeeds dont stay at my multiplier. Is there any other settings I should change to address this. Also if I want to keep a stable voltage can I just jump to 1.35 and mess with the multiplier after? Thanks!

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1 minute ago, Lucidire said:

 

AVX instructions use more power so it has to down clock itself, there's an "AVX Offset" in your bios that controls it.

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8 minutes ago, Streetguru said:

AVX instructions use more power so it has to down clock itself, there's an "AVX Offset" in your bios that controls it.

Oh so should I change it to a fixed value like 0?

 

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5 minutes ago, Lucidire said:

Oh so should I change it to a fixed value like 0?

 

no. AVX offset is there for a reason, as AVX instruction sets are very taxing on your cpu.

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1 minute ago, Firewrath9 said:

no. AVX offset is there for a reason, as AVX instruction sets are very taxing on your cpu.

but does stressing the cpu this way represent how it will act normally if i want to test its stability?

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Just now, Lucidire said:

but does stressing the cpu this way represent how it will act normally if i want to test its stability?

Yes, but i prefer AIDA64 with FPUs as a stress test. 

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9 minutes ago, Lucidire said:

but does stressing the cpu this way represent how it will act normally if i want to test its stability?

If all you do is gaming you're rarely going to see AVX workloads

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What games or other software do you need to run?

 

 

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1 hour ago, Lucidire said:

but does stressing the cpu this way represent how it will act normally if i want to test its stability?

p95 is overkill on temps by at least 10C compared to any other real world workload, i recommend aida (if even) or realbench, or just fire up some intensive games u play for a few hours.

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