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  1. #241
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    Hello !
    I passed realbench with my i7 5960 x @ 4.5 Ghz and 32 GO of trident Z @ 3200 Ghz 14-14-14-32 (XMP) without error, but I get a few errors with HCIMemtest.
    WIch one must I trust ?

  2. #242
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    HCI Memtest is good for testing memory overclocks. Yours seems to be unstable if errors come up.

  3. #243
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    HCI Memtest is good for testing memory overclocks. Yours seems to be unstable if errors come up.
    What about realbench ?

  4. #244
    ROG Enthusiast Array PipJones PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus Rampage V Extreme
    ProcessorIntel i7-6850K @ 4500 CPU / 3900 Cache / AVX -2
    Memory (part number)CMK16GX4M4C3200C16
    Graphics Card #1nVidia GTX1080ti FE with EK W/C
    MonitorIiyama G-Master GB2888UHSU
    Storage #1256Gb Samsung NVMe (MZ-V5P256BW)
    Storage #24x HGST HTS721010A9E630 1TB 2.5" 7K1000 SATA 3 7200rpm (RAID 10)
    CPU CoolerCustom EK Loop
    CaseCorsair 900D
    Power SupplyCorsair AX1200i
    Keyboard Corsair Raptor K30 Gaming Keyboard
    Mouse Corsair M65 PRO RGB FPS Gaming Mouse
    OS Windows 10/64
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    a question about "The Uncore Story" ...

    I recently decided to start a new overclock, moving away from the 125 strap that I was using.

    As a refresher I re-read this guide. This section seems to say that cache voltage can be "in the region of 1.35~1.45V."

    Is that correct? and more importantly, is it safe? I've got my 5820k cache running at 4400 CPU with 4300 Cache (cache voltage ~1.245V). I would like to push further.

    "The Uncore Story

    Overclocking the cache frequency is not essential as processor core frequency dominates overall performance. However, if one wishes to experiment with cache overclocking - the cache frequency (AKA Uncore) can help boost some benchmark scores if run close to the processor core frequency.

    Good processor samples can achieve 4.6GHz Uncore frequency in tandem with CPU core frequency at the same value. Depending upon the processor sample, this may require cache voltage in the region of 1.35~1.45V."

  5. #245
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    Quote Originally Posted by symsei View Post
    What about realbench ?

    realbench is fine for benchmarks and stress testing. But only one error in HCI memtest deems your ram as unstable, might want to change the clocks a little

  6. #246
    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Lynkdev PC Specs
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    Memory (part number)G.Skill 32gb 2133 F4-2133C15Q-32GRR
    Graphics Card #1EVGA SC TITAN X
    Graphics Card #2EVGA SC TITAN X
    Sound Cardonboard HD
    MonitorAcer Predator 34-inch
    Storage #12x 840 PRO 256gb RAID 0
    Storage #2850 pro 512 ssd
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    OS 10 pro x64

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    I used to be able to pass realbench stable at 4.6 OC 1.26vcore, ever since i upgraded bios to latest 3001/2 just setting XMP and 4.6 with 1.35vcore causes bsod as soon as the computing starts.

    Anyone else having issues with their current OC after new bios? should i revert back? what would i lose going back to 1802?

  7. #247
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    Great guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Praz View Post
    The following is assuming active cooling across the VRM section of the motherboard. Set VCCIN to 1.90V and LLC to Level 8. Make the necessary adjustments for stability at your desired CPU, cache and memory speeds and timings. Once stability is found slightly lower VCORE and increase VCCIN in 0.010V steps. If still stable continue lowering VCORE, raising VCCIN and testing for stability until VCORE cannot be lowered any further while remaining stable or 1.95V VCCIN is reached.

    If increasing VCCIN from 1.90V does not allow a lower VCORE VCCIN may already be higher than needed. Lower VCCIN in 0.010V steps while testing for stability. Once instability is reached increase VCCIN at least 0.010V.*
    Very helpful advise. Thank you. I managed to decrease my core by another 0.04 at LLC 6. This also seemed to have general an *mpact on my system performance.*

  8. #248
    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array Vlada011 PC Specs
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    MotherboardRampage V E10 (BIOS 1903)
    ProcessorIntel®i7-5820K (4.5GHz 1.325V)
    Memory (part number)CMD16GX4M4A2666C15
    Graphics Card #1ASUS GTX1080Ti Poseidon
    Sound CardSound Blaster ZxR
    MonitorSamsung P2450H
    Storage #1Samsung 970 EVO PLUS 1TB
    Storage #2Samsung 850 EVO 1TB/WD Black 2TB
    CPU CoolerEK RGB Monoblock RVE10
    CaseLian Li PC-O11 WXC
    Power SupplyEVGA 1200 P2
    Keyboard Deck 87 Francium PRO - MX Brown DS PBT
    Mouse Logitech G900
    Mouse Pad Steeseries QCK
    Headset/Speakers CREATIVE T5900 5.1
    OS Windows 10 Pro x64 v1903
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    Guys how you set voltage for CPU Cache?
    On Manual, Adaptive or Offset.
    I kept on Adaptive but someone told me that not work and voltage will not drop in idle as CPU Core Voltage.
    I keep on 1.200V but it would be nice to drop in idle, but if not OK.

  9. #249
    ROG Enthusiast Array ReaperOneSIx PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus X99 Rampage V 10 Anniversary Edition
    ProcessorIntel i7 5960x
    Memory (part number)G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 64GB (8GBx8) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200
    Graphics Card #1EVGA 1080 TI FTW 3 Elite
    Graphics Card #2EVGA 1080 TI FTW 3 Elite
    Sound CardSoundblaster Zxr
    MonitorASUS ROG PG278QR Black 27" 1ms (GTG) 165Hz WQHD 2560x1440 NVIDIA G-Sync Gaming Monitor
    Storage #1Samsung SSD 970 Evo Plus 2 TB
    Storage #2Samsung SSD 850 Evo 4 TB
    CPU CoolerCorsair H150i Pro
    CaseThermaltake Core X71 Black ATX Gaming Full Tower Tt LCS Certified Gaming Computer Case
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    I manage to push mine to
    4504Mhz or 4503.8Mhz

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    ROG Member Array Morlock PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus R5E10
    Memory (part number)DDR4 8x8Gb, 3200CL16
    Graphics Card #1MSI GTX 1080Ti Gaming X 11G
    Sound CardAsus SupremeFX Hi-Fi
    MonitorBENQ GW2470
    Storage #1System - Samsung SM961; Game - Goodram Iridium Pro 240Gb
    Storage #2HDD - SB ST2000DM001
    CPU CoolerNoctua NH-D14
    Power SupplyEVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2, 80+ GOLD
    Keyboard Logitech G19 Gaming USB
    Mouse Logitech G502 Hero
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    Dear Gentlemen))
    There is R5E10 on which E5-1650v3 and 4x8GB are installed.
    The processor can up to 4.5 / 3.8 at 1.25V without overheating and errors.
    At the same time, the memory frequency cannot exceed 2400. No way! If the factor is even 2666, the code is bd.
    If I install the strap 125MHz, then everything in the BIOS shows that the target is correct, but at the same time the system boots as if it were not set to 125 MHz, but to 100 MHz.
    Does 1650v3 strap support? Or did I need to take the i7-5930K so that the memory worked for 3000/3200?
    Last edited by Morlock; 09-18-2019 at 08:40 PM.

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