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post #1371 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Conners View Post

Yeah man Hi i did make it lol. Hey ugh just for my education what do you mean by using DVID offset and High or Turbo LLC. Do you put vcore in normal then set DVID to +.010 and leave it there? Or do that and go back and put vcore to say like 1.2v and if you do that does DVID come into play?
Maybe sin will start a g1.sniper 3 officical thread. thumb.gif No way do I want to read through 138 pages of this forum lol..
guess what forum is down again...lol you don't have to answer that...smile.gif

FYI a new Sniper 3 thread just opened......

Yeah, vcore Normal, set DVID + 0.010, LLC High or Turbo. If not stable you can raise DVID or raise LLC. Anyway it's a starting point. LLC extreme tends to hold the vcore high, lower ones allow some droop.
For now leave everything else Auto in the voltage section,
Play around, I mean you could set a higher DVID and use a lower LLC, whatever works best for you . I do whatever I can to keep the voltage as low as possible under load which helps with heat.


Yeah, they are down over there a lot lately. they need more bandwidth or something.
post #1372 of 6656
@Conners, here's my current settings: everything else is Auto except I set Power 300 Current 200, probably don't need to.
Frequency - X45
PWM phase control - Perf
Vcore Voltage Response - Fast
LLC - High
Vcore - Normal
DVID - +0.010

I ran 12 hour Prime 95 custom blend w/90% memory OK with no WHEA errors in Windows Event Viewer.

After X45 the cpu starts getting pretty voltage hungry, at least mine does.
post #1373 of 6656
Thanks for the reply! hey ugh I noticed while playing around... If I set vcore to 1.2 and LLC to normal I get basically the same reading in Cpuz as when I set Vcore to Normal DViID to +.01. Make sense?
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I know. All that does is stop my fans.
What do you have for BIOS settings?

defaults. I can't remember the name, but it is something like normal or auto.

i've only tried 2 fans, the cpu and system header right below the sata ports. i only see options to control the 2 fans in the bios. hopefully, the motherboard knows i only connected the 2 fans, so that is why it is only giving me 2 fan control options. if I connect more to the board, i hope it opens up more options.
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@Conners, here's my current settings: everything else is Auto except I set Power 300 Current 200, probably don't need to.
Frequency - X45
PWM phase control - Perf
Vcore Voltage Response - Fast
LLC - High
Vcore - Normal
DVID - +0.010
I ran 12 hour Prime 95 custom blend w/90% memory OK with no WHEA errors in Windows Event Viewer.
After X45 the cpu starts getting pretty voltage hungry, at least mine does.

I seen the G1.sniper thread... But I never knew (good or not) to try Power 300 Current 200 or PWM phase control - Perf
Vcore Voltage Response - Fast. Then I want to know Why?
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Anybody know what these new vales are in hwinfo?

cpu package
cpu ia cores
cpu gt cores

cpu package power
ia cores power

IRF IR3567
IRF IR3567
IRF IR3750
I assume these are the vrm controller temps. But where are sensors located?
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post #1377 of 6656
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I seen the G1.sniper thread... But I never knew (good or not) to try Power 300 Current 200 or PWM phase control - Perf
Vcore Voltage Response - Fast. Then I want to know Why?
Why what? Why the Power and Current settings? IDK on my Z68 board it helped, don't know as it's necessary with Z77.
Everything else you 'll have to learn from trying things on your own. When I started I had Sin's guide but I didn't want to use the kind of voltage settings he used so I worked it out on my own, but he did a good job of explaining the BIOS options. Plus I was overclocking my Z68XP-UD3 so had some familiarity with Gigabyte boards.
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Is the vrm/power-delivery design the same on the ud5h and the g1 sniper 3? They look identical. Just curious. I like the design of the sniper, but I dont need all those extra features and pcie slots.
Edited by AliceInChains - 5/19/12 at 7:45pm
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OK, I see now you're using a 2500K? Then I'm not sure about voltage but I'm running a stable x45 with a 3770K with those settings.Are you sure you were using DVID? You have to set vcore to Normal then you can type in the offset below it.
I'm about a mile from the river, probably 8 miles from the State Park where you may have camped.
HWINFO: bring up the sensor panel and click configure. Click on one of the items you don't want displayed. Now look to right of window, see where the 2 checkboxes are that say Sensor Monitoring Enabled and Show Reading? Just click on one so the checkmarks disappear and it won't be shown. To re-enable just do the opposite.
It appears to me that HWINFO responds faster to vcore changes than any other program I've used, including EasyTune.
Yeah if you're using a 2500K then that's good. When I was running a 2600K it took much more for x45 anyway.
I went and pulled my ancient but expensive bench meter out but it's a PITA bulky, think I'll pick up a small multi next time I go to Lowes or Wally World and compare, if it's close to my BK Precision then I'll just use it instead.

yes sir i5 2500k

thanks for the hwinfo got it working thumb.gif

set dvid to + 0.010 using "normal" LLC set to high = 1.368 in HWinfo, forgot to pick up a multi.

any idea why this is? shouldnt it just be a bit higher then stock volts?
post #1380 of 6656
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

@Conners, here's my current settings: everything else is Auto except I set Power 300 Current 200, probably don't need to.
Frequency - X45
PWM phase control - Perf
Vcore Voltage Response - Fast
LLC - High
Vcore - Normal
DVID - +0.010
I ran 12 hour Prime 95 custom blend w/90% memory OK with no WHEA errors in Windows Event Viewer.
After X45 the cpu starts getting pretty voltage hungry, at least mine does.

exact same settings and getting vcore of 1.368 @ Idle and drops to 1.356 @ load using hwinfo now.

any ideas?

edit: in the BIOS screen it's showing 1.23 ish vcore?
Edited by nimitz87 - 5/19/12 at 9:00pm
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