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Ok thanks for that! I have Turbo Mv on the lowest setting of 4mv, how do i take this lower apart from Auto?
The part that ive put in bold does that mean that no matter what the cpu vcore is even if it is really low then it will still take what it needs to achieve the chosen OC?
How do i go one step further with your settings for negative offset?

Edit.....i set the offset to negative which now decreases voltage as i can see. Ive also managed to shave off another 1v and be stable in prime thumb.gif

I am running at 4.7 at 1.34vcore using a negative .005 offset, 1.85 PLL (PLL overvoltage disabled), 1.15 VTT, 1.05 vcssa, .068 turbo voltage, High cpu load calibration, 160% cpu current. It is running rock solid there but that is where my processor hits its wall or curve, whatever you may call it, because going to 4.8, I have to jump up to a plus .015 offset to get it to even boot. I have not played with it any further because my AIO liquid cooler is not good enough to deal with the heat of my processor running at a 1.43 vcore.
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Has anyone received the new Rampage Extreme V yet?
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Same here bro... 4.7@1.34V all the time, but it does bench well too even for the non-professionals tongue.gif Hey - grabed me top 10 (and several #1's) in 3DMK11 across HOF and some good points at hwbot... will see how the new RVE and 5960X do in the next week(s). CPU is in hand, mobo arrives in a day or two. Really looking forward to trying that out. The 4960X and BE will be put to daily use (replacing a rock-solid 2700K sad-smiley-002.gif that's been a workhorse).
You guys should try the benchmark in the UCSD Chameleon package. Very "telling".wink.gif

so, what ram do you recommend for the x99? (reasonable $) Selection is very limited at this point.

just fyi - these are my bench settings when not @4.875/2666


vcore is not to my liking...

Vcore of 1.456 would send my temps through the roof, but those temps are excellent. What kind of cooling system are you running?
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Hello. I don't know if this is the right thread to be saying this... but if anyone has a RoG magnet that they're willing to part with, I'd be willing to pay decently for one. Please send me a PM! Thanks!
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Ok thanks for that! I have Turbo Mv on the lowest setting of 4mv, how do i take this lower apart from Auto?
The part that ive put in bold does that mean that no matter what the cpu vcore is even if it is really low then it will still take what it needs to achieve the chosen OC?
How do i go one step further with your settings for negative offset?

Edit.....i set the offset to negative which now decreases voltage as i can see. Ive also managed to shave off another 1v and be stable in prime thumb.gif

yes - you could but it at 180% just the same. But for 4.6 or 4.7, auto to 160% should be plenty.

@Fidelitas - that's okay for FM physics, R15.. etc. MaxT is ~ +35C over the water temp. I'm using the koolance 380 waterblock

older file pic but basically the same.
Edited by Jpmboy - 9/3/14 at 12:41pm
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I am running at 4.7 at 1.34vcore using a negative .005 offset, 1.85 PLL (PLL overvoltage disabled), 1.15 VTT, 1.05 vcssa, .068 turbo voltage, High cpu load calibration, 160% cpu current. It is running rock solid there but that is where my processor hits its wall or curve, whatever you may call it, because going to 4.8, I have to jump up to a plus .015 offset to get it to even boot. I have not played with it any further because my AIO liquid cooler is not good enough to deal with the heat of my processor running at a 1.43 vcore.
Thankyou for that mate.
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yes - you could but it at 180% just the same. But for 4.6 or 4.7, auto to 160% should be plenty.

Ok cheers.
Im gonna pick your brains somemore as im starting to get somewhere now.
Firstly im only running at 4.2ghz because this is all that is really needed to eliminate any bottleneck between my gpu and cpu for gaming.
I have managed to get 4.2 stable with Ht on in Prime with the settings i used before but now im using negative offset and cpu vcore offset voltage of 0.120 (Its in Pink digits now).
Im also using cpu vcssa manual voltage of 0.995 (white digits)

Are those 2 voltages ok? Is the Pink digits ok? Does there need to be like 0.500 between the two voltages or are they ok?
At 4.2ghz my cpu pulls 1.072 and is stable, so far so good!
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Thankyou for that mate.
Ok cheers.
Im gonna pick your brains somemore as im starting to get somewhere now.
Firstly im only running at 4.2ghz because this is all that is really needed to eliminate any bottleneck between my gpu and cpu for gaming.
I have managed to get 4.2 stable with Ht on in Prime with the settings i used before but now im using negative offset and cpu vcore offset voltage of 0.120 (Its in Pink digits now).
Im also using cpu vcssa manual voltage of 0.995 (white digits)

Are those 2 voltages ok? Is the Pink digits ok? Does there need to be like 0.500 between the two voltages or are they ok?
At 4.2ghz my cpu pulls 1.072 and is stable, so far so good!

Pink, sure. I know of no offset-turbo spread that is "required". What you posted looks fine to me. The values in bios drive the voltages in real terms... so if your CPU is doing 4.2 @ v1.07V - very nice!!
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Pink, sure. I know of no offset-turbo spread that is "required". What you posted looks fine to me. The values in bios drive the voltages in real terms... so if your CPU is doing 4.2 @ v1.07V - very nice!!
That is according to cpu-z, im going to try and go lower, keep highering the offset but with the negative of course thumb.gif

Does there need to be like 0.500 between the two voltages or are they ok? I remember reading that there were some voltage settings that had to be within 0.5 of each other, i cannot remember what they are.

If i keep adding more negative offset, will the system eventually not even boot into windows? Theoretically this sounds correct but want to check that with you?
What about going into the red digits of cpu vcore offset voltage?
Edited by V3teran - 9/3/14 at 1:19pm
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That is according to cpu-z, im going to try and go lower, keep highering the offset but with the negative of course thumb.gif

Does there need to be like 0.500 between the two voltages or are they ok? I remember reading that there were some voltage settings that had to be within 0.5 of each other, i cannot remember what they are.

If i keep adding more negative offset, will the system eventually not even boot into windows? Theoretically this sounds correct but want to check that with you?
What about going into the red digits of cpu vcore offset voltage?

again, I know of no spread between offset and turbo that is "required". With negative offset even with a successful boot, at some point, the system will be stable under load, but not when just browsing or low-load work. I've never really gone very low with negative offset.
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again, I know of no spread between offset and turbo that is "required". With negative offset even with a successful boot, at some point, the system will be stable under load, but not when just browsing or low-load work. I've never really gone very low with negative offset.

Thankyou for your time in replying and helping.
Well ive had some good results, the lowest settings i managed to get Prime stable was 0.140 cpu vcore offset voltage in the bios.
According to cpu-z when prime was at full load max volts was 1.056v for 4.2ghz Ht-On which is great!
Im now going to work up from here 100mhz at atime.
I will leave you alone for now Jpmboy and i thank you once again for helping me, very much appreciated! thumb.gifwink.gifsmile.gif
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