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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    I’m still using the CPU I used to write that guide in my daily rig, and it’s switched on for 15-20 hours per day.

    How long have you been running a Broadwell-E CPU? I should add the the CPU I have has spent most of the past 2.5 years overclocked within the confines cited in my guide and continues to be a reliable workhorse.

    Please don’t make assumptions.
    can you please give me your ANY opinion about my OC issues (if i do have them)?*

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    lots of people tell me that i should decrease bclk to 100 and some of the voltages, my rig worked with turned xmp on straight after the build for almost two years and is being ok, but when i try to change just multiplier to 35, bios changes voltsge way above 1.3, and but i'm just getting more confused
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    I’m still using the CPU I used to write that guide in my daily rig, and it’s switched on for 15-20 hours per day.

    How long have you been running a Broadwell-E CPU? I should add the the CPU I have has spent most of the past 2.5 years overclocked within the confines cited in my guide and continues to be a reliable workhorse.

    Please don’t make assumptions.
    Hi,
    I find that hard to believe seeing all the newer chips out now but okay

    What is the reasoning if you'd be so kind for the vccio cpu voltage spike on broardwell-e bios
    1.240v is a tad drastic from haswell-e 2101 bios which vccio cpu stays pretty much at 1.05v

    Just increasing memory frequency shoots vccio cpu to 1.24v+ on any bios above 2101.
    If memory frequency is default vccio cpu stays within 1.05v as it should always be +-

    Many chips have been toasted and reported on the broadwell-e thread at ocn not too many reports in a while but i do find it very odd for this spike in voltage.
    Some say could be too much cache voltage or frequency could of also fried these chips too

    Funny when a chip fries nobody can really recall settings beside auto voltages were used

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    Hi,
    I find that hard to believe seeing all the newer chips out now but okay

    I play with lots of hardware, but not everything becomes my daily rig.


    Just curious, how long have you been rocking a BW-E chip?


    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    What is the reasoning if you'd be so kind for the vccio cpu voltage spike on broardwell-e bios
    1.240v is a tad drastic from haswell-e 2101 bios which vccio cpu stays pretty much at 1.05v
    The auto rules are there to account for the worst case CPUs. That’s always the reasoning.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    Many chips have been toasted and reported on the broadwell-e thread at ocn not too many reports in a while but i do find it very odd for this spike in voltage.
    Some say could be too much cache voltage or frequency could of also fried these chips too

    Funny when a chip fries nobody can really recall settings beside auto voltages were used



    Internet, hearsay, assumptions....need one say more? What I can say for sure is that high core or cache voltage mixed with hours of AVX-enabled Prime95 are not a good mix. Yep, we test these things in our labs.
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    Hi,
    I not on broadwell-e still haswell-e op is aware

    After this kb # hit I lost a lot interest in an eol platform since asus bailed on support leaving people to do workarounds... them selves
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...4100347-update

    Besides broadwell-e is still way too much or at least 6950x's are good chips but not worth it for me at current prices

    Thanks for the explanation but we'll just have to agree to disagree on vccio cpu voltage to use

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    Hi,
    I not on broadwell-e still haswell-e op is aware

    Thanks for the explanation but we'll just have to agree to disagree on vccio cpu voltage to use

    Yes we will. I can understand you dont have the platform so are being cautious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    Yes we will. I can understand you dont have the platform so are being cautious.
    and what about me? i'm the broadwell-e owner here seeking for help. just can't decide what bclk to stick to! 2 years with xmp/125 strap were very good, now it's time for a little boost

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    Hi,
    Stick with the oc guide
    Read some of the many comments where even I found on the haswell-e oc guide to be very informative

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    Hi,
    Stick with the oc guide
    Read some of the many comments where even I found on the haswell-e oc guide to be very informative
    hi mate,
    the problem for me is that 90% of the comments are going against the oc guide. according to pc guide, i'm doing just fine. but a lot of people suggest me to try lower those voltages and decrease the bus clock. I just can't turn my pc on cause i cannot figure out those guidelines

    https://www.reddit.com/r/intel/comme...D7&sh=c0efe67b
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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderin View Post
    hi mate,
    the problem for me is that 90% of the comments are going against the oc guide. according to pc guide, i'm doing just fine. but a lot of people suggest me to try lower those voltages and decrease the bus clock. I just can't turn my pc on cause i cannot figure out those guidelines

    https://www.reddit.com/r/intel/comme...D7&sh=c0efe67b
    The idea is to tune the voltages gradually so that you arrive at what your chip requires for stability. There's nothing to get hung up on, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    The idea is to tune the voltages gradually so that you arrive at what your chip requires for stability. There's nothing to get hung up on, really.
    What about the bclk size? Is it a good idea to decrease it from 125 at all? My rig feels just fine with 125 bclk strap, but everyone insists on trying to decrease it telling me that 3000 mhz ram doesn't require bclk that high.

    And btw that windows 10 update issue has never giving me any problems, my system was overclocked via XMP with no problems.
    Last edited by wonderin; 02-04-2019 at 01:18 PM.

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