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I'm thinking of testing the offset voltage, but I do not understand anything.
I'm running right now: vcore (1.34v manuel) and LLC ultra high for 4.7ghz.
What should I have to get around: 1.34vcore at load?
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what stepping? B1?

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Originally Posted by GerroffMe View Post
what stepping? B1?

EDIT: can you post your CPU-Z
No "D2" the VID is 1.3661 and 1.376 in prime95.
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Here is a picture from cpu-z:

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This may help:

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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
I think it'll be better. That's a very safe voltage, but still: it wouldn't be running at that voltage "24/7" which would be pretty nice.

To figure out what Offset voltage to use, I recommend the following
  1. Use a Load-Line Calibration setting of Ultra High
  2. Go back into Windows and load Real Temp 3.67 (optimized for Sandy Bridge)
  3. Click the button below until it shows your VID.
  4. You may need to put some load on your CPU for it to show your actual VID (note: this isn't the current core voltage)




To figure out which Offset voltage to use, use the difference between the VID you get and the core voltage you want. So for my VID of 1.3561, the difference I get is 0.0521V. So I'd probably use either -0.055 or -0.050 (that is, using the Minus offset sign). When using minus, -0.055 results in a lower core voltage than 0.050 because it's further down below 0.000.

So your VID could be different from mine which means the offset you'd use to achieve 1.304V would be different from my example here.



Note: if you do this, then make sure CPU C3 Report and CPU C6 Report are either set t Auto or Disabled in order to avoid BSODs while idling.
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Tnx fot the help

If I understand correctly that:
I have 1.366 VID, 1.34 Vcore and I'll take 1.366 - 1.34 = 0,031?
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Hi

For example, I have a VID of 1.3711 and I want to get a Vcore of 1.44V (supposing that I am the one who chooses which Vcore will be the final Vcore). So, the difference is 0,0689. Do I need to set offset mode to +0,070V? How can I take from the beginning that my Vcore will be 1.44? There is something that I don´t understand as well...

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Tnx fot the help

If I understand correctly that:
I have 1.366 VID, 1.34 Vcore and I'll take 1.366 - 1.34 = 0,031?
yeah pretty much.


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Hi

For example, I have a VID of 1.3711 and I want to get a Vcore of 1.44V (supposing that I am the one who chooses which Vcore will be the final Vcore). So, the difference is 0,0689. Do I need to set offset mode to +0,070V? How can I take from the beginning that my Vcore will be 1.44? There is something that I don´t understand as well...

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if the difference is that, then use that in the offset value to increase the vcore.
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post #9 of 12
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I think I was right.
But I had to go down to 0.020 to get the vcore to be at 1.336-1.344 in Prime95.
Here is a picture at: -0.025, this is good but i need about 1.336vcore all the time in prime (becose when i run vcore manuel i got BSOD 101 when the vcore droppt to 1.32)


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Hi

My VID is now 1.3711 all the time. I am running multiplier at 49. I set manual Vcore at 1.46 and I get BSOD 0x101 which means I need more Vcore. Should I set it to 1,47V or should I set an offset and which value to set?

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