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    Posted: 29 Mar 2017 at 9:14pm
Is there a guide or a short tutorial on both of these somewhere?  I have a good general idea of what I am doing in this regard, but I have always been rather cautious.   I am a measure the board 3x before you cut kind of guy. 

Either way, I would like to know more about what these individual settings do.

I have the Taichi, assuming that is relevant.

EDIT: 

Here are the P state values that I found on the net.

Values for P State Overclocking on 22nd of March


FID (Clock Speed)

90 - 3600mhz
91 = 3625
92 = 3650
93 = 3675
94 = 3700
95 = 3725
96 = 3750
97 = 3775
98 = 3800
99 = 3825,
9a = 3850
9b = 3875
9c = 3900
9d = 3925
9e = 3950
9f = 3975
a0 = 4000
a1 = 4025
a2 = 4050
a3 = 4075
a4 = 4100
a5 = 4125
a6 = 4150
a7 = 4175
a8 = 4200
a9 = 4225
aa = 4250
ab = 4275
ac = 4300
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Values for DID (Increment adjustment adjuster and or bclk adjustments

8 = 25 mhz increments
9 =22.2196
a = 20
b = 18.18
c = 16.667
d (final recommendation) = 15.384mhz - 3943mhz cap).

Values for VID Voltage Control

30 = 1.25v
2f = 1.256v
2e, 1.2562v
2d = 1.268
2c = 1.275v
2b = 1.2812v
2a = 1.287v
29 = 1.293v
28 = 1.3v
27 = 1.3062v
26 = 1.3125v
25 = 1.318v
24 = 1.325v
23 = 1.3312v
22 = 1.3375v
21 = 1.343v
20 = 1.35v
1f = 1.356v
1e = 1.3625v
1d = 1.368v
1c = 1.375v
1b = 1.3812v
1a = 1.3875v
19 = 1.3937v
18 = 1.4v
17 = 1.406v
16 = 1.4125v
15 = 1.418v
14 = 1.425v
13 = 1.4321v
12 = 1.4375v
11 = 1.443v
10 = 1.45v
*next set is from f - a, 9 - 9 (1.45 - 1.55v), though be very careful overclocking in this voltage range*.


Edited by mysticjbyrd - 29 Mar 2017 at 10:05pm
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