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Originally Posted by ugotd8 View Post

VCORE mode = Offset. Also, make sure not to set the offset to AUTO.
My suggestion would be to read this guide, then set your multi to something easy like 42. Then set offset mode for vcore with an offset of + .005. Test it out and log your idle and load voltages and go from there. It's not the easiest method, but worth it. Plus, all the cool kids are doing it. biggrin.gif

Omg yes! I have absolutely no idea what changed, but it's working now. To be fair, I did reset EVERYTHING to either enabled or auto (with the exception of hyper-threading, disabled it because I don't care for it and it makes the CPU run hotter. I'd much rather have a CPU running hexacore with one thread per core at 4.8GHz than running hexacore with 2 threads per core at 4.5GHz).

Went through and made ONLY the following changes.
  • CPU Voltage to Offset Mode
  • VCore Phase control left at AUTO
  • VCore LLC set to Ultra High
  • Offset Mode Sign to positive, Offset voltage to .005V
  • Max Turbo Ratio to 42

Booted up with no problem, and at idle the voltage is .872 V whereas before with everything set to auto/default settings it idled at .864 V. WOOT!!! thumbsupsmiley.png

Started up CPU-Z and Prime95 in Small FFTs mode with 6 threads. Voltage is pegged at 1.408 V.

Restarted and set VCore LLC to High. Now voltage waves between 1.376 V and 1.384 V.

I'm really glad I'm now on the right track and off to a good start. Now I'm going to try the multi at 45x and VCore LLC at ultra high again and see what happens.thumb.gif
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Omg yes! I have absolutely no idea what changed, but it's working now. To be fair, I did reset EVERYTHING to either enabled or auto (with the exception of hyper-threading, disabled it because I don't care for it and it makes the CPU run hotter. I'd much rather have a CPU running hexacore with one thread per core at 4.8GHz than running hexacore with 2 threads per core at 4.5GHz).
Went through and made ONLY the following changes.
  • CPU Voltage to Offset Mode
  • VCore Phase control left at AUTO
  • VCore LLC set to Ultra High
  • Offset Mode Sign to positive, Offset voltage to .005V
  • Max Turbo Ratio to 42
Booted up with no problem, and at idle the voltage is .872 V whereas before with everything set to auto/default settings it idled at .864 V. WOOT!!! thumbsupsmiley.png
Started up CPU-Z and Prime95 in Small FFTs mode with 6 threads. Voltage is pegged at 1.408 V.
Restarted and set VCore LLC to High. Now voltage waves between 1.376 V and 1.384 V.
I'm really glad I'm now on the right track and off to a good start. Now I'm going to try the multi at 45x and VCore LLC at ultra high again and see what happens.thumb.gif

Sounds like you are making good progress, grats.

No need to max out your LLC, change two things:

VCore Phase Control: Optimized
VCore LLC: Medium (or AUTO)

1.4+ is what I need for 5.0, and 1.38 is for ~4.8 to 4.9 WITH HT on.

Change them one at a time, Phase control first, and verify that your voltage offset is still working. You can also go back in this thread to post #1200, I posted some settings that were good for 4.7 or 4.8 (I forget) with offset. Use most of those, and just set your multi to 42 and your offset to +.005 and go.
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post #2483 of 9841
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Sounds like you are making good progress, grats.
No need to max out your LLC, change two things:
VCore Phase Control: Optimized
VCore LLC: Medium (or AUTO)
1.4+ is what I need for 5.0, and 1.38 is for ~4.8 to 4.9 WITH HT on.
Change them one at a time, Phase control first, and verify that your voltage offset is still working. You can also go back in this thread to post #1200, I posted some settings that were good for 4.7 or 4.8 (I forget) with offset. Use most of those, and just set your multi to 42 and your offset to +.005 and go.

What does setting VCore Phase control to Optimized do?

Here's the results of making the changes:

Phase Control from Auto to Optimized - No changes. Still idled at .872V and load at 1.376-1.384 V
VCore LLC from High to Medium (phase control optimized) - Positive result. Idle remains at .872V, but load dropped to 1.352-1.360V. No error or crash in the 5 minutes Prime95 was running.

So I could either now set offset voltage to a minus number, or bump up the multi. For now, I'll try incremental steps so going to try 46x.
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post #2484 of 9841
Quick question guys..... My PSU died on me and I'm looking for a new one.

Would a AX850 suffice for SB-E+SLI 680's?
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AX850 will do fine.
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post #2486 of 9841
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Quick question guys..... My PSU died on me and I'm looking for a new one.
Would a AX850 suffice for SB-E+SLI 680's?

AX650 for sli reference 680s and a 3930k. AX750 for sli Lightning 680s and a 3930k.

I'd just get the AX850 if it's like $20 more or so.
    
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AX850 will do fine.

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AX650 for sli reference 680s and a 3930k. AX750 for sli Lightning 680s and a 3930k.
I'd just get the AX850 if it's like $20 more or so.

cheers guys wink.gif
thats what I thought so too.
post #2488 of 9841
Who use VCCSA offset voltage on a i7 3930k (C2)

I set it to positive (+) offset : 0.010

Under Prime95 Blend 100% load, I get up to 0.987v - 1.00v.

Didnt have time to test it more than one hour though.
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post #2489 of 9841
I seem to be sitting pretty at 48x with LLC on high, which gives me 1.400V at load (might try LLC on medium to see if it can load with .02V less).

I tried bumping up to 49x. It froze on the Win7 loading screen once the logo was at full size (there was no BSOD though, just sat there frozen). I figured this means it needs more volts, so I bumped LLC from high to ultra high. It started to load fine, but as soon as the logo flashed the computer shut down and after 2-3 seconds started back up.

Pretty sure it's not an issue of Vcore voltage (although I could be wrong), so what's the next step?
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I don't know. I tried pumping more than double the voltage through what it needed at manual and It seemed to help. I started out by putting approximately the same voltage through it and couldn't boot. I started upping the voltage and then it would start to load windows and freeze. I think I got up to almost 1.5V and it still would not get into windows at 4.625GHz so I stopped.

Hmm, I was able to replicate the issue on bios 1404.
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