Originally Posted by geoxile
I thought you couldn't change the voltage in P-states with the current BIOSes, at least when I tried with P0 for my 1700 it defaulted to 2.6GHz or something instead of the regular turbo.
P0 VID will work if set lower than the default voltage but not higher. Also instead of using Offset for Vcore, using manual for a fixed voltage also works well just that no voltage drops will occur between the different PStates. For the 1700 owners I think I would recommend Manual if you have to set your voltages high just to prevent the 1.5v plus issue if the bios fails to post on startup with an overclock.
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