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post #11 of 15
I would love to know why gigabyte does not offer adaptive voltage
post #12 of 15
I'm not sure why you'd want to use it. The only apparent advantage is lower voltages at less than full speed (where it really doesn't matter) traded off against possibly significantly higher voltages at full speed (where it would matter). Regular offset seems like a better choice, and more controllable.
post #13 of 15
True but there are known issues with offset and haswell at least on my board their are limits
post #14 of 15
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So I think what that is saying is..... Put 1.25v into the "additional voltage for cpu turbo" field and consider that number an absolute cap, not an additive cap to the base voltage or to the base voltage + offset voltage.

For reference, an additive cap as similar to an offset, where the formula is base voltage + offset = final voltage.

For absolute cap I mean : Max Voltage <= value in "additional voltage for cpu turbo" field only.



What Asus needs to do is provide examples in the manual for each setting.

Aka..

Manual voltage = the value in the field is the max voltage.

Offset Voltage = the value in the field adds to all base voltage figures. Ex. 1.0v Base + .010 offset voltage field = 1.010v final voltage.

adaptive voltage = the value in the field adds to all turbo voltage figures ex. 1.0v base + .010 offset + .500 adaptive = 1.010v under idle and 1.510v under load.
Edited by slash621 - 6/19/13 at 6:20am
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So I think what that is saying is..... Put 1.25v into the "additional voltage for cpu turbo" field and consider that number an absolute cap, not an additive cap to the base voltage or to the base voltage + offset voltage.

For reference, an additive cap as similar to an offset, where the formula is base voltage + offset = final voltage.

For absolute cap I mean : Max Voltage <= value in "additional voltage for cpu turbo" field only.



What Asus needs to do is provide examples in the manual for each setting.

Aka..

Manual voltage = the value in the field is the max voltage.

Offset Voltage = the value in the field adds to all base voltage figures. Ex. 1.0v Base + .010 offset voltage field = 1.010v final voltage.

adaptive voltage = the value in the field adds to all turbo voltage figures ex. 1.0v base + .010 offset + .500 adaptive = 1.010v under idle and 1.510v under load.


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