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post #191 of 1985
Do you guys think i should lower the offset? Im coming from AMD and that voltage seems like stock to me tongue.gif. Easy as hell to get 4Ghz... Now to see if im stable and can go higher..
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post #192 of 1985
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Do you guys think i should lower the offset? Im coming from AMD and that voltage seems like stock to me . Easy as hell to get 4Ghz... Now to see if im stable and can go higher..


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Oh my god. I was able to do 4.5GHz with 1.2V. LOWER YOUR VOLTS
post #193 of 1985
im running prime 95 right now im gonna see if i can drop the volts a little more.
post #194 of 1985
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Do you guys think i should lower the offset? Im coming from AMD and that voltage seems like stock to me . Easy as hell to get 4Ghz... Now to see if im stable and can go higher..


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WHOA!! That's what I use for 5ghz. If your shooting for 4ghz you could start at 1.100v and work up. It may be lower than your VID but still can come out to be stable. With the way your temps look, you should stay at that voltage and up the multi to 46 or 47 and see what happens.
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post #195 of 1985
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WHOA!! That's what I use for 5ghz. If your shooting for 4ghz you could start at 1.100v and work up. It may be lower than your VID but still can come out to be stable. With the way your temps look, you should stay at that voltage and up the multi to 46 or 47 and see what happens.
alright ill try that
EDIT: im coming from AMD so i keep getting confused with the volts.
post #196 of 1985
ok i lowered it to 1.248V. Gonna run Prime 95 again for a couple of hours. Should i lower the volts even more?
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1896859
post #197 of 1985
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ok i lowered it to 1.248V. Gonna run Prime 95 again for a couple of hours. Should i lower the volts even more?
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1896859
Lower it until you get a BSOD in Prime95, then start increasing it again, until your 12 hours + Blend stable.

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post #198 of 1985
is 1.248V bad?
post #199 of 1985
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is 1.248V bad?
btw: 4GHz is too low Try 4.5GHz You have a CM Hyper 212+. Same procedure. If Prime 95 Blend BSOD's, up Vcore until you're 12 hours + stable. Then go to the Sandy Stable Club
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post #200 of 1985
im stressing at 4.5Ghz 1.312V. Prime95 Blend... Now i have to wait. I wont run 24/7 @ 4.5 Ghz though.
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