I have a question then; what`s the benefit of using offset voltage? I usually just set the vcore manually to something and adjust as I see fit.
Ex: 1.32v BSOD, 1.33v BSOD 1.34v Fine, etc etc
edit: the asus p8p67 pro bios has been flaky for me in the past, had to rma a board because it was continually cycling through the languages at supersonic speeds.
And I din`t mean to emphasize that you killed it.
Mine is opposite, I'll bsod using manual voltages.
1.46v manual = bsod
1.46 offset = stability
It's frankly best NOT to use offsets in profiles, period.
I've seen my CPU profiles load the wrong settings, or load previous settings (like I choose a 5 ghz profile but the multiplier is 49 still) until I load the profile a second time. This will NEVER happen with manual vcore...the worst that will happen is either the current vcore will be set to the wrong multi, or the new vcore/voltages will use the previous multiplier...