cdc-951Any other mesh overclockers? I can post benchmarks if someone shows off a game like Rainbow 6 siege or even cpu benchmarks. Running 1080 TI and 1.45v 4000Mhz ram CL 17-17-17-36
HiLuckyBWhat work's best to test mesh stability? My 10980XE is at 4.6GHz 1.142v, 32 mesh 1.2v Haven't tried dropping it yet, And VCCIO at 1.1v. This is just a quick OC after getting my X299 Dark bios updated to use the 10980XE.
dmann304Running the 10980xe, and it runs near 93c in R20, with VCCIO at 1.2v, which i heard is ok, and these cascade lake x chips run very hot, but in idle only 36c. Is it normal though to see a 201f temp under a cinabench run?
dmann304I'm using the 360 i150 corsair AIO, and idle atm now is 33c, and setting a manual tjmax, i don't go above 88 under the classroom render in blender. games like: GTA, and WatchDogs, or even Red Dead 2, i get 50c. This AIO enough for this thing? and for some strange reason, in AIda64, under stress test, it says in red thermal Throttling heat detected, when i haven't even ran a test, but when i do, it does around 77c.
dmann304I heard that an XMP profile, even with Corsair 3600 RGB Dominator Kits, can ramp up temps, is that true? , and i switched VCCIO back to Auto, from the 1.2v i hadbefore. I was Watching Jay do a undervolt vid for 10980XE, even at 47Ghz, and even with a low vcore of 1.23v, his highest temps were 110c, and thats with much lower vcore, than i have, and a 1.8v VDIN< wow, and he has an excotic custom cooling. These are beasts.
dmann304Ok, i use HWinfo64 from CPUID, and from the Jay2cents vid, he showed, there more voltages: A cpu vin=1.25v,vdin 1.8v, and another voltage CPU Vcore at 1.315v. so there must be more then 1 cpu core voltage, and howto adjust the 1.315 setting. When i run CPU at 1.25v at 4800mhz And as for Jay, he's a big timer in this stuff, since he alignes himself with notables like Vince AKA Kingpin, and evenDebaur. World OCers.
cdc-951Not true ^ I have seen a 1.23V CPU on a 9800X for 4.7 Ghz to be stable and I am no novice. This build was for someone else
dmann304Looks like the only way to have a 5ghz daily driver, you need more than a corsair 150I 360. Seems they give the voltage for the vcore, but what about the vdinn ? My previous CPU, i had to run it at 2.1v but 1.25v on cpu itself
Sultan.of.swingcdc-951Not true ^ I have seen a 1.23V CPU on a 9800X for 4.7 Ghz to be stable and I am no novice. This build was for someone else Yes that is on a 9800x, the higher core count chips seem to be binned better and generally require less Vcore.My 10940x @ 4.7 all core requires less than 1.2v for stability.