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    Inexplicably, the one from included flash drive works. They are the same version but that one works. DIP5 pushed my 7700k to 5.1Ghz on a 420mm custom loop.

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    I tried following this *DIP5 guide for my 6700K on an Asus Z170-a with a Corsair H110iGT AIO cooler.

    My problem was that the target cpu voltage slider didnt show volts of millivolts, when I adjusted the slider the number alongside was a range of +1 to +125??

    To prevent DiP5 from doing an insane overclock I instead set the target temp to 65deg C

    I selected TPU1 in the settings so that DIP5 wouldnt adjust the BLK.

    It overclocked my 6700k to 4.8 on 2 cores and 4.7 on the other two at 1.39v

    Havent stress tested yet.

    Is this a save OC given that I couldnt set a target of 1.35v?*

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    1.39V is fine for an i7-6700K as long as the temperatures are kept in check.

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    I usually try to shy away from software for overclocking.

    It's been awhile since I used AI Suite and thought I'd try it, AI Suite 3 and DIP5 is working great here !

    Thanks Chino !

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    I just built a new rig a few days ago. I'll list it at the end of this post. However, I just now found this nice thread here from Chino.

    After I received all my new computer parts, and put everything together, I went to Asus site and downloaded all file listed for my MB, including all the utilities, which of course included DIP5. I updated all drivers, and then started perusing the utilities. I really didn't know what most of them were, and I still don't know what some of them are. I've been trying to crash course myself on learning about them all, but anyway, I fired up DIP5 without knowing much about it.

    I ran the 5-way optimization since it basically recommended that I do so when I first opened it, IIRC. I really didn't know what I was doing but I tried to make my best intelligent guesses on what I should do.

    I don't remember what all settings I chose to run it at, but this is what I ended up with:

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    While watching DIP5 "do its thing" I saw that it went to 5100 MHz and found an instability and then it dialed itself back to 5050 MHz and retested and finalized at this OC. Pretty cool.

    I have run numerous stress tests on it since (Prime95 for 12-hours, Memtest86+, AIDA64, a few others, I forget all teh names now...I was doing Googling and following random suggestions in different posts/articles/guides I came across...(some were from Chino actually, I've seen your name quite a bit in other forums as well ) and it seems stable with no crashes or throttling. I did get some slight rounding errors every now and then on Prime95 though...not sure if I should worry about that, or not.

    After reading this guide now though, after the fact, I do see my system appears to be OC'd to 1.375-volts which is slightly higher than your recommended 1.35-volts. Should I consider this a problem?

    Did I "luck out" in the silicone lottery? I'm starting to think that I did from everything I've been reading so far. But maybe I still don't understand some things...

    Like: I haven't gotten Realbench to function properly yet, But I think I see now I didn't have the most recent version. I'll try to newest version next.

    Also, I was running HWMonitor during these tests, while also watching DIP5's readouts. HWMonitor always reported temperatures about 10-12 C above what DIP5 was listing. Which one is more accurate? For instance, DIP5 might be listing a current CPU Temp of 80 (full load), while at the same time HWMonitor was reporting 90C or so. Are these programs measuring at different sensors? What is going on there? I had similar discrepancies between other programs, like the temps AIDA64 was reporting vs. DIP5 vs. HWMonitor, etc.

    One last question (sorry so long): is there any program out there that will automatically OC my Geforce 1080 Ti card in a similar fashion as DIP5 OC'd my CPU? I haven't messed with my GPU OC yet at all...

    This automation of OC'ing is an awesome accomplishment! I have read many negative reviews of this DIP5 program in my searching, but they were all old posts, 2+ years or more old.

    Thanks!

    EDIT: I just realized anyone can see my system specs by clicking on the red button on the left; so no need to list them here.
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    How are your temperatures with 1.375V? If they are in check, it's up to you.

    As a rule of thumb, you should never run two or more monitoring utilities simultaneously because they can cause polling errors. AI Suite shows the temperature from the CPU socket while HWMonitor shows the CPU core temperature.

    As for automatic overclocking for the GPU, I'm sure it's a feature that we will see very soon.

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    My temperatures seem fine in every stress test I do. I'd say its been peaking in mid-80's for very brief periods from time to time under the heaviest loads. That is according to DIP5 readings and/or readings within a stress test program, such as AIDA64. As mentioned, HWMonitor reported about 10C higher on average, which I guess makes sense since you stated it was measuring core temp. vs. socket temp. I'll stop using HWMOnitor I guess, since it could cause polling errors as you said. My CPU Temp. is sitting between 32 and 34C right now (according to DIP5) at idle as I write this.

    So I would think those temps are acceptable, wouldn't you?

    I'll probably run DIP5 again after I get my GPU OC'd and see what I get on the next run.
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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array chiilin PC Specs
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    So does DIP5 OC the RAM too? Or does it leave that alone and only focus on the CPU?

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