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skylake non-k overclock, are these numbers safe?

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jheb0y

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hi there,

i'm new to overclocking and this is my very first attempt in it...
hoping to seek some guidance in here...

here is my system:

ga z170 hd3p ddr4 rev 1.0
core i3 6098p
ripjaws v 2x8gb 2400mhz ddr4
radeon hd 7750 1gb gddr5 (will be upgraded soon)
seasonic s12ii 600w
adata sp550 240gb (os + apps)
wd blue sata3 7.2k 500gb
gamerstorm captain 240L aio clc
thermaltake versa h35

here are some screenies:








are these numbers safe? do i have to push it some more? or do i have to lower it down? TIA...
 

Johan45

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Your voltage and temps look fine to me. You should be good
 
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jheb0y

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Can i push it some more? Lets say 1.4v my t case for this cpu is only 66c how much more headroom do i have?
 
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jheb0y

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90c at stress test? If so do i have to maintain a specific avg temp on light/heavy cpu loads? Thanx for the responses..
 

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Yes, max temperatures, period. Be it a stress test or otherwise. Clearly a stress test will run hotter than most anything you do on a PC, so any other light/heavy loads will be lower in temperature.
 
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jheb0y

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sorry for the delay mates, have been busy at work, here is my final attempt in my overclock..
thanks OCforums more power.

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Woomack

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I would keep voltage at about ~1.4V max. If you want to play some more then I see that memory frequency is pretty low ;)