AI OC?

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by visine, Mar 14, 2020.

  1. visine

    visine Master Guru

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    Hi,

    Is the AI OC reliable?

    I used this just to check and it gave me a 5.0 / 5.1 OC , but the vcore is high and around 1.380

    I haven't really tried to OC this CPU, so not sure I can get it to like 1.35 for example.


    Any experience with this option?
     
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    Or can I just set the cores to something and default voltage?

    I tried that as well for 4.8 ghz, and the voltage bounces to 1.250
     
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    AI OC is like it gonna keep failing and failing and failing until it get the right number? How is it different from human? :D

    Sounds like "AI" marketing to me to appeal to clueless customers.
     
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    Yea, but dont you think its giving more voltage than necessary? I mean, is nearly 1.350-1.380 for 5.0 / 5.1 GHz under load good?
     

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    1.35-1.4v is safe margin. Just don't push beyond 1.5v.

    Also make sure it doesn't get too hot. If you want your 2600k to last a bit longer, make sure you have good cooling to keep it under 80c on max load and don't exceed 1.4v.
     
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    Oh, sorry. This is a 9600k.
     
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    Doesn't temperature sky rocket at such voltage on 9600k? If you can keep it cool, it should be fine, but better keep it under 1.35v
     
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    Yea, under gaming they peak to 65-70. I tried to OC to 4.8 GHz, and just keep the voltage on auto. Seems like it gave it between 1.250-1.280, temps are under 60c.
     
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    Any inputs here, is it safe to just change all the cores to 48 and keep the voltage at auto and call it the day?

    1.250-280 vcore for 4.8 GHz, 9600k is okay?

    Temps are around 60c.


    Did a IntelBurntest for 30min and it was stable. I know I can go prime95 as well, but yea.
     
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    It's ok.

    You can google OC for 9600k and get similar results.
     

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    Thanks
     

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