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Thanks for the add smile.gif

Awww, you put my lower overclock on there instead of the one I posted as updated. Np, I guess I will just resubmit the form. It's probably easier for you that way, instead of having to read through every post to see if somebody updated their speeds.
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Thanks for the add smile.gif

Awww, you put my lower overclock on there instead of the one I posted as updated. Np, I guess I will just resubmit the form. It's probably easier for you that way, instead of having to read through every post to see if somebody updated their speeds.

You guessed it! As you can imagine, with over one thounsand posts it is very hard to monitor and update every tweak. That's why I implemented the rule in the OP to have subsequent overclocks resubmitted using the Google docs form. This ensures that I don't miss anything while saving me hours of time maintaining the Leaderboard.

You can post AS MANY overclock updates as you want to either the thread or the form (or both). Just keep in mind I only update the Leaderboard if members fill out the form.

I appreciate each one of you taking a few minutes to save me hours every week.
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Originally Posted by OverK1LL View Post

You guessed it! As you can imagine, with over one thounsand posts it is very hard to monitor and update every tweak. That's why I implemented the rule in the OP to have subsequent overclocks resubmitted using the Google docs form. This ensures that I don't miss anything while saving me hours of time maintaining the Leaderboard.

You can post AS MANY overclock updates as you want to either the thread or the form (or both). Just keep in mind I only update the Leaderboard if members fill out the form.

I appreciate each one of you taking a few minutes to save me hours every week.

Re-submitted the form, here's my 24/7 OC:


http://valid.canardpc.com/2705787
    
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Thanks for the advice. I'm going to try messing around with the offset voltage when I get some time. It sounds like I should be alright until then. Does anybody know roughly how low the voltage can go while idle? When I would overclock using offset on Z77 based boards my idle voltage would always end up too low. I'd have to raise the offset so the computer would run while idle and this would result in a load voltage that was unnecessarily high.

Also, I've been getting error boxes on the bottom right corner of my screen that say "Warning +5V Voltage 4.478 V". Does anybody know if this is an error or if it's something I need to worry about? I have a very solid power supply (Corsair AX760i) so I wouldn't think that to be the problem.

Edit: I should clarify, the low voltage warning is in ASUS AI Suite II. When I check the voltages in the bios they appear rock solid at 3.284V, 5.000V and 12.012V. Are there any known issues with AI Suite?
Edited by ShoehornHands - 2/26/13 at 2:33pm
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So I played around with the offset a bit and can't seem to get it where I want it. My CPU's VID at 4.0GHz is 1.35V. The processor was prime95 stable @ 4.0GHz using just 1.175V manually. If I use an offset of -0.175V the idle voltage drops too low and the computer freezes during boot. The largest offset value I can use appears to be around -0.100V. This gives me a load voltage of 1.232V. I guess I'm wondering if I'm better off running it at 1.175V all the time or using offset and getting 0.736V idle but 1.232V @ load? Maybe if I try to overclock it a bit more I could get a more useful offset value?

Edit: Also, I just got another error message from AI Suite that said "warning 12V voltage 24.102V". I'm assuming if this error were accurate my computer would no longer be running?
Edited by ShoehornHands - 2/26/13 at 3:23pm
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I was able to drop the voltage for 4.7GHz down to 1.37v:


http://valid.canardpc.com/2709734
    
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Thanks for the advice. I'm going to try messing around with the offset voltage when I get some time. It sounds like I should be alright until then. Does anybody know roughly how low the voltage can go while idle? When I would overclock using offset on Z77 based boards my idle voltage would always end up too low. I'd have to raise the offset so the computer would run while idle and this would result in a load voltage that was unnecessarily high.

Also, I've been getting error boxes on the bottom right corner of my screen that say "Warning +5V Voltage 4.478 V". Does anybody know if this is an error or if it's something I need to worry about? I have a very solid power supply (Corsair AX760i) so I wouldn't think that to be the problem.

