Originally Posted by swnny
Core Temp says VID: 1.3375V
I'm not sure if this is relevant, but if I reset the bios to its default's settings and change the voltage to manual mode auto (as in the guide), the vcore is 1.356. Then if I disable turbo core, the vcore drops to 1.308.
turbo has caused me personally nothing but issue. its perma-off for me
also core temp is know to be buggy with AMD, HWinfo is more accurate.
but with that vid you are running a 8350 (you've not mentioned which by the by)
to find your stable overclock you want to turn all power savings junk off (it really doesn't cost that much ) and once your stable you can turn it on otherwise you'll get slightly funky read outs.
i think you asked about NB and cpu/nb off sets? those also have a vid. (normally between 1.1v-1.15v) these settings don't need much of a boost mine sit about 1.20-1.30 depending on the ram profile and clock.
auto is normally from what i've found too much voltage for what the chip needs.
stick with manual and don't go below your vid at stock speeds
your chip should be able to do 4.4-4.5 at under 1.4v, you've got the same vid as me. for my 4.5ghz profile i'm feeding it 1.392v maybe a notch lower.(offset of 0.055, if i were using offset)