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Anyone know if offset voltage is actually in the works?
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power delivery is solid. 

 I have yet to get cold enough to push +1.8vcore.. but up until there from what I have tested so far is good. Marginal droop.. nothing more than ROG board.

**One thing I have for MSI = Pretty please give me adjustable Switching Phase Freq on the next board !!!  Your extreme OC/vcore users will love you mo betta !! yessir.gif

Switching Phase Freq? As in phases control?

 

 

 No not phase control... rather the clipping rate of the phases. 

 

MSI has a feature that implements a higher Switching Phase Freq, once you set the droop options in the BIOS.. but something a bit more flexible.. with at least 3x different frequency rates would be nice.. not only for Extreme users, but also for daily users that are concerned with power savings.. lowering the Phase Freq, will drop power consumption and Mosfet/power phase heat output.

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Anyone know if offset voltage is actually in the works?

I joined just to tell you this. Nope it does not work. There's no option for offset voltage which is weird. It's like old school overclocking. One steady voltage with vdroop. Speedstep still works though. I gotta get accustomed to MSI bios terminology coming from Gigabyte, it's different.
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Post some pics!
I don't know of any BCLK modification on this board, if there is one I haven't found it. You won't get more than 3-5 mhz out of it anyways. If you want OC genie off, just go in the OC section and disable it, it should be in the middle of the first page.
4200 @ 1.200v is probably fine, neither of my chips will go much lower than that although there are some stellar examples of chips going 4.5ghz at 1.1xx volts in the IB OC thread. Those are extremely rare.

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Umm.. bclk is good up to nearly +112mhz .. heres mine at +105mhz bclk



**Bclk adjustment = CPU Base Frequency.. look below

My Bad, I mean how to setting the multiplier not BCLK, I am sorry...

now I am running my CPU @4 Ghz with 0.906v (according to software voltage), yeah I know, most of people will never trust that, myself included, but other than that, is that normal?
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.906v in Windows likely is 1.01v in BIOS.. which my CPU runs at as well on this mobo wink.gif

 

**Adjust CPU Ratio = CPU multi in the above pic

 

Closest thing to 'offset' voltage is setting the increase in voltage for the turbo freq.

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I joined just to tell you this. Nope it does not work. There's no option for offset voltage which is weird. It's like old school overclocking. One steady voltage with vdroop. Speedstep still works though. I gotta get accustomed to MSI bios terminology coming from Gigabyte, it's different.

Thanks for the response. I know it isn't currently. I've seen canned responses that it is being looked into. Just wondering if anyone knew anything more substantial. I'm looking into an upgrade into z77 and ivy bridge, but still am obsessing over a mobo selection.
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 No not phase control... rather the clipping rate of the phases. 

MSI has a feature that implements a higher Switching Phase Freq, once you set the droop options in the BIOS.. but something a bit more flexible.. with at least 3x different frequency rates would be nice.. not only for Extreme users, but also for daily users that are concerned with power savings.. lowering the Phase Freq, will drop power consumption and Mosfet/power phase heat output.

Clipping rate? Sorry I am a noob......
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I find the "big bang" part of the name interesting. I dont want that to happen to my mobo...............
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I find the "big bang" part of the name interesting. I dont want that to happen to my mobo...............

it is somewhat ironic

 

all of the Big Bang series have actually been MSIs most solid boards though.

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