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I've been experimenting with different methods of overclocking on the Z690-A/12900K and came across a JayzTwoCents video which talks about turning on AI overclock on the P and E cores and using XMP I. He noted that there were high voltages during stress tests and as a counter-measure proposed to give a voltage offset of -0.070. This resolved the issues with high voltages along with the occasional 1.4 voltage spike.
My question is this a viable long term overclock for the cpu/motherboard vs. the traditional way of manually overclocking and setting voltages?
Mentioned video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2HvCcb-eTc
Around the 17:10 mark.
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