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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

To setup Offset voltage, am I correct in doing the following?
  • Find fixed vcore needed for "x" oc - ie 1.3V for 4500mhz oc
  • Get VID at fixed 1.3V under full load,4500mhz
  • Subtract vid with fixed 1.3V to get the offset value

If you need 1.25v for stable and your VID shows as 1.3v the calculation would be: 1.25 - 1.3 = -0.050 offset
post #6492 of 7032
hmm, maybe I wasn't clear. What I'm wondering is, with my fixed voltage set to 1.3V, I run prime95 and it loads my cores to 4500mhz. From there, I would get my VID reading and use that to determine my offset. Correct?
post #6493 of 7032
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

hmm, maybe I wasn't clear. What I'm wondering is, with my fixed voltage set to 1.3V, I run prime95 and it loads my cores to 4500mhz. From there, I would get my VID reading and use that to determine my offset. Correct?
Yeah you read your vcore and VID while running prime95, then use that in your calculation. vcore - VID = offset
Edited by Propanelgen - 3/18/14 at 2:54pm
post #6494 of 7032
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

hmm, maybe I wasn't clear. What I'm wondering is, with my fixed voltage set to 1.3V, I run prime95 and it loads my cores to 4500mhz. From there, I would get my VID reading and use that to determine my offset. Correct?

My sig and/or the OP should show it and explain it well enough.
What Propanelgen said is bang on anyway
post #6495 of 7032
thank you gentlemen smile.gif
post #6496 of 7032
What happen if your realtemp is showing VID and your cpuz is showing lower voltage than i setted in bios? Do i use the vcore i set minus vid shown from realtemp?
post #6497 of 7032
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Originally Posted by Lionheart1980 View Post

What happen if your realtemp is showing VID and your cpuz is showing lower voltage than i setted in bios? Do i use the vcore i set minus vid shown from realtemp?

 

cpuz is showing lower voltage than what you set in bios due to vdroop, it is normal.

 

if you are talking about your offset calculation then you do:

 

voltage number you set in bios minus load vid you see in your real temp

 

example, you set 1.310 in your bios, and you see a load vid of 1.250 in real temp, so 1.310 - 1.250 = .06 offset (positive)

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@Propanelgen I bet you'd shave off 10-20c more if you used Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra. Imo delidding isn't even worthwhile without getting liquid metal, yeah 10c is nice, but I busted open my CPU to get the 25-30c not just 10c.
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Hey peeps, i have been hoggin 4.6ghz with 1.35vcore LLC ultra for a while with nice temps 65-70max on my h100 cooler + sp120s. Just for fun i have decided to try aim for 4.7ghz i am currently hitting just over 1.41~ vcore and max temps i hit is 73c prime is stable for 1hour + which i am happy just the only thing that crashes is bf4 25mins+ which has led me to notch up the vcore to 1.42v with 1.6pll + extreme LLC. I feel that i am gonna hit stable but would like to know if it is safe 24/7 > vcore @ 1.4 - 1.45?


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post #6500 of 7032
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Originally Posted by Letmefly View Post

Hey peeps, i have been hoggin 4.6ghz with 1.35vcore LLC ultra for a while with nice temps 65-70max on my h100 cooler + sp120s. Just for fun i have decided to try aim for 4.7ghz i am currently hitting just over 1.41~ vcore and max temps i hit is 73c prime is stable for 1hour + which i am happy just the only thing that crashes is bf4 25mins+ which has led me to notch up the vcore to 1.42v with 1.6pll + extreme LLC. I feel that i am gonna hit stable but would like to know if it is safe 24/7 > vcore @ 1.4 - 1.45?


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it is indeed.
1.45v is my personal safe limit for 24/7 usage.

Chip can supposedly go to 1.55v, but I wouldn't use that for 24/7 usage
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