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post #10421 of 16718
Ok what am I missing here? I'd like it to downclock and use less voltages




post #10422 of 16718
That's almost 1.5v man rolleyes.gif
Also I think you have to set the DRAM manually, DOCP might get the CPU in OC mode.
post #10423 of 16718
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Originally Posted by huyee View Post

That's almost 1.5v man rolleyes.gif
Also I think you have to set the DRAM manually, DOCP might get the CPU in OC mode.

Temps aren't an issue though, should I back it down?

post #10424 of 16718
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Temps aren't an issue though, should I back it down?
On you if you are comfortable with it. Suggested 24/7 daily driver is about 1.4v I believe. That temp sure is nice though mine is hovering around 4x on minimal load using an X62 mad.gif
post #10425 of 16718
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Temps aren't an issue though, should I back it down?


First of all, DOCP will not get your CPU in OC-Mode, you're fine there.

Second, 1.48V is way too high. If you want to win some Benchmarks, ok, if you want to use the PC for gaming or work a couple of hours a day, 1.45V is the limit. If you want to use it 24/7 1.35V is the limit.

Edit: Your VID is even showing 1.55V, which is critical. On the other side you only have 100W package power, with 1.5V you should see more around 150W and then the temps would be different.
Did you try a stress test like IBT, prime, y-cruncher or RB? If not, that's how you find a stable setup. Set the voltage to something between 1.35V and 1.45V (means offset +0.12-0.22V) and the FID of p0 to 3.8-4.0GHz. Leave IBT running for like 15min and see if it's stable.
And maybe use HWinfo, It's probably more accurate than the Tool you're using. smile.gif
Look at the SVI2 CPU Voltage.
Edited by TwoBeers - 4/20/17 at 4:14pm
post #10426 of 16718
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Ok what am I missing here? I'd like it to downclock and use less voltages
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post #10427 of 16718
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Any word on next official bios release date?

*Uses some wierd hocus pocus voodoo to make this invisible only to Elmor*
post #10428 of 16718
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Ok what am I missing here? I'd like it to downclock and use less voltages






first, you dont need to disable the last many pstates. it could also have an undesired effect.
second, if you changed any of the pstate VIDs, manually change them back, then save and restart. ignore the 'nothing was changed message' and continue.

editing of pstate 0 is all thats nessessary/logical at this point. VID in pstate cant be changed or it all borks. changing vid of pstate 1 and beyond especially will lock you at the lowest one changed until you revert it.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/20/17 at 4:38pm
post #10429 of 16718
Ok, Just flashed the 0003 bios, and after I had changed my trousers, had to clr cmos after getting stuck on 94 with the white LED..
Last time I saw this message was a bad day, lol.



I set 3200 with 14 14 14 14 34 timings, confirmed with CPUZ.
Shut down and switched off power for about a minute then re applied power and pressed the go button.
Rapidly reset itself once and then booted into windows at 3200 with cl14 timings.

It has never managed that from a powered off state before. The rapid restart is alarming but it did that before anyway.
I'll see what it does in the morning when its been off all night. Tonight is a good test because it is meant to fall to 1ºC overnight.
I Believe!!
Edited by dorbot - 4/20/17 at 4:52pm
post #10430 of 16718
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

changing vid of pstate 1 and beyond especially will lock you at the lowest one changed until you revert it.

Not necessarily true, right now you can't change VID p0, as we already know, or it will leave you in a state between p0 and p1 the whole time.

But you can change the VID of p1 and p2, as long as you don't set too low. I would advise to not change p1 at all but for power saving purposes change the VID of p2 to something around 0.6V (including offset).
If you set your Vcore offset to +01V. for example, you can set the VID of p2 to 0.55V.
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