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Not sure where to start here. Where you at and where are you trying to get to ?

Offset voltage control is just a way to adjust the voltage by adding voltage to the stock voltage. It is the only way that you can overclock and still get full use of the power saving features of speedstep and C1E which allows the CPU multiplier & voltage to drop when not under full load.

I have a stock load voltage of 1.25v. If run 3.8Ghz with the offset voltage set to .075v, Vdroop of around .08v, So I end up a little undervolted a little for a load voltage of ~1.24v... Not sure if that helps.

Much has been written about this sort of overclock in this thread if you look back threw the pages.
Look through 460 pages?

But I got told that 1,28v is really not alot of Volts, should I just keep it there at all times anyway? having the voltages jump up and down all the time at load isnt healthy for it I would imagine.
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Look through 460 pages?
Good luck lol
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I modded the newest bios for -P and -E boards with the new Intel Rapid Storage Technology Option ROM v10.0.0.1046 i tested both the bios on my -e but ofcourse its try it at your own risk.
Balwolf I am using your modded -E bios and noticed that Intel have now released a newer driver version of the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology version:10.1.0.1008.

Is it best update to the latest version of the driver?
    
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Look through 460 pages?
You may have a point. Anyhow there are several of us running this sort of overclock. If you have specific questions I'm sure myself or others would be glad to help you out. I'm just a little unsure what you are looking for.

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But I got told that 1,28v is really not alot of Volts, should I just keep it there at all times anyway?
I see now in your sig that that is 1.28v for 4.2 and that is very nice if it's stable.

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having the voltages jump up and down all the time at load isnt healthy for it I would imagine.
This is the way the chip was designed to work just at a higher overclocked frequency and without turbo. It runs fine with the power saving features and is certainly not any less healthy then running at full overclock and higher voltage all the time. If this is the sort of overclock you would like just know that it is very doable but just takes using some different settings with the Offset voltage. If not, that is ok too.

Your load voltage in CPU-Z really won't change. It will still take the same amount of voltage to get stable at full load. It is just how you set it that changes and that it will drop when not at full load.
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Ok. I enabled LLC and dropped down offset voltage to 0.225. Now my load voltage is 1.36. When I return home (about a week) I will continue experimenting.
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Well, since I've heard of the numerous nightmares people experienced with the PCI-e SSDs, I opted for a SATA III SSD instead. To my disbelief, the original #s looked really good! I was seeing 390 MB/s (claims 420) sustained reads and 200 MB/s (claims 210) sustained writes. No RAID, just a 128GB Plextor hooked into the Marvell SATA III controller. The slower than claimed speeds could very well have to do with the fact that the OS, Crystal3D, and an anti-virus program were all running at the same time.

I also upgraded my original RAID setup from 2-WD Caviar Black 1TB in RAID 0 to 4-WD Caviar Black 1TB drives in RAID 10. Used for slower programs and documents. Shocker! The array is running at 590 MB/s sustained reads and 170 MB/s sustained writes.

To make a long story short, here's my SATA III SSD vs SATA II RAID 10 array:

Capacity - 128 GB vs. 2 TB
Redundancy - none vs. mirroring
Sustained Reads - 390 MB/s vs. 590 MB/s
Sustained Writes - 200 MB/s vs. 170 MB/s
Cost - $280 vs. $320

Interesting to say the least!
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@Hugo19941994

You have your memory listed as: Memory - Kingston HyperX DDR3 6GB @ 1600 8-8-7-20

Is that what you bought stock or the CAS 9 set overclocked to those timings?
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Ok. I enabled LLC and dropped down offset voltage to 0.225. Now my load voltage is 1.36. When I return home (about a week) I will continue experimenting.
Hey Hugo,

I mentioned using LLC more as a way to show you what LLC does. For 24/7 use however, you should avoid using LLC as it breaks the power design of the processor...i.e. Intel did not design for it to run that way.

The only true voltage that matters is the load voltage....Don't let the values in the BIOS scare you. Bottom line is you will have to boot up your pc, run a stress test, and figure out what a given load voltage is for a given BIOS set voltage, and then play from there. As long as you are staying within Intel guidelines and/or what you are comfortable with.
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Well, since I've heard of the numerous nightmares people experienced with the PCI-e SSDs, I opted for a SATA III SSD instead. To my disbelief, the original #s looked really good! I was seeing 390 MB/s (claims 420) sustained reads and 200 MB/s (claims 210) sustained writes. No RAID, just a 128GB Plextor hooked into the Marvell SATA III controller. The slower than claimed speeds could very well have to do with the fact that the OS, Crystal3D, and an anti-virus program were all running at the same time.

I also upgraded my original RAID setup from 2-WD Caviar Black 1TB in RAID 0 to 4-WD Caviar Black 1TB drives in RAID 10. Used for slower programs and documents. Shocker! The array is running at 590 MB/s sustained reads and 170 MB/s sustained writes.

To make a long story short, here's my SATA III SSD vs SATA II RAID 10 array:

Capacity - 128 GB vs. 2 TB
Redundancy - none vs. mirroring
Sustained Reads - 390 MB/s vs. 590 MB/s
Sustained Writes - 200 MB/s vs. 170 MB/s
Cost - $280 vs. $320

Interesting to say the least!
And very important for the SSD is the 0.1ms access time vs the what 6ms for the regular HD?
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@Hugo19941994

You have your memory listed as: Memory - Kingston HyperX DDR3 6GB @ 1600 8-8-7-20

Is that what you bought stock or the CAS 9 set overclocked to those timings?
I bought the CAS9 RAM and OCed it. Im not that impressed with them. They wont boot up at anything higher than 1600 even when I set looser timings...

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Ok, then I will set the bios to disable LLC and set 0.3 again. Thanks for the help!
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