Adaptive vs Manual

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       #31

    Dude said:
    Indeed, I am impressed with your results
    Stop you're just embarrassing me lol.
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       #32

    Now to tweak my RAM. Any ideas or suggestions?
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    Cliff S said:
    I have seen way too many "answers" in the internet, specially in different Overclockers forums, on what exactly Adaptive, Adaptive + offset does, and how to use it correctly, I gave up looking.

    I have my 4.9 set to Adaptive with 1.45 max voltage, and noticed that it only uses the voltage needed(and when using balanced power option, the multiplier changes around too) and have seen my 49x use the 1.45v, but also as little as 1.20v(for a very short moment anyhow, no way I could boot using 1.20v).

    Some have said Adaptive is actually for Auto voltage mode, adding a voltage number automatically changes it to Override + offset, which is what it looks like to me

    By the way, I tried setting my OC down, getting ready for the summer, when the ambient temperatures will be higher, but it seems my system likes my 4.9 and actually runs cooler with it, than 45x @ 1.20 or 46x & 47x @ 1.35, go figure.

    If it likes it, I might have to seriously think of getting an AIO for the CPU, even though it idles at high 20's/low 30's, and goes up to the mid to high 60's under benchmarking load, maybe a single core might spike to 80-82 for a split second(remember under stress test's I down clock so it will be cooler any how).
    Easy explanation is ..............

    Adaptive you input the voltage you want without the guesswork of where it should be and acts like offset

    Offset - You have to guess where exactly the correct Vcore you need and that takes a lot of time and adjustments some people can't get offset to work because unlike manual voltage sometimes it takes less voltage because of LLC

    LLC works better in OFFSET

    Manual - Straight voltage no relief of power just full time voltage which many use but overtime depending on the OC and cooling could Degrade

    Remember in windows the power settings manipulate the cpu as well Balanced and Performance power do have a lot to do with overclocking remember to change the power profile in windows to make the best out of your OC


    By the way this isn't for you Cliffs it's for the OP i just used your answer to explain
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       #34

    solarstarshines said:
    Easy explanation is ..............

    Adaptive you input the voltage you want without the guesswork of where it should be and acts like offset

    Offset - You have to guess where exactly the correct Vcore you need and that takes a lot of time and adjustments some people can't get offset to work because unlike manual voltage sometimes it takes less voltage because of LLC

    LLC works better in OFFSET

    Manual - Straight voltage no relief of power just full time voltage which many use but overtime depending on the OC and cooling could Degrade

    Remember in windows the power settings manipulate the cpu as well Balanced and Performance power do have a lot to do with overclocking remember to change the power profile in windows to make the best out of your OC


    By the way this isn't for you Cliffs it's for the OP i just used your answer to explain
    Thank you for taking the time to reply.

    So if I am understanding correctly if my stable OC requires 1.3 volts I can input a lesser value in the adaptive section under 1.3 volts say 1.15 volts (what ever the voltage is for my cpu to run at stock) and use the off set value of 0.15 volts to bring the total OC voltage to 1.3 volts.
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       #35

    worf105 said:
    Now to tweak my RAM. Any ideas or suggestions?
    You already have went from 2400 to 3200, I would say that is darn good
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  6. Posts : 16,066
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       #36

    @worf105 this is what I use for 4.8, LLC is on auto. Here I am still good with temps, once I go up to 5.0 they really climb
    Adaptive vs Manual-4.8-pt1.pngAdaptive vs Manual-4.8-pt2.png
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  7. Posts : 2,445
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       #37

    Dude said:
    You already have went from 2400 to 3200, I would say that is darn good
    Thinking about the timings. Maybe tightening up the current 16 18 18 36 1T. But not to sure which.

    I still believe that the modules I have were binned at what I have them running at now.

    Cheers Dude
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  8. Posts : 16,066
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       #38

    worf105 said:
    Thinking about the timings. Maybe tightening up the current 16 18 18 36 1T. But not to sure which.

    I still believe that the modules I have were binned at what I have them running at now.

    Cheers Dude
    Give 15 17 17 38 IT at try
    Adaptive vs Manual-4.8-pt3.png
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  9. Posts : 2,380
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       #39

    worf105 said:
    Thank you for taking the time to reply.

    So if I am understanding correctly if my stable OC requires 1.3 volts I can input a lesser value in the adaptive section under 1.3 volts say 1.15 volts (what ever the voltage is for my cpu to run at stock) and use the off set value of 0.15 volts to bring the total OC voltage to 1.3 volts.
    Pretty much but trickier than it sounds but you understood
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  10. Posts : 2,445
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       #40

    Dude said:
    Give 15 17 17 38 IT at try
    Adaptive vs Manual-4.8-pt3.png
    Thank man. When the burn in test is finished in about 15 mins or so will try those and see.

    Cheers Dude
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