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Cheers for that, but already tried with no cigar. I'm aiming to get it stable as possible at 1.65
post #1172 of 2792
This is what I've managed at 1.7V

post #1173 of 2792
NICE!!! I try to stay at a frequency that requires < 1.1V on VTT and 1.0V VSA. so far that's around 2200 c8 for my kit. (gskill 2400 c9). I have a set of gskill 2666 c11, but I hate using 125 strap and they seem to like 1.25V VTT rolleyes.gif

for some reason, dram refresh interval setting does not hold, even when i set it in bios. reverts to automatic value which is ~ 7900. ??
Edited by Jpmboy - 4/13/14 at 6:19am
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post #1174 of 2792
That's at 1.1vtt and 1.12 VCCSA

1.65pll
post #1175 of 2792
Quote:
Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

This is what I've managed at 1.7V


I would be very happy with that my side here, not everyone can get that low and remain stable, it just depends if you OK with it!

Good Job!

AJ.
post #1176 of 2792
Thanks,

This is my final 24/7 clock, I'm a stickler for efficiency overall smile.gif

VCCSA @ 1.020

VTT @ 1.05000

PLL @ 1.4

Vcore offset at + 020

2133 @ C8-10-10-27-CR1-88 @ 1.6v


Edited by Silent Scone - 4/14/14 at 1:41am
post #1177 of 2792
Offset is confusing. I've set 0.020+ offset and it's taking me to 1.28v which is round about what I want for 4.5. Does it vary from CPU to CPU? I've never bothered touching LLC as with my balls-to-wall overclocks I just set the Vcore / VCCSA I want and away I go.


Also it's annoying not being able to use it on 1.25 strap.
Edited by Silent Scone - 4/14/14 at 8:01am
post #1178 of 2792
Each CPU is different for sure, i myself never bother with Offset its too much like hard work, also just use 100 Multi as its where my CPU likes to go here!

44 x 100 = 4400 Mhz its that simple really!

When i had my 4930K here i had to use the 125 strap to get any kind of OC the highest was 4.5!!

Now with my Binned 4960X its a different ball game it scales up to 4.7 using the 100 on the multi with no problems.

Its just the luck of the draw with CPU's or you pay extra for a Binned one like i did, so Congrats on the Ram OC nice going on that.

Regards,

AJ.
post #1179 of 2792
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Offset is confusing. I've set 0.020+ offset and it's taking me to 1.28v which is round about what I want for 4.5. Does it vary from CPU to CPU? I've never bothered touching LLC as with my balls-to-wall overclocks I just set the Vcore / VCCSA I want and away I go.


Also it's annoying not being able to use it on 1.25 strap.

I prefer to use offset that away when my chip down clocks so does my voltage no need to shorten the life of your chip for what is like 1 hour worth of work. Offset seems to be based off of vid for me it works out to be an algebra equation

first find VID
then it is VID +or - offset x LLC (normal = 1 up to 4.7ish high = about 1.15 till 4.7 then high =1) it is also good to note that VID scales with multi. There are other factors this is just the basic run down.

What is keeping you from using 125 strap?
post #1180 of 2792
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Originally Posted by phynce View Post

I prefer to use offset that away when my chip down clocks so does my voltage no need to shorten the life of your chip for what is like 1 hour worth of work. Offset seems to be based off of vid for me it works out to be an algebra equation

first find VID
then it is VID +or - offset x LLC (normal = 1 up to 4.7ish high = about 1.15 till 4.7 then high =1) it is also good to note that VID scales with multi. There are other factors this is just the basic run down.

What is keeping you from using 125 strap?

I keep getting random reboots on offset so I'm assuming its vcore related. I'd rather like to get it stable with offset so will try your suggestion.

I'm currently at 1.1vtt 1.120vccsa 0.030 vcore offset for 2133 8-10-10-cr1-88 1.6v
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