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It cant overcompensate that much. Im explaining again the same time that easytune shows 1.308 occt shows 1.41 and keep in mind that easytune6 is gigabytes app....
post #12 of 36
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1) i cant set my vcore manually since there is no such option on BIOS, i can only set offset + or - on the auto vcore.
2) On bios when i switched to 40 multiplier, PLL disabled and LLC enabled it showed 1.330vcore
3) My pc is rock solid stable
4) when i had LLC disabled the vcore on bios was 1.320 BUT when i was restarting in random times my mobo was auto reseting the multiplier to stock, after i enabled LLC its 100% stable...
post #13 of 36
OCCT is probably not capable of properly monitoring these new processors. Even CPU-Z wasn't up to date when they first came out and OCCT gets slow updates, if they get updated at all.

CPU-Z is whats really going on as long as your using a new version.
    
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Gigabyte motherboard + CPU-Z vcore = VCCIO.

so i prefer watching the easytune6 biggrin.gif
post #15 of 36
1.33V is kinda high for 4GHz, why don't you push multiplier to 45?
There is good chance that it will be stable.
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because if i raise the multiplier to 45x the vcore will go up automatically...
post #17 of 36
That's a very high voltage for 4 GHz. In my sig my CPU is running at 4 GHz with only 1.216V.
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I really want to ask this. Is there ANY difference if i run my cpu on 1.308 or 1.295 or 1.290? Is 1.308v gonna make him die easier or what?
post #19 of 36
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I really want to ask this. Is there ANY difference if i run my cpu on 1.308 or 1.295 or 1.290? Is 1.308v gonna make him die easier or what?

Well the lower voltage you use the better temps you get.

To high voltage can shorten the lifespan.
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post #20 of 36
My 2500k ran 4.0GHz on stock voltage. That must be a terrible chip you ave there.
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