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post #21 of 78
Maybe, I've been trying to see what other users vcore is at to get an idea of what's normal for the G3258 processor. I've got a Thermaltake 430W and I can take that out of another computer tomorrow and see what the figures are. I could also open the other G2358 I have and see if it requires the same vcore on auto from the psu at default speed.
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Is LLC keeping from bringing the initial load vcore down ? Does that make sense ? It's really low when I'm just sitting at the desktop and when I first start p95, it goe sto 1.288 then 1.240 after its reached full load.

You should be increasing your LLC by the sounds of it. Dropping voltage at load is vdroop.

Is your processor dropping to 1600mhz and vcore dropping also?

Keep EIST enabled and C1E.

Make sure windows power plan is set to balanced.

Make sure you read those overclocking links I showed you to fully understand what all these settings are doing.
Edited by Casey Ryback - 6/4/15 at 4:24am
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post #23 of 78
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Maybe, I've been trying to see what other users vcore is at to get an idea of what's normal for the G3258 processor. I've got a Thermaltake 430W and I can take that out of another computer tomorrow and see what the figures are. I could also open the other G2358 I have and see if it requires the same vcore on auto from the psu at default speed.

I don't think changing PSU is going to affect your vcore, unless the said PSU is faulty, and the motherboard regulators aren't coping or something.

It's more down to the individual chip and mobo.

It could also be the bios at fault not sure.

Anyway I'd manually set that voltage, 1.7V is dangerous for the chip and past intel specs afaik.

People get 5ghz on around 1.5V.

What cooling are you using?

I'd set vcore to maybe 1.45V max and see what it can do.
Edited by Casey Ryback - 6/4/15 at 4:34am
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post #24 of 78
don't bother with VID, you need to get a feel of what voltage is needed at different speeds.

yes, you definitly need to raise LLC.

i would start with offset of -0.1 at stock speed to see what Vcore you get, and then again with the desired overclock, +/- how you did at stock.

if you leave offset at auto (=0) when overclocking, it will juice your CPU to death, like you saw in Jamtin's post.
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Should I just set it to auto and see what the max vcore is then find the offset form that ?
It seems like auto sucks and applies way too much voltage.

How do you determine if you use - or + offset ?

No don't use auto.

My advice is just set a small offset ie +.025, and go from there.

Increase the LLC to high/extreme.

Make sure the processor is downclocking both clock speed to 1600mhz, and vcore should drop to around 1.050V
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What the? maybe it's a sensor error?

I wasn't too concerned because I knew there was issues whilst using asus ai suites fan expert 3 software with other monitoring software as it can mess with sensors of other devices and report unrealistic figures. I've uninstalled the ai suite. Thank you.

Edited by jamtin - 6/4/15 at 4:41am
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Ok that's on idle though, how much on load?
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Ok that's on idle though, how much on load?
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That's really odd, in HW monitor it's saying 0.872, yet in cpu-z 1.025.

Also in HW monitor it says the chip is using 25W, whatever those prime tests are,they are not pushing the processor to max usage, must be more of a ram test.

Anyway it's low enough to be nice and safe.
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That's really odd, in HW monitor it's saying 0.872, yet in cpu-z 1.025.

Also in HW monitor it says the chip is using 25W, whatever those prime tests are,they are not pushing the processor to max usage, must be more of a ram test.

Anyway it's low enough to be nice and safe.

Right now it's a default clock speed with prime95 x64 running using small ffts to stress the cpu rather than the memory whilst running aida64 cache and memory benchmark at the same time.

I'll reboot and overclock and see what happens.
Edited by jamtin - 6/4/15 at 5:07am
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