Edit: I should clarify, the low voltage warning is in ASUS AI Suite II. When I check the voltages in the bios they appear rock solid at 3.284V, 5.000V and 12.012V. Are there any known issues with AI Suite?
You can ignore AI Suite warning. It temperamental a bit. It also doesn't like if another monitoring software running in the background.
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Originally Posted by ShoehornHands View Post

So I played around with the offset a bit and can't seem to get it where I want it. My CPU's VID at 4.0GHz is 1.35V. The processor was prime95 stable @ 4.0GHz using just 1.175V manually. If I use an offset of -0.175V the idle voltage drops too low and the computer freezes during boot. The largest offset value I can use appears to be around -0.100V. This gives me a load voltage of 1.232V. I guess I'm wondering if I'm better off running it at 1.175V all the time or using offset and getting 0.736V idle but 1.232V @ load? Maybe if I try to overclock it a bit more I could get a more useful offset value?

Edit: Also, I just got another error message from AI Suite that said "warning 12V voltage 24.102V". I'm assuming if this error were accurate my computer would no longer be running?
Negative (-) offset voltage might not suitable for you. Try using positive (+) offset voltage instead. Also try run negative offset again with C3, C6 & C7 disabled in BIOS. See if that helps. Otherwise, use positive offset voltage.
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Thanks kizwan, I've been running HWMonitor along with the AI Suite so that makes sense. I'll hopefully get some time this weekend to play around with the offset a bit more.
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Is it only load voltage that goes up with an increase in VID while in offset mode? I was under the impression that idle and load should both go up. I can't seem to get offset to work right. It doesn't matter what the multiplier is set to, the idle voltage in offset mode (auto) is always around 0.800 V. Anything lower than this and the computer becomes unstable. The load offset voltage however, is way too high. It seems like the default offset settings are the best I can do. No point in using positive offset because it just increases voltage when the computer is already stable. No point in using negative offset because the computer becomes unstable while idle.

I'm not sure if I have a wonky chip or something, but using manual the chips only needs 1.175 V for 4.0GHz and 1.200 V for 4.2GHz. With offset enabled (set to auto) the chip is using 1.300 V @ 4.2GHz and droops to 1.256 V under load. Even a small negative offset renders the computer unstable at idle. It wouldn't bother that much if there wasn't such a big difference between offset load and manual load (1.300 V vs. 1.200 V). Perhaps I'm missing something as there appears to be more settings on X79 based boards vs. Z77 (which I'm more familiar with). If anybody has any ideas I'd appreciate it. It would be so much nicer if you could modify idle and load voltage independently.

Edit: I ended up finding out that SVID doesn't add any voltage to VID until my processor is above 4.4Ghz. This is why I was so confused. I didn't know it was possible for SVID to scale this way. Load voltage @ stock (3.8Ghz) all the way through 4.4Ghz stays at 1.256 (assuming I don't set anything manually). When I try 4.6Ghz the load voltage jumps to 1.400. Seems strange to me but it sure does make offset mode a lot easier.
Edited by ShoehornHands - 3/2/13 at 11:04am
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I was able to drop the voltage for 4.7GHz down to 1.37v:


http://valid.canardpc.com/2709734

gotta say thats great with that voltage i can only stay on 4.5GHz i kinda envy your chip biggrin.gif

one silly question is it possible for a chip to lose the ability to stay stable on any overclock? yesterday i happened to see one of my screenshots from 2 month ago from this exact computer overclocked to 4.5GHz with 1.320V for vcore (i couldnt remember it myself but when i saw that screenshot i was shocked) and now i cant get it stable with 1.4v on 4.5GHz i tried almost everything and i cant get it stable at 4.2GHz
for 4.2GHz i tried 1.256v - 1.3v it gives me random BSOD with error code 101 and for 4.5 i tried 1.340v - 1.410v but still random BSOD with the same error 101
for VTT i tried 1.1 to 1.18 and for VCCSA i tried the same nothing works here
and this thing is driving me crazy im gonna throw it to trashcan i guess this cant be happening right? this chip is only 2-3 month old and never passed 4.5GHz and never overvolted i've been just using it for about a month with auto settings for VTT - VCCSA and PLL
i would be really grateful if anyone can help a little here
Edited by Void-Ray - 3/5/13 at 11:41am
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