Originally Posted by Elenion
I used your setting for 4500 mhz, offset + 0.035 with CPU LLC on ultra high. I ran prime95 for several hours and it seemed stable but it was peaking to 93C with vcore showing as 1.280-1.288.
It's weird the system is going full 4500 mhz even at idle. I thought offset and speedstep lowers the clock when it's not under load?
It seems like my voltage stays above 1.280v no matter what number I adjust in + value.
I guess I can try minus offsetting but still don't get why would my pc would go full 4500 mhz at the start. (is it because of cpu llc?)
Should I change CPU Power duty control from t-probe to extreme or leave it?
What about CPU Power Phase Control?
It takes more than an average cooling solution to achieve higher stable multipliers.. What are you using? I have a custom water loop that is pretty beefy..
Also using a negative offset is tricky because remember your idle is affected as well and setting to low you wont post. Here is a current shot of my bios settings feel free to copy them.. But remember that not all CPU coolers are able to handle the heat generated by IVY at high multi.
You have to enable Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology to dynamically adjust voltage and core frequency.
Please post your bios pics if you can..It helps me and others to assist you.
You should leave CPU Power Duty at t-probe
you can leave power phase in Auto.
Cpu LLC does not affect the scaling of your CPU frequency like you asked , only the volts applied when doing so.