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post #41 of 96
I have a different motherboard an asrock extreme 6 I use level 2 llc. Every chip is different if you bsod try upping the vcore a few increments until stable. Rinse and repeat until it is 100percent stable just keep an eye on those temps to make sure they don't go too high. I'm on custom water so my temps don't go very high have seen some people using very high voltages it just comes down too luck of the chip lottery.
post #42 of 96
My i7 3770k 4.6 use 1.100v (fixed voltage) with PLL 1.500v. Try it.thumb.gif
post #43 of 96
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What do u mean by fixed voltage ? And do u mean CPU Pll voltage by Pll?
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I think it would be beneficial for you to read a guide on overclocking rather than just asking question after question. It's probably not the best way to take in all the information and apply it.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

Above is a guide for overclocking on the Asus boards but many of the rules still apply should you be doing it on another board.

Also, please remember to edit your posts rather than back to back posting. Makes the thread look rather messy and difficult to browse. Add your rig to your signature too. This can be done from your profile page.
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Think he means that fixed voltage will stay at 1.1 volts at idle and load. But I haven't ever seen a chip run more than 4.3 on 1.1 volts you'd probably be lucky to even get windiws to boot with 1.1 volts let alone get to stress test or do anything with your computer. It will just bsod almost straight away.julias would love to see a screen shot on 100 percent load while priming with that voltage as I thought its impossible. If someone is bsod on 1.275 volts using offset voltage how on earth is using fixed voltage 1.1 volts going to be possible. Stop trolling
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Originally Posted by Crooksy View Post

I think it would be beneficial for you to read a guide on overclocking rather than just asking question after question. It's probably not the best way to take in all the information and apply it.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

Above is a guide for overclocking on the Asus boards but many of the rules still apply should you be doing it on another board.

Also, please remember to edit your posts rather than back to back posting. Makes the thread look rather messy and difficult to browse. Add your rig to your signature too. This can be done from your profile page.

Very good advice best yet :-)
post #47 of 96
I'm also wondering about how to setup offset voltage. Hypothetical situation: So let's say that the CPU has a VID of 1.3 v at X GHz, but after a stable 24 hour test of prime95, I know that it can be run at 1.12 v using manual voltage. Would the correct way to use offset voltage be by setting a negative offset of .18 v and then testing the stability?
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Think he means that fixed voltage will stay at 1.1 volts at idle and load. But I haven't ever seen a chip run more than 4.3 on 1.1 volts you'd probably be lucky to even get windiws to boot with 1.1 volts let alone get to stress test or do anything with your computer. It will just bsod almost straight away.julias would love to see a screen shot on 100 percent load while priming with that voltage as I thought its impossible. If someone is bsod on 1.275 volts using offset voltage how on earth is using fixed voltage 1.1 volts going to be possible. Stop trolling


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I'm also wondering about how to setup offset voltage. Hypothetical situation: So let's say that the CPU has a VID of 1.3 v at X GHz, but after a stable 24 hour test of prime95, I know that it can be run at 1.12 v using manual voltage. Would the correct way to use offset voltage be by setting a negative offset of .18 v and then testing the stability?

Taken from the Asus guide. I really recommend a read, it will answer a lot of your questions.

For offset - it is very simple:

First of all, you should know your MANUAL vcore:
In my case it was 1.265 for 4.5ghz.

Then you take your VID - now the VID can be found, via Core temp - a program used for monitoring temps.
You'll see VID there.

Now your VID, like your voltage fluctuates with load.
So what you want to do is hit up Prime 95, and put it under the same load that you used for stability on your manual settings.

Leave P95 running for around 5-10mins.
Then look at your VID - your VID WILL fluctuate, even on load, but take both notes down for the amount it is at.

In my case it was fluctuating between: 1.2209 & 1.2260
As 1.2209 was more frequent I took that figure.

The simple maths:
(MANUAL vcore) MINUS (VID on 100% load) = offset value

SO for me it was: 1.265-1.2209 = 0.0441
Rounded, that's 0.045 - and that was my offset.

Your offset CAN BE negative OR POSITIVE.

If you VID is larger than your vcore, thne you'll have a NEGATIVE offset: ie (-0.045)

Hope that helps!
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I even can't make temps stable at 1.35v 4.6
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