it should be great to know which Package is the real one.
Because in case of the real one is the lowest value (DTS one), then, overclockers as me will have more room for overclock.
Package temp is a paramater we check, at the same level of core temps.
I can't believe INTEL is unable...
please, see screenshot :
Which one do we have to consider ?
There is 5°C difference between both.
Usually, there was only the second one (Which is at 39°C current value)
Now, there is this new value (Which is at 35°C).
See my rig in signature
Thank you for help.
I am currently running Realbench on my system.
In HWInfo, a value has appeared during the test (After roughly 2 hours test) : Memory Channel 2 Rank Max
Current => 0°C
Minimum => 0°C
Maximum => 3°C
Average => 0°C.
My room temperature is 21°C.
What is this data "Memory Channel 2 Rank Max" ...
After all my efforts during the last week-end to stabilize this overclock, I am happy to learn that this overclock is "RealBench" stable and that this "CPU Package minimum = 0°C" is linked only to a HWInfo bug and not to an overclock instability ! :)
I made a RealBench session on my computer.
See screenshot :
As you can see in HWInfo (Circled in red), CPU Package min = 0°C, which is of course not possible (Ambient = 22°C).
The CPU Package minimum value changed from something like 30°C or 31°C (I don't remember) to "0°C" during...
I was wondering about Average core temperatures in HWINFO.
I have made 2 tests Realbench 8 hours separarated by 3 months.
One was done at 26°C ambient temperature
One was done at 23°C ambient temperature.
In between, I have done only 2 things :
1/ reaseated my CPu with a lot...
I have launched a ROG RealBench stress test on My system.
Hwinfo64 was opened during the test for monitoring.
After several Hours of test , a value called "memory rank Max 3" has appeared in hwinfo monitoring.
It Was not present when I opened hwinfo64 just at the beginning of the...
the last version 5.32-2900 reports bad value for Vcore on mu i7-5930K on my ASUS X99-Deluxe II :
My system is my sig
I set Vcore=1.17V in BIOS.
The Vcore value reported in your soft is 1.58V => False.
Your Vid value reported in your soft is ok (1.17V).
reported Vid by HWInfo is Vid, not vcore.
I say that because at idle and full load, this Vid value reported by HWInfo doesn't change.
Vcore should be a little bit higher than Vid at full load.
This is why Vid reported by HWInfo is Vid, not Vcore....This is my opinion.