Originally Posted by Cool Blaze
Yeah, but I tried it with 1.34 Vtt. I got 3.6 stable at 1.26v so I probably had it too high. I thought it worked like Vcore in that if you have a little too much it wont matter. I found 1.26v because 1.24v would not boot so I guess I can try the same thing for 3.8Ghz.
Is auto the same thing as setting it to 0.760 @ 1.2 Vtt when my board shows 0.760v as default? In other words should I bother testing the 0.760 value?
And with IBT, I had times to run at 5 so I guess I need to set it to 50.
IBT 50 pass minimum for me...
And I think ET6 (easytune) will tell you the actual loadup voltages including the Ref's, but Im not sure...
But when set to Auto the board will auto adjust based on your other settings. With alot of the voltages that is why it is so important not to leave them on Auto to prevent overvolting, with the Ref voltages its not as important. Again, its just "fine tuning" the voltages. I believe its actually the signal that we adjust, not even a voltage with Ref's..
I would just keep testing with them at Auto. The less adjustments you make the better for now.
I would leave everything where it is stable at 3.6 and try 3.8, see what happens with a Prime95 Small FFT test...