Like the program a lot. But can someone help me with something I can't understand. In sensor mode, one of the first things listed is:
Core #0 VID ... Core #3 VID. This value goes from 1.001V to 1.401V, depending on the clock speed and voltage. But it does not really match the Vcore set at the bios.
If I enable LLC, idle Vcore stays for example at 1.344V, but Core VID drops to 1.004V on all cores.
With LLC disabled and voltage offset enabled, idle Vcore is 0.960V, Core VID is 1.004V.
Same thing happens with another system with an AMD processor.
So, what is core vid, and should I care more about this value when overclocking?
With my 2600K, under load, I can see the Vcore at 1.32V and core VID at 1.365V.