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post #7091 of 9531
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Checking back in after awhile, still going strong and still pushing higher..

PLENTY of room for higher oc's, great temps with the 4 year old h50!
Will definately get better results when I upgrade the cooler!

Wow ***... where did you get your cpu
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post #7092 of 9531
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Checking back in after awhile, still going strong and still pushing higher..

PLENTY of room for higher oc's, great temps with the 4 year old h50!
Will definately get better results when I upgrade the cooler!

Can you post your OC Tweaker Settings? I would love to see mine run stable at that speed! WOW!!!! smile.gif
post #7093 of 9531
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Can you post your OC Tweaker Settings? I would love to see mine run stable at that speed! WOW!!!! smile.gif

His settings won't help you. His chip is one in a million. I've never seen one run 5GHz that low. Is it de-lidded?
post #7094 of 9531
I don't expect mine will, but I would still like to know what settings they're using just for reference. biggrin.gif
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Have they fixed the wrong vcore readings on the extreme 4? Also what would be the best llc level to avoid the higher than reported voltage?
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Have they fixed the wrong vcore readings on the extreme 4? Also what would be the best llc level to avoid the higher than reported voltage?
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Have they fixed the wrong vcore readings on the extreme 4? Also what would be the best llc level to avoid the higher than reported voltage?

Check out Sin's review of the board, the video will be able to answer it better. http://www.overclock.net/t/1333812/asrock-z77-extreme4-z77-extreme6-review, but no...it has not been fixed. Level 2 or 3 are fine---ish
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Hi redface.gif
I am really confused and i need help and forum opinion. I want to know that I do everything ok. But from begining.

My stock parameters are:
Idle: 0.968V ~36c
Stress: 1,208V ~57c

I've followed this guide step by step and set my offset to +0,005 and turbo +0,004, but this results in very high core voltage like 1.354V.
My goal was to gain stable multiplier in low voltage (less than 1,3V). I've done it with these settings:



Results

http://s16.postimg.org/ixqintj1v/Idle.jpg

http://s16.postimg.org/iv6n0zfeb/stress.jpg


I've got really big negative offset. I haven't see anynone in this topic with negative offset na OP is telling that this is bad. Can it be a problem? Low idle core voltage is safe for CPU and stability? Is this safe to go?

Regards and sorry for my english
post #7098 of 9531
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Hi redface.gif
I am really confused and i need help and forum opinion. I want to know that I do everything ok. But from begining.

My stock parameters are:
Idle: 0.968V ~36c
Stress: 1,208V ~57c

I've followed this guide step by step and set my offset to +0,005 and turbo +0,004, but this results in very high core voltage like 1.354V.
My goal was to gain stable multiplier in low voltage (less than 1,3V). I've done it with these settings:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I've got really big negative offset. I haven't see anynone in this topic with negative offset na OP is telling that this is bad. Can it be a problem? Low idle core voltage is safe for CPU and stability? Is this safe to go?

Regards and sorry for my english


You seem to have done everything properly. Negative offset is generally suggested against because it can make your system unstable at low/idle loads. There is no "stress test" for idling, so you just have to browse the web, let it sit, let it sit overnight, work with wordpad, let it sit. Just do daily non intesive stuff and let it sit. With that said...I currently run a -.070 offset myself, and it is ok to do as long as you are not going to be doing business related stuff that would cost you time/money to redo. .904 should be fine for idle, and is actually higher than some. I would say "GOOD TO GO!"
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Tried posting this a bit ago but the forums were being iffy. Not gonna edit it, there is probably extra info which inedenimadam posted.

I have a negative offset voltage of -0.180 . The reason they consider it bad, is the risk of your PC being unstable when idling or when going to/from sleep/hibernation. My PC is not 100% stable with that -0.180 offset, I have gotten 1 BSOD in the past... idk 1.5-2 months during idle (no BSOD at load). The problem is exactly as they say, its very very hard to test if a negative offset is stable or not. The reason I chose -0.180 is because if I go lower I will get BSOD at startup or some other times, I don't remember exactly because that was long ago. I should really put my specs in my sig but my CPU is running @ 4.1Ghz with -0.180 offset, and +0.004 turbo voltage, resulting in my load voltage when running IBT to be 1.120v
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I'll try it with these settings then smile.gif. Thanks for response I hope it will be stable.
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