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adaptive settings and cpuz voltage variation ?

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so when i put 1.345 voltage on my adaptive voltage settings in my bios, but my cpuz shows my voltage is 1.294 which confuses me a lot .. and are manual voltage settings better for cpu overclocking or adaptive ?
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I think adaptive uses a increasing voltage curve depending on core Multiplier set and how much load the CPU gets. I think it's trial and error when compared to offset because it requires a lot of test in my opinion to get the desired CPU voltage.

Load line calibration settings may help with fine tuning adaptive voltages like offset.
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I think adaptive uses a increasing voltage curve depending on core Multiplier set and how much load the CPU gets. I think it's trial and error when compared to offset because it requires a lot of test in my opinion to get the desired CPU voltage.

Load line calibration settings may help with fine tuning adaptive voltages like offset.
ok thanks by the way what is the safe voltage limit for a i7-6700k ?
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