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Yeah, my asrock won't make post at 2133 10-10-10-28 at 1.5v or higher. Seems like I'm running into issues with the memory if i push it past 2000 10-10-10-28 1.45v I purchased 4 individual sticks.

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Originally Posted by jamonymo View Post

can some one help me i was wondering why some peoples i7-3770k auto overclock settings lets say 4.5 there volts are around mine at stock ,
even when i ofset -60mvl its still not lower anouth on my board

my stock volts under load with -60mlv is 1.216 this seems to high also unless i use fixed voltage i cant change it t unless i use ofset mode even further , but anythink lower than -60mlv in ofset changes the voltage colour changes to red in the bios to make out its dangerous, is this even dangerous i dont think it realy is as its lowering the vcore but i needed some expert advice

my motherboard asus P8Z77-V seems to set a higher stock voltage than other boards will a bios update maby fix this or am i wrong


does any one understand my ramble please help

also even no i use the bios to change voltage asus turbo evo vcore slider sais 1.15 and the senser reads 1.214


Okay I'll take a swing at this one for ya.

First off don't use offset as it makes it hard to find your needed voltage or (vcore) for the certain Overclock you are trying to use or trying to get. Now I bet what your CPU-z is showing is indeed the offset of the voltage of .06 vcore but you need to get rid of offset in the bios and use manual voltage. this will allow you to set the vcore or voltage to what you type in or move the slider to as well.

Okay lets say you are at 4.5 Ghz here. take in that your CPU-Z program shows 1.208 vcore and you have an offset of -.06 vcore. this means that your i7 will use less volts when it's not needed. but when it's needed it uses 1.208 vcore. when you set your motherboards bios voltage settings to manual you can set the voltage to 1.15 vcore (for example) and then be able to only have that voltage go to the CPU at that time. IF YOU ARE USING AUTO FOR OVERCLOCKING THAT IS NOT CORRECT.

Sorry not yelling at you just making a point is all. you never overclock a CPU using auto voltage. the chip will pull far to many volts for it.

So what I want you to do is go to Bios and change your settings int he CPU page from auto or offset voltage to manual voltage and then mess with the voltage slider in windows and see what CPU-Z shows you then. It should show in CPU-Z the same thing you have on your slider in AI Suite II.

Another thing. if you can make sure your LLC or (Load Line Calibration) is set for 100% not 120%. this regulates the amount of "extra" voltage you want the CPU to use. setting this to 100% might also solve this issue.

Let me know. biggrin.gif

and don't put the voltage over 1.5 vcore. thumb.gif
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Chip is in, IHS is in, heatsink going in..and then finally, testing.


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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Chipping chips in 2013...
tongue.gif

Anyway, I hope the processor is okay. We can't have another funeral! tongue.gif

Chip chippity chip chipitty chip chip chiraaaa!
Quote:
Originally Posted by megawatz View Post

Chip is in, IHS is in, heatsink going in..and then finally, testing.
Everyone say a prayer.

May the force be with you.
Hopefully not too much force tongue.gif
post #8725 of 33675
Is it alive and breathing???? The suspense is killing me!!! Lol
post #8726 of 33675
Guys....

It's not doing so well....






















































It's doing AWESOME! It boots, recognized in BIOS, Windows boots up fine, running 1.31v at 4.5Ghz. Now, for the stress tests!
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Originally Posted by megawatz View Post

Guys....

It's not doing so well....






















































It's doing AWESOME! It boots, recognized in BIOS, Windows boots up fine, running 1.31v at 4.5Ghz. Now, for the stress tests!

I was waiting for a picture to load as my net has been acting like it's capped over the past few days tongue.gif

Awesome! Screen shots of the temps, oh and what paste did you end up using on the DIE + IHS?

Also another question.. Say I want to replace my heatsync or change motherboard, and the IHS comes off. Seeing as I've used liquid pro would I be better off just sitting the IHS back on or would I have to clean it down and re-apply?
 
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Okay I'll take a swing at this one for ya.

First off don't use offset as it makes it hard to find your needed voltage or (vcore) for the certain Overclock you are trying to use or trying to get. Now I bet what your CPU-z is showing is indeed the offset of the voltage of .06 vcore but you need to get rid of offset in the bios and use manual voltage. this will allow you to set the vcore or voltage to what you type in or move the slider to as well.

Okay lets say you are at 4.5 Ghz here. take in that your CPU-Z program shows 1.208 vcore and you have an offset of -.06 vcore. this means that your i7 will use less volts when it's not needed. but when it's needed it uses 1.208 vcore. when you set your motherboards bios voltage settings to manual you can set the voltage to 1.15 vcore (for example) and then be able to only have that voltage go to the CPU at that time. IF YOU ARE USING AUTO FOR OVERCLOCKING THAT IS NOT CORRECT.

Sorry not yelling at you just making a point is all. you never overclock a CPU using auto voltage. the chip will pull far to many volts for it.

So what I want you to do is go to Bios and change your settings int he CPU page from auto or offset voltage to manual voltage and then mess with the voltage slider in windows and see what CPU-Z shows you then. It should show in CPU-Z the same thing you have on your slider in AI Suite II.

Another thing. if you can make sure your LLC or (Load Line Calibration) is set for 100% not 120%. this regulates the amount of "extra" voltage you want the CPU to use. setting this to 100% might also solve this issue.

Let me know. biggrin.gif

and don't put the voltage over 1.5 vcore. thumb.gif

my old 1366 i7 050 did not have ofset so it confused me, yes u are right they always set auto volts way to high as my old cpu was set a hole 1.0mv to high, i will get back to u on changing my settings thanks
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I was waiting for a picture to load as my net has been acting like it's capped over the past few days tongue.gif

Awesome! Screen shots of the temps, oh and what paste did you end up using on the DIE + IHS?

Also another question.. Say I want to replace my heatsync or change motherboard, and the IHS comes off. Seeing as I've used liquid pro would I be better off just sitting the IHS back on or would I have to clean it down and re-apply?

I used AS5 on both. I'll get to CLP later on in life.

heatsink** (sorry, a bit of a grammar nazi)

and resetting it would be your best option. You can try and sit it back on, but I would reapply just in case.
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Originally Posted by megawatz View Post

I used AS5 on both. I'll get to CLP later on in life.

heatsink** (sorry, a bit of a grammar nazi)

and resetting it would be your best option. You can try and sit it back on, but I would reapply just in case.

I've seen it spelt both ways.. It's just in my typing vocabulary to type it like that. In my mind it's a "Heatsink" but i just commonly type it as "Heatsync" because I've seen it written/typed like that a lot.
I guess when the time comes I'll try making it so the IHS doesn't get taken off, I reckon it will though. My best bet is to try and re-seat it without applying though because that is the easy way out and it saves paste. tongue.gif

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