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Originally Posted by neoroy View Post
Munaim1 & compudaze, you guys so brilliant ) yup me too not afraid to use high vcore when idle when clock down to 1600mhz, amp also decreases and so power, its safe right?
Mmm too bad MSI mobo doesnt have offset... so i use C1E and EIST enabled, although vcore doesnt decrease so much.
I'm not familiar with MSI boards so they may or may not have dynamic voltage support. I haven't had any problems running up to 1.4V manual voltage for 24/7 use yet. I always have C1E and EIST on as they don't affect overclockability on Sandy Bridge.
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post #22 of 23
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I'm using offset for my OC and iv yet to have any problems at idle or load ext.. With using offset my vcore drops from 1.390v load .. to 0.850v idle.. I love it.. Had zero problem's using offset to manage vcore. Should itleast give it a try. Id be mad having to keep a 1.390vcore while my cpu goes idle to 1.6ghz.. I would'nt like that one BIT!!
I'm thinking using offset voltage instead of manual wouldn't there be a slight increase in the time it takes the CPU to power up?
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I'm thinking using offset voltage instead of manual wouldn't there be a slight increase in the time it takes the CPU to power up?
Nope, not for me iv yet to notice any thing.
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