02-07-2023 11:23 PM
02-13-2023 06:26 AM
02-13-2023 07:49 AM
May I ask why you need to lower the voltage? Is it because of overheating? Under what circumstances?
Could you help to confirm the question below?
- the current BIOS version
- the brand and model name of the CPU, DRAM, GPU, and PSU currently installed
- the OS version and OS build
04-23-2023 02:32 PM
I got the same. To lower the temperature i have to change the microcode to 0x104 (in tweaker paradise), after i can change Global Core SVID (offset mode -0.15) and cache svid (offset mode -0.15) without any underperforming.
98° to 80° in cb23.
We need a real upadate for B760 in order to have a proper voltage in auto mode !
05-02-2023 03:50 PM
Same problem here, first I was happy that my 13600k can run stable hours of prime95 with 1.17v manual mode but then I realised the r23 score was 10000. I followed what you said and now I am getting 24000 in r23 with 1.225v under load. I had also set LLC 6 and IA AC and DC to -0.30, the CEP option makes no difference. For some reason if I set cache svid offset closer to 0 the score in r23 drops a lot and if I go beyond -0.17 the system becomes unstable. Is it possible to adjust only vcore without affecting cache svid ?
05-04-2023 08:17 AM
I tried also to set IA AC and DC but it doesn't improve anything for me. The vcore is going above 1.33v so the temperature is nearly 95 during cb23. You're right, CEP option makes no difference, it's unreal that this option doesn't work correctly.
I checked the new Bios this morning, and i set the vcore with the current microcode. In manual it's still underperforming a lot under 1.3v and with a offset -0.15 the multithread is good but i'm losing on a singlethread (CPUz 830 to 500).
So i'm back to the 0x104 microcode...I don't understand why there are so many locks and issues with the B760 and Asus (seems a bit better with MSI or Gigabyte based on what i read).