Adaptive vs Manual

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  1. Posts : 2,445
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       #21

    Cliff S said:
    Andrew, if you want to get more, or learn to use the ASUS BIOS better, go to this YouTube page by der8auer he is a world champion overclocker: Mainboard Overclocking Guides - YouTube

    der8auer`s CPU Frequency score: 7007.85 mhz with a Core i7 6700K


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    Thanks Cliff, I will be watching der8auer over the course of this week and see what tips and techniques I can pickup and apply to my OC.

    Now where do I get some Liquid Nitrogen
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       #22

    worf105 said:
    Thanks Cliff, I will be watching der8auer over the course of this week and see what tips and techniques I can pickup and apply to my OC.

    Now where do I get some Liquid Nitrogen
    How about phase cooling?
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  3. Posts : 2,445
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       #23

    Cliff S said:
    How about phase cooling?
    Don't temp my addiction lol
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  4. Posts : 2,445
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       #24

    Cliff S said:
    Andrew, if you want to get more, or learn to use the ASUS BIOS better, go to this YouTube page by der8auer he is a world champion overclocker: Mainboard Overclocking Guides - YouTube

    der8auer`s CPU Frequency score: 7007.85 mhz with a Core i7 6700K


    der8auer ECC | Extreme Cooling Components Quality made in Germany
    Hi Cliff,

    After watching some of his videos I decided to tweak one of my setting that I usualy always keep on Auto and that is the LLC.

    I took his advice and set it to 5 (when Auto was set my LLC is at level 6 with Optimized VRM switching profile for my 4.5GHz OC and Extreme VRM profile for my 4.7GHz OC using Asus Intelligent processor 5 tool)

    I tested the quick and heavy way for stability using IBT (std) and it pass with temps of 65 66 67 65
    then using a custom run (testing 10Gb RAM) it failed on the 7th run (temps were 69 68 69 68)

    back to BIOS and dial in Auto LLC with the following:

    IBT (std) = PASS temps 67 68 68 67
    IBT (custom 10Gb RAM) = PASS temps 72 71 72 70

    Adaptive vs Manual-asus-vrm-power.jpg

    Looks as if Asus have done a good job with this when left/ set on Auto.
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  5. Posts : 2,445
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       #25

    Can you look at the following value I have entered in to my system and advice accordingly please:

    System OC is 4.7GHz @ 1.300v (read as 1.296v)
    Cache set too: 255.50 41(min) 41(max)

    Voltage is adaptive with 0 off-set
    LLC is Level 6
    Power Phase is Extreme
    CPU Current Capacity is 140%
    CPU VRM switching frequency is Auto

    DRAM voltage is 1.3530 (OC RAM from 2400@1.2v to 3200)
    VPPDDR voltage is 2.500
    CPU VCCIO is 1.125
    DMI voltage is 1.13
    CPU standby 1.17
    CPU system agent is 1.2000

    thanks
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  6. Posts : 16,068
    Windows 11 Pro X64
       #26

    Looks good Worf, you should run good and stable with that. It looks similar to what I dialed in for adaptive at stock for me.

    Adaptive vs Manual-stoc-adaptive.png
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  7. Posts : 2,445
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       #27

    Dude said:
    Looks good Worf, you should run good and stable with that. It looks similar to what I dialed in for adaptive at stock for me.

    Adaptive vs Manual-stoc-adaptive.png
    Thanks @Dude

    Just doing a 2 hour burn in test using Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool
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  8. Posts : 16,068
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       #28

    worf105 said:
    Thanks @Dude

    Just doing a 2 hour burn in test using Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool
    With your delid you should be fine. I only run mine at a higher OC for benchmarks. Im really happy with it a stock, games like a champ. My temps climb fast when I raise the OC, I need to delid too
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  9. Posts : 2,445
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       #29

    Dude said:
    With your delid you should be fine. I only run mine at a higher OC for benchmarks. Im really happy with it a stock, games like a champ. My temps climb fast when I raise the OC, I need to delid too
    You should as it has give my 6700k a new lease of life.

    Cheers Dude
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  10. Posts : 16,068
    Windows 11 Pro X64
       #30

    worf105 said:
    You should as it has give my 6700k a new lease of life.

    Cheers Dude
    Indeed, I am impressed with your results
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