Originally Posted by BMart Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Ok so here it is! passed 8 hrs on prime. 4.7 @ 1.265 bios setting(1.272 cpu-z reading(is this difference normal?)
So can i call this stable now?
What is with the asus warning in the bottom right of picture, see it every time i come back after a long test?
is motherboard temp on asus sensor something to worry about?it shows 60c but its red.
And is it normal for 1 core to always run hotter then the others?
1. that is stable
2. The overshooting of the vcore means your LLC is too high. You have it on ULTRA HIGH right? Put that down to HIGH (lower than what's in the OP) as that's why it is overcompensating for vdroop. Your vcore in CPUZ UNDER LOAD should be as NEAR as the one you put in the bios - thus 1.265 - on load should be around 1.261 for example, and on idle like 1.05v
3. Asus is being retarded as usual - ignore those warnings and switch that one off. I had warnings for having 127c on my CPU socket. Just asus ait suite 2 being well...asus.
4. Although you are stable, what I would do is drop LLC, then run P95 for another 1hr - see what your vcore and VID is at.
Then after doing that, and if it is at 1.265 (or near enough) - then you can switch from MANUAL to offset -> see my signature for a full explanation on that.