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So, should I set Phase Control to Extreme and just run at v1.29 the entire time? Would this lower my CPU's life or cause Degradation over voltage scaling at Idle?

Also to answer connection, I'm running a Noctua NH-D14.

Edit: Ok, now I'm just confused, looking back I think there was a misunderstanding. I managed to get Offset to work at exactly v1.288. It ran fine for 12 Hours of Prime95 Blend. However, I start experience BSODs when the computer is doing things that require less load (Youtube, League of Legends). This also happened when I ran at v1.29 with Manual Voltage instead of Offset.

I've ruled out corruption and drivers. I've also ruled out memory because I'm currently running at 1600 MHz 9-9-9-24-1T with my CPU at stock settings and I've yet to experience a BSOD in 2 days.

I can only assume this is caused by instability at lower clocks due to my voltage scaling. At 100% Load its v1.280 - v1.288 and at idle its v0.955. I could turn Phase Control to extreme and have it run at v1.28 24/7, however it would never downclock to 1.6 GHz at idle and that's something that concerns me due to degradation and CPU life.


Exactly the problem I found with offset voltage. To compensate I had to raise Vcore so that my idle/less than 100% load voltage was more so it wouldn't crash. This resulted in a higher than needed voltage for 100% load stability.
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But wouldn't I have to do the same when using Manual Voltage settings? I'm stable at 100% load with v1.288. However because of LLC, I have I drop to v1.25, so I have to raise my VCore up another .04. So in order to maintain v1.288 at %100 Load, I have to run IDLE at v1.33
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But wouldn't I have to do the same when using Manual Voltage settings? I'm stable at 100% load with v1.288. However because of LLC, I have I drop to v1.25, so I have to raise my VCore up another .04. So in order to maintain v1.288 at %100 Load, I have to run IDLE at v1.33
Instead of raising vCore, use a higher LLC setting.

As far as the fixed vs offset, I was never able to find a truly stable offset. Either it would blue screen at load, idle, or somewhere in between. I didn't find a value that would be stable for all three. I probably could have if I wanted to pump more voltage than necessary, but that defeats the purpose.
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3xvicious - Bottom line is, using offset will require you to use a higher vcore than manual, using manual will require you to use less, however llc should be set to higher to compensate the vdrop under load.

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Hey munaim1, seeing you have the same mobo as me. Can you explain VRM frequency and CPU PLL voltage to me? Thanks in advance. ( I have BIOS 1502)
VRM is the voltage regulator module, iirc increasing this setting allows the digital vrms to become more responsive towards changes in the cpu load.

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A processing device includes a Phase Locked Loop (PLL) system with an adjustable power supply designed to track the power supply provided to one or more of the cores in the processor device. The PLL no longer operates at a fixed voltage level that is held constant and independent from the requested core frequency or the core digital voltage, but rather the power supply to the phase locked loop is adjusted along with the main power supply to the processor core.
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Last question before heading off to class.

If I set my LLC to Ultra (75%), I have to set my VCore to v1.29 to hit v1.280 under Load.

Essentially...

BIOS: v.129
Idle: v1.296
Load: v1.280 - v1.288

However, it looks like if I set my LLC to Extreme (100%) it does the opposite. My VCore when idle is actually lower than my VCore under Load.

So under LLC Extreme...

BIOS: v1.28
Idle: v1.28
Load: v1.288 - v1.296

Which is the better setting?
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I'd say Ultra High. It's generally considered bad if LLC raises your vCore under load.
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Last question before heading off to class.

If I set my LLC to Ultra (75%), I have to set my VCore to v1.29 to hit v1.280 under Load.

Essentially...

BIOS: v.129
Idle: v1.296
Load: v1.280 - v1.288

However, it looks like if I set my LLC to Extreme (100%) it does the opposite. My VCore when idle is actually lower than my VCore under Load.

So under LLC Extreme...

BIOS: v1.28
Idle: v1.28
Load: v1.288 - v1.296

Which is the better setting?
BIOS: v.129
Idle: v1.296
Load: v1.280 - v1.288

Set it ultra, for me extreme spikes the voltage too high. If its not stable increase the voltage by 0.01.
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Ok, I left it running for over 22 hrs So I gues its stable?

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Ok, I left it running for over 22 hrs So I gues its stable?

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Added btw are you running 6GB?
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Just a update on the spreadsheet, I added another sheet to show the overclock in order. This should help some people when figuring out what overclock can be achieved with a set amount of voltage. Please do remember that all cpu's are different and this shows proof of it.
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