Asus load line level 6 = perfect only max 0.016 v drop and only at the vay most 0.016 v spike .
adpative mode with ia/dc @ 0.01 each and LL level 6 with avx offset = 0
you will see up to 0.040 v spikes nothing you do will fix it ! so you run 1.30 v adaptive under avx loads in games and other apps
you will see 1.340 v spikes .
there is 2 ways around it
1) this one is the best way
set a avx offset of = 1 doing this will net a max of 0.016 v spike vs 0.40 v spike with out avx offset !
so 1.30 v + 0.016 spike = 1.316 v thats totaly fine .
seting a avx offset of = 2 will net you no voltage spike under avx loads ! you test your self no avx , avx 1 or avx 2 for your self i spent days figuring it out
option 2 ) do not set a avx offset in adaptive mode use adaptive offset negative symbol - and take away what its spiking you so - 0.040 v
this will take away the spike volt but also take away 0.040 v from your set 1.30 v so 1.26v - 1.30 v
i use option 1 with - 1 avx u get power saving and a high oc i run 5.1 ghz / 5.0 ghz under avx @ 1.280 v and i spike uip to 1.296 v under avx loads ( 0.016 v )
hope this saves u some time scratching your head
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