I have this issue with my main-board (in sig), latest bios 3005:
With the offset mode for these two voltages: cache and system agent it doesn't overvolt well (enough) or at all (sa).
The system agent I noticed (with hwinfo64 last version but also the AI Suite's DIP has confirmed it) is the weirdest of the two:
My last example, set up yesterday to +235mv for the cache and +100mv for the system agent.
Did a quick (2 h) realbench stress @half of the ram and I've had:
- 1.244 to 1.259v for the cache (in full load)
- 1.056 to 1.064v (1.048 min) for the sa
This morning I wanted to set the pc for a 4h RealBench run and just leave it running while I was going to work.
But then I've noticed since I've opened hwinfo64 that the above voltages were not as good as before, having ~1.225v for the cache and lower than 1.000v (default value, 0.975-0.99v) for the cache.
I've left it running but eventually got restarted and I've found it on the logon screen and also found the same (low) voltages.
Now I've restarted and entering the bios I've seen the correct voltages and so load windows and now they are:
Notice this time I have the exact same voltage 1.064v (all current, min and max) for the system agent and some different (yet OK) for the cache.
Also idle voltages:
I see in your sig you're also using offset voltages, how come do you need such high values (+0.360, +0.270) for not exactly high cache and vccsa voltages?Edited by arrow0309 - 4/11/17 at 12:11pm