*Official* NBR Desktop Overclocker's Lounge [laptop owners welcome, too]

Discussion in 'Desktop Hardware' started by Mr. Fox, Nov 5, 2017.

  1. Robbo99999

    Robbo99999 Notebook Prophet

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    Yes, I think it does use AVX instructions, even BF1 does because I see my CPU voltage increase to levels that equate to AVX instructions seen in Prime95 or OCCT. That's another reason why I'm surprised that you can run OCCT stable but not BF V. Anyway, you're on the right track it looked like you just needed to increase your CPU voltage. Did you increase the CPU voltage, and to what value? Is it stable in BF V now?
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    If you have put AVX negative offset in bios you should see clocks will drop if AVX instructions is in use.
     
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    Very good to everyone and as always I appreciate your attention ^^ ...

    5ghz 1,220vcore
    ram 4000mhz cl16 17 36 1,4500v
    VCCIO ,SA 1,180V

    With this configuration I was playing 6 hours...
    I don't like using avx
     
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    I don't know why you've lowered your RAM overclock and increased your CPU voltage - if you know which variable was creating the instability then you'd only be changing one of them, which is what we were trying to show you. Do what you like, but if it's stable that's the main thing.
     
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    AVX Instructions put higher stress on the processor. Roman at Caseking recommendation is -2 Avx negative offset
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...ers-welcome-too.810490/page-576#post-10913099
     
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    and I decided to lower the frequency of the ram because I don't like the high voltages SA and VCCIO ... for 4300mhz I need sa vccio 1,250 ... and with the drop it goes up to 1,280
     
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    I think you got that the wrong way round, you just said for 4300Mhz you needed 1.250V for SA/VCCIO, and when you decreased to 4000Mhz you say you need 1.280V for SA/VCCIO. I think you got that the wrong way round. I'm not sure if you're trolling or not, but the vast majority of the time you defy logic and show inconsistencies in almost everything you post/say/do - so it feels like you're just bored/playing/seeing what people notice in the detail. I mean I know you have the language barrier, but that doesn't explain the inconsistencies, I doubt what you're about.
     
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    I'm sorry, I'm Spanish and donkey at the same time ... xd it will be for that ... haha what I say that for 4300mhz I need SA and VCCIO 1,250v but with the drop the VCCIO reaches 1,280 which means that I prefer to lower the frequency of the ram and lower voltages I never trolley anyone and FOX knows me ...
     
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    What 'drop'? If you're lowering your RAM overclock you don't need a higher SA & VCCIO voltage, what are you talking about? See, this is why I think you're trolling. I mean I know you supposedly put your PC together yourself and supposedly overclocked everything yourself, so you should possess at least a little bit of logic or consistency. A lot of what you say/post is 'circular', 'inconsistent', it feels intentionally so, it's not a language barrier - to be honest it feels like you're testing to see what people notice & what they don't, to see how 'stupid' people are. I know that sounds paranoid on my part (& inconsequential in the grand scheme of things), but really, you're not making much sense on many levels, and I'm trying to fit a picture to it.
     
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