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Well, after recent gaming adventures, I don't really need the full 4.75GHz I had running, and decided to stick with a modest 4.3, and ramp it up If I ever need too.

Thing is, I set the multiplier to 43x, STRAP to 100MHz, and enable all C-States, and within windows, the CPU stays at 1.3v (I know, abit too much, need to get it to downvolt first)

So, any adive on getting it to downvolt properly? EIST is on
 

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I got it now, I had to use Offset voltage, or else not even stock speeds would down volt
 

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I got it now, I had to use Offset voltage, or else not even stock speeds would down volt
that's right, that's what it is, offset voltage, you got it mate
 

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Originally Posted by mtbiker033 View Post

that's right, that's what it is, offset voltage, you got it mate
Now stable at 4.3 @ 1.272v
I just did int need that extra power, im going to put 1.3v in, and so what I can get from FSB adjustments, my RAM is already at 2133MHz, so It will only be a bit
 
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