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post #2731 of 9531
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Originally Posted by mark_thaddeus View Post

Sorry if all the info I threw just confused you more, all I was trying to say was that with my offset settings higher than the turbo I got temps that were 2-3*C lower than going lower offset and higher turbo voltage.

No worries. Ah so that's for about the same load voltage?
post #2732 of 9531
guys im stress testing at 1.28v and 50 multiplier. If it fails how do you know wether or not to increase cpu vcore or turbo voltage? SHould I use turbo volt when using fixed cpu vcore? How high should you go on turbo voltage?

thanks
post #2733 of 9531
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

guys im stress testing at 1.28v and 50 multiplier. If it fails how do you know wether or not to increase cpu vcore or turbo voltage? SHould I use turbo volt when using fixed cpu vcore? How high should you go on turbo voltage?

thanks

I'm not too sure either...I followed my Ivy bridge ASrock OC guide and it only says to increase the Turbo voltage. So yesterday I tried to OC to 4.8Ghz with an offset of +0.005v and I kept increasing the turbo voltage until I got it stable at +0.090v for 2 hours under Prime95 for a total vcore of 1.360v.
post #2734 of 9531
I'm trying to troubleshoot some issues I'm having with reaching 5Ghz on my 2700k with a Z77 Extreme4. It seems like I'm having issues with non-bsod reboots and the more testing that I do the more I'm beginning to wonder if it's the cheaper VRM's that Asrock used in this board. Please let me know if I'm incorrect on any of my assumptions or deductions. Being that Z77 was engineered for Ivy Bridge and IB is a more efficient chip I wonder if the cheaper components in the E4 weren't selected based on that. You see, any time that I attempt voltages around 1.4 for the CPU I start to get the reboots when stress testing with P95. I can do 4.8 Ghz without the reboots and my voltage is nearer to 1.35.

If anyone has a Sandy chip they're running on the E4 at high clocks I'd appreciate any input on your configuration. I'm content with 4.8~4.9 Ghz, but I know I can do more with this chip. I'm just not sure right now what's holding it back. I've checked event viewer for anything that may be causing this to no avail. I'm not stressing my PSU. My RAM passes memtest after memtest at XMP settings. I've ran P95 and IBT with 4096 and upwards of 7000 MB and I'm fine until I start trying for anything above 4.9 Ghz.

@jpmboy- Thanks for your help, unfortunately I'm not any closer than I was. (as you can see!)
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post #2735 of 9531
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I'm not too sure either...I followed my Ivy bridge ASrock OC guide and it only says to increase the Turbo voltage. So yesterday I tried to OC to 4.8Ghz with an offset of +0.005v and I kept increasing the turbo voltage until I got it stable at +0.090v for 2 hours under Prime95 for a total vcore of 1.360v.
thats good thats how u want to oc with asrock boards
im currebtly running offset +0.005 and tubo of 0.145+ LLC 2 @5ghz
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post #2736 of 9531
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thats good thats how u want to oc with asrock boards
im currebtly running offset +0.005 and tubo of 0.145+ LLC 2 @5ghz

Thanks man! thumb.gif I guess I was doing it right after all. I just tried to OC to 5.0Ghz and I had to increase my turbo voltage to around +0.190v to have a stable boot...if I remember correctly. I wonder how high we can go on Turbo voltage...any ideas?
post #2737 of 9531
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Thanks man! thumb.gif I guess I was doing it right after all. I just tried to OC to 5.0Ghz and I had to increase my turbo voltage to around +0.190v to have a stable boot...if I remember correctly. I wonder how high we can go on Turbo voltage...any ideas?
i wouldent go over 1.5v and if your not delidid i wouldent go over 1.35v
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post #2738 of 9531
So does increasing turbo v increase CPU vcore? If that's the case which should you increase CPU vcore, turbo volt or both together?
post #2739 of 9531
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So does increasing turbo v increase CPU vcore? If that's the case which should you increase CPU vcore, turbo volt or both together?

Turbo increases Vcore only in the running state, when it needs the extra voltage.

Vcore, or Offset, will increase the Vcore at all times. Even idle state.

I recommend using only Turbo. (You should enable Offset but leave it on it's lowest setting. In other words, don't use Fixed.)
post #2740 of 9531
I don't understand. I'm at 1.350v BIOS it's 1.328 in windows under load. Additional Turbo voltage +0.04 to 0.12 makes no difference to my CPU vcore under idle or load?
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