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Ok Lil, post it...

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Ok Lil, post it...

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I guess I am older than you, so the kid word is mine...

Kiddo, I neither asked for your help, nor wanted to tune your system, I just asked you to post HCI at 4.4-3.8-3400CL13-14-14 and use 90% of your 64 GB.

Until then, you are a cheater, just as your boyfriend Scone the handsome and "stable" dude called me...
blocked.

(edit: and don't let my UserName fool you.)
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No screenshot from GSAT but usually one hour of gsat is good for up to 650% in hci..... at least from what i have seen.
I'm probably guna close it once i hit 450% not looking to run this 24/7.



The forums are much better when people are nice to each other and honestly u guys arguing about nothing is pretty childish.
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No screenshot from GSAT but usually one hour of gsat is good for up to 650% in hci..... at least from what i have seen.
I'm probably guna close it once i hit 450% not looking to run this 24/7.



The forums are much better when people are nice to each other and honestly u guys arguing about nothing is pretty childish.

Wasn't arguing about anything... but also wasn't claiming anyone was a cheater.

btw - nice ram OC. thumb.gif
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I've been using Dual Intelligent Processors 5 to help overclock my computer and I've been very confused on why my CPU Core Voltage measurements were not consistent with the settings I've set in the BIOS. A few pages back, I had asked for help and (sorry, forgot the username as I type this) suggested the VID could not be overwritten. I believe that information, though possibly correct, did not apply to my original question or problem. Apparently the Asus Dual Intelligent Processor 5 is not accurately reporting information when the system is under load.


During an Asus Realbench Stress Test, I opened up TPU within Dual Intelligent Processors 5 and the CPU Core Voltage was set to Adaptive, but the Offset Voltage was 0.300v and the OC Voltage was set to Default...my Voltage was being reported as 1.298v. This was NOT what I had set in the BIOS so I started to wonder what was going on. I opened CPU-Z and noticed the CPU Core Voltage was correctly being reported as 1.279v. I had my BIOS set to Adaptive, Offset Voltage 0.000v and OC Voltage of 1.280v.

So I stop the Realbench Stress Test and go back into TPU within Dual Intelligent Processors 5 and the CPU Core Voltage was being correctly reported as Adaptive, Offset Voltage 0.000v and OC Voltage of 1.280v...back to where it should be.

SO...either I don't understand whats going on within Asus' Dual Intelligent Processors 5 OR it's reporting inaccurate information. Either way, it's nice to see that even though I was chasing my tail trying to figure out why my voltage kept spiking higher than I had it set to, I trust CPU-Z's information to be a bit more accurate.

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I've been using Dual Intelligent Processors 5 to help overclock my computer and I've been very confused on why my CPU Core Voltage measurements were not consistent with the settings I've set in the BIOS. A few pages back, I had asked for help and (sorry, forgot the username as I type this) suggested the VID could not be overwritten. I believe that information, though possibly correct, did not apply to my original question or problem. Apparently the Asus Dual Intelligent Processor 5 is not accurately reporting information when the system is under load.


During an Asus Realbench Stress Test, I opened up TPU within Dual Intelligent Processors 5 and the CPU Core Voltage was set to Adaptive, but the Offset Voltage was 0.300v and the OC Voltage was set to Default...my Voltage was being reported as 1.298v. This was NOT what I had set in the BIOS so I started to wonder what was going on. I opened CPU-Z and noticed the CPU Core Voltage was correctly being reported as 1.279v. I had my BIOS set to Adaptive, Offset Voltage 0.000v and OC Voltage of 1.280v.

So I stop the Realbench Stress Test and go back into TPU within Dual Intelligent Processors 5 and the CPU Core Voltage was being correctly reported as Adaptive, Offset Voltage 0.000v and OC Voltage of 1.280v...back to where it should be.

SO...either I don't understand whats going on within Asus' Dual Intelligent Processors 5 OR it's reporting inaccurate information. Either way, it's nice to see that even though I was chasing my tail trying to figure out why my voltage kept spiking higher than I had it set to, I trust CPU-Z's information to be a bit more accurate.

During Load:
https://1drv.ms/i/s!ArBDC4AX_aIPuySmezLEA37L-rDb

During Idle:
https://1drv.ms/i/s!ArBDC4AX_aIPuyxtrZPlwTtBTBuE

Man... I though you made some headway. You're using that BS Auto overclock crap now?
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Man... I though you made some headway. You're using that BS Auto overclock crap now?

Not using it for "auto overclocking" but I was using the information it provided...at least until I realized it wasn't very accurate.

My original problem was that I had a very reliable overclock to 4.0ghz and it was running very cool at only 1.1800v while in Manual mode. As soon as I switched over to Adaptive mode, the voltage shot up to 1.298v regardless of whether I was at 4.0 or up to 4.3ghz. That just didn't make any sense to me so I asked the question and a user responded that I "could not bypass the VID set by Intel". I'm thinking now that my problem had nothing to do with the VID set by intel, but rather the tool I was using to show voltage. The Asus program is not accurately reporting.

