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9900k OC SVID Behavior interaction Manual vs Adaptive?

Tenzin_sMc
Level 7
Hi Everyone, I'm new to the forums but have been reading lots. Thank you all for your posts, super helpful!

Recently I've gotten a 9900k at 5.0ghz No AVX Offset stable using 1.375v manual/locked voltage on a XI HERO. LLC 5. Cache 45.

I also have SVID enabled with Best Case Scenario. I've read in a few places that SVID is used more for Adaptive setups but I don't understand the interaction.

My questions are these:

Can SVID be used in Manual/Locked voltages? Is there any issues or benefits to be aware of?

Should I consider an Adaptive setup? Why or Why not?


Any replies would be super apricated. If there's any questions about my setup please let me know.

Thanks!
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Carlyle2020
Level 10
Adaptive runs cooler in idle, so why not?

In short:
SVID is like voltage cheat table.
You of course try to use the best cheat table first - best case cenario.
It uses the least amount of voltage for the given multiplier.
But the rig and the componenst must be up to the task.

Set Adaptive 1.35 + 0.025 offset and check HWinfo before and after in idle and on load.

Set this to produce less heat:
Systen Agent - 1.2
Vccio 1.25
Less than Auto - should be enough, still


Test out:
A/C loadline: Auto VS 0.01 - helps to crop the cheat table a bit = less heat but maybe instability.

Test out: AI Cooler points: set to 165 and lock it.
Simply to have the same readouts in the bios concerning the voltage prognosis (lower right corner) - since you are testing.