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3930K vcore doesnt change

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July 26, 2012 1:42:46 AM

for example,

my turbo is 4.3ghz and vcore is 1.27v


my idle is 1.2ghz but the vcore stays at 1.27v


how to make the vcore lower when it's idle and still keep it at 1.27v when on turbo?


because if i put vcore on auto, it stays at 1.32v at all times and my temperature is too high at 1.32v ~75C+



the system:
cpu: 3930k SR0KY
mobo: Asus p9x79
ram: Ballistix 1333mhz 2x8gb and one 4gb 1333mhz pny


sorry, i will try searching also to find the answer. Thank you.




















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July 26, 2012 1:58:12 AM

Use Offset mode.
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July 26, 2012 7:00:24 AM

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July 26, 2012 7:20:52 AM

DJDeCiBeL said:
Use Offset mode.



yes that worked!

my settings:










at high performance:
load 1.240v
idle 1.256v
highest temp when stress testing 69C but below 70C

heatsink: hyper212 evo
fan front push
fan rear pull


Thanks again
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January 24, 2014 5:35:04 AM

hppav said:
DJDeCiBeL said:
Use Offset mode.



yes that worked!

my settings:










at high performance:
load 1.240v
idle 1.256v
highest temp when stress testing 69C but below 70C

heatsink: hyper212 evo
fan front push
fan rear pull


Thanks again


Hey, i have exact same set up and i am not aiming for 4.2+ghz range so willl just copy or your settings for ahelathy future... One this i notice is that you dont touch the cpu load line calibration features like using 120% and medium or optimized... or do you?

U realize that your ddrams are set at 1333, will you take them back to 1600 mhz again?


Another thing: before i have read your post, i wen ahead and
set the vcore to manual, 1,3V

and using multiplier as 44(4400 mhz) and OCCT results had huge temp spikes for the "gray" "CPU" , it shows 160c for 1 mili seconds and OCCT stopped, and it kept temp as 70c at idle...wth? is that even possible?
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