Just throwing this out there to anyone else using the program...it's not very accurate!

On another note, I have been able to successfully overclock to 4.3ghz while staying under 1.350v (although now I need to go back and double check the actual voltage with cpu-z.) smile.gif

I'm sticking with 4.2ghz right now because it's been an incredibly hot summer in NY and I'd really like to avoid adding anymore heat to this room that I already have. 4.2ghz is stable and more than fast enough for anything I'm doing right now.
    
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Not using it for "auto overclocking" but I was using the information it provided...at least until I realized it wasn't very accurate.

My original problem was that I had a very reliable overclock to 4.0ghz and it was running very cool at only 1.1800v while in Manual mode. As soon as I switched over to Adaptive mode, the voltage shot up to 1.298v regardless of whether I was at 4.0 or up to 4.3ghz. That just didn't make any sense to me so I asked the question and a user responded that I "could not bypass the VID set by Intel". I'm thinking now that my problem had nothing to do with the VID set by intel, but rather the tool I was using to show voltage. The Asus program is not accurately reporting.

Just throwing this out there to anyone else using the program...it's not very accurate!

On another note, I have been able to successfully overclock to 4.3ghz while staying under 1.350v (although now I need to go back and double check the actual voltage with cpu-z.) smile.gif

I'm sticking with 4.2ghz right now because it's been an incredibly hot summer in NY and I'd really like to avoid adding anymore heat to this room that I already have. 4.2ghz is stable and more than fast enough for anything I'm doing right now.

Oh okay. Lol I was like "This dude was doing so well and now this!?".

4.2ghz is great. Won't have any issues there. Play with it for now and do some custom watercooling and a portable ac beside it. You'll hit 4.4 then most likely. smile.gif
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I've been using Dual Intelligent Processors 5 to help overclock my computer and I've been very confused on why my CPU Core Voltage measurements were not consistent with the settings I've set in the BIOS. A few pages back, I had asked for help and (sorry, forgot the username as I type this) suggested the VID could not be overwritten. I believe that information, though possibly correct, did not apply to my original question or problem. Apparently the Asus Dual Intelligent Processor 5 is not accurately reporting information when the system is under load.


During an Asus Realbench Stress Test, I opened up TPU within Dual Intelligent Processors 5 and the CPU Core Voltage was set to Adaptive, but the Offset Voltage was 0.300v and the OC Voltage was set to Default...my Voltage was being reported as 1.298v. This was NOT what I had set in the BIOS so I started to wonder what was going on. I opened CPU-Z and noticed the CPU Core Voltage was correctly being reported as 1.279v. I had my BIOS set to Adaptive, Offset Voltage 0.000v and OC Voltage of 1.280v.

So I stop the Realbench Stress Test and go back into TPU within Dual Intelligent Processors 5 and the CPU Core Voltage was being correctly reported as Adaptive, Offset Voltage 0.000v and OC Voltage of 1.280v...back to where it should be.

SO...either I don't understand whats going on within Asus' Dual Intelligent Processors 5 OR it's reporting inaccurate information. Either way, it's nice to see that even though I was chasing my tail trying to figure out why my voltage kept spiking higher than I had it set to, I trust CPU-Z's information to be a bit more accurate.

During Load:
https://1drv.ms/i/s!ArBDC4AX_aIPuySmezLEA37L-rDb

During Idle:
https://1drv.ms/i/s!ArBDC4AX_aIPuyxtrZPlwTtBTBuE


In my experience, the entire AISuite software program is completely useless, and often a hindrance. Anything you can do with it can be achieved through the bios, more simply, more effectively, and without the bloated software. I would recommend uninstalling it completely.
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Not using it for "auto overclocking" but I was using the information it provided...at least until I realized it wasn't very accurate.

My original problem was that I had a very reliable overclock to 4.0ghz and it was running very cool at only 1.1800v while in Manual mode. As soon as I switched over to Adaptive mode, the voltage shot up to 1.298v regardless of whether I was at 4.0 or up to 4.3ghz. That just didn't make any sense to me so I asked the question and a user responded that I "could not bypass the VID set by Intel". I'm thinking now that my problem had nothing to do with the VID set by intel, but rather the tool I was using to show voltage. The Asus program is not accurately reporting.

Just throwing this out there to anyone else using the program...it's not very accurate!

On another note, I have been able to successfully overclock to 4.3ghz while staying under 1.350v (although now I need to go back and double check the actual voltage with cpu-z.) smile.gif

I'm sticking with 4.2ghz right now because it's been an incredibly hot summer in NY and I'd really like to avoid adding anymore heat to this room that I already have. 4.2ghz is stable and more than fast enough for anything I'm doing right now.

What your looking for is Adaptive mode with 0 or 0.001 offset and your target voltage as the "max turbo voltage". You've probably been told that already though...

Don't forget that multiple monitoring programs \can mess with each others readings. Pick one and use it exclusively.(Hint:Don't use AISuite)

Also I managed to get 4.3 stable at 1.325 on my chip, so lower voltages are possible! Keep trying! smile.gif
    
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