Yes they are the SAME. To set the offset / dynamic vcore ensure that you have found a stable overclock. Test stability by running Prime95 on blend for 24 hours. Yes, 24 HOURS. Load line calibration should be on turbo or on extreme either or should work but you will need to find what is stable and what is not. On turbo, it droops a little and on extreme you get almost what you set. I'm talking of core voltage.
Also ensure that vcore voltage response is set to fast. You shouldn't have to touch anything else other than LLC and vcore voltage response. Once you've found your stable overclock then enable turbo and manually set each turbo clock to the desired value (e.g. 42, 43, 46, etc.) and enable C1E and EIST but leave C3/C6 disabled (Can also be enabled but you'll have to test stability with it enabled/disabled). To enable dynamic vcore you'll have to set CPU Vcore to normal by putting/typing in "nor" and then enter. This will unlock dynamic vcore. But before you set an offset you'll need to find your offset. You do that by putting a load on your CPU and find your VID. VID can be found via AIDA64 or via Realtemp. Take your fixed voltage and subtract your VID; the difference is your offset. Keep in mind, you may have to adjust your offset a little as simply subtracting the fixed and VID isn't absolute. Good luck