Adaptive vs Manual

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  1. Posts : 2,380
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       #51

    Cliff S said:
    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.
    This is true you can also overclock non k chips unless intel already put the microcode in to stop it

    People were getting non K 6700 and getting them to 4.5 off of the Blck crazy and on motherboards that really don't support oc lol

    I read this on toms hardware

    lol here it is a guide lmao wow wow


    GIGABYTE Z170 Non-K Overclocking Guide - Overclocking.Guide
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  2. Posts : 26,355
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       #52

    solarstarshines said:
    This is true you can also overclock non k chips unless intel already put the microcode in to stop it

    People were getting non K 6700 and getting them to 4.5 off of the Blck crazy and on motherboards that really don't support oc lol

    I read this on toms hardware

    lol here it is a guide lmao wow wow


    GIGABYTE Z170 Non-K Overclocking Guide - Overclocking.Guide
    Still need to read the link, but to do non K you use the BCLK I believe.
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  3. Posts : 26,355
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       #53

    Yep!
    That works great on Skylakes, because on Z170A's it doesn't affect the PCIe lanes.

    Until now changing the bClk affected the speeds of everything in and around the CPU: not just the CPU cores and the memory, but also the clock frequency of the PCI-Express bus. The latter part formed a large bottleneck, since the PCI-Express controller of Haswell/Broadwell and previous generations stopped working when it was overclocked more than about 5%. To somewhat compensate for this Intel introduced baseclock straps with Haswell, which were multipliers for the PCI-Express bus, making a 125 MHz or 167 MHz bClk or minus 5% bClk possible.
    How to overclock Skylake processors - No bClk limitation with Skylake
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  4. Posts : 2,445
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    Thread Starter
       #54

    Now going to dial in some off-set values and test as solarstarshinessuggests

    Report back soon
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  5. Posts : 2,380
    Windows 10
       #55

    Cliff S said:
    Yep!
    That works great on Skylakes, because on Z170A's it doesn't affect the PCIe lanes.

    How to overclock Skylake processors - No bClk limitation with Skylake

    I almost feel like a dumbass getting a K processor lol
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  6. Posts : 16,068
    Windows 11 Pro X64
       #56

    I thought they blocked it with intel updates
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  7. Posts : 2,380
    Windows 10
       #57

    Dude said:
    I thought they blocked it with intel updates
    That was for I3 i think they were taking those and getting much more
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  8. Posts : 2,445
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    Thread Starter
       #58

    worf105 said:
    Now going to dial in some off-set values and test as solarstarshinessuggests

    Report back soon
    Some results from my experiment with offset....

    Adaptive v = 1.300 Offset v = -0.010 Voltage = 1.290 test with IBT(std) = PASS Temps = ************

    Adaptive v = 1.300 Offset v = -0.020 Voltage = 1.280 test with IBT(std) = PASS Temps = 66 68 68 67

    Adaptive v = 1.290 Offset v = -0.010 Voltage = 1.280 test with IBT(std) = PASS Temps = 67 69 69 67

    Adaptive v = 1.285 Offset v = -0.010 Voltage = 1.275 test with IBT(std) = PASS Temps = 67 67 68 67

    Adaptive vs Manual-asus-adaptive-1.jpg
    Adaptive vs Manual-hwm-adaptive.jpg

    How does these voltages look to you? Still got more tests to run

    cheers
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  9. Posts : 16,068
    Windows 11 Pro X64
       #59

    Looking real good worf
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  10. Posts : 2,380
    Windows 10
       #60

    worf105 said:
    Some results from my experiment with offset....

    Adaptive v = 1.300 Offset v = -0.010 Voltage = 1.290 test with IBT(std) = PASS Temps = ************

    Adaptive v = 1.300 Offset v = -0.020 Voltage = 1.280 test with IBT(std) = PASS Temps = 66 68 68 67

    Adaptive v = 1.290 Offset v = -0.010 Voltage = 1.280 test with IBT(std) = PASS Temps = 67 69 69 67

    Adaptive v = 1.285 Offset v = -0.010 Voltage = 1.275 test with IBT(std) = PASS Temps = 67 67 68 67

    Adaptive vs Manual-asus-adaptive-1.jpg
    Adaptive vs Manual-hwm-adaptive.jpg

    How does these voltages look to you? Still got more tests to run

    cheers
    Looking pretty solid
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