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Can I join?

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Welcome to the P8P67 Series/PRO Club mate ! I'll add you in a moment !

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Welcome to the P8P67 Series/PRO Club mate ! I'll add you in a moment !

btw: I just got 3 of those OCN flames
You're welcome

You're input in my thread was worthy of bumping you up IMO.
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whats the difference with by per core or by all core when OC. Just to be clear when I put more voltage I am adding it into the cpu offset voltage right? I leave it the + sign and slowly increase/decrease. When I first OC and leave the offset to default would it do the correct volts
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whats the difference with by per core or by all core when OC. Just to be clear when I put more voltage I am adding it into the cpu offset voltage right? I leave it the + sign and slowly increase/decrease. When I first OC and leave the offset to default would it do the correct volts
When you select to adjust multipliers for all cores in bios, your OS won't be able to adjust them independently. I believe if you select to let OS adjust cores, that each core can run at different speed according to load.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

When you put volt values in the Offset field, you add the Vcore you type in there, to the VID of your CPU. However, the VID will vary between each different CPU, and also the speed you run it at.

My 2500K has 1.2410v VID when at 3.3GHz stock. This VID changes to 1.3410 when I overclock it to 4.5GHz. When I type in + 0.020 Volts for Offset, it will then give me 1.3410v + 0.020v = 1.3610v under load.

I have a pretty bad CPU with a high VID. Yours is probably a lower VID one.
    
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Thanks!!

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Welcome to the P8P67 Series/PRO Club mate ! I'll add you in a moment !

btw: I just got 3 of those OCN flames

I've had such a nightmare upgrading my old X2 5000 black edition to my Sandybridge rig.


I started with the Gigabyte P67 UD3 motherboard but was not happy with the overclocking ability of it so sent it back as faulty re the cougar problem. Got refund and bought the MSI P67-GD65, first one they sent me was not a B3 revision so installed it to have a quick play and realized I could get 4.8Ghz on my 2500k but wasnt stable. Installed the B3 replacement and was happy until I flashed the BIOS with the latest final and my board died. No POST. MSI sent me a replacement which is sat in my bedroom doing nothing.

So went to PC shop and bought the Asus P8P67 Pro. Very happy with it and bought myself the Noctua D14 for it.

During my motherboard nightmare I bought a Vertex 3 OCZ SSD and another 1GB Palit GTX460 so now got myself my first ever SLI setup.

Bought another 4GB 1600 Corsair RAM too, so got 8GB in total now.

........and breath!!!


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Edited by chrisgtl - 6/14/11 at 8:54am
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Thanks!!




I've had such a nightmare upgrading my old X2 5000 black edition to my Sandybridge rig.


I started with the Gigabyte P67 UD3 motherboard but was not happy with the overclocking ability of it so sent it back as faulty re the cougar problem. Got refund and bought the MSI P67-GD65, first one they sent me was not a B3 revision so installed it to have a quick play and realized I could get 4.8Ghz on my 2500k but wasnt stable. Installed the B3 replacement and was happy until I flashed the BIOS with the latest final and my board died. No POST. MSI sent me a replacement which is sat in my bedroom doing nothing.

So went to PC shop and bought the Asus P8P67 Pro. Very happy with it and bought myself the Noctua D14 for it.

During my motherboard nightmare I bought a Vertex 3 OCZ SSD and another 1GB Palit GTX460 so now got myself my first ever SLI setup.

Bought another 4GB 1600 Corsair RAM too, so got 8GB in total now.

........and breath!!!


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Well I hate to break it to you pal, but the SF chip in your Vertex 3 has just been recalled, so you'll probably be running into some more upgrade issues shortly
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Well I hate to break it to you pal, but the SF chip in your Vertex 3 has just been recalled, so you'll probably be running into some more upgrade issues shortly
Haha, I have read lots of problems with the OCZ controller, was starting to think I was a lucky one. Oh well, I bought my SSD from CCL Computers which is about 10 min drive for me.

I better take an image of my operating system drive then...lol

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Have updated info about Offset Vcore in the second post of this Club. Tried to explain it as simple as possible. But I will probably need to write some info about VID too, as not everyone knows what it is.

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A few Words about Offset Vcore.

Me and others have seen that when using Offset instead of manually typing in the Vcore, you get a more stable Vcore - Vcore will fluctuate less VS manual Vcore. This again can contribute to a somewhat lower Vcore needed for a certain clock frequency VS manual Vcore setting.

When you put volt values in the Offset field, you add the Vcore you type in there, to the VID of your CPU. However, the VID will vary between each different CPU, and also the speed you run it at.

My 2500K has 1.2410v VID when at 3.3GHz stock. This VID changes to 1.3410 when I overclock it to 4.5GHz. When I type in + 0.020 Volts for Offset, it will then give me 1.3410v + 0.020v = 1.3610v under load. This was tested with LLC at Ultra high. My real Live Prime 95 Blend Vcore varied between 1.360v - 1.376v. And for the most part was about ~1.368v.

If you are stable at full load, like Prime95 while using Offset, but get BSOD's when Idle/light load it is probably because the CPU Vcore ramps down on different load.

This usually happens at higher overclocks when using Offset. For me it works perfectly to use Offset at 4.5GHz with no BSOD's. But if you get problems on higher overclocks, you can try one of two things:


  • Try disabling C3/C6 states. This will hinder the CPU in ramping down the Vcore when Offset is used.

  • Use manual Vcore setting instead of Offset.

Edited by turrican9 - 6/14/11 at 9:23am
    
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So I overclocked it today everything left it the same, I did
4.5ghz
turbo atio - By all cores
Internal pll - disabled
memory freq - auto(for the oc will change after)
cpu volt - left at offset.
Load line calibration - high.

I saw in cpuz volts were around 1.36 - 1.384 getting 77-81c probably would of went up more Celsius because I only did prime for 20min. I did not like the temps so I brought it down.

44ghz.
turbo atio - By all cores
Internal pll - disabled
memory freq - auto(for the oc will change after)
cpu volt - left at offset.
Load line calibration -medium.

Volts ranged from 1.328 - 1.344. I was getting 70c then doing it for 50min it went up to 77-79 range. I am not liking the volts one bit. What should I do???

Also I noticed when I restarted to change somethings in the bios my computer shutdown then booted in 1 shot?????? what should I do.
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