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post #951 of 9345
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I want to go to offset, but not sure what to set it to. got 5ghz stable in IBT at 1,5 volts. what do I need to set the voltage under offset to?
That depends on what your CPU VID is. Just try to increase it step by step. I suggest you try + 0.02 first.
    
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That depends on what your CPU VID is. Just try to increase it step by step. I suggest you try + 0.02 first.
the CPU VID is stock volts, right?

and what does +0.02 equal in voltage/increments?
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the CPU VID is stock volts, right?
That is correct. And to look at it's real VID you need to clock your CPU to stock, disable Turbo and look in Core Temp for it's VID. May be you have to do it under load.
    
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the CPU VID is stock volts, right?

and what does +0.02 equal in voltage/increments?
On second thought, you should probably try + 0.15 first. Not 0.015 but + 0.15

And it means if your CPU set stock volts at 1.35v for 5GHz, +0.15v will give you 1.5v Vcore under load.
Edited by turrican9 - 6/5/11 at 9:00am
    
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the volts core temp give me at the moment are:
No load:
-lowest: 0.9957v
-highest:1.22v
Load w/IBT:
-lowest:1.246v
-highest: 1.261v

whats the next step?
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I have it enabled, and It never ever downclocks for me lol
ok , i enabled it again is there anything else i should change/add ?
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post #957 of 9345
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the volts core temp give me at the moment are:
No load:
-lowest: 0.9957v
-highest:1.22v
Load w/IBT:
-lowest:1.246v
-highest: 1.261v

whats the next step?
Your VID will depend on what overclock you're running. So you will have to experiment.

So my best suggestion is to try it at 5GHz, if that's your target, and just try + 0.15v Offset. Then boot Windows, put it under load and see what Vcore you get.
    
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Your VID will depend on what overclock you're running. So you will have to experiment.
i dont understand what you mean? i have 5ghz at 1.5v. in bios it shows me 1.512v atm.

if i switch to offset voltage, i can chose between + & - and velow there cpu offset voltage.
will offset voltage have a higher stable voltage?
post #959 of 9345
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i dont understand what you mean? i have 5ghz at 1.5v. in bios it shows me 1.512v atm.

if i switch to offset voltage, i can chose between + & - and velow there cpu offset voltage.
will offset voltage have a higher stable voltage?
When you switch to Offset, the CPU will use a stock/VID. But it will vary with clock frequency. You add Offset on top of this Vcore. Just try and do like I said.

In my system, Vcore do not fluctuate as much when I use Offset. For some Offset can give BSOD when Idle. You will just have to try and find out what works best for you mate
    
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it reached 1.6v then it shutoff withno bluescreen. set offset to 0.6, but that gave me a bluescreen 0x0124. higher offset ?
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