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    Need to go higher by few hundreds MHz and see what's the most stable for your system. All depends on your CPU performance. But if you run all the necessary stress test, like RealBench, then you should be safe.

    Regarding the captcha, it will appear once every 24h. It's not very convenient, but it's one of our security for spams.
    And don't forget, Keep pushing it !

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    X99 Deluxe II with 5960X

    This is not a gaming machine but trying to maximize performance for Solidworks simulation. The processor works at 4.6 and is staying cool just using the basic auto settings in the bios but I cannot seem to get the cache frequency up. Since the simulation is moving a ton of data I think the cache frequency increase is important. Any suggestions on guides for something similar to crank this thing up? Thanks!
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    Don't forget to take a look if you want overclocking guide for your hardware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEMCONSULT View Post
    This is not a gaming machine but trying to maximize performance for Solidworks simulation. The processor works at 4.6 and is staying cool just using the basic auto settings in the bios but I cannot seem to get the cache frequency up. Since the simulation is moving a ton of data I think the cache frequency increase is important. Any suggestions on guides for something similar to crank this thing up? Thanks!
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    Hi MEMCONSULT,

    The Cache ratio and cache voltage can be found in the Extreme Tweaker in the UEFI BIOS. To know more about how to overclock it, check out Raja's guide for i7 5960X in "The Uncore Story" part. If your CPU core frequency is stable at 4.6, you should be able to get similar performance on the cache.

    You might want to check with memory frequency as well and check out your drive. I saw that Solidworks is very demanding, CPU, memory and storage wise. They have a very interesting study about Solidworks and system performance here.
    And don't forget, Keep pushing it !

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    Created a OC supplemental article for OC"ing a Ryzen 5 1600 on a Prime-B350 Plus.
    Anyone needs it here ya go, anyone wants to use it to supplement any of there own writing also fine just a mention and link to the article, please.

    Link: https://www.hisevilness.com/articles...-the-1600.html

    Cheers,
    Last edited by HisEvilness; 10-21-2018 at 11:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HisEvilness View Post
    Created a OC supplemental article for OC"ing a Ryzen 5 1600 on a Prime-B350 Plus.
    Anyone needs it here ya go, anyone want to use it to supplement any of there own writing also fine just a mention and link to the article please.

    Link: https://www.hisevilness.com/articles...-the-1600.html

    Cheers,
    Thanks a lot for sharing your experience and guide. Easy and straight to the point, a good beginner OC tuto for Ryzen 5 1600.
    And don't forget, Keep pushing it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by AkaNe@Asus View Post
    Thanks a lot for sharing your experience and guide. Easy and straight to the point, a good beginner OC tuto for Ryzen 5 1600.
    Cheers, good to hear my writing passes muster, hard to find good guides specially in this early stage.
    Working on some more for the DDR4 RAM will share that as well.

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    X99-E WS 3.1USB isn't listed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northforge View Post
    X99-E WS 3.1USB isn't listed?
    You can follow the Overclocking guide for Broadwell-E.
    And don't forget, Keep pushing it !

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    My i7 7700k on Asus 270F with kraken x62 aio, at 4,8 ghz need 1,38v but c° are very hot, now it is at 4,7ghz with vcore 1,31v ram 3600, some suggestion?

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