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Big thanks to everyone who had good input in the first few pages, I've been trying to read up as much on this as I will be getting my P67 Extreme4 Gen3 today or Wednesday. thumb.gif I still can't believe it was $113 open box on Newegg!
    
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well it doesnt go over much about offset mode. A +0.005 is just a starting point for a 45 multiplier.
I posted my bios screenshots below so yours should basically match aside from multiplier and offset amount.
At a 40 multi and +0.005 offset is too much voltage so you should probably try seeing if you can boot w/ a -0.100 offset (roughly 1.30v in bios - 0.100= 1.20v). Im not sure but -0.100 offset might be too much so you might have to try -0.080 or something. I know i was able to boot at 4.2ghz w/ a fixed voltage of 1.20v in bios so you will probably be some where around this voltage.
You will just have to start trying negative offsets and then booting into windows and see where your voltage is at in cpuz and keep increasing the offset until you see a CPU-z voltage closer to 1.20 then you can go from there.
As you go, post screenshots of cpu-z and what offset your using and we should be able to help you. You dont need to worry about getting it stable right now you just need to figure out how much negative offset you need to get into the 1.20v range.
Only other thing you can do which might be a little easier is just up the multi to 45 and leave the +0.005 offset.Then we can go from there on what offset you need but you will again need to see where your at in cpu-z w/ voltages.


Cheers Lucky you're a great help.

This is my voltage whilst running with a multiplier of 45 (1.360V) at the mo whilst typing this) :-

367

So should I try the voltage at -0.080 for starters?

And the magic number to get to is 1.2v whilst running Prime 95 am I right?
post #244 of 9561
Hey guys.

For the last 6 months my sig machine has been happily running at 4.4ghz @ 1.31v (1.28v under load) using Offset mode +0.005 and LLC Level 4. I decided the other day to play around with my OC, so I tried the Auto OC Turbo 50 option in Bios, but it only wants to go to 4.8ghz not 5ghz, and at 1.46v which is way too high for my liking. It also switches to fixed voltage which makes my idle temps high.

So I tinkered a bit and have managed to get stable at 4.6ghz @ 1.365v (1.35v under load) with LLC Level 2, but had to switch from Offest mode to Fixed mode with the voltage to get it stable. Any ideas on how to get it stable with offset mode? I'm running Bios v1.60 if it makes any difference.
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Cheers Lucky you're a great help.
This is my voltage whilst running with a multiplier of 45 (1.360V) at the mo whilst typing this) :-
367
So should I try the voltage at -0.080 for starters?
And the magic number to get to is 1.2v whilst running Prime 95 am I right?

No. Start with -0.005 and work your way lower. Run P95 with each voltage setting to see if it is still stable.
When you get too low on the voltage windows will either freeze or blue screen letting you know you went too far. Then up the voltage a notch.

I can run either 4.3 with -0.030 volts or 4.5 with -0.015 volts stable. I don't care to overclock any higher at this point.

You want the hightest overclock with the lowest voltage with it being stable.

Lots of folks are happy with a 4.5 overclock while others want to push it to the max of 5 or more.
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Cheers Lucky you're a great help.
This is my voltage whilst running with a multiplier of 45 (1.360V) at the mo whilst typing this) :-
367
So should I try the voltage at -0.080 for starters?
And the magic number to get to is 1.2v whilst running Prime 95 am I right?

No since you got it at a 45 multi just leave it and try to get it stable. Just run P95 for 20min at +0.005 and if it blue screens or if a worker stops working then you will have to take the offset up. If it runs fine for 20min then try a -0.005 offset then run P95 again, if it passes try -0.010 offset. You want to find the lowest voltage that you can boot at w/ a 45 multi then you will start bringing the voltage up. Running P95 for 20min doesnt mean its stable it just a short test to see if it will run w/out failing.

At a 40 multi you should be able to get it stable around 1.2v. Now that you got the 45 multi your voltage is looking closer to where it should be for a stable 4.5ghz overclock.
Edited by Lucky 23 - 4/3/12 at 9:16am
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No. Start with -0.005 and work your way lower. Run P95 with each voltage setting to see if it is still stable.
When you get too low on the voltage windows will either freeze or blue screen letting you know you went too far. Then up the voltage a notch.
I can run either 4.3 with -0.030 volts or 4.5 with -0.015 volts stable. I don't care to overclock any higher at this point.
You want the hightest overclock with the lowest voltage with it being stable.
Lots of folks are happy with a 4.5 overclock while others want to push it to the max of 5 or more.

I am currently in the process of lowering the voltage one at a time.

Am on -0.045V at the moment with cpu at 4.5ghz and the core voltage on cpu-z whilst running prime95 is 1.304v.

It's stable at the moment and doesn't show any signs of crashing or freezing up yet.

I'm a bit worried though as to how low should I go on the negative voltages? As I noticed it goes to -200 or something.

What is the lowest I should be hitting?


UPDATE: Blue screened whilst booting windows at -0.080v. Am just about to test it for an hour to see if it's stable. Or should I give it longer? (The core voltage is currently 1.280v at the moment whilst running Prime95)
Edited by wezza13 - 4/3/12 at 11:15am
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Thats right about where mine is at w/ a 4.5ghz overclock. My full load CPU-z voltage goes between 1.288-1.312. I personally run Prime95 for over 6 hours, i ran my 2500k for around 7 1/2 hours. Most people will recomend more like 12 hours but its up to you.

what offset are you at w/ 1.280v in CPU-z?
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what offset are you at w/ 1.280v in CPU-z?

It's flicking between 1.272v and 1.280v under full load from prime95. The offset I'm using is -0.075v.

It's been running for over 2 hours now with max temp being 62c on one core the others not over 60c.

And it seems to be running fine as it is.

I'll leave it running until I go to bed, another couple of hours at least.

It won't do any harm running the voltage that low will it?
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No it shouldn't. Most of the guides recommend keeping it under 1.40v- 1.45v
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