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Could you extrapolate? lol Doesn't really answer my question.
A load on a power source can cause a drop in voltage. If the board supports LLC then turn it on, up whatever. Will try and keep the voltage on target.

If not then your other choice is to use a higher base voltage.

From what I understand the VID is whats hardcoded for that speed. Nice guideline but can be too low or too high.
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A load on a power source can cause a drop in voltage. If the board supports LLC then turn it on, up whatever. Will try and keep the voltage on target.

If not then your other choice is to use a higher base voltage.

From what I understand the VID is whats hardcoded for that speed. Nice guideline but can be too low or too high.
What messes me up is trying to understand whether to use - or + offset and how to figure it out.. I have a feeling that my current manual vcore of 1.320 is going to be a keeper. But when I switch it to offset I get lost...
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Evening OCN long time reader first time poster here . Started overclocking my 2500k tonight using offset voltage and my first goal is 4.5 Ghz. It's running fine so far currently testing at 1.33v but i noticed something strange, it won't downclock when idle and thats the whole reason i used the offset method in the first place. I have checked around in bios but cant find any reason as to why i wouldent idle at 1.6 ghz. So i was hoping someone a little more experienced would know what could cause this .

Edit: Found the problem still had CPU C1E set to Auto
Enable epu power saving and speedstep.
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Enable epu power saving and speedstep.
got it to work with swapping CPU C1E from auto to enabled, epu power saving is disabled atm would i gain anything from enabling it?
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got it to work with swapping CPU C1E from auto to enabled, epu power saving is disabled atm would i gain anything from enabling it?
If your chip downclocks with c1e then that fine. Epu might not gain you anything. It just might " save you power" and a few pennies with your electric bill
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What messes me up is trying to understand whether to use - or + offset and how to figure it out.. I have a feeling that my current manual vcore of 1.320 is going to be a keeper. But when I switch it to offset I get lost...
Wondering what monitoring software that is on the left side there?

Sorry tried to PM you, but no luck.
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Wondering what monitoring software that is on the left side there?

Sorry tried to PM you, but no luck.
Off topic but it's ForceX System Monitor working in conjunction with Rainmeter.
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right think i got everything right this time,
13 hours prime blend test.
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I am a firm believer in that 24 hours is needed, not 12, for a overclock to be considered stable as there are errors that only happen at the 16+ hour mark. However, 48 hours is overkill and won't make people in Africa have food. The makers of Prime95 state that 24 hours is required and nothing about going further.
I thought you were referring to a certain type of errors exclusive to that time period. Hence my question.
    
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What messes me up is trying to understand whether to use - or + offset and how to figure it out.. I have a feeling that my current manual vcore of 1.320 is going to be a keeper. But when I switch it to offset I get lost...
Just need to do trial and error. Open up Prime95 and then open up CPU-Z, when on Prime, look at your load Vcore~ (obviously if you BSOD before you can see this, add Vcore in +0.005 steps)

If you're over your sweetspot, subtract, if you're under~ add. Though you'll notice you need less vCore on offset typically than you do with manual mode.

I don't know why this is specifically.



In other news, on my way to a pretty sweet OC. What you guys think? Should I go for 12 with this? XD
Edited by Inverse - 10/15/11 at 1:01am
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