Adaptive vs Manual

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  1. Posts : 2,445
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       #41

    solarstarshines said:
    Pretty much but trickier than it sounds but you understood
    Will give it a shot when I've finished tweaking a few more settings.

    Thank you
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  2. Posts : 2,445
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       #42

    OK finished the 2 hours burn in test using Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool:

    Adaptive vs Manual-ipdt-pass.jpg

    Adaptive vs Manual-ipdt-volts.jpg
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       #43

    Dude said:
    @worf105 this is what I use for 4.8, LLC is on auto. Here I am still good with temps, once I go up to 5.0 they really climb
    Attachment 127778Adaptive vs Manual-asus-tpu.jpg
    Attachment 127779Adaptive vs Manual-asus-digi.jpg
    Added my dumps
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       #44

    worf105 said:
    OK finished the 2 hours burn in test using Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool:

    Adaptive vs Manual-ipdt-pass.jpg

    Adaptive vs Manual-ipdt-volts.jpg
    Without doing a delid i hoover round 1.38-1.4 Volts on my 6700k but my temps never get higher than 76c that's very good what you have

    However it will not post on anything higher than 4.8 i know it's probably a motherboard thing because ASUS allows better overall overclocking but i am satisfied with Asrock Fatality series
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       #45

    solarstarshines said:
    Without doing a delid i hoover round 1.38-1.4 Volts on my 6700k but my temps never get higher than 76c that's very good what you have

    However it will not post on anything higher than 4.8 i know it's probably a motherboard thing because ASUS allows better overall overclocking but i am satisfied with Asrock Fatality series
    Thanks for the information solarstarshines:)
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       #46

    worf105 said:
    Thanks for the information solarstarshines:)
    I think you have a solid build there i can't wait to see some Benchmarking results do you plan on upgrading to a TI or a regular 1080 ?

    I had bought a 1070 but it was a nightmare for me because it couldn't handle my set up i can't use anything less than one 1080 or i'll be dead in the water
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  7. Posts : 2,445
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       #47

    Dude said:
    Give 15 17 17 38 IT at try
    Attachment 127780
    OK dialed in the following:

    Adaptive vs Manual-cpu-z-15-17-17-38-1t.jpg

    and tested with IBT on High setting and PASSED with temps of 72 72 73 74 (getting toasty in this room)
    and 4 consecutive runs with Cinebench scoring: 1017 1020 1021 1021 1021 ending with max temps of 62 63 62 64 and no errors.

    Update: Ran Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool and Full tests and PASSED with temps of 61 59 59 61

    Very quick Prime 95 tests 10 minutes only:

    Small FFT = PASSED without errors with max temps of 78 75 75 77
    In-Place Large FFT = PASSED without errors with max temps of 79 76 77 79

    Realbench 15 mins 16Gb RAM tested = PASSED temps 66 66 64 67

    AIDA64 Stability Test = Quick run of 35 mins = PASSED temps 66 67 65 68

    Quick Reminder: All my case fans - 2 x AF140 front intake, 1 x SP120 bottom intake and 1 x AF140 rear exhaust are running under 50% and my 2 x 140mm rad fans (Top mounted and exhausting out) and pump are set to quiet. All intake fans are filtered and all fans are balanced to provide a positive air pressure inside the case.
    Last edited by worf105; 02 Apr 2017 at 12:40.
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  8. Posts : 2,380
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       #48

    worf105 said:
    OK dialed in the following:

    Adaptive vs Manual-cpu-z-15-17-17-38-1t.jpg

    and tested with IBT on High setting and PASSED with temps of 72 72 73 74 (getting toasty in this room)
    and 4 consecutive runs with Cinebench scoring: 1017 1020 1021 1021 1021 ending with max temps of 62 63 62 64 and no errors.
    that's a good score on 1T

    I got 1013 on 2T every bit helps pretty consistent the last cinebench runs 1020 1021 1021
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       #49

    solarstarshines said:
    Easy explanation is ..............

    Adaptive you input the voltage you want without the guesswork of where it should be and acts like offset

    Offset - You have to guess where exactly the correct Vcore you need and that takes a lot of time and adjustments some people can't get offset to work because unlike manual voltage sometimes it takes less voltage because of LLC

    LLC works better in OFFSET

    Manual - Straight voltage no relief of power just full time voltage which many use but overtime depending on the OC and cooling could Degrade

    Remember in windows the power settings manipulate the cpu as well Balanced and Performance power do have a lot to do with overclocking remember to change the power profile in windows to make the best out of your OC


    By the way this isn't for you Cliffs it's for the OP i just used your answer to explain
    Ok Tommy, only problem is, if you have too few VRMs, and your BIOS doesn't have LLC settings, then none of this can help OC stability, and one has to settle that at least at a high OC, the system stays stable and doesn't/won't freeze or crash(which is a very good thing, but still a trade off it seems).

    I might try just using one core at 4.9, and the rest at stock or 4.4 maybe.
    This system has 3 at 4.0 and one core at 4.2 when set to default(all things "Auto". So instead of the one core at 4.2, set it to 4.9.
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  10. Posts : 2,445
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       #50

    solarstarshines said:
    I think you have a solid build there i can't wait to see some Benchmarking results do you plan on upgrading to a TI or a regular 1080 ?

    I had bought a 1070 but it was a nightmare for me because it couldn't handle my set up i can't use anything less than one 1080 or i'll be dead in the water
    I've got updated benchmark score throughout the forum

    Yes if I get the money together I hopefully will get a Zotac GTX 1080 Ti Amp Extreme. (got someone gagging to buy my Zotac GTX 1070 Amp Extreme)

    cheers solarstarshines
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