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I'm not sure, but my guess is that it won't disable it.
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I tried turning on the OSD reporting while in a game of BF4 and was kicked by PunkBuster. Coincidence? Is it just because BF was already running?

Hesitant to try again - don't want to be banned if possible
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I'm not sure, but my guess is that it won't disable it.

Yeah, not sure why I was confused. I had to do the registry fix originally to get link to work. Registry fix worked again but this time I didn't bother to install link. Thanks again.
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Hey Mumak, hoping you can help.

I'm running a simple Cinebench R15 for OpenGL. In HWInfo under Performance Limit Reasons it is showing "RING: Max VR Voltage, ICCmax, PL4" as: YES. When I do the CPU test, no limits appear so it's iGPU related.

I have no dGPU. Can you tell me what this could possibly mean and what do I need to do to fix this limiter?
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Hey Mumak, hoping you can help.

I'm running a simple Cinebench R15 for OpenGL. In HWInfo under Performance Limit Reasons it is showing "RING: Max VR Voltage, ICCmax, PL4" as: YES. When I do the CPU test, no limits appear so it's iGPU related.

I have no dGPU. Can you tell me what this could possibly mean and what do I need to do to fix this limiter?

It indicates that the Ring clock was reduced due to one of those mentioned reasons, but I'm afraid I cannot give you an exact answer why it happens. Anyway, I don't think this indicates a problem.
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Hey Mumak, hoping you can help.

I'm running a simple Cinebench R15 for OpenGL. In HWInfo under Performance Limit Reasons it is showing "RING: Max VR Voltage, ICCmax, PL4" as: YES. When I do the CPU test, no limits appear so it's iGPU related.

I have no dGPU. Can you tell me what this could possibly mean and what do I need to do to fix this limiter?

What's your ring multiplier and voltage? Is either one set to "auto" in the bios? What does iccmax and pl4 even mean?

At a guess you have ring multiplier and voltage set to auto. The multiplier auto scales up and the voltage with it, hitting the voltage cap, causing it to scale back down.
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It's at auto, ring I believe is cache?

The problem I have is that the iGPU is flickering under load and I'm trying to find the cause. The problem can be fixed either by removing XMP or lowering the OC. The CPU is stable as per other tests and "ignoring" this problem. Every time it does flicker (like a lost monitor signal), this "RING: Max VR Voltage, ICCmax, PL4" shows up as YES.

add: just forced max. cache to x32 instead of default x41 with no change. I don't think it's this.
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Well, that reason seems to be triggered when CPU's (Ring bus) maximum limits are hit - for voltage (VR limit), current (IccMax) or power (PL4). So I assume you're pushing the CPU to the max and that's why it throttles down.
Note, that the ring voltage is the same as the core voltage as they share the same VR.
You should also be able to see the Max and Current ring ratios/clock in HWiNFO to see how they change.
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Have some good news, fixed this limiter by reducing SA/IO volts from 1.15v to 1.1v in BIOS, they were set by XMP earlier. Not exactly sure how these tie to those measurements but now I don't get this alert in the program or any other weirdness.
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I guess that reducing the voltage reduced the power, which is no longer hitting the ceiling (PL4) under load, so the throttling does no longer occur.
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