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Originally posted by gizmic gizmic wrote:

-0.1v lock has been fixed since beta 1.62 just remember to change the value because you exit bios as it still loads -0.1v

-0.08 to 0.07 is a good number


I am completely stable at -0.092 or whatever it is. Once you highlight/go over the field for the setting, simply hitting + or - changes the voltage in steppings that the motherboard seems to like & use.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gizmic Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 Dec 2018 at 10:13am
ive noticed 3400 @ cl14 is really easy to run now its not as finicky as previous bios i need to set the volts at 1.385 for it to boot properly after restarts or cold boot but it works at 1.37

sadly i cant run above 101 one of my old 1tb backup drives will not show up at 102 damn why clock lock doesn't work i miss the days of 300fsb.

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New taichi owner here Upgraded my board to 2.0, are these results decent (PBO enabled)?

https://imgur.com/a/97jGevW

-0.1v offset voltage (was set default iirc). Should I try pushing it even more to like -0.125v or its not worth it? Is it safe? I never actually overclocked my pc, time to learn new things   
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Applying a larger negative offset will undervolt (downclock?) the processor.

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pbo is basically lower temp = higher clocks

more offset more upclock but of course it also means you need to find how far you can undervolt before the cpu isnt stable
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