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guys, when the motherboard is in offset mode with a defined multiplier (let's say 47) and you want to apply another multiplier, you need to go back to manual Vcore, find the right one, recalculate the offset etc ... or can you just up the multiplier and the offset calculates automatically ?

...just came from ROG Asus after looking up some info and while I was looking for something else ran across their 'OC' guide for IVY 4.7 (and of course other speeds). Honestly, I have read more 'guides' on Asus IVY setup than I can list on a variety of sites and even in 3 different languages...but ultimately, I find ROG Asus information the best, not least as it has been vetted by Asus staff...so if you run an Asus board, you might want to consult here on offset, vCore etc http://rog.asus.com/i/overclocking/

...also keep in mind that setup info has to change as you near 5 GHz and beyond, and/or run really fast RAM. Many guides, including some at OCN, are more or less 'ok' for speeds up to 4.8 or so, but just plain 'inaccurate' when it gets to i.e. phases for CPU and DRAM above those speeds.
Whatever you work with, happy hunting for the extra GHz/giggles smile.gifsonic.gif
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That's meant for extreme overclocking...regular 24/7 air/water overclocking is easier and better using bios and regular tools, but sometimes you need to change settings on the fly for validations and whatnot and when cooling with dry ice or ln2 timing is very important (you don't want your precious coolant to boil on you before you finish the job)

...I think that's not too far from the truth...I have two OC keys for two boards, and it can be a lot of fun, but it's not really meant for 'regular overclocking' (...besides, it took me some time to locate an old PS2 keyboard you need for those in addition to USB keyboards).

...with modern boards that have DIGITAL controls of board parameters, BIOS and Win OC'ing (ie via TurboV in AISuite) is not as different as it once was 'back in the day'...in fact BIOS itself is software (Basic Input Output System)...further, the often-discussed Asus 'Bios bug' is simply proof that BIOS and OS based programs are far more integrated now via digital controls...Ultimately, I still use Bios for 'final oc'ing' after I used Win based TurboV to 'find my range', so to speak.

...in the end, why not try the OC key 'for fun', otherwise you'll always be thinking about it when you see the OC Key laying there smile.gif
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Sounds to me like you are calling Swag’s guide inaccurate. I will let him respond if he so wishes.
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Hmmm.. There is a difference of 8°C between the hottest and coldest cores of my 3570K, should I reapply the TIM? In order of hottest to coldest they go 3,2,4,1.
     
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Hmmm.. There is a difference of 8°C between the hottest and coldest cores of my 3570K, should I reapply the TIM? In order of hottest to coldest they go 3,2,4,1.

Completely normal bud. Mines about 8-10 between hottest and coldest
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Hmmm.. There is a difference of 8°C between the hottest and coldest cores of my 3570K, should I reapply the TIM? In order of hottest to coldest they go 3,2,4,1.
Middle ones are usually the hottest and I think most people have at least a 4 or 5c difference between hottest and coldest. Your 8c is not unusual, if it were over 10c then reapplying TIM, reseating the IHS, and trying for an optimal cooler mount would usually help. You can try those things, but you might only go from 8c to 5 or 6c.
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Completely normal bud. Mines about 8-10 between hottest and coldest

...same here, 8 C...I think It may also depend if your have iGPU on or off - certainly makes a difference in idle watt consumption and temps
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IGPU, now that's something I've never checked before. I'm going to assume it's enabled by default, so I'll have to disable that thumb.gif
     
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IGPU, now that's something I've never checked before. I'm going to assume it's enabled by default, so I'll have to disable that thumb.gif

...as long as you have a discreet video-card or two...VirtuMVP for example etc needs iGPU, but doesn't work / work right with SLI or more more GPUs
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Since I have a MVG is it worth it to go MVF? or should I go for Asrock OC formula? only about 20 bucks apart. Looking to get a little higher OC hopefully.
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