Originally Posted by bce22
Id love it to be 1.52 as for me to go from 4.6 to 4.8 prime 24 hr stable takes me well into the 1.4s.
Personally i just dont feel comfortable with that as an eveyday voltage. Maybe if i could figure out the damned offset mode id be willing but not on manual mode.
Not to mention there hasnt been generally anything that i run that would significantly improve with a couple hundred mhz increase.
Oh, I am glad you asked about Offset mode. It's actually fairly easy to figure it out.
My first step is to set Load-Line Calibration to Ultra High for the smallest amount of vDroop possible while also avoiding vRise. This helps for what we will do next.
Look at this part of Real Temp (I recommend Real Temp 3.67
Click that button if necessary.
If you get a very low number in comparison to mine here, then put some load on the CPU to see what your actual Voltage Identifier really is.
Now find the difference between the VID you get and the core voltage you want to see in CPU-Z while under full load, and then the Offset value you need to use is revealed.
So what you do at this point is round up or down a little bit to see which Offset achieves the exact voltage you want (experimentation will be necessary).
For example: my VID flip-flops between 1.3561V and 1.3611V. The core voltage I wanted was a flip-flop between 1.392V and 1.400V. So the difference between these 4 numbers (the two VIDs and the two voltages) is 0.0359/0.0309 and 0.0439/0.0389. My Offset ended up needing to be +0.040V to achieve the voltage I want, but someone else with an identical system may end up needing +0.035V or +0.045V.
So yeah, that's basically it.
If you lower the LLC to High, then the Offset will need to be adjusted a bit to compensate. If the LLC is raised to Extreme, then of course the Offset will need to be adjusted the other way.