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The end-result/Vcore of the + Offset you set will vary from CPU to CPU under Load. My CPU ends up at about ~1.368v Vcore under full load when Offset is +0.020. While yours (Nethermir) end up at ~1.328v Vcore when you set +0.040 Offset. This indicate that your CPU has a lower (better VID) VS mine. But a good VID does not always mean it will overclock better than a CPU with a higher VID.
Edited by turrican9 - 5/30/11 at 1:17pm
    
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Ah, gotcha. I thought you meant 0.04 in general is a horrible thing lol. So far IBT seems to like 0.04. I'll run p95 for a bit and see what happens. But yeah I think you're right that it will probably go 0.05. Thanks!
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Flashed to the latest bios and so far not much difference for me. Here is about on hour into a prime run.

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And here is a pic of the setup in my trusty old P160.

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Originally Posted by 4x4n;13689898 
Sign me up thumb.gif


Flashed to the latest bios and so far not much difference for me. Here is about on hour into a prime run.

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And here is a pic of the setup in my trusty old P160.

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Welcome to the Club mate ! smile.gif Consider yourself a member from now on !thumb.gif I'll add you right away, also with a link to your System Picture ! thumb.gif

Pretty nice Vcore for 4.6GHz you got there ! thumb.gif
    
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Thanks, funny that some people think the voltage is high for that clock. The voltage jumps around from 1.328-1.344, but mostly stays at the 1.336 in the screenie.
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Originally Posted by 4x4n;13690040 
Thanks, funny that some people think the voltage is high for that clock. The voltage jumps around from 1.328-1.344, but mostly stays at the 1.336 in the screenie.

Actually nice Vcore for that speed, as I have a mediocre i5 2500K that needs ~1.368v (little up and down) for 4.5GHz to be 12 hour + Prime95 Blend stable.

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Hey guys I just bought a P8P67 PRO at microcenter at an open box price and was wondering if there is anyway to tell it's a B3 other than the box and the sticker... will CPU-Z show it?
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Originally Posted by xtnod;13690283 
Hey guys I just bought a P8P67 PRO at microcenter at an open box price and was wondering if there is anyway to tell it's a B3 other than the box and the sticker... will CPU-Z show it?

Yes, I believe CPU-Z will show it. You will also see it inside the bios. Says B3 after the mobo name.

Look here http://event.asus.com/2011/mb/Identify_B3_Motherboards/


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Originally Posted by Akehage;13684082 
Then another question, is it enouugh to stress with prime 1 hour after every small setting? Otherwise this takes long long time to tweak settings to opti!
I usually run Prime95 10-30min, then lower the Vcore until i BSOD. That way i get a good idea of what Vcore i need.
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Temps too... i know my cooler isnt the best, but is there a way of lowering the temps with adjusting some settings for example decreasing vcore but compensating it with something else?
You can try to lower LLC, but that might not work. The other option would be to lower PLL, PCH, and VCCIO(not sure if this lowers CPU temps) voltage which is what i did. But i personally would keep it within Intel specs.


What is everyones opinion on changing VCCSA voltage? I know that a person who made one of the first great SB OC'ing guide said this:
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System Agent Voltage should NOT be touched, it is supposed to be a fixed voltage, and it powers many things that the VCC does not power.
After reading that i was scared to touch it, so i left it on Auto.

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Originally Posted by turrican9;13689181 
Mine is the same. 4.5GHz requires ~1.368v Vcore for Prime95 Blend Custom '6000MB' to be 12 hours + stable. And I also have the CM Hyper 212+. My testing has showed that mine will probably need ~1.47v + for 4.8GHz 12 hours + Blend stability. So not worth it for me.
You might already know this, but lower temps need less Vcore. I found this out by using what i knew was a stable OC, then taking off my HS fans and running Prime95. I had to bump my Vcore up a few notches so that i wouldn't BSOD right away.
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Originally Posted by 4x4n;13690040 
Thanks, funny that some people think the voltage is high for that clock. The voltage jumps around from 1.328-1.344, but mostly stays at the 1.336 in the screenie.
If that is your voltage under load, then i wish i had your CPU. Especially since you have a 212+ and can run at that Vcore. Right now i can get 4.6GHz 1.35V.


Do you guys/girls think 11h40m then BSOD is long enough for stabilty? I dont know what BSOD i got because i closed it before looking, but it should be a lack of Vcore. I was stable at 0.005 higher Vcore, which is why it should be 124 of 101. I ran Prime95 blend and used 7168Mb.
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Does anyone know if the esata ports are multipliers on the pro? Thinking of getting a 4 bay box to store media and would rather not use usb. Thanks in advance!
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