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problem with fixed mode is it wont down clock when idle frown.gif

Yea, but I haven't other solution :S
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i got my 3570k today and no issues running it on offset voltage (+0.015v) with a 4.6ghz overclock ....under load it maxes at 1.296v, idle it runs at 0.992v, temps 65, 70, 70, 67 in prime95 under load and 18, 16, 25, 22 idle!!!!! thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
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i got my 3570k today and no issues running it on offset voltage (+0.015v) with a 4.6ghz overclock ....under load it maxes at 1.296v, idle it runs at 0.992v, temps 65, 70, 70, 67 in prime95 under load and 18, 16, 25, 22 idle!!!!! thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
Lucky I need 1.368v for my 4.6ghz! Is it worth overclocking the ram?
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i got my 3570k today and no issues running it on offset voltage (+0.015v) with a 4.6ghz overclock ....under load it maxes at 1.296v, idle it runs at 0.992v, temps 65, 70, 70, 67 in prime95 under load and 18, 16, 25, 22 idle!!!!! thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif

Wow, You can tell me your settings? thumb.gif
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Lucky I need 1.368v for my 4.6ghz! Is it worth overclocking the ram?

Some chips are bad overclocking, like mine and your.

I have overclocked my ram to 2133 and I have no diference in gaming
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reborn624, I can help you get it stable using an Offset.  An offset voltage is better because that way it's not pumping that full voltage through the CPU even when it's idling.

 

What core voltage are you getting while your CPU is under full load right now?  To test full load, run Prime95 for several seconds and then stop it (press Esc and then Enter to stop Prime95 quickly).

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reborn624, I can help you get it stable using an Offset.  An offset voltage is better because that way it's not pumping that full voltage through the CPU even when it's idling.

What core voltage are you getting while your CPU is under full load right now?  To test full load, run Prime95 for several seconds and then stop it (press Esc and then Enter to stop Prime95 quickly).

I am getting 1.34v
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reborn624, I can help you get it stable using an Offset.  An offset voltage is better because that way it's not pumping that full voltage through the CPU even when it's idling.

What core voltage are you getting while your CPU is under full load right now?  To test full load, run Prime95 for several seconds and then stop it (press Esc and then Enter to stop Prime95 quickly).

I use this settings

Advanced Turbo 30 Disabled
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CPU Ratio Per Core
Core 1 45
Core 2 45
Core 3 45
Core 4 45

Host Clock(BCLK) 100
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Intel SpeedStep Disabled
Intel TurboBoost Disabled
Internal PLL Overvoltage Enabled
Primary Plane Current Limit 300
Secondary Plane Current Limit 300
GT Overclocking Disabled

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XMP Profile 1600 9-9-9-24-cr1

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Power Saving Mode Disabled
CPU Voltage ?????
CPU Load Line Calibration Level 2
IGPU Voltage Auto
IGPU LLC Auto
DRAM Voltage 1.50
VTT Voltage Auto
PCH Voltage Auto
CPU PLL Voltage Auto
VCCSA Voltage Auto
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I am getting 1.34v

 

Ok,  Can you try an offset of +0.090V right now to see if you get 1.34V under full load?  The reason why I am recommending +0.090V is because you were using +0.050V before and it resulted in 1.30V.  Well, the difference between 1.34 and 1.30 is 0.04, and 0.04 + 0.05 is 0.09.  So, +0.090V.

 

Can you give that a shot?

 

Thank you, reborn624.  smile.gif

 

 

Edit:  Also, while you're in the UEFI BIOS, I recommend disabling CPU C3 Report and CPU C6 Report if you haven't done so already.

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Ok,  Can you try an offset of +0.090V right now to see if you get 1.34V under full load?  The reason why I am recommending +0.090V is because you were using +0.050V before and it resulted in 1.30V.  Well, the difference between 1.34 and 1.30 is 0.04, and 0.04 + 0.05 is 0.09.  So, +0.090V.

Can you give that a shot?

Thank you, reborn624.  smile.gif


Edit:  Also, while you're in the UEFI BIOS, I recommend disabling CPU C3 Report and CPU C6 Report if you haven't done so already.

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