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Originally Posted by NBAasDOGG View Post

Hey guys. I'm trying to find out what CPU VID mean.
What is VID actually? Does it have anything to do with overclocking? Higer = better or bad?

Someone have any information about this, Thanks thumb.gif

Stock voltage for the CPU if BIOS is left on Auto
post #16132 of 67345
Thanks so far. Does CPU VDDA also help any overclocking? I was also thinking what happens if i use offset voltage in stead of normaly. Is there any difference between offset voltage increment and manual voltage increment?
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Thanks so far. Does CPU VDDA also help any overclocking? I was also thinking what happens if i use offset voltage in stead of normaly. Is there any difference between offset voltage increment and manual voltage increment?

offset is your volts at stock and the - & + values are used to get to the required voltage.

for instance your stock voltage is 1.32 and say u wanted to get to 1.42 you would use + 0.1 etc etc

Edit:

CPU VDDA on gigabyte boards it can help reduce overall vcore ive seen mentioned in here hundreds of pages back tongue.gif

Ive used it on my sabertooth and no viable gain if any at all. on my old asus board higher cpu vdda didnt help

if it works on offset im not sure never used offset


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Edited by gertruude - 6/8/13 at 1:15pm
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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

offset is your volts at stock and the - & + values are used to get to the required voltage.

for instance your stock voltage is 1.32 and say u wanted to get to 1.42 you would use + 0.1 etc etc

Edit:

CPU VDDA on gigabyte boards it can help reduce overall vcore ive seen mentioned in here hundreds of pages back tongue.gif

Ive used it on my sabertooth and no viable gain if any at all. on my old asus board higher cpu vdda didnt help

if it works on offset im not sure never used offset


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Thanks m8, really thanks smile.gif
post #16135 of 67345
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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

offset is your volts at stock and the - & + values are used to get to the required voltage.

for instance your stock voltage is 1.32 and say u wanted to get to 1.42 you would use + 0.1 etc etc

Edit:

CPU VDDA on gigabyte boards it can help reduce overall vcore ive seen mentioned in here hundreds of pages back tongue.gif

Ive used it on my sabertooth and no viable gain if any at all. on my old asus board higher cpu vdda didnt help

if it works on offset im not sure never used offset


smile.gif

BTW, you are also and Sabertooth user, right?

Can you tell me what 'CPU power Thermal Control' and 'VRM Fixed Frequency Mode' does. I have these options in my DIGI+ power controle, but i have no clue what these feutures are? Does it help anything for overclocking?
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Originally Posted by NBAasDOGG View Post

BTW, you are also and Sabertooth user, right?

Can you tell me what 'CPU power Thermal Control' and 'VRM Fixed Frequency Mode' does. I have these options in my DIGI+ power controle, but i have no clue what these feutures are? Does it help anything for overclocking?

Lol you type like hurricane.
 
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BTW, you are also and Sabertooth user, right?

Can you tell me what 'CPU power Thermal Control' and 'VRM Fixed Frequency Mode' does. I have these options in my DIGI+ power controle, but i have no clue what these feutures are? Does it help anything for overclocking?

thermal control is i think, like a temp setting at point it would throttle?....this is what ithink anyhow but i can be wrong thumb.gif higher value for better cooling

vrm ffm http://www.overclock.net/t/1332604/vrm-fixed-frequency easier than me typing tongue.gif
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Maybe this will help explain some of the "not so common voltages" etc found on Asus mobo's (for those who haven't seen it)
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?2585-ASUS-Crosshair-V-Formula-BIOS-Guide-Overclocking&country=&status=
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I was wondering if I can get some help overclocking my FX-8320. I am running a Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3 Motherboard. 500W Corsair PSU. Corsair H60 Liquid Cooler. 2x120mm case fan. 1x80mm case fan.

I am looking to get to 4.5-5.0

Here are my settings in my BIOS

CPU Clock- x17.5 @3500Mhz
CPU NB Freq.- x11 @2200
CPB Disabled
CPU Freq.- 200
PCIe Clock- 100
HT Link Freq- x12 @2400
CPU PLL Volt- 2.535
DRAM Volt- 1.510
DDR VTT Volt -.750
NB Volt- 1.105
HT Link Volt- 1.210
NB/PCIe/PPL- 1.810
CPU NB VID- Normal
CPU Volt- Normal
Normal CPU VCORE- 1.400

Any help will be greatly appreciated. If you need any further information please feel free to inbox me
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Originally Posted by NBAasDOGG

BTW, you are also and Sabertooth user, right?

Can you tell me what 'CPU power Thermal Control' and 'VRM Fixed Frequency Mode' does. I have these options in my DIGI+ power controle, but i have no clue what these feutures are? Does it help anything for overclocking

hi NBA,
A lot of what you are coming accross are VRM features exclusive to the Digital Power of the ASUS MB's. They control the ability to store energy and extending the OC'ing frequency range(capacitence) and the precise tuning of the power delivery by way of controlling or effecting the switching frequencies of the VRM for the CPU/CPU/NB/ and the DRAM. The Thermal control you asked about is about thermal OC'ing tolerance, the higher the number (130-150) the wider the range or more latitude for higher or more extreme OC's.
I am on my way to reviewing the whole ASUS AMD 990FX MB lineup. The sabertooth is next but I have recently reviewed the CVF-Z, and the ASUS A85X. Both using the Digi+power VRM so maybe the BIOS section will help and giving you a starting point for using these settings.
hope it helps smile.gif

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/asus_f2a85v/

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/asus_crosshair_formula_v_review/
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