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I wish I could win the chip lottery, ah! I'm going to have to delid I just know I am going to.

Also Prime95 is stable but when I went through the test results I had that Fatal Error in the log .5 rounded expected .4 or whatever. I'm doing memtest now and upped the vcore a notch. I tried to look into it but people really didn't give a solid answer, just ram or bad core. :/
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I wish I could win the chip lottery, ah! I'm going to have to delid I just know I am going to.

Also Prime95 is stable but when I went through the test results I had that Fatal Error in the log .5 rounded expected .4 or whatever. I'm doing memtest now and upped the vcore a notch. I tried to look into it but people really didn't give a solid answer, just ram or bad core. :/
If you can afford a new chip if you mess up the delid, and your chip is temp bound not voltage bound then I recommend it. I used the razor on both mine, I don’t know if anyone has failed with the vise method yet or if that produces any longer term negative effects.

I always have my Windows Task Manager up on the Performance tab when I stress test. If one of the workers in Prime95 fails you will see the CPU usage drop from 100%. I find it is easier and quicker to look at that then look at the Prime95 windows to see if all the workers are still running.
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If you can afford a new chip if you mess up the delid, and your chip is temp bound not voltage bound then I recommend it. I used the razor on both mine, I don’t know if anyone has failed with the vise method yet or if that produces any longer term negative effects.

I always have my Windows Task Manager up on the Performance tab when I stress test. If one of the workers in Prime95 fails you will see the CPU usage drop from 100%. I find it is easier and quicker to look at that then look at the Prime95 windows to see if all the workers are still running.
Well I took your advice and had WTM up and the 4th core just dropped.
Seen this, ah!

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Hold on, you should be going from -.075 to -.080, not all the way up to +.080. With a negative offset I only see white colors which means it is fine, then if I do really negative it goes red because the vcore will be too low.

You should not be seeing the positive offset colors which I think are white-yellow-purple-red. Those are just Asus warning levels, if you know what you are doing you can ignore the colors, but only if you know for sure what number you should be using.

Going to -.075 to -.080 should still be white colored.

Yes, I am still in the negative. I just didn't include the - in my message. It is going from -0.075 to -0.085 and it goes from yellow to purple colour text. however if I am decreasing the voltage by increasing the negative offset, then the overall vcore is going down, so why would I need to be warned by making the text purple? as I said, is it possibly just a bug?
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Is my bios glitched again or something? It's not down clocking now, stuck a 4.5ghz. Maybe because of my offset?
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Check your speed step settings in the BIOS and windows energy management if its set to high performance it prevents your CPU from downclocking.
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Yes, I am still in the negative. I just didn't include the - in my message. It is going from -0.075 to -0.085 and it goes from yellow to purple colour text. however if I am decreasing the voltage by increasing the negative offset, then the overall vcore is going down, so why would I need to be warned by making the text purple? as I said, is it possibly just a bug?
I can only tell you what mine does, I don’t see yellow and purple with a negative offset, only when it is positive and making it higher. You can try to reflash bios and see if it changes. If that does not change it, and you get the vCore in CPU-Z that you are expecting I wouldn’t worry about the colors. My offset is red which is the highest level of warning, but my delidded chip can handle it, so I don’t worry about the color because I know it is the right number for me.
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Is my bios glitched again or something? It's not down clocking now, stuck a 4.5ghz. Maybe because of my offset?
Offset only affects vCore at idle, it does not affect the multiplier, that is controlled by speedstep. Make sure your EIST and C1E are enabled. If things seem strange I would reflash bios and see if that works. I have seen the bios bug change my settings on that page, and reflashing fixed it for me.
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Is my bios glitched again or something? It's not down clocking now, stuck a 4.5ghz. Maybe because of my offset?

My CPUz never shows the correct frequency at idle. Look at the idle vcore. It will show the right vcore but the frequency set in bios. I assume that is because of the C states. But, if CPUz says you are at 4.5 and your Vcore goes to .960 or something, you know you are not running 4.5 at that Vcore. I just don't worry about it. Your CPU temps will tell you as well.
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For all you guys running offset voltages (whether it be -/+), does your load voltage differ slightly between when you are playing a game and when you are running a stress application like Prime?
For example 1.2v while running Prime and 1.22v while gaming.
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My CPUz never shows the correct frequency at idle. Look at the idle vcore. It will show the right vcore but the frequency set in bios. I assume that is because of the C states. But, if CPUz says you are at 4.5 and your Vcore goes to .960 or something, you know you are not running 4.5 at that Vcore. I just don't worry about it. Your CPU temps will tell you as well.
You are right, this is the first time this has happened to me, very odd because CPUz and CoreTemp both say 4.5ghz but my temps are the same as idle temps and the vcore is 1.008. Very stange, this just happened today.
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I can only tell you what mine does, I don’t see yellow and purple with a negative offset, only when it is positive and making it higher. You can try to reflash bios and see if it changes. If that does not change it, and you get the vCore in CPU-Z that you are expecting I wouldn’t worry about the colors. My offset is red which is the highest level of warning, but my delidded chip can handle it, so I don’t worry about the color because I know it is the right number for me.
Offset only affects vCore at idle, it does not affect the multiplier, that is controlled by speedstep. Make sure your EIST and C1E are enabled. If things seem strange I would reflash bios and see if that works. I have seen the bios bug change my settings on that page, and reflashing fixed it for me.

Both Enabled, re-flashed bios, like statement above, it's at 1.008vcore so it's some glitch.
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