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post #1401 of 6656
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Originally Posted by nimitz87 View Post

yeah tried that afterwards.
everything set to stock vcore to normal +0.010 45x idles, volts down etc. but @ load it is MUCH higher then manually setting it.
1.368 @ load with offset, 1.308 without.
I don't see any benefits to offset?
Chad
Yeah I forget you got a 2500K. My 2600K took more voltage as well.
Have you tried going lower on the LLC? If that doesn't work you can keep reducing the DVID offset, into negative numbers even.
I mean there is no way you can't get the voltage down. What vcore does the BIOS show?
If you had the 2500K on a previous board, what was your 45x vcore under load?
post #1402 of 6656
Hi boys, have a problem with a gigabyte z77 ds3h, I have an i5 2500k and in the bios adjourned to the last official version f5 but inside the bios they are not present the voices to regulate the vcore of the cpu instead one friend of mine it has an ivy 3570k it has the regulation of the bios vcore I attach you a photo to make to understand to which is the problem I hope can help me hi

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post #1403 of 6656
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

Yeah I forget you got a 2500K. My 2600K took more voltage as well.
Have you tried going lower on the LLC? If that doesn't work you can keep reducing the DVID offset, into negative numbers even.
I mean there is no way you can't get the voltage down. What vcore does the BIOS show?
If you had the 2500K on a previous board, what was your 45x vcore under load?

messing with LLC next it's set to high right now.

won't boot to windows any lower then - 0.040 vcore flutates fine at low/no load @ 100% load though it jumps up to 1.361 vs 1.308 when I have it set to manual.

temps are pretty much exactly the same...so basically since the computer doesn't see 100% load unless im testing is offset worth it?

Chad
post #1404 of 6656
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Originally Posted by nimitz87 View Post

messing with LLC next it's set to high right now.
won't boot to windows any lower then - 0.040 vcore flutates fine at low/no load @ 100% load though it jumps up to 1.361 vs 1.308 when I have it set to manual.
temps are pretty much exactly the same...so basically since the computer doesn't see 100% load unless im testing is offset worth it?
Chad
Up to you. Just set it up so the vcore /frequency drops at idle and use the settings that give you lowest stable vcore under load.
post #1405 of 6656
I have both a UD5H and a UD3H and I must say they are an improvement from the p67 - Z68 - X79 chipsets! Gigabyte got behind by going with the hybrid bios.

A lot of issues still need to be worked out with the USB functionality though! The XHCI adaptability seems to be flawed. This includes all options smart auto/auto/enabled etc..A new bios update solves one USB problem but creates another. Maybe blame this on Intel but I do not think so. Asus boards have a better acceptance of different USB Product manufacturers and I can say the same for MSI.

To fight a USB acceptance issue for hours that was not experienced on an Asus and MSI product causes some concerns.

I use high end gaming keyboards and mice down to the basic products.

I use all operating systems in my endeavor but I have also experienced greater issues with USB in the mainstream Windows 7!

I wish I had the time to compare different USB products with different manufacturers but it just is not possible at this point! I am trying to get a couple of review websites to make this comparison though!

Just a concern from a longtime Gigabyte user! smile.gif
Edited by Electroneng - 5/20/12 at 6:26pm
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Finally getting somewhere. 15hr+ prime blend stable with 16gb maxed. I used offset of +0.085 on top of my vid on auto, Giving me 1.296 at load for 4.5ghz. Temps maxing at 78-80*c. Good or not?
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It seems 4.4 GHz is where I'm going to stay with this 3770K. Even with a negative offset of 0.0015V, load temps hit 90C on one core. I played around at 4.5 GHz with a +0.0005V offset, but temps got up to 98C (the next hottest core was at 90C)! I reseated my Hyper 212 Evo, and temps only changed by ~1 degree. The TIM pattern looked fine. Nothing really changed with the side panel removed either. Oh well, 4.5 GHz was my goal and I came up just a bit short. There's not much left to try at this point except switching to water cooling, and even then I'm not sure I'd get much further with this chip.
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post #1408 of 6656
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I have both a UD5H and a UD3H and I must say they are an improvement from the p67 - Z68 - X79 chipsets! Gigabyte got behind by going with the hybrid bios.

A lot of issues still need to be worked out with the USB functionality though! The XHCI adaptability seems to be flawed. This includes all options smart auto/auto/enabled etc..A new bios update solves one USB problem but creates another. Maybe blame this on Intel but I do not think so. Asus boards have a better acceptance of different USB Product manufacturers and I can say the same for MSI.

To fight a USB acceptance issue for hours that was not experienced on an Asus and MSI product causes some concerns.

I use high end gaming keyboards and mice down to the basic products.

I use all operating systems in my endeavor but I have also experienced greater issues with USB in the mainstream Windows 7!

I wish I had the time to compare different USB products with different manufacturers but it just is not possible at this point! I am trying to get a couple of review websites to make this comparison though!

Just a concern from a longtime Gigabyte user! smile.gif

I having a problem with the keyboard going out, or sticking one keypress making me unplug it and move it to different port or reboot.
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I having a problem with the keyboard going out, or sticking one keypress making me unplug it and move it to different port or reboot.

yeah, me too. i was pulling my hair out over this and was about to bring it back to the store. i was using the intel usb 3.0 ports and had to retart constantly to get my keyboard and mouse to work during the windows installation.

the lack of ahci/sata drivers (or whatever it's called) was giving me issues too. In a clean install of windows on my crucial m4 ssd, I was getting 2 minute windows load until I installed one of the driver sets.
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post #1410 of 6656
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Originally Posted by nimitz87 View Post

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Got any more info on running offset @ 45x?
I'm @ 4.5ghz
running 1.310 vcore in the BIOS
1.308 @ 100% load in CPU-z
LLC on extreme

Damn, my 2500k takes 1.35v to be 4.5ghz stable. I use LLC on high though, not extreme. My 1.35v on high LLC is probably dropping to 1.32-1.33 and your 1.31 on extreme is probably raising to 1.32 though. Which one do you think is the better choice? heh

IMO, you should probably raise your vcore to 1.32-1.325 and run turbo LLC instead of Extreme. Having LLC that makes voltage go higher than idle scares me.
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