Originally Posted by munaim1
sorry bud, I thought you had the same mobo as me
How many levels of LLC do you have, if 10, then I believe that 6/7 works better. In regards to OFFSET work your way up from 0.2v, in what increments does it go up?
I also read that LLC gets disabled or something along those lines when using offset on gigabyte mobo's, not sure if that applies to your's.
Also mine is set to 0.150+ and llc high and my voltage under load is 1.472/1.480.
Could you post a screenie of your bios please.
whats wrong with the 4.8ghz stable? what problems are you having with 4.5?
No worries, I don't expect you to remember every setting on every different motherboard.
I have 10 levels of LLC, it was set to level 4 but I've just realised that it is greyed out now that I have offset voltage enabled.
Also, I tried using +0.09V which resulted in a 1.31V Vcore under light load in Windows, and instead of a complete shutdown when running Prime95, I got a lock-up followed by a 124 BSoD, which I guess is progress. But ~1.31V is completely stable in manual mode, or at the very least stable enough to withstand a good length of Prime95 - no instant lock-ups at all.
Offset goes up in increments of 0.005V.
Here's the voltage control page of the BIOS, let me know if you want pictures of other pages:
Yeah, C1E and EIST are set to enabled.Edited by Ellis - 9/21/11 at 11:15am