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post #5761 of 9531
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Originally Posted by Qlix View Post



pft... 10c idle? 13c below ambient... *** yo

Weren't you the one having problems with CPUID's hardware monitor showing 10 degrees more than OHM? So maybe it's just vice-versa, and the other program was right all along. wink.gif
What does it say when you right click on one of the temp readings and select parameters (at least I think that's how it was called, currently on iPad)? You can set the TjMax value there, which should be at 105 for Ivy Bridge.
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It seems like I picked the wrong place to try to get OC help....After reading a bunch of the posts on this site, I thought that someone might be able to give me better advice than buying new components....
More like the wrong thread.

Though there really isn't much you'll be able to do if you cannot alter the Vcore. Like Ivy Bridge, each chip behaves differently, and yours doesn't seem to perform too well on stock voltage (but that doesn't necessarily mean it can't reach higher clocks).

And according to a quick 2 minute Google search, the G41M-VS3 simply doesn't allow you to set the the Vcore, so unless you want to mod your board directly by soldering some resistors, you're out of luck with that board I'm afraid.
post #5762 of 9531
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Originally Posted by Mattb2e View Post

Very nice, however you will need more than 15 minutes of a stress test to verify you are stable in my personal opinion.


New: 33 minutes prime 95 test biggrin.gif

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post #5763 of 9531
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New: 33 minutes prime 95 test biggrin.gif

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You still should extend that to a few hours. wink.gif
post #5764 of 9531
Hello all,


Im on an Asrock Extreme 4 + i5 3570k + Hyper 212 Evo and I wanted to ask why I get voltages of around 1.3 when setting the cpu offset to +0.05 and stressing the cpu with Prime... I find those votlages a bit too high, and the temperatures sky rocket too...

Would you recommend having a fixed cpu voltage of around 1.120 V and OC'ing to 4Ghz? I am currently testing it at 3.8Ghz and it seems stable, with temperatures not going over 60ºC.

Cheers!
post #5765 of 9531
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Originally Posted by spoonium View Post

Weren't you the one having problems with CPUID's hardware monitor showing 10 degrees more than OHM? So maybe it's just vice-versa, and the other program was right all along. wink.gif
What does it say when you right click on one of the temp readings and select parameters (at least I think that's how it was called, currently on iPad)? You can set the TjMax value there, which should be at 105 for Ivy Bridge.
More like the wrong thread.

Though there really isn't much you'll be able to do if you cannot alter the Vcore. Like Ivy Bridge, each chip behaves differently, and yours doesn't seem to perform too well on stock voltage (but that doesn't necessarily mean it can't reach higher clocks).

And according to a quick 2 minute Google search, the G41M-VS3 simply doesn't allow you to set the the Vcore, so unless you want to mod your board directly by soldering some resistors, you're out of luck with that board I'm afraid.

It's not the program. Verified with core temp, real temp, hwmonitor pro, etc.

Also this guy is completely correct. It's not that we don't want to help get that 775 up, it's that we simply can't. You chose a board that will not allow you to do anything with the vcore. That's pretty much the most important setting in the bios. So at this point "get a different board, anyway you can" is the only option, assuming you don't want to mod your current one.

Call local shops looking for a trade, Craigslist, classifieds here. It's possible someone will help you out.
Edited by Qlix - 4/13/13 at 6:11am
post #5766 of 9531
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Originally Posted by Qlix View Post

It's not the program. Verified with core temp, real temp, hwmonitor pro, etc.
Well, I did hear reports that the temp sensors are somewhat off at lower temps, though I'm not affected by this; you might me. But I'd still be interested to see if TjMax is set to 105°C for you. wink.gif
post #5767 of 9531
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Originally Posted by Alphadan View Post

Hello all,


Im on an Asrock Extreme 4 + i5 3570k + Hyper 212 Evo and I wanted to ask why I get voltages of around 1.3 when setting the cpu offset to +0.05 and stressing the cpu with Prime... I find those votlages a bit too high, and the temperatures sky rocket too...

Would you recommend having a fixed cpu voltage of around 1.120 V and OC'ing to 4Ghz? I am currently testing it at 3.8Ghz and it seems stable, with temperatures not going over 60ºC.

Cheers!

Every chip is different. What voltage intel sets for your chip is the "VID", you have a high VID. "offset voltage" is the amount that the voltage curve is moved up and down for every multiplier. With the voltage you are receiving, you could probably stabilize 44 or 45 without adding much or possibly any extra voltage. 1.3 is not too high, its moderate, many many people run that same voltage and more daily without noticeable degradation. As for the temperatures, you are 55C away from TJMAX...your fine, nothing to be afraid of.

If you do not have a good reason to use fixed voltage...don't. It shortens the life of a chip compared to one that is allowed to idle at lower volts (akthough at 1.120 you will be FAR from degradation), and it uses more power from the wall than offset. Look at it like this...lawnmowers have fixed voltage, and cars have offset. The car goes whatever speed you push the petal, but that lawnmower only has go and stop.

Keep it on offset and move just the multiplier up. Your temps wont go up until you voltage goes up.
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Nope, OC Tuner gives me pretty much the same options as BIOS....So it's starting to seem like without that vcore, I can't really do anything more....Kinda makes me wonder what the point of having all of those other crazy options is....

Unlike a lot of new people, I actually did a bunch of research before even thinking about posting anything....And I've read pretty much every guide that I could find on my CPU....I've read that the E8500 can actually do pretty well on stock voltage, but I don't see it....Temps don't seem to be the problem....Almost seems like I'd be better off going back to my E4500....

You can't go that high on stock volts, maybe 3.4 or 3.6ghz. In order to hit 4.0ghz+ your definitely going to need to increase vcore

I just sold a Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3L on craigslist for $40 so a different board is not going to be too expensive
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anyone use a h110i with ivy? I'm curious how much of an impact an upgrade to an AIO cooler would make compared to my current cooler.
Edited by Mattb2e - 4/13/13 at 9:41am
post #5770 of 9531
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Originally Posted by Alphadan View Post

Hello all,


Im on an Asrock Extreme 4 + i5 3570k + Hyper 212 Evo and I wanted to ask why I get voltages of around 1.3 when setting the cpu offset to +0.05 and stressing the cpu with Prime... I find those votlages a bit too high, and the temperatures sky rocket too...

Would you recommend having a fixed cpu voltage of around 1.120 V and OC'ing to 4Ghz? I am currently testing it at 3.8Ghz and it seems stable, with temperatures not going over 60ºC.

Cheers!

The +0.005 offset and +0.004 is more of a starting point. If your going to stick w/ a 40 multi then you will want to bring your vcore down by using negative offset

If your not then leave the settings the same and increase the multi to 44 or 45 then start testing it w/ P95
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