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Nice, I can't get my cpu cache to work on adaptive myself so I have it locked at 1.310v for now.
Adaptive cache won't work - offset does.
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I'm a bit confused about the power saver setting in the Asus AI software. Basically, I want to be able to have Performance mode set to max power for gaming or heavy use programs while switching over to Power Saver mode for causal web surfing or leaving the computer idle. My problem is that I can't find the correct setting to accomplish this. When I set the system to Sync all cores at 43x for max performance, power saver mode doesn't reduce the frequency so I'm pulling 60-70w at idle, which is creating heat I'd like to reduce. When I switch over to Auto mode and let the CPU assign the frequency, Power saver mode pulls around 40w but Performance mode doesn't seem to go any higher than 37x and all benchmarks suffer. I've installed Intels boost 3.0, doesn't help. I've toggled the energy saving mode in the BIOS (which is not recommended for heavy overclocking) and I don't really see any difference when it's on or off, so am I chasing something that isn't possible here? Can I make performance mode fast/overclocked/max settings while still being able to easily toggle to a reduced power mode for reduced power consumption and hence less power/less heat generation?
Edited by Fidelity21 - 7/22/16 at 6:18am
    
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What your looking for is adaptive mode. Turn off any Power Saver features you might have turned on, where you adjust cpu voltage, change the mode to adaptive with offset 0.001 and the max voltage being whatever you had it running at before for 43x stable.
    
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What your looking for is adaptive mode. Turn off any Power Saver features you might have turned on, where you adjust cpu voltage, change the mode to adaptive with offset 0.001 and the max voltage being whatever you had it running at before for 43x stable.

That's what I originally thought which is why I'm so confused right now. I have adaptive mode on for the CPU, OC voltage set to 1.250v. The actual voltage when setting all cores to sync at 4.2ghz is 1.296v. That doesn't change when the system is idle or full throttle and doesn't change when I'm in performance mode or power saver mode. It also doesn't change when the BIOS energy saving feature is on or off. It's just weird...why is it higher than I have set, why doesn't it fluctuate. I want performance on demand, but I also want to lower power draw when idle.

Right now, I'm back to doing what you suggested. I'm pulling 70-75w at idle, voltage is stuck at 1.296, pulling upwards of 150w under load. If/when I go back to auto, I can get idle wattage to 50-60w because the voltage drops to 1.15v and the frequency fluctuates as low as 12x or 1.2ghz...temperatures stay cooler this way and my room doesn't get as hot.
    
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I'm a bit confused about the power saver setting in the Asus AI software. Basically, I want to be able to have Performance mode set to max power for gaming or heavy use programs while switching over to Power Saver mode for causal web surfing or leaving the computer idle. My problem is that I can't find the correct setting to accomplish this. When I set the system to Sync all cores at 43x for max performance, power saver mode doesn't reduce the frequency so I'm pulling 60-70w at idle, which is creating heat I'd like to reduce. When I switch over to Auto mode and let the CPU assign the frequency, Power saver mode pulls around 40w but Performance mode doesn't seem to go any higher than 37x and all benchmarks suffer. I've installed Intels boost 3.0, doesn't help. I've toggled the energy saving mode in the BIOS (which is not recommended for heavy overclocking) and I don't really see any difference when it's on or off, so am I chasing something that isn't possible here? Can I make performance mode fast/overclocked/max settings while still being able to easily toggle to a reduced power mode for reduced power consumption and hence less power/less heat generation?
be sure to enable Speedstep in bios and verify that in windows power plan,> advanced power settings> min proc state = 0%
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6950x installed on RVE...










Seems RV10 gets a little more bandwidth in Aida64, but more latency too...
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be sure to enable Speedstep in bios and verify that in windows power plan,> advanced power settings> min proc state = 0%

THANK YOU!!! Mine was set to 100% min.

Problem solved! Cranking away at 4.3ghz now with OC voltage of 1.300v. While idle, I'm dropping voltage to 0.900v and pulling about 40w. Exactly what I wanted!
    
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So, can we take a turbo-speed vcore of 1.41-1.42v not overcooking a 6900K for 24x7? Any perspectives on this?

Anyone? smile.gif
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6950x installed on RVE...
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Seems RV10 gets a little more bandwidth in Aida64, but more latency too...
Holy molly! What watercooling setup are you using to tam this beast?!
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Adaptive cache won't work - offset does.
thanks. I never used offset, any tricks in setting it up for cache? I know at full speed I need 1.310v. Also should I be able to set cache to 28-35 or lock it at 35?

Edit: I figured out how to do it, thank you for the help!
Edited by Artah - 7/22/16 at 10:25am
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