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1) SVID on Haswell was for VCCIN
2) On platforms without a FIVR, disabling SVID works when manual mode for voltage is used.
3) You should stop posting guesses.

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post #3672 of 5761
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

1) SVID on Haswell was for VCCIN
2) On platforms without a FIVR, disabling SVID works when manual mode for voltage is used.
3) You should stop posting guesses.

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But for Haswell, SVID works auto,enable or disabled regardless of voltage mode used.

I using adaptive for my Z170 and X99.
Only Z170 on adaptive i cannot disable SVID, even though Asus recommends doing that when OC! lol.

I feel SVID option is a relic of Haswell days. Asus must change description or remove SVID totally for Z170.

In X99, disabling SVID, allows me to tweak the external VRM to CPU if i am not wrong.
Since Z170 is all external VRM, there is no need for this option. thumb.gif
    
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But for Haswell, SVID works auto,enable or disabled regardless of voltage mode used.

I using adaptive for my Z170 and X99.
Only Z170 on adaptive i cannot disable SVID, even though Asus recommends doing that when OC! lol.

I feel SVID option is a relic of Haswell days. Asus must change description or remove SVID totally for Z170.

In X99, disabling SVID, allows me to tweak the external VRM to CPU if i am not wrong.
Since Z170 is all external VRM, there is no need for this option. thumb.gif



1. ASUS doesn't say anything of the sort

2. SVID is tied to Vcore on this platform, it is tied to VCCIN on X99 (as I've already told you). Simply adding a thumb at the end of every post does not mean you understand what you are typing. You don't seem to know what the function of SVID is
Edited by Silent Scone - 2/7/16 at 8:29am
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I using adaptive for my Z170 and X99.
Only Z170 on adaptive i cannot disable SVID, even though Asus recommends doing that when OC! lol.

I feel SVID option is a relic of Haswell days. Asus must change description or remove SVID totally for Z170.

Hello

You are entitled to feel as you wish. However SVID functions as @Silent Scone has stated. The recommendation in the UEFI is assuming one is overclocking using manual voltage mode.
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Asus can change description to disable for overclocking in manual voltage mode will be helpful thumb.gif
    
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1. ASUS doesn't say anything of the sort

2. SVID is tied to Vcore on this platform, it is tied to VCCIN on X99 (as I've already told you). Simply adding a thumb at the end of every post does not mean you understand what you are typing. You don't seem to know what the function of SVID is

"ASUS doesn't say anything of the sort"

Perhaps it's AMI talking then. But the M8G BIOS does prompt the following for the "CPU SVID Support" option (Extreme Tweaker Menu);

"Disable this item to prevent the CPU from communicating with the external voltage regulator. A setting of disabled is recommended for overclocking"

Nowhere does it state that this only applies to VCore Manual Mode. I suspect it's the same for all Asus Z170 boards, given the amount of Adaptive Mode crashing complaints we have seen. I know Raja is aware of this so the only thing that seems to make sense is that it's an AMI core BIOS snafu which Asus is unable to correct. A half-assed attitude towards customer support makes no sense.
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Hello

You are entitled to feel as you wish. However SVID functions as @Silent Scone has stated. The recommendation in the UEFI is assuming one is overclocking using manual voltage mode.

Great! And how is this conveyed to the average user when all he/she sees is;

"Disable this item to prevent the CPU from communicating with the external voltage regulator. A setting of disabled is recommended for overclocking"
post #3678 of 5761
I remember the adaptive vcore crashes! So Asus fix this by locking the user from booting in to Windows if selected this composition. A better fix imho is to get rid of this options, if not update the description. thumb.gif
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Great! And how is this conveyed to the average user when all he/she sees is;

"Disable this item to prevent the CPU from communicating with the external voltage regulator. A setting of disabled is recommended for overclocking"

there's a reasonable assumption in that statement: The overclocker understands that in order for dynamic voltage control to work the CPU needs to communicate with the voltage regulator, and that manual (or voltage control override) is exactly that, the user does not want that communication. wink.gif
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Hello

The UEFI could do with some of the info being reworded. Normally the contents are written assuming the user has at least a basic understanding of the platform. As is being demonstrated here this is not always the case.
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