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hi all, first time overclock done after a week
4770k @ 4.4ghz 1.30 vcore..... ringbuss 3.9 auto Voltage
CPU AGENT +0.200
CPU ANALOG +DIGITAL +1.50
INPUT VOLTAGE 1.850
2133 XMP
running fine 10 hours X264 10X Real Bench
AIDA 64 bench test + 2 hours stress test
had voltage set to manual
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change it to adapitve after watching JJ from Asus saying its fine if you dont use synthetic stess test like ADIA 64 + Prima95

but now getting v-core of 1.360 and core VID 1.360

i run a bench mark on Rome 2 totalwar V-core 0- 1.312 .... VID CORE1 - 1.361
why is this?
First screen Real Bench
Second rome 2 totalwar

http://imgur.com/B14LRB5,NOB1Z68#0
http://imgur.com/B14LRB5,NOB1Z68#1

thinking of going back to manual so dont get big voltage spikes
post #2 of 7
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Originally Posted by romanlegion13th View Post

hi all, first time overclock done after a week
4770k @ 4.4ghz 1.30 vcore..... ringbuss 3.9 auto Voltage
CPU AGENT +0.200
CPU ANALOG +DIGITAL +1.50
INPUT VOLTAGE 1.850
2133 XMP
running fine 10 hours X264 10X Real Bench
AIDA 64 bench test + 2 hours stress test
had voltage set to manual
l
change it to adapitve after watching JJ from Asus saying its fine if you dont use synthetic stess test like ADIA 64 + Prima95

but now getting v-core of 1.360 and core VID 1.360

i run a bench mark on Rome 2 totalwar V-core 0- 1.312 .... VID CORE1 - 1.361
why is this?
First screen Real Bench
Second rome 2 totalwar

http://imgur.com/B14LRB5,NOB1Z68#0
http://imgur.com/B14LRB5,NOB1Z68#1

thinking of going back to manual so don't get big voltage spikes
When it comes to overclocking, manual voltage is the best, since you've your voltages under control, it's some set backs, like high voltages even when CPU's idling. If you're worrying about what adaptive voltage does, basically, it brings your voltages down when your CPU is idling, and rumps it up when it's under stress. When the stress test is very vigorous and aggressive, your voltage will increase, even more, this is why it's not recommend for stress tests such as prime 95. Adaptive will apply more voltage on your CPU that you normally wouldn't, but its efficiency is good.
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I set all my c-states under CPU power mangement to enabled instead of auto, including package c-state--then turn speedstep off and use manual vcore. Still get vcore idling at almost no voltage. Of course certain people will call this an exploit. I don't think it's cheating. It works great, though.
post #4 of 7
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I set all my c-states under CPU power mangement to enabled instead of auto, including package c-state--then turn speedstep off and use manual vcore. Still get vcore idling at almost no voltage. Of course certain people will call this an exploit. I don't think it's cheating. It works great, though.
Using manual voltage, at higher overclocks, even with all c-states enabled does not drop v-core on idle, for some mobos (my hii hero, inc).
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Using manual voltage, at higher overclocks, even with all c-states enabled does not drop v-core on idle, for some mobos (my hii hero, inc).
I'm using that board and it does.
post #6 of 7
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I've kinda done it truned v core offset to 0.01 instead of auto this seems to of stopes it Voltage not gone over 1.312 it's set at 1.300 so just 0.12 over not to bad temps are fine


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any one figured how to fix this?
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