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Dynamic Vcore on my 6700K/Gigabyte Z170

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Rev_Night

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Hello!

I've OC my I7-6700K for a while now, and just recently delidded it with LM, but I want to perfect it. Basically, I don't want the voltage to be at a fixed amount (say [email protected]), I want the voltage to be based upon demand. With my Gigabye Z170-HD3P (Bios F22g), the way to do this is in the CPU Voltage screenshot and to use the DVID. But my problem is that the Baseline voltage changes every time I restart my pc. How can I possibly determine the correct offset if the baseline keeps changing?

Separately, is there anything else in my Frequency settings I need to change? I included screenshots of the bios as attachments.

thanks all!

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dejo

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my experience with all the z170 boards was that when you set to dynamic voltage- the board will just throw whatever voltage it thinks the cpu "might" need, and usually is rather generous
 
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Rev_Night

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my experience with all the z170 boards was that when you set to dynamic voltage- the board will just throw whatever voltage it thinks the cpu "might" need, and usually is rather generous

Thats just it though. Dynamic Voltage is not off/on, its a value that I have to enter. How do I know what Desired Voltage = Offset + Baseline Voltage is if Baseline changes everytime I reboot? That means the offset needs to change too, and I obviously can't set an OC and change voltage every boot.
 

dejo

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dynamic will basically just give the cpu whatever the board chooses to send that way
 

wingman99

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I use dynamic core voltage. Best way to set it is to check with full load to see what your max voltage is.