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I tested it.. It's not more stabile on higher overclocks (for my board).. I guess they just fixed the usual glitches...

And btw.. I've done all of my testing and I now want to settle for 4.5 Offset voltage, so can someone tell me what to change to get that offset mode??

My stabile 4.5 settings:




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Anyone had an ASUS before the mpower and notice any higher overclocks on a 3570k?
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Thanks!thumb.gif

I keep my CPU at 4.4 GHz, so oveclock does not come first, I am interested in more stability and the ability to save profiles!

I'll test it till the end week! smile.gif

What bios version are you on? I have stable OC of 4.5GHZ 3570k under the ver.17.4, having 1.16Vcore during full loaded with 75% Vdroop. It's a good board, overall, thou without offset mode.
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I tested it.. It's not more stabile on higher overclocks (for my board).. I guess they just fixed the usual glitches...

And btw.. I've done all of my testing and I now want to settle for 4.5 Offset voltage, so can someone tell me what to change to get that offset mode??

My stabile 4.5 settings:





MSI boards don't have offset mode.
Do you mean to downvolt during CPU idle?
Enable C1E Support, set the Adjust CPU Ratio to auto, enable the EIST & Enhanced Turbo, go to CPU Features, set each core ratio limit to 45. With these settings, your cpu will downclock and downvolt during idle mode.
Edited by alextheguy - 2/26/13 at 5:38am
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What bios version are you on? I have stable OC of 4.5GHZ 3570k under the ver.17.4, having 1.16Vcore during full loaded with 75% Vdroop. It's a good board, overall, thou without offset mode.

I`m on bois 17.5 and the cpu I5 2500k is at 4.4GHz with 1.272v prefect stable, Vdroop is on auto and good temps, about 52 degrees after 15min in Prime 95:)
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I`m on bois 17.5 and the cpu I5 2500k is at 4.4GHz with 1.272v prefect stable, Vdroop is on auto and good temps, about 52 degrees after 15min in Prime 95:)

U can push it further since u are using a watercooler, isn't it? I'm using the Hyper 212 Evo, I guess I couldn't push it too far. Btw, I plan to try to push it to 4.6 and 4.7GHZ which will be my maximum trials for this cheap cpu cooler.
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For now I leave at 4.4Ghz, I find it pointless to rise it higher, in the future, I will raise up to 4.8GHz
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MSI boards don't have offset mode.
Do you mean to downvolt during CPU idle?
Enable C1E Support, set the Adjust CPU Ratio to auto, enable the EIST & Enhanced Turbo, go to CPU Features, set each core ratio limit to 45. With these settings, your cpu will downclock and downvolt during idle mode.

Yes I meant that... And what about volts?? I know there is some Vdroop offset control thing I have to do, but don't know what exactly...
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Vdroop offset is kinda like negative voltage offset value.

So basically 100% is whatever the auto setting sets the voltage at for certain frequency (for example, 1.26V for 4.5Ghz). By lowering the percentage, you can lower the max voltage, but only if your CPU can actually remain stable at the lower voltage.

This setting is useful if auto voltage is set to more than your CPU requires to be stable at whatever frequency you want.
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post #2180 of 3634
So, just to be clear.. I found that my cpu needs 1.36v in BIOS (1.328-1.352v in CPU-Z) to maintain stabile 4.5GHz OC... And I should lower the Vdroop offset until I get that CPU-Z value (or a little bit above) ??
And ofc, use that settings that alextheguy gave me..
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