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I sit here with my computer and happily - but cos it is a new toy, my mind still ponders over the bios tongue.gif

I have had it running in all different scenarios and the more i read about them the more i worry. I was ok until i started reading more threads here and other sites, not worried about what I can get out of my chip anymore, its all the modes mentioned

Adaptive - Offset - Manual - Many topics all over the place whats best and not and some bug issues with certain boards, spikes..... and the list goes on. Just spent the last few hrs on some credible sites i.e Hardocp and it seems nothing is concrete - a chipset rushed out! Board manufactures blaming Intel and vice versa, so where does that really leave us?

Example - I can run with fixed voltage 1.240 and LLC 1 at 4.5 without Adaptive - Offset

Are these Adaptive - Offset modes just to save a bit of power - will a fixed have much of a long term negative affect?

Are many of you after obtaining the OC desired then using using Adaptive - Offset after ? It does not seem clear cut if you venture deeply into this thumb.gif
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Mr. ladcrooks - i don't have adaptive on asrock - i use offset so that i'm not always pumping high volts through the chip. In my case - by using offset i am at 0.88v when idle and then 1.456v at load. The idea is this might get the user a little more time before chip degradation sets in. smile.gif
Edited by SteveRo - 10/23/15 at 5:56am
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But is vRAM tied to IMC, isn't that what SA/IO does (I don't know)?
Thanks, not much of a leap but 3333 is stable. Tried 3200C15 but that's worse than 3333C16, 3466 didn't want to play ball.
for 3466 did you increase VSA, VCCIO and PCH core? I had trouble getting 3466 to even boot without bumping all three on hynix, with samsung had to bump each just not as much. (using a hynix 3300c16 kit and a Sammy 3200c16 kit). IDK, may be my particular CPU and MB samples - worth a try tho.
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Mr. ladcrooks - i don't have adaptive on asrock - i use offset so that i'm not always pumping high volts through the chip. In my case - by using offset i am at 0.88v when idle and then 1.456v at load. The idea is this might get the user a little more time before chip degradation sets in. smile.gif
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Only times I'll use fixed is when forced to (like 125 or 166 strap on x99), Adaptive can be made to look just like manual by setting min proc state to 100% in windows adv power options... if needed.
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Darkwizzie,

Hoping I can get added to the secondary chart. Finally got my 4.6ghz OC dialed in with 4600 cache. Stable on prime for 9hours. 1.35 adaptive vcore set in UEFI. Which led to between 1.344v and 1.360v vcore listed in hwinfo.

Had to mess around with the vccio a bit to get it dialed in and completely stable. Ended up with 1.20 Vccio and 1.15 sys agent. My RAM was designed for X99 so it was a bit tricky to get everything working perfectly.


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Mr Jpmboy - or just flip the power plan to "highj performance"? - push of the button smile.gif
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Mr Jpmboy - or just flip the power plan to "highj performance"? - push of the button smile.gif

yes - High perf just brings other settings in also unless you customize it (like monitor settings etc). But as far as CPU state is concerned, does the same. thumb.gif

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You do not get the benefits of running dual channel with the ram. I think this boosts overall performance.
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I sit here with my computer and happily - but cos it is a new toy, my mind still ponders over the bios tongue.gif

I have had it running in all different scenarios and the more i read about them the more i worry. I was ok until i started reading more threads here and other sites, not worried about what I can get out of my chip anymore, its all the modes mentioned

Adaptive - Offset - Manual - Many topics all over the place whats best and not and some bug issues with certain boards, spikes..... and the list goes on. Just spent the last few hrs on some credible sites i.e Hardocp and it seems nothing is concrete - a chipset rushed out! Board manufactures blaming Intel and vice versa, so where does that really leave us?

Example - I can run with fixed voltage 1.240 and LLC 1 at 4.5 without Adaptive - Offset

Are these Adaptive - Offset modes just to save a bit of power - will a fixed have much of a long term negative affect?

Are many of you after obtaining the OC desired then using using Adaptive - Offset after ? It does not seem clear cut if you venture deeply into this thumb.gif

Example - I can run with fixed voltage 1.240 and LLC 1 at 4.5

Wow thats low vcore, i need 1.33v at 4.5
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it is but it will not pass prime - I look at the fact that i can run all my normal programs what I use , my world does not revolve around apps using 100% cpu. Not worried about benchmarks or hrs of any stress test - that's me! Do not need to be told differently tongue.gif

I ran at 5.0 for over a week without issues but decided on lower thumb.gif

I flirt with max speed and minimal vt and failure biggrin.gif
Edited by ladcrooks - 10/23/15 at 11:32am
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it is but it will not pass prime - I look at the fact that i can run all my normal programs what I use , my world does not revolve around apps using 100% cpu. Not worried about benchmarks or hrs of any stress test - that's me! Do not need to be told differently tongue.gif

I ran at 5.0 for over a week without issues but decided on lower thumb.gif

I flirt with max speed and minimal vt and failure biggrin.gif

call me OCD but I could never just happily run my computer without a variety of stress tests lol.
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