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Nice!

Can you try downloading and using the latest beta from @Mumak this works great!


http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/4050_50#post_25949678

On my K7, VRM OUT (IRF chips) Sensors are closer to the CPU Sensor values than the ones reported by ITE chip.






Must explain why I wasn't able to see some definitive VCore traits when changing different LLC Levels a couple of days back as I was looking at the ITE Sensors.
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I'm a bit envious. What's the bios version are you using on that one?

Don't be.. some chips can clock good at lower Voltages, some can simply go further even if Voltages are high. My chip for example can no longer go further than 4.125 benching no matter what the Voltage. mad.gif
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Don't be.. some chips can clock good at lower Voltages, some can simply go further even if Voltages are high. My chip for example can no longer go further than 4.125 benching no matter what the Voltage. mad.gif

I've had troubles with 3.9Ghz but I think it's limited to BIOS most of the bsods I got were not CPU related by RAM. I'll have to keep pushing things.
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LOL what is going on with that water block mounting? That bolt is TWEAKED. Is that a penny for a washer? Hahahaha! biggrin.gif That looks like something I'd do.

Yes, he drilled a penny to use as a washer.


Also, on Gigabyte gaming 5, you need different offset values to achieve the same Vcore for 1700 compared to the X models.

Like, 0.00000 offset gets 1.18v vcore on 1700, but the same 0.00000 offset does 1.35ish vcore or so on 1700x/1800x.

Both of you, WRONG. biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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You guys said AM4 mountings holes dont fit AM3+ coolers tongue.gif



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nope.

No coins were harmed on the process. tongue.gif

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here i thought you used washers.

ironically you saved money using money.
regardless of the currency.


As per the offset, each chip has a given VID. VID + Offset = VCore.

 

That makes those washers more valuable than the 25 centavo face value :-)

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I'm a bit envious. What's the bios version are you using on that one?

First release. F3. LOL
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Nice!

Can you try downloading and using the latest beta from @Mumak this works great!


http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/4050_50#post_25949678

On my K7, VRM OUT (IRF chips) Sensors are closer to the CPU Sensor values than the ones reported by ITE chip.






Must explain why I wasn't able to see some definitive VCore traits when changing different LLC Levels a couple of days back as I was looking at the ITE Sensors.

For me hwinfo was a bit off still compared to my DMM but seems like even using the pinouts isnt totally accurate. HWinfo was really off under load for me though, showed 1.201 or something like that and dmm showed 1.258 so who really knows.
    
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I'm totally fine at 3.8 until with 2400 memory speeds once the kinks get ironed out smile.gif'


Sipping power and my office is cold lol


EDIT: I actually set the BIOS values of my 1700x which netted me a 0.90v boot voltage. It booted but wouldn't go into Windows.
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For me hwinfo was a bit off still compared to my DMM but seems like even using the pinouts isnt totally accurate. HWinfo was really off under load for me though, showed 1.201 or something like that and dmm showed 1.258 so who really knows.

If I can figure out the pinouts on the K7, I will have to dig into it. But common sense (no offense) that VRM Outputs should pretty well be the ballpark where VCore should be read anyway. ITE sensors were just way off.

You can't get 1.4 on the CPU end when VRM only pusshed out 1.33 can you? That's just my logic -- for now. thumb.gif
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First release. F3. LOL

I find that BIOS the best for OCing incredibly flexible. It's a bit buggy with metrics though it might not be showing the proper voltage. I'm waiting for the next stable BIOS.
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I find that BIOS the best for OCing incredibly flexible. It's a bit buggy with metrics though it might not be showing the proper voltage. I'm waiting for the next stable BIOS.

I find F3b better. thumb.gif
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