Originally Posted by pharma57
Just to test I rebooted and the last setting of 1.212 from PrecisionX did not register in the software tool or EvBot. So I think you may be correct about powering-off the PC if you want to "sync" PrecisionX with the software tool or Evbot (I haven't tried shutting-down). Powering-off is only necessary if you plan to use the PrecisionX voltage tuner before you turn your computer off, otherwise you can use the software tool or EvBot to continue to set your voltage readings until you shut-down your computer.
The Classified Controller and EVBot always read the true volt bin
the cards are at. The volt bin and true core voltage (read with DMM) are often very different, but the Classy Controller and EVBot always read the bin the cards are at on the hardware level
Precision X reads the volt bin the software thinks the cards are at. When you start up the PC, Precision X is controlling the voltage, so of course PX and the Classy Controller or EVBot will be "synced." PX is controlling the voltage, the other two are reading it, so they will be the same.
When you use the Classy Controller or EVBot to change voltage, it
is now controlling the voltage on the hardware level.
Precision X is still rolling along thinking it is controlling voltage and that voltages are running exactly what it says, but in reality any PX readings and/or settings of voltage are completely meaningless as soon as the Classy Controller or EVBot are used. Those two devices control and read on a hardware level, so they always take precedent. If you aren't asking them to control, then they will read what Precision X does because that's controlling the voltage and they read it. If you are asking them to control, then they both control and read and PX is left completely out of the loop (kind of like the drunk guy in the corner of the room singing his own tune, everyone knows he's crazy but just lets him be.
As for the TI bios, I can't say. It disables boost completely as I understand, so I'm not sure. Can you set 1.212V in PX (or just the standard 1.2)? Or does it default to 1.212V in the 3D clock state?