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Temps seem a little high for 1.304V, especially with a H100. What is your setting for LLC?
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voltage is manual at 1.34v on high LLC which is the 3rd level up and at 100%load my vcore is the 1.304
post #4 of 18
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I am more concerned about the voltage because this is an Intel Burn Test not even intel uses this stressful of a program for there testing so my temps will never come close to 90c during gaming or regular use.

is the voltage idle 1.34
load 1.304 safe set on manual is more my question I suppose
post #5 of 18
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I am more concerned about the voltage because this is an Intel Burn Test not even intel uses this stressful of a program for there testing so my temps will never come close to 90c during gaming or regular use.

is the voltage idle 1.34
load 1.304 safe set on manual is more my question I suppose
post #6 of 18
if you have it set at 1.34v and it idles at 1.34v but at load uses 1.304 then you should be able to bump the voltage down by quite a bit.
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I have already don the testing I am not asking what my voltage should be. I am asking is this manual voltage safe to use everyday all day my overclock is 24hour stable already tested and verified. I heard 1.4 was ok everyday just wanted to verify
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yea while it would be ok... I personally wouldn't want it to idle at 1.34v imo.
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Its better imo to.drop.during load which it does on LLC high if.i put it on ultra it.will rise slightly which raises temps
post #10 of 18
The voltage itself is fine, but if you have a stable overclock you are happy with it might be time to start thinking about setting up an offset so you can idle at something other than full voltage.
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