This offset voltage feels like learning to walk again . The frustrating thing is I get only irrelevant results since I'm getting bsod in max 1 minute with any voltage . To understand better , here's what i've tried .
aka. my stable combo :
vcore bios 1.38
vcore load 1.352
vcore idle 1.360
min vcore reported by HWMonitor 1.336
offset try :
turbo additional voltage (first I left on auto then I tried to add very little 0.004)
offset +0.050 / +0.100 / +0.150 / -0.050 / -0.020 / -0.030
vcore load : with -0.050 i'm getting bsod within seconds even if vcore under load in cpu-z is over 1.4
if I set an offset like +0.050 the vcore will go under load even to 1.5 but same instability .
Is there something I miss ? Or I just need more and more tweaking ? because after trying several offset voltages the result is same , I didn't gain anything while trying this , sometimes it fails at windows booting sequence .
I also experienced unexpected shutdowns under load that scared me a little and I still not figure why this happens , the vcore was above it needs , maybe ~1.4 and after 30 seconds in IBT the pc just went completely off . What's this ? a failure or a safety feature ?