Originally Posted by Brearios
I have my offset setting to (+), but I'm not sure what the number is. If you know what a recommended setting is for my set up then I'll take a shot at it, but at 1.272vcore my system is stable. As far as my temps go I'm missing a few fans in my case because my case side panels are missing and my room is a comfortable temp.
Regarding my fans however, I did change the stock fans on the H100 to SP120 Quiet Edition Fans by Corsair and I have 1 AF120 Exhaust fan, although I am using the stock case fans as intake fans at the very front of the case to cool my SSD/HDD. I think its best for me to wait for my case side panels because I'm losing a lot of cooling capacity due to the amount open space. When they arrive and I set up my two additional fans I'm certain these temps will drop.
You maybe loosing about 1 degree in temperature difference without the side panel.
Make sure you take a look at this post, scroll down to where it says settings and use the same exact settings that dude tells you to.
Only thing you need to do is set the multiplier to what you prefer and also set your voltage to a manual voltage that you know is stable.
Download CoreTemp, and run prime (while using the manual voltage) for about an hour to make sure its stable.
After about an hour write down your VID that CoreTemp is showing.
Then take your Manual Voltage and subtract it by the VID in CoreTemp. Lets say your Manual Voltage is 1.270 and your VID is 1.2260. You then subtract 1.270 by 1.2260 which will equal to 0.044. You then round that so your offset that you will use in your bios will be +0.045.
After you change your offset voltage, go back into windows and run prime. If its stable for more then 8 hours it should be fine.
Hope this helps, update me on how everything goes