Originally Posted by vipergtspa
Originally Posted by Swag
Ok, what's your VID?
VID 1.2760V while running prime 95 and 1.2860V when its off.
Listen the the prime95 VID.
Originally Posted by Tulion
Hey, I'm currently following this guide to the "T" - so first off thanks!
I'm currently stress testing a 48 multi - having started from 42, I've yet to touch the voltage outside of the original changes in the BIOS.
I'm currently showing Temps of 75-86-87-79
CPU-Z "Core Voltage" of 1.520
3570k, z77 Asus V-Pro, H100 Push
- Should I keep bumping up the multi until errors?
- If I manage to reach 5.0, or any decent OC really - How would I go about attempting to test with a lower voltage for 24/7 use?
Edit: 4.8G passed @ said temps / voltage - attempting 4.9?
49 multi = 82 - 89 - 87 - 78 temps "Core Voltage" of 1.52
Ok! Turn off now! First of all, when I meant to use auto, I meant 42x because it doesn't scale as much. The higher you go, the more voltage, I'd stop now and go to a safe voltage. Safe voltage for Ivy is 1.375 - 1.400 max okay? 1.52vcore for a prolonged time would cause damage to it because that is waaaaaaaaaay up there.
Originally Posted by CBZ323
Im currently at 4.6 with 1.28 and torture test such as IBT work fine. However, games and Prime 95 crash (in windows, as in an unexpected error has occurred). Is that due to the OC. It didnt happen before. My temps are in the high 60's low 70's at the most.
It is unstable, when checking stability, use prime95. Re evaluate your OC and try new voltages with prime95 as your stress-tester.
Originally Posted by midniteboss
My VID is 1.2260 and my voltage is 1.265 in the bios.
Been running Prime95 custom blend tests with 128k FFT minimum and maximum for over an hour now with a manual voltage and no errors.
Given my VID and core voltage, how would I figure out the offset voltage that I would need to you use?
3770k w/H100 in Push
Highest temperatures @4.6 after 1 hour and 20 minutes with the custom blend test with1.265v are 78 - 83 - 78 - 79
Vcore - Vvid = Voffset