Re:EVGA Z68 FTW OC settings?
Thank you for the reply.
In the BIOS @ 4.0, Vcore is 1.277-1.290(auto Vcore).
In Windows @ 4.0(idle, CPU uses, 1-2% each core), Vcore is 1.294(auto Vcore)
Ok, so I went back and rised the Vcore up to 1.350(from 1.300) with Vdroop enabled, posts, but shows only 1 core. I went back into the BIOS and disabled Vdroop, still, 1 core. No matter what I do, if I boot into windows on manual voltage, EVGA E-LEET and CPU-Z shows 1 core. For some reason my MoBo dont like offset, even on auto, I can only get 4.5(4.4 stable). Oh, befor I forget, theres a tab in my BIOS that says EVGA E-LEET (Defualt enable) when I disable it, it shows 4 cores under it, with a number by each core, 1-4, is that the multiple? And should I disable/enable it, and/or change the numbers by the cores? Like I said, I really want to OC my CPU, not only for the little extra boost in performance, put the feeling of accomplishment, and not to mention that this would be my first true OC of any kind.So with that being said, any advice or helpful information would be great.
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