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3770k dynamic voltage adjustment

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I have my 3770k @ 4.6 with 1.325 Volts however even with speedstep on and the CPU running @ 1.6 ghtz when doing none strenuous tasks the voltage still remains at 1.325. Is there a way to make the voltage dynamically adjust with the processor speed ?
post #2 of 7
Use offset for overclocking?
post #3 of 7
You have to use offset voltage not manual voltage if you entered you voltage number in it will not change so just select offset and adjust vocre till you have it where you need it and than it will throttle clock and voltage
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windows 10 64bit asus vg248qe logitec K120 corsair hx850 
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post #4 of 7
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Ok thanks
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Originally Posted by oicwutudidthar View Post

Ok thanks


I use 0.065 for my offset voltage for 4.5 with my 3770k just to give you an idea.
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Do i use + or -?
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Do i use + or -?

You use whatever it takes to get the voltage where you want it. So if you need 1.20V for a stable overclock, then put in a +0.005 and see what that gets you under load. If +0.005 results in a load Vcore of 1.115 (for example) then you'd need to change the offset to +0.01 instead. Offset just adds whatever you specify to the chip VID at that freq, but since you don't know the VID (and the effects of LLC) you have to do some trial and error.

It's also recommended to run a lower setting of LLC when using offset, to help prevent idle crashes.
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