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Do everybody use like EIST and C1E from Offset Mode? I use i5-2500K.
Listens everybody's opinion. Thanks.


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Edited by HYUNGI KIM - 2/24/12 at 6:40pm
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Yes, I use EIST and I have C1E, C3, and C6 states all enabled.

 

I use offset voltage with a medium LLC and I also use some additional turbo voltage.

 

I think I'm at -0.030V offset, +0.128V additional turbo, with my Medium LLC.

 

 

4.7 GHz 24/7 stable folding at <60C air cooled and 1.328, 1.336, or 1.344 Vcore, depending on load transients. It's basically stable at 1.336 but "peaks" at 1.344 for a few milliseconds once every five minutes or so. (Air cooled)

 


EDIT: I've been as high as 5.2 GHz POST and booting into Windows with those states enabled, but temperatures were too high. I can operate stable at 4.9 GHz with C1E, C3, and C6 states enabled. I've not gotten 5.0 GHz 24/7 stable yet, because I've been too busy folding.

 

 

Also, my idle voltage is 0.920V at 1.6 GHz.

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I use C1E.
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Thanks. ^^
Why uses the EIST and C1E?
Edited by HYUNGI KIM - 2/24/12 at 8:45pm
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C1 state (C1E or Enhanced Halt State) for lower power consumption.,it's one of the power saving futures,if you want to take full advantage of the offset use both EIST & C1E so your voltage and frequency will drop when idle/light load
do i disable it ? yes if i run benches (it will improve your score)thumb.gif
P.S. you also want C1E enabled if you want S3
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