Originally Posted by HOMECINEMA-PC
If you are running 100 strap yes . Put in desired vcore in on manual setting then set to offset vcore then set to + positive vcore an add .010 - 030 .
So that would work out like this.......... 1.3vcore + LLC + 0.020 pos offset vcore = 1.34 - 1.35 vcore
Hey man havin fun or what eh ?
1. raise the vcore in manual mode first to say 0.020 then set to offset v and add say another 0.020 pos and try that
2. No idea whats goin on there
3. Your rig specs are impressive
SLI 680's what do you get on say 3D mark 11 or 13 or Valley benchmarks with yours ?
4. I will take pic and post tim app .Too much = pouring out sides
5. Core 0 is my nemesis
I'm at work but I'll be trying this when I get home. Anyone have a clue as to why my boot_device LED would be the light that indicates after a failed OC attempt?
Now that I'm thinking about it, I'm not sure if when I changed my cpu profile from XMP to Manual, if that also changes my altered Boot Priority list settings.... Which, if that were the case, I don't understand why I wouldn't get the error msg BOOTMGR or Insert boot media msg. Completely black screened. ANNOYANCE.
About the 680's, I'll do some benchies later for ya. SLI is a special kind of beast for sure. It's like having two majestic roaring lions pulling your chariot. If the game terrain is made of mud (SLI Profile isn't optimized), it's like having one regular horse and you're sitting there wondering why in the hell anyone would invest in such a thing. You get to troubleshoot 75% of the games you play. But when it IS optimized, nothing can touch the kind of frames you pull.
Yes! TIM picture please!
Core 3&4 are like two misbehaving twins that won't shut up and sit down for one second.