cant seem to use adaptive voltage mode on override mode
MSI Z87 Thread - Xpower & Mpower Max BIOS screens and info - Page 43
Adaptive and Override are opposites... choose one or the other.
For power savings at a low OC.. adaptive will be best
For a med-high OC.. override will be best
Use Override and +offset... this will have similar effects and can keep a lower vcore at idle, when combined with your CPU multi settings / per core. Make sure you have your C-states enabled and your multi and vcore should drop on idle. Vcore should boost with your specified offset once the multi kicks up past stock.
Motherboard: MSI MPOWER SP
GPU: GIGABYTE GeForce GTX770OC-2GD
Memory: Corsair Dominator 16gb (2x8gb) DDR3 1866
SSD: Corsair Force Series GS 240gb
PSU: Corsair TX850M
Cooling: Corsair H100i
OS: Windows 7 64bit
CPU: Intel Core i7 4770k 3.5GHz 84W
could someone please guide me to overclock my system.i hear you should do it gradually,test,then stop or continue overclocking.
but i have no clue where to start.
it consists of:
MSI Z87 MPOWER LGA 1150
CORSAIR Hydro Series H110 Extreme Performance(current processor temp is in the upper 20s C after loading.)
G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series PC3 17000 16GB running at 2133 XMP at the moment
XFX Double D 7970 GHz Edition 3GB for video card(did not mess with this here yet)
Samsung 840 Pro SSD 256 GB running WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE 64bit
CORSAIR HX850W PSU
Corsair Vengeance Series C70 case with 6 Noctua Fans all around.
now this MSI board has lots of overclocking buttons(Genie or whatever they call them) and software,but i heard nothing is as stable as changing the numbers manually and testing how the system is going to react.
here's a snap shot of my current:
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any expert reply is appreciated.
thanks a mil