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Can you explain a bit further? Do I disable all other states in bios , like actually select disable for c3 and others, and manually set c7 to enabled and not auto. I have everything set to auto. and Voltage stays constant at what I have set. Which makes sense because its a manual number, but I want voltage to change with power like it should.
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On gigabyte boards, Manual is essentially adaptive, without any of the crazy voltage changing.

The IVR will give you ~0.02v higher than you set in bios for vcore under load and also extremely low voltage idles, and AFAIK it's the best implementation of voltage drop as many other boards are not capable of that without you giving up fine control of the vcore
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Can you explain a bit further? Do I disable all other states in bios , like actually select disable for c3 and others, and manually set c7 to enabled and not auto. I have everything set to auto. and Voltage stays constant at what I have set. Which makes sense because its a manual number, but I want voltage to change with power like it should.

You have to measure with cpu-z 1.64.0 (which still bugs sometimes) or hwinfo, many programs use the wrong sensor (vid instead of vcore) and report it as something like "core voltage" - cpu-z has a single label for core voltage and 1.64.0 sometimes uses vid sensor (which will stick at like 1.21 for example if you set 1.2vcore) and sometimes uses the vcore sensor (which will be ~0.02v above VID which is what you set in bios and change with load.. unless maybe power settings are messed up)

I have all of the c-states and EIST etc enabled and also balanced power profile; it works

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Okay well my power profile is set to auto, and all cstates are on auto my cpu-z a few days ago was working fine my eist is on and was dropping voltage like it should in cpu-z but not its not and just sticking what my manual number is. My eist is no reflecting. However my vid number is constant but I did load up hwmonitor PRO and noticed the vcore was changing, but VID is not reflecting change with EIST on like it should.
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VID doesn't change (ever.. when oc'd, VID is just another way of writing which voltage you set in bios), but it doesn't matter because VID is not an actual voltage. Vcore is the important one

IIRC, one of my c-states doesn't work by default unless i enable it
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Okay well my power profile is set to auto, and all cstates are on auto my cpu-z a few days ago was working fine my eist is on and was dropping voltage like it should in cpu-z but not its not and just sticking what my manual number is. My eist is no reflecting. However my vid number is constant but I did load up hwmonitor PRO and noticed the vcore was changing, but VID is not reflecting change with EIST on like it should.

You need to set the C states to Enabled, not Auto, if you are overclocked. The auto setting is the same as disabled when overclocked.
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@nighthawk06 4,7ghz 1.280v good cpunright there bro. Btw did you turn off the HT ? Thanks.
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@nighthawk06 4,7ghz 1.280v good cpunright there bro. Btw did you turn off the HT ? Thanks.

Thanks man its Golden biggrin.gif whats HT hyperthread? If so na I dont have that on my cpu doesnt show in bios but did run intel burn test and other stress test
c1e and all that enabled! I plan on pushing the cpu ratio to around 4.9 or 5ghz if lucky I only get high of 53c on 2 cores other 2 cores around 45-48c
I'm already at 4.5ghz on NB Freq smile.gif
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@nighthawk06 4,7ghz 1.280v good cpunright there bro. Btw did you turn off the HT ? Thanks.

Thanks man its Golden biggrin.gif whats HT hyperthread? If so na I dont have that on my cpu doesnt show in bios but did run intel burn test and other stress test
c1e and all that enabled! I plan on pushing the cpu ratio to around 4.9 or 5ghz if lucky I only get high of 53c on 2 cores other 2 cores around 45-48c
I'm already at 4.5ghz on NB Freq smile.gif
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@nighthawk06 4,7ghz 1.280v good cpunright there bro. Btw did you turn off the HT ? Thanks.

Thanks man its Golden biggrin.gif whats HT hyperthread? If so na I dont have that on my cpu doesnt show in bios but did run intel burn test and other stress test
c1e and all that enabled! I plan on pushing the cpu ratio to around 4.9 or 5ghz if lucky I only get high of 53c on 2 cores other 2 cores around 45-48c
I'm already at 4.5ghz on NB Freq smile.gif

4670 doesn't have HT. You won't really know if that voltage is stable till you run some video games and other apps but that is a mighty decrease in voltage for sure. If lowering the temps just a bit does that much I really wish I hadn't passed on the coollit borreas for $70 on ebay frown.gif
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What is everybody's opinion regarding running 1.35 vcore but acceptable temps? Like 65-66C tops during gaming with a Noctua NH-D14? Is 1.35v too low of a voltage to really worry about anything?
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What is everybody's opinion regarding running 1.35 vcore but acceptable temps? Like 65-66C tops during gaming with a Noctua NH-D14? Is 1.35v too low of a voltage to really worry about anything?

To be honest no one actually knows what voltage degradtion occurs at for the simple reason that the chip has not been around long enough to collect suffecient data. But from all that i have read and seen u should be fine,i run mine at 1.36 vid all day everyday havent seen any issues yet i have also ran it at 1.37 for a few weeks so i guess time will tell.
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