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post #4181 of 19602
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Problem is I didn't drop $300 to get a side grade frown.gif


I don't get what is going on with the adaptive voltage.


I have Vcore and Cache voltage set to adaptive. I then set the offset of each to "+". This BIOS you can add offset for regular voltage and turbo voltage. So I tried adding .1V to each one at a time. The CPU Vcore doesn't change at all in the OS. Keeps staying at 1.12V when loaded.

The cache voltage is adjusting though, I added .05V to the regular offset, not the turbo as turbo didn't seem to effect it.

In ASUS AI Suite 3, it shows the cache voltage adjustments as they should be. However, the CPU voltage says the offset is set to "-" .04v, and the OC voltage is 1.140v, so its getting a total 1.1V. If I adjust it using that software, then it changes fine. The BIOS adjustments don't seem to be changing it though.

Do you have the option to set Offset instead of Adaptive? Because the offset voltage you are putting in the BIOS probably only applies if you are in Offset mode. Adaptive is basically the same as Auto, so the offset wouldn't be applied. There should be three modes for voltage - manual, adaptive, and offset (and maybe Auto) but I don't know about your board's BIOS.
post #4182 of 19602
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Do you have the option to set Offset instead of Adaptive? Because the offset voltage you are putting in the BIOS probably only applies if you are in Offset mode. Adaptive is basically the same as Auto, so the offset wouldn't be applied. There should be three modes for voltage - manual, adaptive, and offset (and maybe Auto) but I don't know about your board's BIOS.

Thinking AI Suite was causing my problem. Stopped using it, and now with adaptive set to "+" on the turbo voltage, it increases as it should.

Both adaptive and offset have offset values. Offset adjusts the vcore when in a lower power state as well, adaptive only adjusts vcore when at Turbo/Overclock speeds.


So with adaptive, my default VID is 1.147V. With .075V added, I get a VID of 1.226V, and with LLC becomes a real Vcore of 1.248V.

So with that figured out, and 4.3Ghz passing what I would call stable @ 71C, Im off to bed now. Will finish it up tomorrow, and hopefully be able to get at least 4.6Ghz.


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Wow, repped! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
Good idea, but I would mess that up somehow. wink.gif

I'm really tired and can't think straight after working 16 hours. However, I did make one that loops 50 times instead of 20. Just let me know if you want it. Or if anyone else wants it for that matter.

I'll take whatever you got whenever you get a chance. Thanks again!
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I'll take whatever you got whenever you get a chance. Thanks again!

Just open this is notepad and then "save as" and click save as all types and click the file name and put .bat at the end!

bench_script.txt 27k .txt file
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post #4186 of 19602
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From the above, I tried 4.5Ghz with up to 1.3V, and keep getting BSODs. The extra 300Mhz shouldn't need an extra .125v.

Thats pretty good man. 200mhz for 0.125v when you've hit soft voltage wall is pretty normal. Also, you're only increasing vcore, which is far from optimal
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I've just put all 4 runs into the constant loop.
If you think that's enough, just close the window. biggrin.gif

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post #4188 of 19602
I played BF3 for a couple of hours, no BSOD's, I think my OC is stable biggrin.gif

In other news my 4770k@4.6 almost tripled my FPS compared to my Q6600@3.2! biggrin.gif:D:D

Can't wait to get a new GPU smile.gif
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I played BF3 for a couple of hours, no BSOD's, I think my OC is stable biggrin.gif

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post #4190 of 19602
Hi all,reached my final overclock that my motherboard will allow,tried all tweakable settings in different increments following the guides and info in this thread but no amount of tweaking can get further with stability even though my chip has more potential i'm sure.May buy an Asus Impact after xmas:)smile.gif

My settings now are:
CPU Multi-x46
BCLK-100.4
CPU Vcore-1.230v
Cache Multi-x46
Cache Voltage-1.300v
R.A.M-2133mhz
R.A.M Voltage-1.500v
Spread Spectrum-Disabled
LLC-Level 1
All other settings at auto.
Max temp reached so far 66C.

Darkwizzie could you update me on the chart please and remove 4.8ghz settings.Thankyou
*Forgot input voltage.1.840v
Edited by Jason7890 - 10/21/13 at 6:06am
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