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My rig is rock solid with 4,3GHz@1.3V (linkpak, aida, XTU passed with a manual Vcore 1.265 but for cpu occt test I need 1,3V mad.gif).
Now I'm runnig 1.3V adaptive voltage with energy saving enabled.
There is something that I dont understand: hwmonitor records, during ingame sessions, a 1,3Vcore @ full load, but I'm reading a peak of 1,4V on vcore Max (even with League of Legend).
Could you explain please ? I was aware to use a manual vcore for stress testing with AVX2 instructions, but not for gaming.
Is my cpu running safe ? do you have any suggestions ?
Edited by bonomork - 3/17/14 at 6:54am
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Originally Posted by bonomork View Post

My rig is rock solid with 4,3GHz@1.3V (linkpak, aida, XTU passed with a manual Vcore 1.265 but for cpu occt test I need 1,3V mad.gif).
Now I'm runnig 1.3V adaptive voltage with energy saving enabled.
There is something that I dont understand: hwmonitor records, during ingame sessions, a 1,3Vcore @ full load, but I'm reading a peak of 1,4V on vcore Max (even with League of Legend).
Could you explain please ? I was aware to use a manual vcore for stress testing with AVX2 instructions, but not for gaming.
Is my cpu running safe ? do you have any suggestions ?

That's a huge Vcore for a Haswell CPU, taking into account you are only at 4.3Ghz...
I use 1.36Vcore with my i5 2500K at 4.5Ghz
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set offsets to +.05


That vcore is average beleive it or not.... these haswell cpus are wretched things go to http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-thread-with-statistics/11130


or just talk to cryo..... V V V V V hes been through enough of these to know everything
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 3/17/14 at 7:33am
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4.3@1.3 is a few hundred mhz below average, but maybe made worse by stuff like not tweaking VRIN properly etc.

Don't use adaptive voltage. You can get voltage drop on idle without it in almost every case.
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That's a huge Vcore for a Haswell CPU, taking into account you are only at 4.3Ghz...
I use 1.36Vcore with my i5 2500K at 4.5Ghz

for my 2500K@4,5 i use 1.3Vcore... Haswell is another world (worst overclockers and high temps)
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set offsets to +.05


That vcore is average beleive it or not.... these haswell cpus are wretched things go to http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-thread-with-statistics/11130


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I'm not used to offset voltage.. could you explain me how to set it
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4.3@1.3 is a few hundred mhz below average, but maybe made worse by stuff like not tweaking VRIN properly etc.

Don't use adaptive voltage. You can get voltage drop on idle without it in almost every case.

Cache is 35min 39max with 1.2V (probably I can reduce it)

@ 1.265V CPU: OCCT failed
@1.3V : OCCT is OK

How to get voltage drop on idle with manual vcore settings ?
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I'm not used to offset voltage.. could you explain me how to set it
I think just set the non vcore to -.15 below vcore select offset + for both and then .05 for value


what is your other voltage(Input Voltage (aka VCCIN, Vrin, Eventual Input Voltage)) at 1.85 or 1.9?
or more than that?
phase control level 1,level 2, or level 3 seem to work the best
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 3/17/14 at 7:58am
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Cache is 35min 39max with 1.2V (probably I can reduce it)

@ 1.265V CPU: OCCT failed
@1.3V : OCCT is OK

How to get voltage drop on idle with manual vcore settings ?

Enable c6/c7 and other c-states as well as EIST etc. Use balanced power plan in windows, not high performance. It'll drop to ~0.7v or less idle, you need the right sensor to see it. I'd also suggest reading the Haswell overclocking thread with statistics here on OCN and using x264 test there

No need to use offset
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I think just set the non vcore to -.15 below vcore select offset + for both and then .05 for value


what is your other voltage(Input Voltage (aka VCCIN, Vrin, Eventual Input Voltage)) at 1.85 or 1.9? -> 1.9
or more than that?
phase control level 1,level 2, or level 3 seem to work the best - > Extreme
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