Windows 10: Failed overclocking or success? Solved

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  1.    20 Jun 2018 #31

    Polo6RGTI said: View Post
    How many fans are installed in the case?

    To rule out high temperatures can you please set all the fans to high in the BIOS. After booting back to the Desktop open HWiNFO and let the PC idle for five minutes before running Prime95 again.
    4 case fans and 1 for the cooler.

    essenbe said: View Post
    I'm not sure I believe most of these values. But if they are right, could be the problem. Alos, see the DIMM Voltage.

    These wre from the "During" screenshot. They are the same in the "before" screenshot.

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    That is strange. I don't know if it's a defect motherboard. I might have to contact manufacturer for a replacement.
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       20 Jun 2018 #32

    With that may values being off, I would suspect the software is reading it wrong. Your Vcore is showing a current value of 1.160 and a max value of 1.280. I don't see how that can be even close. Run it again with only CPUz open and see what the Vcore readings are. What is your Vcore set to in BIOS?
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       20 Jun 2018 #33

    I could be that the BIOS is just not displaying the sensor readings correctly. You can submit the BIOS screens and HWiNFO screenshots together with a detailed description of the bugs to MSI Support.

    The reviewers of Bit-Tech also experienced throttling.
    MSI Z370I Gaming Pro Carbon AC Review | bit-tech.net

    Set the "Short Duration Power Limit(W)" to Maximum. If there is a "Short Duration Maintained(s)" setting set it also to maximum.
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  4.    21 Jun 2018 #34

    essenbe said: View Post
    With that may values being off, I would suspect the software is reading it wrong. Your Vcore is showing a current value of 1.160 and a max value of 1.280. I don't see how that can be even close. Run it again with only CPUz open and see what the Vcore readings are. What is your Vcore set to in BIOS?
    I set it to auto.

    Polo6RGTI said: View Post
    I could be that the BIOS is just not displaying the sensor readings correctly. You can submit the BIOS screens and HWiNFO screenshots together with a detailed description of the bugs to MSI Support.

    The reviewers of Bit-Tech also experienced throttling.
    MSI Z370I Gaming Pro Carbon AC Review | bit-tech.net

    Set the "Short Duration Power Limit(W)" to Maximum. If there is a "Short Duration Maintained(s)" setting set it also to maximum.
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    Tried that, no bueno. I think i just have a bad motherboard. I should have gotten the ROG z370i when i had the chance. -.-
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       21 Jun 2018 #35

    Your screenshot of HWiNFO indicates flags for a violation of the package power limit "IA: Package-Level RAPL/PBM PL1" and "IA: Package-Level RAPL/PBM PL2,PL3". If you are not using the integrated graphics you can disabled it in the BIOS.
    You can also set the "Long Duration Power Limit" and the "CPU Current Limit" to maximum to see if it will help.
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  6.    21 Jun 2018 #36

    Polo6RGTI said: View Post
    Your screenshot of HWiNFO indicates flags for a violation of the package power limit "IA: Package-Level RAPL/PBM PL1" and "IA: Package-Level RAPL/PBM PL2,PL3". If you are not using the integrated graphics you can disabled it in the BIOS.
    You can also set the "Long Duration Power Limit" and the "CPU Current Limit" to maximum to see if it will help.
    Okay, I don't know what did it but now it's at steady 4.8 gigahertz. I set the CPU fan which is the noctua fan, at full speed 1200 RPM. The current CPU temperature is reading Max 73 degrees C. If anything 74. Other than that I think that or the settings you tell me on the power limit helped. Sometime in the future I do plan on upgrading to 240 mm radiator AIO from Corsair. But for now I will stick with air temp. Thanks for the help guys. Now to find a way to undervolt at stock core speed. ��. For now I see CPU Z showing 4.8 gigahertz at around 1.220v.
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       21 Jun 2018 #37

    I'm glad you got it resolved.

    For 4.7GHz I set the Core Voltage on Auto and the LLC at Mode 7. When I run Cinebench the Voltage drops down to 1.200V
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       21 Jun 2018 #38

    Great! Glad you solved it. I think you can add fans to that Noctua. That D15 will do close to what an AIO will do.
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  9.    21 Jun 2018 #39

    Polo6RGTI said: View Post
    I'm glad you got it resolved.

    For 4.7GHz I set the Core Voltage on Auto and the LLC at Mode 7. When I run Cinebench the Voltage drops down to 1.200V
    See all that is too technical for me. I don't even know which mode to set on the BIOS. Some say 5 and most say 4. Thanks for your help :)

    essenbe said: View Post
    Great! Glad you solved it. I think you can add fans to that Noctua. That D15 will do close to what an AIO will do.
    In the future I plan on upgrading to a 240 mm radiator once I get the ophion Evo case in the future. That is a sff case and supports 240 mm radiator AIO Cooling. So I will wait for that one. Thanks for the advice. But yeah. I might get a second fan but I don't want to cover up the RGB ram.
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       21 Jun 2018 #40

    LLC Mode 8 is the lowest setting and Mode 1 the highest setting with MSI motherboards.
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