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    Nah, something wrong it reduces core voltage to 1.232-1.224

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    All right try a lower negative offset.

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    WHy we are trying to set up negative offset ??

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    If you say it's stable at 1.250v and it is drawing more voltage than that, you will want to use a negative offset until it reads 1.25v.

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    So I'm having a problem with this function. The offset is a good feature, lowers temperature and unnecessary stress on components during idle. However, Im confused on how this effects the VCCSA .. at low idle the vcore is at 0.894v but even using offset on the vccsa it remains pretty much static around 1.015v ~ 1.021v. I'm running 2400mhz memory, so I would like vccsa a bit higher (1.2~1.25), but doesn't vccsa pull it's power from the vcore ? .. not sure how to tigh this OC up.
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    ...meh, no answer oh well asus is quite dead, everyone is looking to evga for quality products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by golddubby View Post
    I'm running 2400mhz memory, so I would like vccsa a bit higher (1.2~1.25), but doesn't vccsa pull it's power from the vcore ?
    Hello

    VCCSA is its own rail. I suggest some reading as a refresher as to what the various settings and voltages do before changing them on a whim.

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    How would I overclock my asus G751jl

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    Any chance of getting the screenshots working again on Page 1?

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    Ok, so if i'm understanding it correctly. If i've set the boost voltage to 1.245. Offset is set to auto and +. Then it will still be able to increase the voltage beyond the 1.245 i've set. Starting a synthetic benchmark proves to me that the motherboard is allowing up to 1.359 as viewed in cpu-z while running aida64.
    So i was thinking, ok. Then why don't i just change the offset value to - instead. Then in theory it would never increase the voltage beyond the 1.245 i've set. Right ?
    But it does. cpu-z states the cpu is recieving the same 1.359. And i think 1.359 is too much, i don't like that.

    How would i set the offset so it's never ever allowed more voltage than the 1.245 that i've set ?

    Why do i want this. As far as i know, usually it's only synthetic benchmarks that use this increased overvoltage, but i've learned that other programs can do so as well. I just want to prevent my computer from running a program or game with overvoltage without my knowledge.
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