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Noticed a difference in my NVME Samsung 960 as well.

Finally dialed in a stable overclock, still got Realbench Running.
I went with offset voltages, though I can't read the mesh voltage with anything, but that mesh wasn't stable with anything but a +0.100v offset.

Hey @Raja@ASUS is this a bug or deliberate.
The VCCIN setting is totally gone from 0802 BIOS?

0702


0802

Mesh at what multiplier? I need a 100mv offset for 3Ghz so that's not unusual. VCCIN may well have been removed from some/all SKU to avoid performance anomalies with throttling where some users were entering arbitrary values based on what they think the CPU needs.

I've yet to flash but will look here.
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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Noticed a difference in my NVME Samsung 960 as well.

Finally dialed in a stable overclock, still got Realbench Running.
I went with offset voltages, though I can't read the mesh voltage with anything, but that mesh wasn't stable with anything but a +0.100v offset.

Hey @Raja@ASUS is this a bug or deliberate.
The VCCIN setting is totally gone from 0802 BIOS?

0702


0802
Vccin is still there. Disable svid.

I tested it just now 2hrs rb. Same voltages for 0802.

Zero diff for me interms of performance for cpu.

Ram couldnt compare as i was doing some 4200c16 @1.58v just now. Didnt do any stability runs yet for those rams. Just got them. Will be away for two weeks. Just ran half of the 64gb 3600kit. Literally no time. Got to catch a flight in 6 hrs. I got the rtls/iols in and i have arnd 80% confident on the skews i set on it. Need longer runs to test.

Offset is risky. And also think about it
Mesh doesnt seems to have a vid, multiplier table.
Msi&giga board states 0.9v. pretty confident is correct.

Anyway thats about all i can test for now. Hopefully will get to do some 7980xe runs with 128gb kit when i am back if work schedule permits.
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So what's a safe Mesh offset.
I tried +0.010, +0.020 both failed, going to tried +0.030 now, but like I said I can't read the Mesh voltage at all on the TUF Mark 1.

You know I didn't even see it was enabled, I actually had the CVID set to disabled this whole time, checked again and it wasn't, man I'm having a time now should of stuck to the "if it ain't broke don't fix it rule" biggrin.gif
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So what's a safe Mesh offset.
I tried +0.010, +0.020 both failed, going to tried +0.030 now, but like I said I can't read the Mesh voltage at all on the TUF Mark 1.

You know I didn't even see it was enabled, I actually had the CVID set to disabled this whole time, checked again and it wasn't, man I'm having a time now should of stuck to the "if it ain't broke don't fix it rule" biggrin.gif

You'll need more than that. 0.100 - 0.130 should be enough for 3Ghz
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You'll need more than that. 0.100 - 0.130 should be enough for 3Ghz

I did just pass a 15 minute Realbench 2.44 with +0.030v but I don't trust it seeing +0.020v crashed biggrin.gif
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With 0802 bios on X299 Deluxe, does anyone get one thread in Task Manager pegged 100% all the time by the system for anyone else?

An investigation with Latencymon shows that it's ACPI.sys causing it. Rebooting the system sometimes fixes it but it's a crapshoot.

I'm on the latest version of Windows 10 with Intel chipset drivers installed and a 7900X. Even on a clean install of Windows it'll sometimes do this.
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You'll need more than that. 0.100 - 0.130 should be enough for 3Ghz

Went to do a 8 hour run of Realbench and +0.030v blue screened, so I tried a offset of +0.050v with a 2 hour run and it passed.


Edit:
Well spoke too soon, passed 2 hours of Realbench, crashed 5 minutes into Divinity Original Sin 2, so I've upped the Mesh back to +0.100v
Edited by schoolofmonkey - 9/19/17 at 12:21am
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Went to do a 8 hour run of Realbench and +0.030v blue screened, so I tried a offset of +0.050v with a 2 hour run and it passed.


Edit:
Well spoke too soon, passed 2 hours of Realbench, crashed 5 minutes into Divinity Original Sin 2, so I've upped the Mesh back to +0.100v

Yeah, like I said, you'll need more than that lol wink.gif
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Yeah, like I said, you'll need more than that lol wink.gif

Well I also needed higher voltages on my core overclock too.
Set the Mesh back to default and got the same crash in Divinity.

What I don't understand is why am I passing Realbench (2.44) and Prime95 (26.6)...
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Well I also needed higher voltages on my core overclock too.
Set the Mesh back to default and got the same crash in Divinity.

What I don't understand is why am I passing Realbench (2.44) and Prime95 (26.6)...

I've had a few odd issues with the NV 385.xx drivers.. you might check or reinstall the driver.
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