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Originally Posted by Zaen View Post

You right, different builders have different config/settings for about the same results.
Offset goes too high of a Vcore for me atm, sticking to manual until next bios update for my mobo.
Been reading other threads and i might have this bios adaptive/offset figured out. When i get home from work, were i am atm, will check to see x264 16T 52loops has passed on my new manual OC x46 manual 1,430Vcore, LLC5, max Vcore in HWinfo of 1,456V, if it has, wich i believe so since i passed with those settings OCCT last night, i will run realbench cpu stress test for another 8h with 16GB memory available for it, followed by memtest. After all that, so... by tomorrow night, i will check some adaptive settings and see if that get's me the VRM low temps and low Vcore i want for these OC settings i currently have for manual.

One thing has left me scratching my head is OCCT doesn't register above 3,5MHz although HWinfo says otherwise. Not sure if it's a program bug or if i need to set something in it's options.

Adaptive isnt magic, the vcore will still need to be that high to get the oc stable?
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Adaptive isnt magic, the vcore will still need to be that high to get the oc stable?
Yes - the full load voltage should not be different. Just idle will be ~ o.8V
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Hmmpf. Wonder why they don't put it on the US site? It's like a shell game, which site will have the update. lol.
But, thanks!

Also not all OS versions have the new bios released at the same time.

I wish we had an email notification option (at Asus site) when a new BIOS is released smile.gif
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Anyone got Adaptive working on the VIII Hero? I can't even get it to boot. Do I need to add some Offset aswell?
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Anyone got Adaptive working on the VIII Hero? I can't even get it to boot. Do I need to add some Offset aswell?
Adaptive works boots for me. W/WO offset.
What BIOS version? 902, 1001, 1002 1102 all boot fine, although some have other problems.

EDIT: to change BIOS version
Edited by mandrix - 11/10/15 at 3:31am
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1001. Where did you get 1002? Won't even post for me in adaptive. I have to reset CMOS to even get back in the BIOS settings.
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1001. Where did you get 1002? Won't even post for me in adaptive. I have to reset CMOS to even get back in the BIOS settings.
Someone else found it on the global site...here's the link.
https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/MAXIMUS-VIII-HERO/HelpDesk_Download/

But I think you got some other problem going on, since this is the first I've heard of not booting in Adaptive mode.
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1001. Where did you get 1002? Won't even post for me in adaptive. I have to reset CMOS to even get back in the BIOS settings.

I think this was just a typo. I just checked ASUS' site and see that BIOS version 1102 is available Maximus VIII Hero.
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Anybody know how to stress test a "per core" OC so that the 1 and 2 core clocks are given a proper beating? So, I have a 48/47/46/46 OC with 3466c16 OC on the ram. The usual suspect stessors seem to only test the 4-core clock (4.6)?
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Anybody know how to stress test a "per core" OC so that the 1 and 2 core clocks are given a proper beating? So, I have a 48/47/46/46 OC with 3466c16 OC on the ram. The usual suspect stessors seem to only test the 4-core clock (4.6)?

I think it can be done with prime95, setting 1 worker for 1 core?
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