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  1. CountMike's Avatar
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       #321

    Cliff S said:
    Oh!
    Don't you know?
    That's not "real" cold(it's fake)

    They only use it when someone tries to invade their country.

    It's worked so far, Napoleon, Germans, and even the United States in 1920.
    Yeah, that's why Russia sold Alaska to US, it was too cold even for Russians.
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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #322

    OldMike65 said:
    Yes I agree on that part....LoL Mine are pretty good.

    I don't use Excel ....so that Excel sheet would not do me much good....
    Hey Mike, it just dawned on me to ask, you don't have Office to use Execel?
    Or you just don't use or know how to use Excel

    If you don't have Office or O365, you can always upload it to OneDrive, and use Excel online.
    Microsoft Excel Online - Work together on Excel spreadsheets
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  3. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #323

    Cliff S said:
    Hey Mike, it just dawned on me to ask, you don't have Office to use Execel?
    Or you just don't use or know how to use Excel

    If you don't have Office or O365, you can always upload it to OneDrive, and use Excel online.
    Microsoft Excel Online - Work together on Excel spreadsheets
    I don't have office installed, plus I've never used Excel .....don't really have a use for it Cliff.
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  4. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #324

    OldMike65 said:
    I don't have office installed, plus I've never used Excel .....don't really have a use for it Cliff.
    Okay.

    I just got sick of writing down the stuff every time, and trying to read my scribbling later
    And the added thread link is a big plus in finding the thread faster.

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  5. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #325

    Cliff S said:
    Okay.

    I just got sick of writing down the stuff every time, and trying to read my scribbling later
    And the added thread link is a big plus in finding the thread faster.

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    I use two methods Cliff, I take a picture of my OC settings, for the different benchmarks I run, with a name for which one its for. Also have two separate lists for my benchmarks, with links to the web page and the score for that run. I have scores that I've run that I have not even posted yet, because the only score it would beat right now is my own. So I do keep records, just do it a little different.
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  6. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #326

    @OldMike65, I've been running some real hard tests this morning to see how stable 5.3GHz "really" is.
    For real world(not game engine & system benchmarks) tests like Blender BMW and Blender Classroom, I crashed Blender midway through, and 2 cores went up 90C
    And P95 with custom min & max FFT of 1344 in place froze as soon as it started

    What I'll probably do over the holidays(I'm off until Jan. 2nd) is run Blender classroom, write the individual CPU core temps down, then adjust the clocks for only those cores, and create a by core BIOS OC profile. I want to keep Blender 80 and under for all cores.


    Important will be, that this being for 27/7, that I keep my setup the way I always have it, not just how I do it when benching and pushing the system to it's limits, where I take off the front grill and dust filter, and remove the dust filter at the top, for unrestricted airflow, and not crank the fans to full speed, if I need to run a heavy CPU application.

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  7. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #327

    Cliff S said:
    @OldMike65, I've been running some real hard tests this morning to see how stable 5.3GHz "really" is.
    For real world(not game engine & system benchmarks) tests like Blender BMW and Blender Classroom, I crashed Blender midway through, and 2 cores went up 90C
    And P95 with custom min & max FFT of 1344 in place froze as soon as it started

    What I'll probably do over the holidays(I'm off until Jan. 2nd) is run Blender classroom, write the individual CPU core temps down, then adjust the clocks for only those cores, and create a by core BIOS OC profile. I want to keep Blender 80 and under for all cores.


    Important will be, that this being for 27/7, that I keep my setup the way I always have it, not just how I do it when benching and pushing the system to it's limits, where I take off the front grill and dust filter, and remove the dust filter at the top, for unrestricted airflow, and not crank the fans to full speed, if I need to run a heavy CPU application.
    I was actually wondering just how stable you were @5.3 Cliff. Not many 9900k's can reach that speed and run 100% stable.
    The most stable speed is 5.2GHz and then still only a lucky few can even reach that speed.

    I can run @5.1 stable, but that's it for my chip. I can run @5.2 but really have to push the vcore up, and then its not 100% stable.
    There might be some settings that would make it a little more stable, I have not tried that hard really. Not all 9900K chips are equal Cliff .....some can OC much better than others. Some can't even run @5.0 stable.....now that would really piss me off.
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  8. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #328

    Interesting(for me is) after playing in the BIOS and switching from Vcore manual 1.39v to Offset,+, 0.155 @5GHz I can run at only1.200V

    And remain stable in P95 and Blender's Classroom with much lower temps

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  9. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #329

    Let's see if it works for 5.1GHz
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  10. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #330

    5.1 on all cores needed a to go to 0.200 offset, and the voltage fluctuated between 1.232 & 1.248(mostly 1.248) with the Blender BMW CPU test, and didn't crash.

    The temps stayed stable around 72C until the last line and a half of rendering(last 30 seconds) and jumped to 80C on two cores.

    Not a bad btable voltage when you think I need to use 1.39V when using Manual voltage
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