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Re: Ivy Bridge Overclocking Guide

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I have question about cpuz, it's reading my cpu at a constant 4.5ghz even though I have turbo on and overclocked with an offset. Now what's throwing me off is the voltage goes down, then up on load where it should be I'm guessing with a +30 offset, on load I think the voltage gets to 1.155, and goes down to .888v on cpuz. I'm stable so no issues there, I just wanna make sure my clock is going down.

When I have real temp or core temp on I can see my clock fluctuating like it's suppose to, why isn't cpuz not registering it right?

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As TD posted, change it to balanced. If you want High Performance as your power plan, then go into the advanced power options settings and change Processor Power Management > Minimum processor state Setting from 100% to 5%. See if that helps.

Ah ok that makes since, so is it actually going down since real temp is reading the clock as down clocking or what, I don't know rather to trust real temp or cpuz.

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For the first 2 mins on boot it will usually be maxed out.
Try reinstalling cpuz.
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Re: Ivy Bridge Overclocking Guide

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For the first 2 mins on boot it will usually be maxed out.
Try reinstalling cpuz.

No it's always maxed out and I already tried reinstalling

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For the first 2 mins on boot it will usually be maxed out.
Try reinstalling cpuz.

Ok turning power options to balanced did work, thank you.
Edited by sWaY20 - 3/24/13 at 1:05pm
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Offset has nothing to do with downclocking, thats the Speed Step. The whole purpose of using offset is to make your VCORE change as your Mhz change so your CPU isnt always using a high voltage needed for OC but goes down as your CPU is idling.
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Offset has nothing to do with downclocking, thats the Speed Step. The whole purpose of using offset is to make your VCORE change as your Mhz change so your CPU isnt always using a high voltage needed for OC but goes down as your CPU is idling.

I knew the basics i just wasnt sure why it was downclocking so much, but i fig it out, it was under advanced settings in power control and i just had to turn up the min a for it to be higher. I didnt look further into it, noob mistake.
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Hello,

I have tried this and no luck...

I followed all the settings in the 1st page and putting up the Vcore and already at 1.30 and still would not bood up... i dont know what else i need to change

Here is my specs

Asus P8z77-v Deluxe
Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866
I7 3770k
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Hello,

I have tried this and no luck...

I followed all the settings in the 1st page and putting up the Vcore and already at 1.30 and still would not bood up... i dont know what else i need to change

Here is my specs

Asus P8z77-v Deluxe
Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866
I7 3770k
Did you enter your own DRAM voltages and cas settings?
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Hello,

I have tried this and no luck...

I followed all the settings in the 1st page and putting up the Vcore and already at 1.30 and still would not bood up... i dont know what else i need to change

Here is my specs

Asus P8z77-v Deluxe
Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866
I7 3770k
Have you run Prime95 for at least several hours with the F5 optimized defaults in bios? I ask only to make sure your computer is stable at stock. If it is, then following the guide and copying all the settings (except for the ram timings and voltages which are specific to you) should get you there. What multiplier are you using? Could try flashing bios, then carefully copy the guide again and make sure there are no mistakes – it is very easy to miss a setting when you do this for the first time.

Welcome to OCN, by the way.
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it is very easy to miss a setting when you do this for the first time.

Welcome to OCN, by the way.

This is true, I know I was completely lost even when following every picture and double checking all my work I still missed some things.

Welcome as well xD

These guys know what they are talking about. thumb.gif
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