If the game is heavy threaded and I bet Star Citizen is. The load is spread into all cores, if you disable the e-cores more work for the P cores to do and P cores are built for raw power not eficiency so its normal the temps get higher.
Next time check per-core usage and disable e-cores with scroll-lock and you should see the P-cores getting more per core usage.
Yes I understand that but why is the voltage increasing even in the bios when I disable the E cores and also it doesn't make any sense the voltage should drop if anything not increase when further under load as any normal CPU does when it's under load.
I can't figure it out why voltage is being affected when I disable the E cores even in the bios not just with the scroll lock key.
Personally now after seeing the that the E cores can have an effect for the worse in gaming i'd rather disable the E cores altogether when gaming to ensure I am getting maximum performance but why is it increasing the CPU voltage when doing so?