- Mar 26, 2014
- 5,987 (2.91/day)
- Washington, USA
|System Name||Volt // Dualie|
|Processor||i7-4790k // E5-2680v2 x2|
|Motherboard||MSI Z97 MPower // S2600IP4|
|Cooling||NZXT Kraken X60 // Hyper 212 x2|
|Memory||G.Skill Ripjaws 4x8GB // 16x4GB ECC|
|Video Card(s)||MSI GTX1080 Ti Gaming X // GTX 750TI|
|Storage||250GB NVME boot + 250GB SSD + 5 HDDs // 240GB SSD + 300GB HDD|
|Display(s)||LG 34UB88-P + 2x AOC 2425W + Dell 2007FP // Dell 2007FP|
|Case||Nanoxia Deep Silence 6 // Gutted case|
|Audio Device(s)||LucidSound LS30 // None|
|Power Supply||Rosewill Fortress 750w // EVGA NEX650G|
|Mouse||Logitech G602 // IBM J85845R|
|Keyboard||G.Skill KM780 RGB (Brown switches) // Logitech M100|
|Software||Windows 10 Professional // Windows 10 Professional|
|Benchmark Scores||Technical term is PEBCAK issue, which stands for Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard|
I have the problem child.Try increasing system agent voltage. For me that has really helped my chip do 4.6. I could go higher I think just haven't tried. I used to need like 1.3v to do 4.4, but now with system agent voltage at 1.06, I can get 4.4 at 1.275, maybe even 1.25.
Also 60-70 degrees is nothing to worry about with these chips.
EDIT: Oh you have a 4790k...
So this happened.
Gaming is same temps as previous volts/clocks but I do get spikes in temps when I load something.