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Hey I want to run a RAID0 for my OS drive what on-board HDD RAID controller is faster? please pm me if you have bench marked them. THANKS!

Wait... you can raid the SATA6gb and one of the SATA3gb controllers correct?
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This Guide is the most direct, to the point, overclocking guide for our CPU & MB that I've found. It's the one that gave me the numbers and options that really got me started.
Thank you! This seems like it will be really helpful. +rep
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If I manually set the Voltage in the Bios (for overclocking), Will my Voltage not go down when C1E goes active?
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If I manually set the Voltage in the Bios (for overclocking), Will my Voltage not go down when C1E goes active?
Correct.

Use the voltage offset function.

Wrote about it a long time ago here

http://www.overclock.net/8619345-post755.html
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Only thing affects the voltage is the load line if you have it off it will change when idle and load. Using offset or the other options has never change my voltages.
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^^^Read the link in the post above yours.

Using C1E, and voltage offset allows the voltage to drop under idle conditions. My processor idles at 1.048v 12x200 and scales to 21x200 1.272v using these options.
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Speedstep +C1E+ Offset voltage control. Works like a charm for me.
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speedstep +c1e+ offset voltage control. Works like a charm for me.
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Offset Voltage = Load line calibration?
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Offset Voltage = Load line calibration?
No.

CPU Voltage Control....................[Offset]

Here are settings that worked for me @ 4.0, even though they are listed for 3.8, use these as a base.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...l#post11680913

This is how much voltage I use at idle.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1655251

Sizzle pointed me in the right direction.
Edited by 2010rig - 2/21/11 at 7:50am
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