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VCORE is the manual or offset voltage you are sending to your CPU. You can manipulate and adjust this number.
VID is a number that can't be changed, and is sort of a "default" voltage for stock settings. Think of it like this....when you are running an "offset" voltage, you are running at or around the VID +/- whatever offset you plug in.
As for the max voltages for Haswell......I have no clue. You can check on Intel's website for their specs, but that is more of a rough estimation as every chip is different.
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