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I updated the BIOS of my X470 Gaming Pro and will check if the offset is there....

This was the only thing bothering me w/ my board.

Nice !
 

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I just got a B450I gaming plus ac and the bios from december has offset voltage options. Pretty happy with the board so far.
 

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About time.


Anyone with B450 Pro Carbon can test it out? Would make it the defacto standard for B450 boards , as pretty much all of them don't have BCLK.
 

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Just a feedback is the NB vsoc offset - broken? with + is OK is increasig but with - is still increasing instead of decreasing
Msi x470 gaming pro bios v16
 

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I've detected one bug with Offset voltage, and it is that with the same config the "reference voltage" to offset changes. I was on offset -0,050 getting 1.35v for 4.0GHz, one boot I was on reference 1.35 and getting 1.30v.
With offset sometimes reference voltage is 1.40 and others 1.35v....
 

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From what I saw, BLCK overclock can easily BRAKE components like ssd drives for minor gains. We are talking extra 5Mhz overclock at best without damaging components and likely reducind lifetime and reliability
 

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From what I saw, BLCK overclock can easily BREAK components like ssd drives for minor gains. We are talking extra 5Mhz overclock at best without damaging components and likely reducind lifetime and reliability
FIXED !!!
 

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I just got a B450I gaming plus ac and the bios from december has offset voltage options. Pretty happy with the board so far.
I have that same motherboard with the latest bios released in March, A06 I think. It has an offset line item in bios but it seems to do nothing regardless of whether I assign a negative or positive value and no matter what amount I enter for the offset it has no affect it seems. This board is paired with the R7 2700. Does it have to be an "X" CPU for the offset to work?

Has anyone gotten this to actually work?
 

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From what I saw, BLCK overclock can easily BRAKE components like ssd drives for minor gains. We are talking extra 5Mhz overclock at best without damaging components and likely reducind lifetime and reliability
You know you can overclock BCLK for the CPU only and leave DRAM + PCIE on stock.?
 

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yes, the addition of the offset voltage in MSI™ bios is a welcome.
be warned that if in Microsoft™ Windows™ and using the MSI™ Command center to change setting and click apply, the voltage will stack and set a voltage to a extreme setting.
I found my AMD™ Ryzen™ 7 1700 is able to handle 1.7v instead of the 1.2v stock setting, which is an extreme voltage overclock and is why MSI™ is number one in overclocking today.
Best regards,
MrPerforations
 
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