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Adaptive Voltage?

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On manual voltage I can do 4.6 1.345 on my 4670k so I tried using adaptive by leaving CPU Core Voltage Offset to Auto and setting Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage to 1.345. When I do that my voltage and frequency never goes below 1.344 and 4.6 on cpu-z. So am I supposed to use it so that it my frequency and voltage scale down?
post #2 of 4
Okay a few things

- Hawell processors automatically add ~ 0.1 vcore when they detect AVX instruction sets. If you are stability testing with an AVX software at 1.345 then you want to set adaptive to 1.245. That should be fine for the non AVX stuff and then it can go to ur tested AVX stable voltage range.

- Make sure in windows you are set to 'Balanced' power setting.

- Enable C1 and C3 and EIST in your Bios.

That should drop the Vcore and Mhz.
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I did all my stability testing on manual voltage but I need to know what I should put in for offset and turbo voltage.
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Nevermind Thanks I had high perf on
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