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As many of you will already realise the DAGF has a very different look to the bios settings, and although I've sorted out most, I am a bit confused about the cpu voltage settings.

 

For example, if I set "cpu overvolt on fly" to "enable",and leave "cpu volt offset" to 0.075, it will revert back to 0.025 when I get back into bios later.

 

If I were to set "cpu volt offset" to 0.075, and "fixed cpu voltage" to 1.500, I get 1.51V.

 

But, If I were to set "cpu volt offset" to 0.075, and "fixed cpu voltage" to 1.525, I get 1.62V.

 

I'm trying to understand how it works.

 

I understand how the overvolt percentages work in the Ultra-D's cpu volt settings, but this is confusing me.

 

Can someone please give a good description of how these settings affect each other?

 

And what exactly is the purpose of overvolting? To supply sufficient (additional) voltage during spikes in cpu usage?

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Thanks Angry.

 

 

Ummmmm........scary new avatar :nod:

 

But I definitely like it better than the seafood cat one, hehe

 

I found a strange result of leaving the "cpu overvolt on fly " disabled, and the "fixed cpu voltage" enabled, upon reboot the system stops, looking for an array.....which I don't have.

 

I'd just like to be able to find voltages between 1.52V and 1.61V.

 

Glad to hear the guys are on it.

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update to the 707 bios, as other users have had problems with vcore in the 613. i personally dont mind the way its set out the in dagf (although would be simpler if it was simply vcore = x.xxx V which u could scroll thru sequentially, but thats different to the other nf4 boards also)

 

i also had the raid problem too, all gone now

 

see this thread: http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=16598

 

Peter

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