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So besides turboVcore, SIV64 reports the uncore offset value also. I changed the bios settings back and forth to verify. smile.gif

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post #1212 of 1463
Quote:
Originally Posted by AvengedRobix View Post

i've a Prime X299-A and 7820X.. why any program not report my correct vcore but only vid? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

A little explanation for the Asus Rampage VI (maybe the same for the Prime)
Quote:
Rampage VI Apex and Extreme boards VIN0 holds VCCIN when you have a Skylake-X processor installed; but the same register holds the Vcore when you have a Kaby Lake-X processor installed. Similar separation of register layout, based on the type of installed processor exists with other manufacturers as well. It's a recent phenomenon about the X299 platform, and should be no longer an issue once Intel commits to a single CPU architecture for each platform

VIN0 being the Vcore, with a Skylake-X, it is the VID that corresponds to the Vcore
With the next beta of Aida64, the VCCIN will be read correctly, for info
Edited by tistou77 - 11/10/17 at 11:24am
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post #1213 of 1463
Quote:
Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post

A little explanation for the Asus Rampage VI (maybe the same for the Prime)
VIN0 being the Vcore, with a Skylake-X, it is the VID that corresponds to the Vcore
With the next beta of Aida64, the VCCIN will be read correctly, for info

Thank you for explanation
post #1214 of 1463
Hi, i repair my voltage problem and iam verry happy, my pressure come down now.

I delid the cpu again, need a lot less pression for deliding the next time.

-First thing i saw when take off the cap is a splash of liquid metal on little module around the cpu. So when i recap it the first time maybe have lil bulb of liquid metal on a side and after apply pressure it splash !

- Then i bought remover too and i have clean all, take off the polish nails too.
- After i have a photocopy of the 7900x online delided and i counting all compoment around the cpu and nothing missing.
- I apply again liquid metal but so tin and on the cap more tin and put my hight temp silicon and put the cap.

When restart the pc voltage are ok on both side of dimm. The voltage wich was lower coz a shorting module are now a lil higher then the right side. I belive those controler have a kind of memory and when shorting it work harder to try upper the lower voltage. Iam sure in 24 hour voltage will be the same on both side.

Now i have left side 1.360 volt
right side 1.344 volt with aida 64 but in bios they show both 1.344.

Now all me memory is install on manuel setting at 3200mhz and its working fine.

So what we must learn about my story is ; when you delid a cpu and apply liquid metal inside, apply a verry verry tin layer coz with the pressure it will splash on the side.

Now without overclocking my temp idle is 17-18-19 Celcius and the max i see is 42-45-48 Celcius. Tomorrow i will begin overclock it for catch the max.

Those have deliding there cpu i want ask if you need less voltage after putting liquid metal inside for the same overclock ?


p.s: by the way sorry for my bad english lol. Voltage already drop to 1.344 volt then all perfect.
Edited by changboy - 11/10/17 at 5:40pm
post #1215 of 1463
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Originally Posted by changboy View Post

Hi, i repair my voltage problem and iam verry happy, my pressure come down now.

I delid the cpu again, need a lot less pression for deliding the next time.

-First thing i saw when take off the cap is a splash of liquid metal on little module around the cpu. So when i recap it the first time maybe have lil bulb of liquid metal on a side and after apply pressure it splash !

- Then i bought remover too and i have clean all, take off the polish nails too.
- After i have a photocopy of the 7900x online delided and i counting all compoment around the cpu and nothing missing.
- I apply again liquid metal but so tin and on the cap more tin and put my hight temp silicon and put the cap.

When restart the pc voltage are ok on both side of dimm. The voltage wich was lower coz a shorting module are now a lil higher then the right side. I belive those controler have a kind of memory and when shorting it work harder to try upper the lower voltage. Iam sure in 24 hour voltage will be the same on both side.

Now i have left side 1.360 volt
right side 1.344 volt with aida 64 but in bios they show both 1.344.

Now all me memory is install on manuel setting at 3200mhz and its working fine.

So what we must learn about my story is ; when you delid a cpu and apply liquid metal inside, apply a verry verry tin layer coz with the pressure it will splash on the side.

Now without overclocking my temp idle is 17-18-19 Celcius and the max i see is 42-45-48 Celcius. Tomorrow i will begin overclock it for catch the max.

Those have deliding there cpu i want ask if you need less voltage after putting liquid metal inside for the same overclock ?


p.s: by the way sorry for my bad english lol. Voltage already drop to 1.344 volt then all perfect.


Glad you resolved, could have been far worse
post #1216 of 1463
Yes, iam lucky the cpu not burn.
post #1217 of 1463
My 7900x do 4.7ghz @ 1.265 volt and temp are between 68 to 85 celcius. Vram temp with the monoblock not go over 62 celcius.

Before i put the monoblock i have 4.6ghz @ 1.225 volt and vram temp can go to 92 celcius . This is with the asus x299 strix.

Maybe i can do 4.8ghz at around 1.3 volt but i didn't try it
post #1218 of 1463
After more bench test 4.7ghz at 1.265 is too much,voltage and its seam 1.245 enough coz higher can do blue screen and i will keep testing with lower then this, so its good news.

I'ts funny to test overclocking lol. I really like the x299 platform, lot better then my x79 with my i7-4930k. My 4930k need 1.395 volt for 4.5 ghz.

Those new i9 are insane. I dont regret bought the de8auer delid made x to delid my cpu. I love it now, its beyong expectation.
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