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post #441 of 9486
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it's dependent on LLC. I've set my fixed to 1.5v and LLC kept it from hitting 1.5v. I'd suggest finding out what your max stable voltage is and setting it manually, then adjust your LLC accordingly until the voltage is at your max on load.

Thanks for the info. I tried the Fixed vcore with 1.45 w/ LLC= Level 2 and it is stable. One thing I noticed, the vcore doesnt reduce if the pc is on idle. I assume this is normal because of the Fixed Voltage settings?
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post #442 of 9486
This is correct. That's why it's advisable to disable C3 and C6 with offset because of the fluctuation in voltages and frequencies. On manual you can turn this back on.
post #443 of 9486
Tried setting up CPU Config:

Enhance Halt State (C1E) = Enabled
CPU C3 Sate Support =Enabled
Package C State Support=Auto
CPU Thermal throttling= Enabled

Still, the vcore doesnt reduce on idle. I even turned on the power saving, still doesnt reduce. Not sure what happened.
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Would it be a problem if I use the offset? It seems that works better.
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post #445 of 9486
Enabling those won't make your voltages and frequencies drop, they should be disable if using offset because of that fluctuation.

It's okay to use offset. I'm using offset right now myself with C3 and C6 disabled. Leaving them enabled causes BSOD 124 issues.
post #446 of 9486
I got up to x47 with offset 0.035v
I run prime95 ( my temp got to 50 celcius max ) but I got : ERROR : ILLEGAL SUMMOUT
torture test completed 1 test in 0 minutes - 0 error - 100 warnings

I need help :S
post #447 of 9486
that's typically a result of low vcore, if you let the test continue even when there's an ERROR it will eventually BSOD and show you the code. I'd go ahead and try that.
post #448 of 9486
Im not a fan of bsob , Ive alway believe it could break my comp...maybe im wrong
post #449 of 9486
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Im not a fan of bsob , Ive alway believe it could break my comp...maybe im wrong

BSODs are totally fine. They are actually welcomed in my opinion for overclocking as they let me know what issue I have and what needs to be adjusted. They won't harm your computer because you're the one messing around with settings tongue.gif
post #450 of 9486
mission bsob on.
coming back with result
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