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I really haven't quite figured it out yet either. I just set mine up like in the pics and then dropped the vdroop% down. I knew my 2500k was stable at 1.3 so I just dropped it til it got to around that voltage under load.

That plan didn't work.
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It doesn't work the way they show you over at MSI forums, or you saying your plan didn't work? I've come very close many times changing this board out for Asus or Gib just because of their screwy way of doing the settings. It's a great board, I just wished it had normal offset to work with.


I see your pics now. Turn C1e on and disable overspeed protect. Is that 4096 the original for the long duration power. Mine only goes to 255?
Edited by jeffro37 - 9/20/13 at 8:09pm
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Hey, that board has Offset: "CPU Core Vdroop Offset Control". What else could it be?

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It is kind of like it. Like I said I'll use auto vcore then drop the vdroop% to get a lower vcore under load. For every % you go down it drops the vcore like.010 or something. Or if it is to low, you can raise it if auto has it set lower then 100%. Hard to explain.
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It doesn't work the way they show you over at MSI forums, or you saying your plan didn't work? I've come very close many times changing this board out for Asus or Gib just because of their screwy way of doing the settings. It's a great board, I just wished it had normal offset to work with.


I see your pics now. Turn C1e on and disable overspeed protect. Is that 4096 the original for the long duration power. Mine only goes to 255?

My plan didn't work with the Vdroop 15% thing.

What does it do when I turn on C1e and disable overspeed protect.

And yes, thats that I got when I defaulted it, it does say max 255..
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Hey, that board has Offset: "CPU Core Vdroop Offset Control". What else could it be?

I've been trying to say that,

So does it work like that?

My CPU Core Voltage is currently set at 1.25.
I multiplied that by .125 = 12.5%
And got to about 1.094, I set the Core Voltage back down to 1.1

I enabled Vdroop and selected +12.5%, hoping it would use that to get back up to 1.25.

But +12.5% didn't work, it BSoD.
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I was in the same spot you're in so I just set mine like they do in the pics at the forums. I don't think anybody has really figured out how they use the vdroop% setting. Like I use the settings in the pic you posted from MSI forum, and got a load vcore of 1.35. So the only thing I changed was to drop the vdroop % down to 62.5% so I had a load of 1.312-1.32 vcore. I basically gave up and just set mine the way they do, except for that vdroop%. Sorry I can't explain how it works, haven't really figured it out myself.


edit: Have you asked Froggy or Xmad over there about the vdroop explanation?
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I was in the same spot you're in so I just set mine like they do in the pics at the forums. I don't think anybody has really figured out how they use the vdroop% setting. Like I use the settings in the pic you posted from MSI forum, and got a load vcore of 1.35. So the only thing I changed was to drop the vdroop % down to 62.5% so I had a load of 1.312-1.32 vcore. I basically gave up and just set mine the way they do, except for that vdroop%. Sorry I can't explain how it works, haven't really figured it out myself.

I think I get the Vdroop thing now..
When the CPU isn't loaded, the voltage core drops down(automatically) by that "amount that you select" in the Vdroop option, right?
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Not sure. Might try it in a few mins myself. I know it drops my load voltage when under load while using the auto vcore and not a manually set vcore. Using the auto vcore my vcore drops down to .96 while idling. I think this is why most people with a MSI z77 mb says to OC like in the pics that you and I posted the other day. My youngest just woke up . I'll check in on this in the morn. Sorry I couldn't be more help with the vdroop thing
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