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Resolved! offset cpu voltage bios 1604 Z790-P

HiI recently updated my bios from 1404 to 1604. Now I can't seem to set an offset voltage to my cpu in the BIOS. When I do nothing seem to change. Windows launch as usual and the same voltage as always is used.

Choosing a Laptop Screen

I'm currently wrestling with a predicament related to the malfunction of my laptop display. It has become imperative for me to secure a replacement, and I find myself navigating through the intricate realm of diverse screen specifications. Your exper...

What to tweak next to stabilize this RAM?

Hello!Ok so first, this is a 4x16GB kit rated to 6400C32. It is the Corsair Dominator Titanium.I have my reasons to use 4x16GB so lets not discuss that.I have been stable at 6200 XMP at the rated 1.40v.So I decided to try my luck with 6400..not chang...

ROG Strix Laptop overclocking

Hey. I just bought the ROG Strix G713IC with an Ryzen 7 4800H and the RTX 3050. I thought of overclocking it with the Armoury Crate and when I put everythinx to max it says that I could harm my hardware.Max would be:CPU:SPL 80WSPPT 80WGPU:Base Clock ...

Cannot find Core Voltage Offset in my BIOS

System specs:Motherboard: ROG Strix Z790-A GamingBIOS: 1501CPU: i7 14700K I’ve seen videos on how beneficial it is to Undervolt your CPU.  Looks like it’s best to first make the Core Voltage Offset changes and test with the Intel Extreme Tuning Utili...

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ASUS disabled voltage offset for Z790

I'm trying to find a way to reduce the voltage supplied to my CPU by 0.1v . Without being able to do this, my CPU overheats in cinebench (even with a custom AIO). I see in the bios there is an area for SVID core voltage, I can set it to adaptive, but...

Choosing RAM in a laptop

Greetings to all forum members!I am contemplating the choice of RAM for my future Lenovo laptop and decided to share my thoughts and seek advice from experienced users. I have several options, each with its own pros and cons.16 GB DDR4 2400 MHz (1x16...