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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.

Okay cool....I also got mine on adaptive vcore and all C states enabled....so it powers down during low load situations....I also only game, and I don't do anything hardcore....like some of those guys who do folding at home or mining 24/7.
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I've set voltage states to enabled like suggested, but still to no avail the VID wont lower to 0.70 or whatever it used to with ESIT. Its not dropping. HW PRO vcore seems to be changing and scaling properly.
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I've set voltage states to enabled like suggested, but still to no avail the VID wont lower to 0.70 or whatever it used to with ESIT. Its not dropping. HW PRO vcore seems to be changing and scaling properly.

VID isn't supposed to change.. VID isn't a voltage. VID just sits there and reads as the vcore you set in bios, like 1.2 or whatever.

Your core voltage (vcore) among others will drop, like you said. What's the problem?
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Yo Cyro, which C states do you need to change for Adaptive Vring to start adapting?
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I don't think i have voltage drop on the ring; i use turbo mode a lot on uncore on giga which is 8x idle 40x load at ~1.18 ring
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It took me to get 4.3ghz n run prime95 small FFT 3:10 hours stable with no problem these settings

CPU Mult 44x
CPU Cache mult 35
CPU Vcore 1.3
CPU Cache Voltage 1.2
CPU Input Voltage 1.9
rest on auto n
all c state disable
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3h10m in prime is not necessarily an indication of stability
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3h10m in prime is not necessarily an indication of stability

i also ran intelburn test for 10 on high then ran prime95 small fft i think my chip will not go higher unless i give it more juice it is costa rica batch 3307B199
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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

Yup only the I7 4770k has the HT. I was playing BF4 last nite for over 5+hrs without Quiting just yet it never Crashed thumb.gif
I even woke up today and Prime95 was still running over 9hrs stable highest temp was only 57c lol and
ya its insane voltage drop before I would always crash under 1.300vcore after Delid now stable at 1.280v
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I've set voltage states to enabled like suggested, but still to no avail the VID wont lower to 0.70 or whatever it used to with ESIT. Its not dropping. HW PRO vcore seems to be changing and scaling properly.

What are you using to check the Vcore? Check it with HWInfo, and look for the Vcore reading down nearer the bottom of the list (the one at the top is VID). CPU-Z doesn't reliably show the actual Vcore. As Cyro said, VID itself doesn't matter.
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