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post #3811 of 6656
Well. last night i was thinking about offset mode OC. So i gave a try.. Here are the results:

Did run prime for 9 hours, no erros, nice temps.. could not be happier..

Here are the bios settings:





Temps were never over 77C, and the cpu does clock down nicely when idle...

Did have some help on this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1219588/updated-part-ii-offset-mode-overclocking-starter-guide-and-thread/0_100


What you guys think about that? smile.gif
post #3812 of 6656
Lookin' good! Looks like a nice 24/7 setup, you should be proud. thumb.gif
post #3813 of 6656
Thanks.... i have to admit... was fun getting there. wink.gif offset is really the way to go.

edit: ivanlabrie, my mobe is the WIFI version too
post #3814 of 6656
^ Your Ivy CPU needs so much Vcore :O
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post #3815 of 6656
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^ Your Ivy CPU needs so much Vcore :O

Not really, it looks about average.
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post #3816 of 6656
I use a negative offset for 4.2ghz...but I bet 4.5ghz would need a bit more.
His chip is not that bad!
post #3817 of 6656
What can i do? Came stock @ 1.212 , so there is nothing i can do. Atleast, is what the bios was showing at first boot., Bte, i didnt touch the vcore, just the dynamic.
post #3818 of 6656
How do I update the bios on my motherboard?
post #3819 of 6656
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Originally Posted by SirWooties View Post

How do I update the bios on my motherboard?

2 ways to do that:

 

Easy: Download Gigabyte @Bios application and it'll automatically update. (I used it to update from F7 to F8)

 

Advanced: Manually Download the Bios (~ 4 MB), Copy to root folder of a flash drive, restart and go to Q-Flash (Press END repeatedly when you hear the beep after restart until it appears), choose your Flash drive and It will update. (I used it to upgrade to F17).

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post #3820 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Khaled G View Post

2 ways to do that:

Easy: Download Gigabyte @Bios application and it'll automatically update. (I used it to update from F7 to F8)

Advanced: Manually Download the Bios (~ 4 MB), Copy to root folder of a flash drive, restart and go to Q-Flash (Press END repeatedly when you hear the beep after restart until it appears), choose your Flash drive and It will update. (I used it to upgrade to F17).
I tried that before but I get an error when trying to install the @ bios utility. "This is not a gigabyte product, setup will abort"
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