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Have a concern with some settings. I reckon that last year you were recommending to start off with Manual voltage first and when you get the desired voltage already, then that's the time we go with Offset?

 

I'm getting the feeling that you don't trust me.  That was almost a year ago.  wink.gif

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post #7432 of 9343

lol now I'm watching 4k videos on YouTube.  I have personally never seen video quality like this before, so I'm having fun.

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post #7433 of 9343
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I'm getting the feeling that you don't trust me.  That was almost a year ago.  wink.gif

Oh no no Sir, please don't misunderstand me, I trust you completely smile.gif It's just that all these information are getting mixed up in my mind. I'm just always a curious person smile.gif

1.) What disadvantage do I get if I disable spread spectrum for my Z68 board?

2.) Is it better to set VRM frequency to Auto instead of the old "350" value?

3.) How about for CPU current capability 100% vs. 140%?

4.) Also, with regards to the Offset voltage, so I just increase my CPU voltage by increasing the value of the Offset voltage itself?

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lol now I'm watching 4k videos on YouTube.  I have personally never seen video quality like this before, so I'm having fun.

How do I know if the video I'm watching in youtube is a 4K video?
post #7434 of 9343
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Oh no no Sir, please don't misunderstand me, I trust you completely smile.gif It's just that all these information are getting mixed up in my mind. I'm just always a curious person smile.gif
1.) What disadvantage do I get if I disable spread spectrum for my Z68 board?

 

None, just an advantage because enabling it on Z68 boards seems to always cause the BCLK to go down to 99 MHz.

 

 

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2.) Is it better to set VRM frequency to Auto instead of the old "350" value?

 

For 4.5 GHz through 4.7 GHz, yep!  These motherboards are good.

 

 

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3.) How about for CPU current capability 100% vs. 140%?

 

I'm using 100% for 4.7 GHz with no problems.  wink.gif

 

 

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4.) Also, with regards to the Offset voltage, so I just increase my CPU voltage by increasing the value of the Offset voltage itself

 

If the "Offset Mode Sign" is the plus sign (which it is in these settings), then increasing the Offset Voltage number/value increases the voltage.  If the Offset Mode Sign is the minus sign, then increasing the Offset Voltage number/value will lower the voltage.

 

 

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How do I know if the video I'm watching in youtube is a 4K video?

 

From a post I made about 30 minutes ago (it was buried):

 

An example of a 4K resolution video:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0m1XmvBey8

 

Click the cog wheel, and select "Original".  This will result in the 4K resolution as opposed to a lower res like 1080p.  When you're watching, pay attention to the details.

 

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=4k+resolution&aq=f

 

 

If you don't select "Original", then it won't be in 4K.  This resolution of 4K is 4096 x 3072.  In other words, it's 3072p!  :)

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post #7435 of 9343
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None, just an advantage because enabling it on Z68 boards seems to always cause the BCLK to go down to 99 MHz.



For 4.5 GHz through 4.7 GHz, yep!  These motherboards are good.



I'm using 100% for 4.7 GHz with no problems.  wink.gif



If the "Offset Mode Sign" is the plus sign (which it is in these settings), then increasing the Offset Voltage number/value increases the voltage.  If the Offset Mode Sign is the minus sign, then increasing the Offset Voltage number/value will lower the voltage.



From a post I made about 30 minutes ago (it was buried):

An example of a 4K resolution video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0m1XmvBey8

Click the cog wheel, and select "Original".  This will result in the 4K resolution as opposed to a lower res like 1080p.  When you're watching, pay attention to the details.

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=4k+resolution&aq=f


If you don't select "Original", then it won't be in 4K.  This resolution of 4K is 4096 x 3072.  In other words, it's 3072p!  smile.gif

1.) Ok, will set Spread Spectrum to disabled smile.gif

2.) So if I'm aiming for more than 4.7GHz, I should set VRM frequency to Manual and 350?

3.) So if I'm aiming for more than 4.7GHz, I should use 140% current capability?

