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I9 13900k undervolting adventure

Vatergascoigne
Level 9

Good morning everyone, I have a few questions about undervolting an i9 13900k. Of course there are tons of tutorials and videos online, but I haven't really gotten a clear idea from them. The whole thing is supposed to take place on a Rog Strix Z790-F Gaming Wifi. What I noticed is that UV is often operated in two places. Either with a negative offset for the actual VRM core voltage or global core SVID voltage, and then adaptive mode also with a negative offset. What I would now be interested in and for which I have not found a concrete answer is how these two methods differ and which is more effective for the project, or what are the advantages and disadvantages.

specs:

i9 13900k

Rog Strix Z790-F Gaming Wifi

64 GB DDR5 6400 MHz Gskill Trident Z

TUF RTX 4090 OC

4 TB Nvme Samsung 990 Pro

Arctic LF II 360

Seasonic Prime TX-1200

 

Greetings

Gascoine 🙂

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Jiaszzz_ROG
Customer Service Agent

Hello, @Vatergascoigne 

May I ask if you have encountered any anomalies in your daily usage?
What is the current BIOS version, and did the issue of insufficient CPU voltage occur under default BIOS settings?
Have you attempted cross-testing with another CPU or considered updating the BIOS version?

Thank you.

sharing complete hardware info & software config details will help us better understand the issue 🙂