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post #6221 of 9536
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What's your Vcore under load?

Since i do not have a MOBO at the moment, i cant say tongue.gif. But! once i get it in the mail (this tuesday, woohoo!) I will let you know. ill post up everything. This is my first time personally OC'ing a CPU, so im stoked!
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Hello

Excuse my english

My Motherboard is a ASROCK Z68 Fatal1ty Profesional Gen3 and my cooler is a NOCTUA NH-D14. I think I have a stable OC with 4.5 ghz (2600k ht off) with the configuration you see in the image with offset. In idle my vcore moves between 1.008-1.088 and in ful with prime max 1.336 (8 hours) and 1.37 with PCmark7.

I think that it is fine but reading this guiede i have doubt

As you can see i have setting

ADDITIONAL TURBO VOLTAGE - AUTO

and in this guide suggests + 0.004

Is this a problem?

That happens to have this voltage as auto setting?

Thanks
Edited by APC - 5/5/13 at 9:09am
post #6223 of 9536
The problem with auto, is that you don't know if you are getting more voltage than you need. If you change it, you might need more than .004, that is just the starting point. You also might be able to move some of that voltage from offset to turbo to get a lower idle vcore.
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The problem with auto, is that you don't know if you are getting more voltage than you need. If you change it, you might need more than .004, that is just the starting point. You also might be able to move some of that voltage from offset to turbo to get a lower idle vcore.

Thanks

I have made many stability tests and I have not really much desire to start again. With my values ​​"vcore moves Between 1.008-1.088 and in full with prime max 1.336 (8 hours) and 1.37 with PCMark7" is truly necessary? If the only advantage it gives me is to lower the voltage at iddle I can avoid it?

With auto are my CPU or /and Motherboard much more stressed or in danger?

thanks
Edited by APC - 5/5/13 at 10:21am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

The problem with auto, is that you don't know if you are getting more voltage than you need. If you change it, you might need more than .004, that is just the starting point. You also might be able to move some of that voltage from offset to turbo to get a lower idle vcore.

Thanks

I have made many stability tests and I have not really much desire to start again. With my values ​​"vcore moves Between 1.008-1.088 and in full with prime max 1.336 (8 hours) and 1.37 with PCMark7" is truly necessary? If the only advantage it gives me is to lower the voltage at iddle I can avoid it?

With auto are my CPU or /and Motherboard much more stressed or in danger?

thanks

Auto = possibly too much voltage, but I don't think its hugely dangerous. I just don't see a need to let the motherboard apply an arbitrary number to your voltage under load. Taking control means you can possibly lower voltage and temperatures, extending the life of your cpu, or squeezing more performance out of it.
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Auto = possibly too much voltage, but I don't think its hugely dangerous. I just don't see a need to let the motherboard apply an arbitrary number to your voltage under load. Taking control means you can possibly lower voltage and temperatures, extending the life of your cpu, or squeezing more performance out of it.

well

I'll start with 0.004 and will increase it if I need it.

This should get me lower voltages and lower temperatures?

When I get that the system is stable I do anything else?

Annother question. Can I enable USB 3 legacy support? I ask this because i have read somewhere which can create instability and problems.

Thanks
post #6227 of 9536
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Quote:
Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

Auto = possibly too much voltage, but I don't think its hugely dangerous. I just don't see a need to let the motherboard apply an arbitrary number to your voltage under load. Taking control means you can possibly lower voltage and temperatures, extending the life of your cpu, or squeezing more performance out of it.

well

I'll start with 0.004 and will increase it if I need it.

This should get me lower voltages and lower temperatures?

When I get that the system is stable I do anything else?

Annother question. Can I enable USB 3 legacy support? I ask this because i have read somewhere which can create instability and problems.

Thanks
if it stable with .004 turbo and .030 offset, you can start lowering offset which will lower both idle and load.

I cant say anything about the usb support, I have not had to change any of that.
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well

I'll start with 0.004 and will increase it if I need it.

This should get me lower voltages and lower temperatures?

When I get that the system is stable I do anything else?

Annother question. Can I enable USB 3 legacy support? I ask this because i have read somewhere which can create instability and problems.

Thanks
yeah - gotta wonder what "Legacy USB 3.0" actually is... blinksmiley.gif should be enabled by default?

as ineden was saying, unless "turbo overclocking" just will not work at the multi you want (not uncommon at >=49x) move the 30mV you have in Offset to turbo (so set turbo at 30-40mV) and set offset to +5mV (you can probe the minimum idle vcore once you know what your chip wants to eat at load).

45 should be very easy. And based upon your 45 vcore, 46 should only be a few mV away.
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OTHER THEN DELIDING tongue.gif



Any what bios settings can help lower temps? Or am I just out of luck with my 212 evo until I get a H100/110?



I cringe when I see temps hovering around the 90's - 98's in prime thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif. CPU PLL is already at 1.709V and Im still trying to find the sweet spot where I dont get a WHEA 4 hours in @ 4.7 w/ offset -.005v and turbo at the .1xx amount at max Vcore being 1.312v
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well

I'll start with 0.004 and will increase it if I need it.

This should get me lower voltages and lower temperatures?

When I get that the system is stable I do anything else?

Annother question. Can I enable USB 3 legacy support? I ask this because i have read somewhere which can create instability and problems.

Thanks
yeah - gotta wonder what "Legacy USB 3.0" actually is... blinksmiley.gif should be enabled by default?

as ineden was saying, unless "turbo overclocking" just will not work at the multi you want (not uncommon at >=49x) move the 30mV you have in Offset to turbo (so set turbo at 30-40mV) and set offset to +5mV (you can probe the minimum idle vcore once you know what your chip wants to eat at load).

45 should be very easy. And based upon your 45 vcore, 46 should only be a few mV away.

The "USB 3.0 Legacy" option controls whether the blue USB 3.0 ports will support USB 1.0 and USB 2.0 devices also.
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