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Thanks! So to be clear your manual stable voltage was 1.296 V for a core speed of 4505.4 MHz? In order to match your manual stable voltage of 1.296 using OFFSET, you had to adjust your OFFSET from 0.025 to 0.015? I'm assuming also that the screenshots of your CPUZ are taken while the system is under load?
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I don't understand the offsetting. If it's stable with a manual voltage why offset?
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Originally Posted by Curleyyy View Post

I don't understand the offsetting. If it's stable with a manual voltage why offset?
to lower the voltage when idle wink.gif

the VID is the "programmed" voltage that is needed for a given clock speed. as the clock speed lowers so would the necessary voltage. when using manual then the voltage stays the same regardless of clock speed.
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post #6754 of 7033
No it is taken on idle. On load is 1.288V according to cpuz. But it is ok, because on manual stable is 1.288V for 4.5 ghz. More on less litlle voltage is not important for me. For anything else you are right. On manual voltage is like in picture
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Edited by Mord - 10/10/14 at 9:56am
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Hi guys, I've recently found out and experienced better stability on my OC settings. I just wanted to share my experiences on my OC 4.5Ghz on 3570K @ 1.288V - 1.296V max stable both manual and offset voltage and my goal was under 1.3V only and it was successful! thumb.gif

But surprisingly not so so stable in DOTA2 (sometime crashing and returning to desktop) and checked WHEA errors in windows and found out some instability issues while gaming even though I'm super stable in other games and Prime. mad.gif

So in order to get fully stable in my DOTA2 and WHEA i need to increase the voltage one step a time while gaming until I've reached 1.336V to be fully stable and out of errors and it's already over my target. redface.gif

The end result was lowering down my OC to 4.4Ghz to meet my target of under 1.3V and there is no significant performance difference between 4.4Ghz and 4.5Ghz other than increased my temps and keeping my room warm. lol biggrin.gif

My final OC settings is 4.4Ghz @1.280V High-Offset and been stable and happy since. thumbsupsmiley.png

Hope this helps others and check their WHEA errors in event viewer from time to time to find out. Peace!
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For 4.6 Ghz I need 1.336V
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post #6757 of 7033
is this normal? I read in other forums that 10 degrees difference btwn cores is still acceptable.

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yeah, its normal
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Very new at over clocking used this guide in the past for a Sandy Bridge at 4.5 GHz. Pardon me this is a Newbie Question. Was wondering if this guide could be used on a LGA 2011 Asus Rampage 4 Black Edition. Ivy Bridge E. with a I7 4930K? The system is a month old at this point and ran Prime 95 for 24 hours on default settings rock solid.

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Larry
post #6760 of 7033
what is the difference btwn manual v core and the voltage displayed in prime95 that you used to determine llc? How do you determine what ghz is safe to overclock ur processor to?
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