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post #6821 of 7033
Hi,


I have some problems with the correct setting of the offset.It's really annoying me and my CPU goes crazy



BIOS Manual VCore: 1.250V
CPU-Z Core Voltage: 1.256V (sometimes 1.248-1.256)
VID @100% Load: 1.2660-1.2910V
Aiming for @4,5GHz


My BIOS settings below.


Thanks!


DifiT






post #6822 of 7033
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Originally Posted by DifiT View Post

Hi,


I have some problems with the correct setting of the offset.It's really annoying me and my CPU goes crazy



BIOS Manual VCore: 1.250V
CPU-Z Core Voltage: 1.256V (sometimes 1.248-1.256)
VID @100% Load: 1.2660-1.2910V
Aiming for @4,5GHz


My BIOS settings below.


Thanks!


DifiT







Your in manual mode

In Offset mode you should be able to run at 0.120-0.125 in Offset that is roughly 129.6 volts 0.120 offset and the 0.125 offset is 1.3volts on the money try those offsets and see what you get i am running a higher core and use these volts i am sure you could use the first offset and be done with it

I know all chips aren't the same so your might take a little more just saying
post #6823 of 7033
Just asking
Can i enable all the c states again when i got my stable offset running>?
post #6824 of 7033
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Just asking
Can i enable all the c states again when i got my stable offset running>?

I don't think you need to disable them but i wouldn't turn them all on it might effect power draw
post #6825 of 7033
you are best off to disable them when finding a stable overclock.

its up to you if you wish to save a few volts/watts while idling to enable them afterwards, i do.
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post #6826 of 7033
Thanks,

I'm using offset -0.015 and all c states enable, run prime95 for more then 14 hours
everything is running very well
post #6827 of 7033
So i'm tring to see how far i can take my 4820K.

4.5GHz is rock solid at 1.2 Vcore and LLC at high

4.8GHz at 1.3 Vcore and LLC at ultra BSOD at windows loadup

at 1.35 Vcore windows starts, but Intel Burn Test fails after 2 passes

My guess is that i need to adjust other voltages like VCCSA, VCCPL, VCCIO, but i don't know wich...
post #6828 of 7033
so i have been running my i5 3570k @ 4.5ghz with an offset of 0.095 (1.35volts when prime) for a long time.
i cant remember why i set it to this but iv been gradually turning down the offset and now im at +0.040 which give me a stable 1.280volts and flaps down every now and then to 1.272v when im prime testing.

All other setting are the same as the guide except for the setting that allows for down clock on idle.

Running on Asus sabertooth Z77 and im cooling my CPU with H100i

My goal is to get 4.8
    
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post #6829 of 7033
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so i have been running my i5 3570k @ 4.5ghz with an offset of 0.095 (1.35volts when prime) for a long time.
i cant remember why i set it to this but iv been gradually turning down the offset and now im at +0.040 which give me a stable 1.280volts and flaps down every now and then to 1.272v when im prime testing.

All other setting are the same as the guide except for the setting that allows for down clock on idle.

Running on Asus sabertooth Z77 and im cooling my CPU with H100i

My goal is to get 4.8

"An offset of 0.095 (1.35volts when prime) for a long time" which is best overall for me especially when getting out of WHEA errors. Try testing WHEA errors on your current setting and see if it's really error free. thumb.gif
post #6830 of 7033
It's been a while since i've posted here,
but my 3570k@4.5ghz has been running stable for more than 2 years now thanks to this thread!
I want to thank everyone here who helped me out especially (JustAndOldMan)
since i was totally clueless about overclocking and he litteraly helped me out with everything back then smile.gif.
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