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They manage it because Asus boards underreport voltage. Set your voltage at normal. Set offset at +.200 & you should be fine. Watch your temps. Voltage should be 1.10 or so at idle & 1.42 or so under load. Place more importance on how your apps run than any of those chip smoking utilities. IBT is the worst.

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1.3 is not enough in the real world. 1.3 on an Asus is probably closer to 1.5

You talking to me? Lol.

But everyone else has sub-1.3v when they run anything below 4.3
And 1.42v is way high for 4.2
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hamz, dont worry about mule. all he does is bash asus, ibt and p95. you might just have a volt hungry chip.
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My 2500k needed 1.392/1.400vcore on my p8z68 board when multi @ 46. It's a bit high voltage for that clock imo but it was ok.

My p8z68 was ruined by a failed flash and I got sabertooth z77 instead. Now my ******* chip needs 1.424vcore atleest!

So. Not only does the chip matter, but the bloody motherboard also has alot to say sometimes. Not always as I've heard people using almost identicle settings on new boards. But in my case I got ****ed in the butt by both intel (chip) and asus (mb). And it hurts like hell.

EDIT: Tonight I've been trying to find a new oc but I keep getting 101 bsod and atleest two times if not more, it has come when at the 21K FFT in Prime95. Anyone know what's so special about the 21K?
It's something like 2 hours in custom blend with 90% ram usage. Everytime.

EDIT2: At aprox 2 hours now I finally passed 21K fft's. Just hope I can get alot further (hopefully to 12 hours).
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You talking to me? Lol.

But everyone else has sub-1.3v when they run anything below 4.3
And 1.42v is way high for 4.2

These Asus buys can tell you about Asus. No bashing on Asus at all. But Gigabyte is a different deal, different bios options & definitely different voltage reporting. AS I said, use voltage offset instead of manual voltage & you'll enter a different world. Or, you can remain frustrated comparing numbers with the Asus guys & being disappointed. I'm at 4.9, Idle is 1.10-1.12, load is 1.44-1.50. Temps are 173 at the max. Now that is not runnig ibt. If someone can show me a purpose for ibt I might reconsider. Prime 95 is better, but I have still seen settings run P95 & choke transcoding a movie. If it will transcode a movie & play a youtube video simultaneously, I'm good.

PS Some folks are convinced that blck CAN NOT be changed. If you do, it will corrupt your hard drive & cause your kids diaper rash. Mine is @104.6 & it REALLY perks up performance. Some people have it over 105.0. My stability is fine & I'm still trying to figure out how the memory controller will corrupt the HD.

Good luck OCing.
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If its not stable bumping the bclk can send miscalculated data, pretty sure that's what they mean. Bclk clocking is just a lot more sensitive since a lot of stuff is tied to it.

My board and chip (p8z68 Deluxe) would allow up to 107MHz, beyond that no amount of voltage tweaks makes it stable.
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1.3 is not enough in the real world. 1.3 on an Asus is probably closer to 1.5



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That just shows how that Mule guy is known to assume things (troll) smile.gif
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That just shows how that Mule guy is known to assume things (troll) smile.gif

as i stated, he bashes asus, ibt and p95. to be honest though, asus DID have a problem reporting lower voltages than actual when the p67/z68 boards were first released. i DID read about this. its the reason i originally bought an msi p67a-gd65
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My chip did 1.320 for 4.5 on MSI and takes me 1.415 to do 4.5 on a gigabyte.

This is of course with proper settings meaning minimal droop, never a rise and 100% stable on all tests for 1hour or 100hours

Bad chip or bad board? frown.gif Who knows all I know is I hope the next chip I buy isn't such a dud!
  
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as i stated, he bashes asus, ibt and p95. to be honest though, asus DID have a problem reporting lower voltages than actual when the p67/z68 boards were first released. i DID read about this. its the reason i originally bought an msi p67a-gd65

Oh ok. Which probably makes many entries in this thread invalid because of the huge difference between software and hardware monitored vcore.
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