Originally Posted by Falkentyne
No, actually you're wrong.
the offset is in hexadecimal and it adds the direct offset to the default core voltage, not the CURRENT set voltage..
so "10" is 16 in decimal.
Voltage is in 6.25mv steps, so 16x6.25=100 (100 mv).
So you use 10 to set 100 mv.
11 would be 106.25 mv. (17 (decimal) x 6.25=106.25
8 would be 50mv (8 x 6.25=50).
Setting "0" returns it back to the default VID with no offset.
And I just checked quickly in GPU-Z and using values over "10" in the command line (100 mv) DO work and apply. You can check because the idle voltage goes up.
I DO NOT think that afterburner's GUI will show more than 100 mv, as the sliders are locked to 100mv max.
Isn't that pretty much exactly what I said? The command line doesn't change the offset slider, it adds the voltage you specify (in my example 100mV) to the core voltage directly. So +0 offset is the same as +100 offset with no command line, and +100 offset is the same as +200 offset with no command line. The Afterburner voltage slider won't show the affect of the command line change, only looking at the actual voltage will show you whether it is working.
Originally Posted by TheSoldiet
I just noticed that on my 3dmark test only 1 of my 8 cores were running........
Physical / logical processors1 / 8
That means 1 physical processor, 8 logical processors. Not that it is only using 1 out of 8.Edited by Forceman - 12/22/13 at 11:33am