ProRules Posted March 25, 2017 Share Posted March 25, 2017 Hello dear fellas! I've been looking for answers on other forums untill i discovered this forum, heard that the most knowledgable and proffesional people around the world are here, so i better join this community and get help from you guys. So i've got an 7700k, currently at 5.0 ghz, 1.270V in bios, and while stress testing checked with HWinfo64 im getting an actualy 1.260V, it passed 2 hours of RealBench, while hottest core was during the test peaking at 72C, while others between 67 and 70. My 7700K is delidded with collaboratory liquid ultra, and this is the cooling: http://i.imgur.com/0xojt0X.jpg RS360 RASA 750 kit. bought it years back but i did change water, pump, and cleaned it a few times. And still isn't the temp too high? http://i.imgur.com/4Rs7QTP.jpg Also i have g.skill ripjaws V at 3600Mhz CL 14-15-15-32 2T running on 1.44V DRAM, and VCCIO 1.19V, VCSSA 1.2V. I just get a small stutter once in a few hours, i think system is mostly stable but maybe ram isn't fully, what can i increase to grant it more stability other than VRAM? beacause increasing Vcore doesn't change the small stutter, its def the ram, its just almost stable, like something small would help, but i don't want to jump to 1.46Vram and no small jumps are available. Also if i'd want to get to 5.2 Ghz, i'd need 1.385Vcore, what could i actually add voltage to, to decrease vcore and keep stablity? maybe PCH Voltage? or i shouldn't touch it at all? what about other voltages? Thanks ahead! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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