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Originally Posted by Denim-187 View Post
Im very aware that not all chips work under simmilar settings, but hey you have to start somewhere..... Don't you? wink.gif

I was mostly referring to the advice in the link because there are other ways to do it(that may or may not be more effective). The settings your are recommending to start with are the same as what i would have said thumb.gif

 

Just to clarify.

post #22 of 25
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I was mostly referring to the advice in the link because there are other ways to do it(that may or may not be more effective). The settings your are recommending to start with are the same as what i would have said thumb.gif

Just to clarify.

Oh forgive my recklessness, i was under the impression that was directed at me. tongue.gif
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Ok the 0.035 setting is a starting number, now you can work your way down till your vcore is what it was on auto.
So your saying +0.035 gives you 1.4 load, we want 1.36 load so we subtract the difference from the offset.
i.e
1.4 - 1.36 = 0.04.
+0.035 - 0.04 = -0.05.
Now that we have this figure, we know u must set your offset to:
- 0.05
Do this and move up 0.05 increments if you cant boot or that new offset is unstable, but do not change your 75% LLC.
So after -0.05 (if that doesnt suffice), try +0.05

It seems these settings work just fine. Voltages nice and steady VID 1.360V temps are good to and it survived abot 3 hrs of prime95 so far.

Now Im wondering If I can go lower with the voltages by setting it to like VID: Offset - 0.200?
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It seems these settings work just fine. Voltages nice and steady VID 1.360V temps are good to and it survived abot 3 hrs of prime95 so far.
Now Im wondering If I can go lower with the voltages by setting it to like VID: Offset - 0.200?

Glad i could help, but if you wanted to work on decreasing vcore.. you will need to go deeper into offset.
Meaning a higher minus i.e -0.055 then -0.060 then -0.065.. im sure you get the drift but just remember the deeper u go into the minus, the more your decreasing from the VID.

Also iv'e noticed youve been using the term "VID" out of context..
VID and VCORE although related are two different things.

Offset works off VID to give you VCORE. Every chip has a different VID voltage..
Sandy Bridge 2600 k's have a VID of about 1.35- 1.38v depending on multi.
The VID is just something to base your offset off.

When talking about your idle and load volts, the correct term would be Vcore.
Have fun Overclocking wink.gif
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Glad i could help, but if you wanted to work on decreasing vcore.. you will need to go deeper into offset.
Meaning a higher minus i.e -0.055 then -0.060 then -0.065.. im sure you get the drift but just remember the deeper u go into the minus, the more your decreasing from the VID.
Also iv'e noticed youve been using the term "VID" out of context..
VID and VCORE although related are two different things.
Offset works off VID to give you VCORE. Every chip has a different VID voltage..
Sandy Bridge 2600 k's have a VID of about 1.35- 1.38v depending on multi.
The VID is just something to base your offset off.
When talking about your idle and load volts, the correct term would be Vcore.
Have fun Overclocking wink.gif

I've set the offset to - 0.050 multi 46x. Running Prime 95 for about 1.5 Hour Vcore didn't go above 1.312V now that's pretty low for 4600Mhz in my opinion; I might give it a try with the 1.2xx V range with manual voltages. biggrin.gif
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