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Cyclops said that he saw light degradation after a few months @1.4vcore (not sure if 1.40 bios or load, could have been 1.42) but even that seems to be a bit low - there's not so many reports of degradation.

I'm at 1.36 load vcore with average temp hottest core in lower half of the 70's - think i'm safe there.

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Crap. Did wonder why i hadn't heard! To busy benching anyway, restart every 5 mins and when it's running good i'm away sorting my life out! Away Monday but back early a week Friday. If the festive period doesn't take over (meaning the other half) i'll be online!
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About time! thumb.gif

Right? I've certainly been frequenting this thread long enough....biggrin.gif I'm working on getting 4.8 stable, but it's apparently going to require some more intricate tweaking of settings, but I think I'm close....thumb.gif
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Lol, intricate=lot's of time head scratching. biggrin.gif
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I'm running a 4670k @ 4.6ghz....I'm about to de-lid mine also, once the CLP comes in.... thumb.gif

sweet how you gonna do it lol razor? I plan on doing it wit hammer and wood on side hopefully that easier then razor lol
I plan on doing a naked ivy mount and temps would be insane lol maybe get past 5ghz for sure

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Once my wife and I move, and we get settled in, I plan on delidding. Money is going to be a bit tight until we move. I have a whole office to fill up with furniture and such.
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Had a tinker with LLC on my Asus Gryphon. The Auto setting on my particular board results in voltages a bit higher than you set:

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Voltage | Voltage Nominated --> Voltage sensed in HWI
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SA | +0.010 --> +0.018
VRIN | 1.83 --> 1.88 (LOL)
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I changed to manual LLC and selected Level 7. Voltages are much more predictable now (the sensors are picking up voltage much closer to my nominated values).
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Suddenly, I've just realised how pointless Adaptive vcore voltage is for those with Asus mobo's.

When in fixed/manual mode, Asus mobo's vary the vcore voltage based on load anyway. This is different to Gigabyte and MSI mobo's apparently.

In this instance, why should I subject myself to the concern of avx2 instructions bumping my vcore up to 1.4v+ in adaptive mode, when I know for a fact that my voltage will never hit that level in fixed/manual? I'll change my Vring to adaptive since it remains constant in manual/fixed mode, but other than that, I really see no point lol (unless someone can convince me otherwise)
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Yeah, just to confirm this is what I see:

Manual mode + C3 enabled = Adaptive with no C states = ~0.7v at idle. Manual mode + C6/C7 enabled = Adaptive mode + C6/C7 enabled = very low volts (no difference from what I see). Manual mode with no C states = volts don't go down.

So now it's just a question.. do I want to use C3 or not lol. I know I don't have issues with this Adaptive stuff raising volts as nothing I do does that, while C3 does introduce slight latency.

It's similar with the power plan in Windows. You can use Performance no problems if you just change the min. processor down to 5%, it will throttle down. There is an improvement (in benches) when I do that compared to simply using Balanced.
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