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- Extreme League

5sec 891ms with Intel Core i7 6700K at 6200MHz

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38th out of 222

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Recent Comments

United States xxbassplayerxx commented on his own score:

Better... but still no good!

United States GtiJason says:

It's got potential !

United Kingdom Noxinite says:


Romania Alex@ro says:

whats real volts?

United States xxbassplayerxx says:

1.75V. I'm having the same issue with this chip that I had with my 6600K. Splave has tested that one for over 6.4GHz in HWBot Prime... For the life of me I can't get these chips even remotely stable over 6GHz. The highest I could pass HWBP on this one was 5.7GHz but it was fully capable of running 5G HWBP at 1.35V on water, before delid. Adding voltage doesn't seem to help, either.


I may be snagging an OCF today to see if it's the board (or me being unable to clock well on the board).

United States xxbassplayerxx says:

EDIT: Real volts were what was shown. Looks like I forgot. When Extreme mode is enabled on CPU-Z, it usually shows 1.35V or something. I thought that was what was happening.

Philippines dhenzjhen says:

go BP!!

Sweden Rauf says:

Sounds like bad contact. Can happen if you keep the glue on both pcb and ihs and use "normal" amount of tim on the die. I always scrape off the glue on ihs, keep it on the pcb. Perfect mount every time.

United States xxbassplayerxx says:

Interesting thought... I'm using "normal" TIM and have glue on both.... Picked up a M8G and setting it up to go cold so we'll see!

Sweden Rauf says:

check temps in xtu (when cold)

United States xxbassplayerxx says:

Rauf, temps were fine :(

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