4.) How will I know if I need a + or a - sign for Offset voltage?


God! The quality of 4K resolution is very very good!!!! redface.gif But the thing is that if I "show video info" by right-clicking the video, it just shows 2048x1536?
Edited by kevindd992002 - 7/28/12 at 5:51am
post #7436 of 9343
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1.) Ok, will set Spread Spectrum to disabled smile.gif
2.) So if I'm aiming for more than 4.7GHz, I should set VRM frequency to Manual and 350?

 

I don't know, but that's what I saw recommended here and it seems they're recommending it for ~4.8 GHz

 

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110

 

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3.) So if I'm aiming for more than 4.7GHz, I should use 140% current capability?

 

I don't know, but in the thread I linked above, they're recommending 100%.  I no longer remember why I ever chose 140% 4.8 GHz in the first place.  I can't find anything that recommends anything over 100% for 4.8 GHz!

 

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4.) How will I know if I need a + or a - sign for Offset voltage?

 

If +0.005V is too high, switch to the minus sign.  If you were starting out with -0.005V and it turned out to be too low, then you'd switch to a plus sign.

 

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God! The quality of 4K resolution is very very good!!!! redface.gif But the thing is that if I "show video info" by right-clicking the video, it just shows 2048x1536?

 

Yeah, I think I'm addicted right now.  That first video of that old guy and his little grand daughter blew me away from the very beginning with the detail of his shirt!  When I saw that, I was hooked and now I'm watching like my 5th or 6th random 4K (3072p) video!

 

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But the thing is that if I "show video info" by right-clicking the video, it just shows 2048x1536?

 

Oh, I didn't notice that before (I didn't check).  That must be the highest people can get with monitors that are not fully capable of 4096 x 3072.  Still, this is awesome.

 

 

Edit:  I'm off to bed.  I'll see you a round like a doughnut!  tehehe  Get it?  A round?  upsidedwnsmiley.gif


Edited by TwoCables - 7/28/12 at 6:34am
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post #7437 of 9343
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I don't know, but that's what I saw recommended here and it seems they're recommending it for ~4.8 GHz

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110


I don't know, but in the thread I linked above, they're recommending 100%.  I no longer remember why I ever chose 140% 4.8 GHz in the first place.  I can't find anything that recommends anything over 100% for 4.8 GHz!


If +0.005V is too high, switch to the minus sign.  If you were starting out with -0.005V and it turned out to be too low, then you'd switch to a plus sign.


Yeah, I think I'm addicted right now.  That first video of that old guy and his little grand daughter blew me away from the very beginning with the detail of his shirt!  When I saw that, I was hooked and now I'm watching like my 5th or 6th random 4K (3072p) video!


Oh, I didn't notice that before (I didn't check).  That must be the highest people can get with monitors that are not fully capable of 4096 x 3072.  Still, this is awesome.


Edit:  I'm off to bed.  I'll see you a round like a doughnut!  tehehe  Get it?  A round?  upsidedwnsmiley.gif

Thanks, might have to experiment now with my overclocking. This is tough, lol.

Oh ok, that's probably the reason for the lower resolution. So Ivy Bridge is optimized for the 4K resolution, great!
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You also have 8k video...
Now thats something
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Thanks, might have to experiment now with my overclocking. This is tough, lol.
Oh ok, that's probably the reason for the lower resolution. So Ivy Bridge is optimized for the 4K resolution, great!

 

It's not tough.  Like I said, once you set all of those settings, there are only about 2 that you have to come back to.  This means that once all of those settings are set, you really only have 2 settings for overclocking:  the multiplier and the voltage.  Some people might say that you may also end up wanting to adjust a couple of other things at some point, but I am just generalizing here.

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anyone have link downgrade BIOS P8P67Pro rev 3.1 ?
im with 3207 (newest) got problem PCIX read / run 8x only
8x ( only )
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this link http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1629404, not working to my mobo
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AFUWINx64 says " BIOS does not support AFU "

ANYONE PLZ ?
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