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OFFSET VOLTAGE -- P95 Worker fail -- Increase Vcore? No other solutions?

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From default BIOS settings, I changed the multi to 45, LLC to Ultra High(75%) and the Manual voltage to 1.370v.
I ran IBT 10 cycles and it passed. CPUZ vcore is 1.360, sometimes 1.352 rarely 1.368. VID from realtemp is 1.4011.
So VID is larger than my cpu vcore, so its a negative offset , VID - vcore = 0.0411 rounded to 0.040 and its a - offset.
So same LLC and multi but I changed into Offset - 0.040, now the cpu-z vcore idle is 0.936v but ramps up to 1.320v during light load @4.5GHz based on what Im seeing in cpuz. If I use IBT again if that 1.320 voltage doesn't go up to 1.360, BSOD 0x101 will show up right???

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The VID can also change based on the load. So you need to test it under full load to see if the Vcore is correct (since that's the VID you used). You can check the voltage quickly then stop P95 before it crashes, if you want, but even if it crashes it is no big deal.
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after 39mins of prim custom blend, a worker failed. its getting nearer!
When a worker fails, the only solution is to increase vcore?
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Normally, yes.
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