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post #1162 of 9343
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Guys, I set my multi to x43..

It's giving my CPU 1.344~ Voltage when on load..

How do I decrease voltages with the board's "automatic voltage bump" when in x43 multi?

The motherboard automatically bumps that voltage when on load.. BUT, I want to try a lower voltage bump but keep the automatic voltage bump feature... I want to try a 1.300 Voltage only

Is this where the offset option comes in? Some member here in OCN said I should - the offset if I want to keep the automatic voltage bumps and automatic downvoltages.

(Did I even make sense?)
Use offset instead of manual, and set it to +0.005V. You should be able to use a higher multi than 43 with that voltage though.
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Use offset instead of manual, and set it to +0.005V. You should be able to use a higher multi than 43 with that voltage though.
+ or - ?

I don't get it really tho.. wouldn't the + increase the voltage automatically given by the motherboard when I provide higher than stock Turbo Multipliers?

if I use +0.005V.. then wouldn't that be pumping +0.005V more than the 1.344 V the board is automatically giving to my 4.3Ghz OC?

Or am I understanding it all wrong xD Sorry.
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+ or - ?

I don't get it really tho.. wouldn't the + increase the voltage automatically given by the motherboard when I provide higher than stock Turbo Multipliers?

if I use +0.005V.. then wouldn't that be pumping +0.005V more than the 1.344 V the board is automatically giving to my 4.3Ghz OC?

Or am I understanding it all wrong xD Sorry.
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+ or - ?

I don't get it really tho.. wouldn't the + increase the voltage automatically given by the motherboard when I provide higher than stock Turbo Multipliers?

if I use +0.005V.. then wouldn't that be pumping +0.005V more than the 1.344 V the board is automatically giving to my 4.3Ghz OC?

Or am I understanding it all wrong xD Sorry.
Yes, you need to use the - offset if you want lower voltage.

Here is a bios shot for you.
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The posts above have gotten me interested in trying the offset mode....so I am presently Prime Blending @ 4200,using +0.02v and things are fine so far. I am going to let it complete 20 minutes at that setting and the raise the speed to 4300 and see if it will hold up

Cpuz shows 1.288/1.296v under load
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The posts above have gotten me interested in trying the offset mode....so I am presently Prime Blending @ 4200,using +0.02v and things are fine so far. I am going to let it complete 20 minutes at that setting and the raise the speed to 4300 and see if it will hold up
Mine and others findings about Offset Vcore VS Manual Vcore is that it does not fluctuate as much as when setting it manual. At least in our P8P67 boards...
    
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The 4300 speed at the same settings went well. Just upped it to 4400 ..same settings. Going to see if it can operate at that speed with +0.02v.

Anyone have a good estimate of how fast I should expect to clock it with a +0.02 offset?

edit: Cpuz still @ 1.296v load and the wife is streaming a bluray movie from my rig to the flatscreen...I don't know if that adds much to the load or not

edit again: 4500 @1.296v CPUZ and still offset +0.02. I'm thinking this is a pretty good chip

Oops I spoke too soon ...it crashed @ the 4500 setting
Edited by dennyb - 6/11/11 at 5:43pm
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I'll try to help you when I get sober man
Thanks

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Yes, you need to use the - offset if you want lower voltage.

Here is a bios shot for you.
Thanks for the SS Might try that some later tonight.. gonna try a 4.6 Mhz w/o doing anything else yet except upping the multi to 46 And maybe go from there

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The posts above have gotten me interested in trying the offset mode....so I am presently Prime Blending @ 4200,using +0.02v and things are fine so far. I am going to let it complete 20 minutes at that setting and the raise the speed to 4300 and see if it will hold up

Cpuz shows 1.288/1.296v under load
Sounds awesome! compared to my 1.344 V on gaming load.

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Mine and others findings about Offset Vcore VS Manual Vcore is that it does not fluctuate as much as when setting it manual. At least in our P8P67 boards...
Nice "auto" ftw xD

Oh yeah +rep respectively.
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