Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by Loophole35, Oct 17, 2017.
Case is here. It’s a little bigger than I expected.
can you try put voltage to adaptive mode and leave auto or +0.010 or 0.0001 in offset to adaptive
and put your voltage (1.27V) as you want and report the voltage here at desktop. thanks man..
is it safe run prosesor at manual voltage as it never drop to powersaving stage the voltage
Well, it's a tough choice, especially as voltages can go all over the place with the largely different load situations. I still prefer to use these tests as then, I can always be sure the machine will run as "smoothly" as with default values. I used my 2600k for the better part of 5 years and never had an issue with it.
Just a little tip. You can take screenshots from uefi bios by having a usb drive inserted and pressing F12.
Same boat here. Im currently running voltage on offset -.050 4.7 all core, it gives me 1.24v under load and it seems to work for now.
I said that on a blind date one time...
Okay this case is a pain in the dick to build in.
And what voltage you set above the offset Auto?
I changed these settings:
svid behavior : best-case scenario
cpu core/cashe voltage: adaptive mode
offset mode sign: +
additional turbo mode cpu core voltage: auto
offset voltage: 1.250
cpu load-line calibration: level 7
IA AC load line: 0.01
IA DC load line: 0.01
During Prime 95 4th stress test for 30 minutes give or take a minute
CPUID HWMonitor gave these values
VCORE 1.312 V
VID 1.284 V
Cpu temp was 86°C for a very short moment and this is 2°C lower then with previous settings.
(and it was at the same room temp as during previous test)
I guess i lowered my temps a small bit (2° Profit) and it is still stable...
i have my i7 920 running @3.7 Ghz since first week it was available.
And my i7 2600K is still running @4.0 Ghz after the second week of it becoming available.
(With both the "old" beasts i only did half hour stress tests with prime 95 after the overclock and never had any issues except for a few dvd drives that died over the years)
Just noticed that my CPU keeps running at 4.7 and does not switch to slower frequencies...
VCore Drops as low as 0.304V when idle (with only bit defender and corsair cue software and msi afterburner running in the background)
VID remains @1.284V
Temps idle around 30°C so those are normal
the CPU just does not clock down on its own....
Any idea wich setting i need to change?
C states are all enabled, intel speedstep is enabled...
What am i forgetting.....?
Yes, but the overclock is also very mild. Of course the probability to run into trouble is very slim then. If you want to reach a nice overclock, you also need to test it. Very simple.
the overclock is rather mild indeed...
i'm on aircooling and i don't want to destroy my newest toy.... that's the reason i don't clock it higher or plan to delid it....
so any wisdom as to why my CPU keeps running at 4.7 and does not switch to slower frequencies...?
i can't find an answer on this....
does your 8700K downclock itself when idle...? mind posting some of your bios settings that make sure your CPU does that?
What power plan are you using in windows?
Check Windows Power Plan and if "Balanced" is already selected make sure in "Advanced settings" of the Plan the "Processor power management->Minimum Processor state" is not 100% or if even if any suspicious programs are running in the background.
Also make sure C-States and SpeedStep in the Bios are enabled etc.
You can post some Bios screenshots if you wish to help identify the culprit.
My Asrock Z370 Extreme 4 with his new buddy.
Windows installed. NVMe drives are so damn fast. I've never installed windows and updated it that fast. I need to spend some more time in BIOS to get the RAM running at the proper speed and see if I can get the processor to around 4.9-5Ghz.
I will post some pics when I get a chance.
BTW edge was being a little bitch and trying to block me from installing chrome.
Nice! Keep us posted!
Yes, clocks & voltages are fully dynamic on my system (never worked on my last AMD system).
Just use voltage on either "auto" or "offset" in bios, keep the c-states alive and use something like the "balanced" power plan as others stated already (or, if you use a different plan, make sure the minimum CPU % is below a certain value, so not 90% or so).
Microsoft store downloads so slow. Trying to get Forza Horizon 3 and Forza 7 downloaded now.
8700K purring along at 5.0ghz, with Asus Maximus X Hero, and 16gb GSkill 4000. Everything runs better over my old Ivy Bridge 6 core. I would have bought the H100i cooler, if I had the case for it. But the H80i is getting the job done.
On my previous build (i7 920) i used a minimum processor state @100% for certain emulation issues i used to have. i did the same with the 8700K build out of habit....
i also found the other culprits/reasons my 8700K was not clocking itself down when idle...
I changed the minimum processor state to 5% like in the stock "balanced" power profile within windows
AND then only if i disable the folowing programs it would downclock itself noticably...
Corsair Utility Engine (the CUE software used for my corsair scimitar rgb mouse the change the colours, macro's and dpi settings)
Asus aura software (to handle the RGB Crap in my case)
I cannot stop using Bit defender and the corsair CUE software so i will keep my CPU running at it's "normal" 4.7GHZ without the downclocking....
With the 3 programs disabled it downclocked itself to around 1ghz on all cores/threads but temps did not get that much lower compared to the 4.7GHZ temps when idling with the 3 programs running
The difference was like 3 to 4°C...
Amazon has delayed shipping 4 times in the last week and a half lmao (I ordered on launch day). Ugh...now scheduled for next Tuesday. I got it for retail price, I'll wait. This prices it's going for when available are insane, I'm content with my 6700k until spring if it takes them that long to ship :shrugs: lol.