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    oh I just noticed I had the wrong specs for the RAM there.

    Its actually Corsair Vengence 16GB (2×8) DDR3 21330Mhz.
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    OK, try setting your ram manually with the voltages I posted and see if this gets temps any lower.

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    Is there any disadvantage to not running XMP mode or setting Ram to its rated speeds?

    As it seems to make the CPU run hotter, thus making the fans spn faster and then making the whole system louder.
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    Hello,

    XMP automatically adjusts all the timimings so you don't have to manually change each one in the BIOS.
    Also some voltages are tweaked, memory voltage, Memory controller, VccIO and VccSA.

    For the 4th Gen i7-4790K you will always get high temps if you do not adjust the Processor Current Limit option in the BIOS, your XTU screenshot shows this to be excessively high.

    To run at 4.4Ghz try a lower value,
    • Proccessor Current Limit = 105A <Set in your BIOS or test with the Intel XTU software.
    • Vcore 1.20v < Set in your BIOS
    • VccIO leave to the default value = ~1.015v <Set in your BIOS
    • VccSA leave to the default value = ~0.85v <Set in your BIOS

    Hopefully this will get you reasonably lower temperatures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElectroStingz View Post
    Hello,

    XMP automatically adjusts all the timimings so you don't have to manually change each one in the BIOS.
    Also some voltages are tweaked, memory voltage, Memory controller, VccIO and VccSA.

    For the 4th Gen i7-4790K you will always get high temps if you do not adjust the Processor Current Limit option in the BIOS, your XTU screenshot shows this to be excessively high.

    To run at 4.4Ghz try a lower value,
    • Proccessor Current Limit = 105A <Set in your BIOS or test with the Intel XTU software.
    • Vcore 1.20v < Set in your BIOS
    • VccIO leave to the default value = ~1.015v <Set in your BIOS
    • VccSA leave to the default value = ~0.85v <Set in your BIOS

    Hopefully this will get you reasonably lower temperatures.
    Sweet! Thanks man for the great details.


    Ill definetly post up more results as I go
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    ok so I downloaded the latest CPUZ and the reading are still strange

    I also went into the BIOS and and change the CPU to 4.4 and Core Voltatge to 1.200V

    As you can see in the screenshot, CPU Z still shows 900 somthing

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    Also couldnt find where these were in the BIOS

    VccIO leave to the default value = ~1.015v <Set in your BIOS
    VccSA leave to the default value = ~0.85v <Set in your BIOS
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    Nice ! you can breath again!
    Try more, Try harder, Try and previal

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommiboi View Post
    Nice ! you can breath again!
    Kind of... but CPUZ its being stupid.
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    VccSA
    CPU System Agent Voltage

    VccIO
    CPU Digital IO Voltage
    CPU Analogue IO Voltage

    Your board will likely have these set to default, before changing what are they at?

    Then enable XMP, save&exit
    Check again, did they increase?

    Yes, you have the option to lower depending on memory frequency.
    2133Mhz you will likely be able to use default but try and see

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    I'm not sure what's going on with cpu-z but you could try HWinfo and see if it reports the same, I see Intel XTU is reporting the core voltage at 1.20v, if you can get it down to 1.15v this will decrease temps a little more.

    On the Extreme Tweaker Tab you should see:

    CPU VCCIO voltage
    CPU System Agent voltage which = VCCSA

    These voltages help stabilize high speed/capacity ram. the lower you can get these the better too,

    I personally like to set the ram manually vs using XMP.

    HWinfo monitors pretty much everything.

    VCCSA and VCCIO voltages in the 2nd picture.


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