So no one has an answer? Or is it so obvious that i should have not asked in the first place? 😂
Arne Saknussemm wrote:
Have a good read https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?106375-MCE-explanations-and-others
Using adaptive voltage I don't bother with offset. I simply set my OC voltage to 1.315. Leave Offset at 0. LLC 6.
I leave MCE on Auto to handle the power parameters.
I leave speedstep and all c states at default and let the chips VID control low end down clocked voltage. There are diminishing returns in heat and power savings trying to make that any lower.
I get 800mhz and .666v at the low end and 5.1Ghz at 1.288v on full load.
I don't care about the droop and leave LLC 6 to prevent drastic overshoot.
For clarification, in theory, if 1.288v wasn't enough vcore at load for stability, I'd simply raise adaptive OC voltage higher. (EG 1.325).
I do not play with LLC or Offset to achieve reported Vcore to be exactly what I set because it doesn't matter.
Bottom line, keep it simple.
well i really would like to keep it simple but dont you see the problem i have? If i put in 1.315 as adaptive vcore without any offset, i will get values of under load of > 1.340 and peaks even higher, just check the table i have posted with all the values i have tried. You would think ok then just decrease the value .. so if it put in a lower number, AVX tests will fail as i will drop below 1.20. C states, speedstep etc i also have on default and did not touch them... the only difference with your settings is that i use LLC5 as 6 is too much risk for my 24/7 OC.
Just did it ... F5 for reset back to default, only changed to XMP2, sync all cores to 49, LLC5, Adaptive 1.315 Offset Auto.
It’s almost the same like my last row in the test ... (I expected that)
So to be precise ... *
*1,310 / auto = 1,310 ... Max Vcore Peak 1,368 and VID 1,382 ... During Non AVX Load 1,323