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yes, true, true - but - if you can get offset to work for you - you will get lower temps when doing easy stuff like browsing and office work.
Lower temps might also get you a little longer cpu life - but this really only comes into play if you keep the same cpu for - what - 3 or 4 years plus?.
You also save on power expended - although I wouldn't look for much of a difference in your monthly electrical bill. smile.gif.

I have kept my cpu's for like 5 years smile.gif i only put on for a few hours a day, do you think i will be ok, i know keeping pc on 24/7 will wear the cpu down more.
post #3592 of 11361
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i only put on for a few hours a day

People run these 24/7, so running 5 years for you would be like running 5 months for them; you have little to worry about unless you're on extremely aggressive voltages
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People run these 24/7, so running 5 years for you would be like running 5 months for them; you have little to worry about unless you're on extremely aggressive voltages

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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

People run these 24/7, so running 5 years for you would be like running 5 months for them; you have little to worry about unless you're on extremely aggressive voltages

mucho concur - if really power on only a few hours a day - you should have no problem. thumb.gif
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sorry biggrin.gif
i mean
with adaptive + offset or manual + offset
i see that window diolog box have two option adaptive and manual right? or if we choose manual then no offset option as adaptive..?
and yup 1.410 + 0.005 biggrin.gif
the settings are in your manual. manual is a fixed vcore setting and you should disable CPU SVID since there is no reason to have the cpu and vrms communicating. Offset applies the offset voltage across the entire vid line, so the mV are added to the idle VID and to the turbo VID(s). Adaptive applies the offset value to the entire VID line, but only applies the turbo voltage when turbo multipliers kick in.

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I have kept my cpu's for like 5 years smile.gif i only put on for a few hours a day, do you think i will be ok, i know keeping pc on 24/7 will wear the cpu down more.
Actually... this is an interesting question. power cycling the kit is more stressful than sitting at idle. And the majority of component failures "show up" during a cold start.
One more time guys... idle voltage (within reason of course) has no impact on durability... current kills.
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My CPU's been quite busy doing work since I got it. Originally it was all the stress test testing, now I've got other work that will still take a while to finish...

 

 

CPU's sufficient, but still crawlin'

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the settings are in your manual. manual is a fixed vcore seting and you should disable CPU SVID since there is no reason to have the cpu and vrms communicating. Offset applies the offest voltage across the entire vid line, so the mV are added to the idle VID and to the turbo VID(s). Adaptive appliex the offset value to the entire VID line, but only applies the turbo voltage when turbo multipliers kick in.
Actually... this is an interesting question. power cycling the kit is more stressful than sitting at idle. And the majority of component failures "show up" during a cold start.
One more time guys... idle voltage (within reason of course) has no impact on durability... current kills.

I see, so a idle votage of 1.33 is no worse than a idle voltage of 0.5 correct.
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I see, so a idle votage of 1.33 is no worse than a idle voltage of 0.5 correct.
asked and answered... wink.gif
no worse in terms of durability.
Edited by Jpmboy - 11/4/15 at 7:47am
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y... current kills.

Even if idle volts is say 1.6v? - what is the current @ idle if cpuv is @ 1.6v? - the resistance load of the cpu at idle is ??
From my ee days - amp = watt / volt smile.gif
You know I think hwinfo shows a set of wattage numbers for this - is hwinfo accurate? Don't think I've seen current in hwinfo. rolleyes.gif

edit - so is there no advantage to having low idle volts otherr than visual gratification of low idle temps? frown.gif

edit edit - what does the intel product spec say about current limits?
Edited by SteveRo - 11/4/15 at 7:55am
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