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I know, but how does this help me?
I was just making sure you knew about it.

Also keep in mind what I said about C3/C6 and Offset. They should be disabled when overclocking and using Offset to avoid idle BSOD's. This is especially true for bios 1704 and 1850. At least have this at the back of your mind
    
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post #2122 of 9343
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Darn, I'll have to go back down to 4.3ghz then I think I ran it with 1.36V which should be fine right?

Also, can I not just manually set the CPU Voltage? What should I set it to?
I don't know if I want to give up just yet.

What setting do you have for CPU Spread Spectrum?

Also, bump the CPU Offset Voltage down to 0.025V.


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I was just making sure you knew about it.

Also keep in mind what I said about C3/C6 and Offset. They should be disabled when overclocking and using Offset to avoid idle BSOD's. This is especially true for bios 1704 and 1850. At least have this at the back of your mind
Yeah, but the settings I gave him are for 4.8 GHz.
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post #2123 of 9343
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I don't know if I want to give up just yet.

What setting do you have for CPU Spread Spectrum?

Also, bump the CPU Offset Voltage down to 0.025V.



Yeah, but the settings I gave him are for 4.8 GHz.
Spectrum is enabled. Why is my Cpu-z all of a sudden going back and forth from 4.8ghz to 1.6ghz since switching the C settings to enable from auto?

I'll try lowering the offset voltage.

Ok done, but why does it go back to auto everytime I go back in after I save it and why is the VRM mode 300 again down from 350 that I saved it at?
Edited by Kinslayer - 7/19/11 at 10:26pm
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post #2124 of 9343
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Spectrum is enabled. Why is my Cpu-z all of a sudden going back and forth from 4.8ghz to 1.6ghz since switching the C settings to enable from auto?

I'll try lowering the offset voltage.
That's supposed to happen (it's actually a good thing with Sandy Bridge).

This is significantly different from overclocking something like a socket 775 chip. It's actually way easier, believe it or not.
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post #2125 of 9343
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That's supposed to happen (it's actually a good thing with Sandy Bridge).

This is significantly different from overclocking something like a socket 775 chip. It's actually way easier, believe it or not.
Ok, it wasn't doing that before so find that odd.

Ok done, but why does it go back to auto everytime I go back in after I save it and why is the VRM mode 300 again down from 350 that I saved it at?
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post #2126 of 9343
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Ok, it wasn't doing that before so find that odd.

Ok done, but why does it go back to auto everytime I go back in after I save it and why is the VRM mode 300 again down from 350 that I saved it at?
I don't know, but it's starting to feel like it doesn't like those settings for some reason. Maybe they're not acceptable values or something. I don't know yet.
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I don't know, but it's starting to feel like it doesn't like those settings for some reason. Maybe they're not acceptable values or something. I don't know yet.
I can't get an accurate read on the voltage with cpuz now..its all over the place..from 1.15V to 1.5V+ ....
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I can't get an accurate read on the voltage with cpuz now..its all over the place..from 1.15V to 1.5V+ ....
It is supposed to dynamically adjust based on the load that is on the CPU.

Let's try a lower Offset of 0.010V and see if it still goes over 1.5V. If the voltage is still fluctuating to exactly the same values low and high, then we may need to start using Ai Suite II for monitoring (but maybe not tweaking...).
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post #2129 of 9343
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It is supposed to dynamically adjust based on the load that is on the CPU.

Let's try a lower Offset of 0.010V and see if it still goes over 1.5V. If the voltage is still fluctuating to exactly the same values low and high, then we may need to start using Ai Suite II for monitoring (but maybe not tweaking...).
Ok. What about the voltage in the bios being around 1.42V for the CPU, does that matter at all or I guess cpuz is more acurate since its running in windows?
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Ok. What about the voltage in the bios being around 1.42V for the CPU, does that matter at all or I guess cpuz is more acurate since its running in windows?
omg, I just had an idea. I don't know if this will work, but this is what I did right before I switched from Manual voltage to Offset (I don't know why I did it; I just felt like it, so I did it):
  1. Switch to EZ Mode in the UEFI
  2. Click Normal Mode (the one that sets the CPU and memory back to 100% stock)
  3. F10 out
  4. Go back into the UEFI
  5. Go back into Ai Tweaker and enter my settings verbatim, making sure to set everything else we talked about too
  6. F10 out
  7. Go back in the UEFI to check the voltage
  8. If it's better, then I think we just found a bug as well as a workaround!
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