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SVID power measurement is used to enforce CPU power limits, and it is highly reliable. If your measurements are wrong, it is because your board is using some "overclocking" feature to spoof it.

I know that it should be reliable, since the information is sourced from the VRM controller itself. The information that leaves the controller is correct, however what emerges from the PCU (as the reported power draw) is totally off (~57% like I said). Maybe there is a mailbox command or something that can be used to skew these figures.
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How are you setting cache voltage? Same value of the VCore?
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How are you setting cache voltage? Same value of the VCore?

Max 1.150V, pref. around 1.050V. This for 2.9-3.1 ghz depending on how your mesh is clokcing.
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I have a few quetions on 7800x.
My broadwell 6850k my vccin was 1.910 for 6850 4.6 @34 cache
With my 7800x just delided 4.9 is stable core temp pretty even I am happy with my delid.. rb 1 hr not prime with 1.820 running cache 30 @ auto 0.954 or so..

Just to clarify before I get bashed I game mostly so when I say stable for me not everyone's prime 95 ..lol
I was ocing my cache and could only get to 33 @ 1.15 ring or so ..
Does vccin play into ocing cache also ??
Should i be running 1.910 same as my broadwell ?
Also what is max safe volts for ring everyday use ?
What is max core volts for benching mabe try 5.0??
Mesh makes a big difference on fps gaming correct?
Anyone want to chime in wHat there running 7800x Big Thanks
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How are you setting cache voltage? Same value of the VCore?

The default is significantly lower than the core voltage (=< 0.950V).
1.025V was enough for 3000MHz on my 7960X.

Apex (and probably other ASUS boards as well) set it to fixed 1.100V if you increase the cache speed beyond the default OC (2.7GHz).
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The default is significantly lower than the core voltage (=< 0.950V).
1.025V was enough for 3000MHz on my 7960X.

Apex (and probably other ASUS boards as well) set it to fixed 1.100V if you increase the cache speed beyond the default OC (2.7GHz).

Thanks man, cache@3000 24/7 with your 7960x? smile.gif
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post #5457 of 6006
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Thanks man, cache@3000 24/7 with your 7960x? smile.gif

Was, until the chip kicked the dust.
Surely it had nothing to do with the cache thou smile.gif
post #5458 of 6006
Deliddet it anyways.. I'm weak.

This time around I did a really good job. Compared it with my non delidded 7820X and you can't even see the difference.
post #5459 of 6006
Im wonderin can i reach 4.9 or 5.0 ghz on my 7820x after delid. Its atm 4.7 1.23v non delidded.
post #5460 of 6006
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Im wonderin can i reach 4.9 or 5.0 ghz on my 7820x after delid. Its atm 4.7 1.23v non delidded.

What are your current temps?

Even non-deliddet it only was at the high 70s, low 80s under ex. Cinebench R15. This was at 1.360V and 4.9 ghz.
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