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post #2741 of 9489
So does additional Turbo not do anything when using fixed voltage mode?
post #2742 of 9489
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So does additional Turbo not do anything when using fixed voltage mode?

This is what the guide says Additional Turbo Voltage: +0.004v ~This setting will be changed later. ~This is just like the Offset but works ONLY when the CPU is not in idle state. ~The Offset works ALL the time, even at idle. This setting will allow you to keep a low Offset, and low idle voltage, while still getting the Vcore boost needed for full speed.
post #2743 of 9489
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So does additional Turbo not do anything when using fixed voltage mode?

This is what the guide says Additional Turbo Voltage: +0.004v ~This setting will be changed later. ~This is just like the Offset but works ONLY when the CPU is not in idle state. ~The Offset works ALL the time, even at idle. This setting will allow you to keep a low Offset, and low idle voltage, while still getting the Vcore boost needed for full speed.
post #2744 of 9489
Ive swapped to using lowest offset then using just Turbo. Currently at Turbo +0.184 to give me vcore of 1.320v.
post #2745 of 9489
Need somebody to explain to me something weird.
I have my Overclock of 4.6Ghz with 1.246v (offset voltage) Now i have the offset set to +0.05v and turbo voltage +0.113v it gives me 1.23v and my CPU is rock stable (3h or prime95 and still running). How is it possible to be stable with less voltage? The only difference is that i switched offset with turbo voltage...
post #2746 of 9489
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Need somebody to explain to me something weird.
I have my Overclock of 4.6Ghz with 1.246v (offset voltage) Now i have the offset set to +0.05v and turbo voltage +0.113v it gives me 1.23v and my CPU is rock stable (3h or prime95 and still running). How is it possible to be stable with less voltage? The only difference is that i switched offset with turbo voltage...
maybe you never needed that much voltage to be stable the first time. or maybe its not fully stable with the lower vcore. or if your delided maybe the lower temps help it be stable with lower vcore ??? biggrin.gif
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post #2747 of 9489
i am delidded +/- 1 month now but it needed 1.246v for 4.6 now i am at 1.232v the only difference being the change from offset to turbo voltage, its just weird... but if it works let it be right biggrin.gif
post #2748 of 9489
I don't wanna temp fate as I'm still running prime myself Cygnus but I'm having much better luck with running offset at 0.05 and using turbo voltage too.

Maybe turbo volts just works better someway.
post #2749 of 9489
Hey guys, I'm setting up my new build ready for an overclock, hoping to get around 4.5 GHz out of it - Can someone tell me if my temps look reasonable?



This was taken, as you can see, following a 10 step "high" run of IBT. Idles are more or less the minimum temps, maximum is pretty much what load temps were.

I haven't yet done any Prime95 runs, seeing as though I was told IBT will burn hotter than Prime95. In total, the programs I'm using are the three in the picture, plus Prime95 for the stability check.

Thanks.
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58c is good temps sleeper, what is load CPU speed and voltage?
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