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    For those who might be interested my (preliminary) results working on a Maximus V Extreme OFFSET OC for 4.7G and 4.8G

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    What is the max "VID" for a I 3570 K on a Maximus V Gene ? I don't want to damage the CPU or MOB.
    Maximus V Gene. Intel I5 3570k overclocked to 4200, Samsung 128 gb SSD 840 pro with Win 7 HP 64, Intel 520 SSD 120 gb with Win 8 pro 64. 16 gig 1600 Partriot ram ( 2 ea 8 gb). Asus GTX 660 TOP graphics card. Corsair AX750 watt ps. Corsair 650D case. Corsair H100i cooler with 2 fans. Using BIOS 1802.

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    We recommend that you set Load-line Calibration to 75% if using Offset Mode to control Vcore.
    Now my OC is:

    turbo multiplier: 44
    vCore offset: -0.015
    Cpu PLL: 1.5
    spread spectrum: auto
    LLC: high (50%)
    Cpu fixed frequency: 350
    Cpu power phase control: ASUS Optimized
    CPU current capability: 130%
    C3 report: auto
    C6 report: auto
    package c state support: auto

    And everything looks stable, do I still need to follow that recommendation?

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    Could someone help me out here?
    I have a Sabertooth Z87 so the BIOS looks a bit different from ROGs. When I want to use Offset Mode, I don't get to chose a percentage, but instead a + or - voltage. I figured setting it to - and 0.200 should translate to "Do not go below 1.000V if the set voltage is 1.200V" but instead it didn't even boot
    Anyone who can explain to me how to use this tool properly?
    -Thx!

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    Quote Originally Posted by F41LH34D View Post
    Could someone help me out here?
    I have a Sabertooth Z87 so the BIOS looks a bit different from ROGs. When I want to use Offset Mode, I don't get to chose a percentage, but instead a + or - voltage. I figured setting it to - and 0.200 should translate to "Do not go below 1.000V if the set voltage is 1.200V" but instead it didn't even boot
    Anyone who can explain to me how to use this tool properly?
    -Thx!
    That value is to high! It should be 0.0nnnn (like 0.05v what i have). Try with 0.02 or 0.01. The color code of the numbers show what the save values are! (red is out of range!)

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    hello every one,

    i have a big trouble.
    i used the suggested instruction but what happened? i am using 3ds max and if i wonna render something the clock rate i lower the the original clock frequency.

    you will see in the following pic what i am mean

    thanks for any support



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    Not sure I understand your post entirely, but if the CPU is downclocking when you run 3DS max it may be because the CPU is getting too hot. Check CPU temps.

    -Raja

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    first: sorry for my bad english.
    second: thank you for your answer

    the cpu temp i permanently 92 Celsius.
    so what can i do, to Keep the overclock permanently on 4.7 ghz?
    i am using a very good and big cpu cooler. (PHANTEKS PH-TC14PE)

    thank you

    best regards

    elvis

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    The CPU is too hot, you need better cooling to reduce the CPU temperature and keep the frequency at 4.7G. The only other way is to use less Vcore, but then if the CPU is not stable you won't be able to run 3DS Max.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array RickSinGA PC Specs
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    hmmmmm......Offset Voltage: sounds interesting, I wonder what that does? And here I am; with more questions now that I have some idea of what that is and how it effects my build.

    Background: I have been doing basic tweaks, actually copying other OC's, for a few years. I knew there had to be more to it, although I have had my i7-2600k running at 4.5GHz+ for a few years I was afraid of the constant high voltage. I am not inexperienced at tweaking the BIOS but there are many things in there that I simply do not understand enough to fiddle with. I called a friend who is more knowledge about systems than I am and he found this site and thread.

    I want to thank Celty for his detailed explanation of "Offset Voltage". It only took me 2 days for the light-bulb to finally glow with enough light for me to see! I am not the brightest bulb in the pack fyi.

    That said; I now find the question "what do the other options in AITWEAK and ADVANCED really mean and how do they interact; are there some that work in relationship to each other?" skipping thru my mind? and; Are some better left alone, others that have to be married to others?

    Is there a guide, so to speak, that goes into detail about these options and maybe explains them in layman terms.. Utopia would be to explain their interactions when OC'ing an actual ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe (bios 2104) & i7-2600k combination.

    Ahh...... then on to memory; lol.

    Okay, you caught me, I am not using a ROG board; but it will be part of my next build. I just recently became aware of them although I have used ASUS boards, almost exclusively, for may years.

    Thanks for any help
    Rick S.
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