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Fixed Mode or Offset mode Question

Last response: in Overclocking
March 4, 2012 2:54:47 PM

Hi everyone ,
wanted to know the differences between these option and the one that is better to use for a 24/7 OC

found out that 1.38 was the voltage needed for my 2500K@4.8 to be able to Run IBT tests without failing .

so the options that i have are as follows ...

1- Fixed Mode => Vcore 1.42 + Level 3 Vdroop

2- Fixed Mode => Vcore 1.38 + Level 2 Vdroop

3-Offset Mode => +0.015 + Level 2 Vdroop

4-Offset Mode => +0.035 + Level 3 Vdroop

when running IBT & Hardware Monitor , the CPU will run @ 1.38V when stressed , so i wanted to know if there;s any difference between these setting ( since they all result in the same 1.38 ) and wich one should i keep , Thanks !

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March 4, 2012 6:21:35 PM

it's a different Load Line Calibration (Asus boards ),i assume you have Asrock or GB board (Level) which is there to combat Vdroop
read this ,it should explain few things
March 4, 2012 6:45:41 PM

i didn;t know that C"x" CPU technologies had effects on SSD Performance !
Very Helpful link indeed , thanks
March 4, 2012 6:45:54 PM

Best answer selected by SkyWalker1726.