Originally Posted by lightofhonor
And then I restarted and it refused to post. Lol fun while it lasted.
Ideas? Cl back down to 18, stock all the others.
Well, I'd save a previous Stable settings into a Profile Slot first before doing RAM Tweaks. Just so you can get back to previous Profile when it fails.
Revert to Default Settings > Reboot
Load the previous Profile > Adjust RAM Speeds, Timings, Voltages > Save to a Profile again. Reboot to Windows.
I wouldn't hesitate giving VSOC a bump and giving the RAM more relaxed timings. They don't seem to matter os of yet.
Originally Posted by Keith Myers
Yes, on my Prime VSoC on Auto is 0.881V. What I did notice is that gets changed to 0.931V with the TPU I setting that boosts main CPU clock to 3.775 Ghz. The TPU II setting boosts main CPU clock to 3.825 Ghz and puts VSoC at 0.996V in Auto. That TPU II setting for VSoC is what gave me a clue that if I wanted to run at 3.8 Ghz all cores, full load, that I would need to put VSoC in manual and somewhere around 0.96V. That is what I have set now.
Why do you use TPU?