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my voltage during idle is 1.000 not 1.368

I will try to lower my voltage and hping that it stay stable
what load line lvl do you use?

tried with even -.025 offset at load line 3 and prime crash after less than 30 seconds ..


so I changed to load line lvl 2 .. with offset -0.050

during load after 1 hour of prime test


during idle after I stopped the prime test




any advices? smile.gif

I have my load line @ 5.
Turbo voltage at auto.
A offset of +0.020.

You loadline might be to high & causing the over voltage.

Please, tell me it ain't so! Dont use auto voltage!
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Please, tell me it ain't so! Dont use auto voltage!

Load line being set at 5 letting Vdroop occur basically.
Auto turbo voltage fills in the required voltage when the multi rises to x45.
I'm basically letting auto voltage be a better Vdroop manager than Load Line.

Of course I made sure the auto voltage wasn't raising to crazy voltages under different types of stress.

AKA me being lazy.
    
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Please, tell me it ain't so! Dont use auto voltage!

Load line being set at 5 letting Vdroop occur basically.
Auto turbo voltage fills in the required voltage when the multi rises to x45.
I'm basically letting auto voltage be a better Vdroop manager than Load Line.

Of course I made sure the auto voltage wasn't raising to crazy voltages under different types of stress.

AKA me being lazy.
weirdsmiley.gif I dont trust auto voltage AT ALL.
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I have my load line @ 5.
Turbo voltage at auto.
A offset of +0.020.

You loadline might be to high & causing the over voltage.

but I think the topic recommended load line 2 or 3
post #7145 of 9536
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but I think the topic recommended load line 2 or 3

It did, with a set turbo voltage.

What I basically did was set my offset a higher with +0.020 & let the Vdroop happen by setting the load line to 5. Then I tested to see what the auto turbo voltage would come out to under stress (1.304V), so auto turbo voltage is filling the Vdroop & anymore needed voltage basically.

Probably not the most professional method but it can work.

Like inedenimadam said it sometimes cannot be trusted/predictable, so if you do it monitor the voltage constantly through many different type of stress tests.
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It did, with a set turbo voltage.

What I basically did was set my offset a higher with +0.020 & let the Vdroop happen by setting the load line to 5. Then I tested to see what the auto turbo voltage would come out to under stress (1.304V), so auto turbo voltage is filling the Vdroop & anymore needed voltage basically.

Probably not the most professional method but it can work.

Like inedenimadam said it sometimes cannot be trusted/predictable, so if you do it monitor the voltage constantly through many different type of stress tests.

I will try it and see and if I can get 4.5 with such voltage, I will try for higher overclock then. Thanks and I am going to post the results soon.

update:-

tried with load 5 with offset +0.020 & +0.030 but it is not stable, then tried +0.040, but the volts is higher that I am now with load 2 -0.025 so I am back to -0.025 load 2

volt at load line 5 offset +0.040 are 1.384
Edited by awo2342 - 10/7/13 at 2:57am
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Load line being set at 5 letting Vdroop occur basically.
Auto turbo voltage fills in the required voltage when the multi rises to x45.
I'm basically letting auto voltage be a better Vdroop manager than Load Line.

Of course I made sure the auto voltage wasn't raising to crazy voltages under different types of stress.

AKA me being lazy.

Additional turbo voltage on auto is disabled. It shouldn't be filling up any gap in vdroop.

Offset give you both and Idle vcore and full load vcore, so what you are seeing in CPU-z during prime 95 is the full load vcore provided by your current offset. Additional turbo voltage is "in addition to" the full load vcore provided by your offset. It will add X amount of mV to the the full load vcore that you are receiving from your offset.
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Can someone help me please, prime 95 keeps closing on me, I keep getting "Prime 95 application has stopped working". I got it to run for five min with no crashes @4.5 so I bumped it up to 4.6 and now the application keeps closing. Ive tried everything I know to try.


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post #7149 of 9536
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Can someone help me please, prime 95 keeps closing on me, I keep getting "Prime 95 application has stopped working". I got it to run for five min with no crashes @4.5 so I bumped it up to 4.6 and now the application keeps closing. Ive tried everything I know to try.


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add more VCore...usually around .040 per step in multiplier, but it grows the higher you get.
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Good idea, I'll try that.
So in the end what was stable for almost a year at 4.4 Ghz with 1.28 vCore, now requires 1.32 vCore. Either my CPU has started to degrade (electron migration) or the voltage regulating circuitry on the mainboard is failing.

Strange...

Confirmed the new settings with a 3 day Prime95 run. Previous settings were confirmed a year ago with a 24 hour Prime95 run.
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