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Vcore and vccsa is cpu dependent. PLL is 1.8v
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Okie dokie, I need to start tinkering. There's seriously not a stock VCCSA and Vcore?

Anyone have any solutions for why my vcore isn't decreasing? Whether i'm at 1.2, 3.4 or 4.7 it'll always stay at 1.29v.
 
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Actually I'm a bit wrong, there are number for all that, in the Intel datasheet. I'm on my phone right now, I can screenshot the part you want in a few hour (3am here).
Or you can Google the file name "4th-gen-core-i7-lga2011-datasheet-vol-1.pdf" and go page 64.

For voltage to decease, you must use offset and make sure Intel speedstep is enabled (must be if you clock down to 1.2) and in Windows power plan setting, set minimum proc state to 0% (but if set to 100, your processor wouldn't down clock either).
Edited by Kimir - 10/19/14 at 6:17pm
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Hey guise, I can haz overclock?! ;c)
I just finished my waterbuild, and I'm looking to see what is possible... Supposedly my 3930k was binned to a decent OC (5 maybe?) and I'd like to know if there was a guide specific to this chip? Or if I should just start with a basic, and apply to my setup?
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There is a sandy bridge-E owner club I believe. The settings from a 3930k and a 4930k are very similar to me, depending on the board, a certain bios revision might work better than another.
I personally start on the cores OC with a static voltage then see how it goes with the memory. After I found the setup I want, I put it in offset OC for the daily setting and that's it.
This things are not really hard to OC when you know what setting to tweak and there aren't many compared to, say, Haswell-E. xD
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Thanks Kimir! To be honest I didn't even realized I clicked in here... I have both threads in my sub, and clicked the wrong one. Thanks again.
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Actually I'm a bit wrong, there are number for all that, in the Intel datasheet. I'm on my phone right now, I can screenshot the part you want in a few hour (3am here).
Or you can Google the file name "4th-gen-core-i7-lga2011-datasheet-vol-1.pdf" and go page 64.

For voltage to decease, you must use offset and make sure Intel speedstep is enabled (must be if you clock down to 1.2) and in Windows power plan setting, set minimum proc state to 0% (but if set to 100, your processor wouldn't down clock either).
That's probably it I don't have a dang offset...

I'll check back on Friday when I correct that failure on my part. Overclocker in training smile.gif
Edited by iSlayer - 10/22/14 at 6:00pm
 
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Stress testing now, gl me.

Edit: offset was it, I'm a stupid. Big issue is I need to figure out how I can work with the offset as my CPU doesn't seem to like the offset and BSODs even with excessive voltage for no apparent reason with p95. So that needs tinkering. Mystery solved.
Edited by iSlayer - 10/24/14 at 10:45pm
 
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