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I opened the original and it says 1.272

Thanks.

Synderman that vcore is a little high IMO. I would try to manually set it to 1.25 and put the multi at 45 and go from there. Let us know how it goes. thumb.gif
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That doesn't sound high to me.
     
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It does when you consider its 2500k at only 4.2 ghz and its auto. I have never seen where auto did not use way more than needed.

Either way only time will tell. biggrin.gif
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Thanks.

Synderman that vcore is a little high IMO. I would try to manually set it to 1.25 and put the multi at 45 and go from there. Let us know how it goes. thumb.gif

My problem is that I don't have the option for just Vcore. Apparently I'll have to change it via Dynamic Vcore. Here's a better screenshot (at 4.3GHz, auto) with my side monitors shut down:



That's a Prime95 Blend. After maybe one minute. Looks like Vcore got all the way up to 1.4. I'm gonna fiddle with some offsets and see if I can get the temps down
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Apparently you can change it if you switch it from auto to normal or manual. Although I can not confirm this but am searching on the net to find out. So far out of 5 threads no concrete answer lol.
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My problem is that I don't have the option for just Vcore. Apparently I'll have to change it via Dynamic Vcore. Here's a better screenshot (at 4.3GHz, auto) with my side monitors shut down:
That's a Prime95 Blend. After maybe one minute. Looks like Vcore got all the way up to 1.4. I'm gonna fiddle with some offsets and see if I can get the temps down
Wow, that is HOT! devil.gif

You can't change your v-core setting in the BIOS to manual and set it to whatever you want?
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Lol. I'm looking myself. I did get it adjusted down to 1.308V. Won't boot at 4.5GHz with that though. 4.3GHz booted just fine though. Still seeing 85C+ in Prime Blend. Is {rime Blend too much stress to be testing with (should I just run a regular Prime 95)?

BWT, my mobo is a Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3. General consensus seems to be there is no Vcore option outside of dynamic from what I can find
Edited by Snyderman34 - 6/10/13 at 11:04am
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Hey I'm Jeff I love extreme overclocking but keep learning things along the way. Plus my 2500k is garbage 1.3 volts to keep 4.2 stable, but I just upgraded to haswell 4770k.
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Lol. I'm looking myself. I did get it adjusted down to 1.308V. Won't boot at 4.5GHz with that though. 4.3GHz booted just fine though. Still seeing 85C+ in Prime Blend. Is {rime Blend too much stress to be testing with (should I just run a regular Prime 95)?
My 2500k never got above 75 degrees at 5GHz at way more volts than that. I think there's something else going on. My 2700k hangs out in the mid 60s at 4.5GHz in a less than ideal case.
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Wow, that is HOT! devil.gif

You can't change your v-core setting in the BIOS to manual and set it to whatever you want?

Nope. It looks like I don't have the option to do it, which makes me a sad panda. I'm hoping I'm just missing it somewhere.
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My 2500k never got above 75 degrees at 5GHz at way more volts than that. I think there's something else going on. My 2700k hangs out in the mid 60s at 4.5GHz in a less than ideal case.

Hmm. Wonder if it's the cooler then? I have some TIM, so I may reseat it later and see if that helps
Edited by Snyderman34 - 6/10/13 at 11:14am
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