cpu current capability is overriding the cpu's internal TDP related current limiting (the 95W figure)
vrm freq is adjusting the efficiency of your vrm, asus says 350 khz is good enough for anything you can run without cryo
phase and duty control, set it to extreme, its there as a power saving feature but messes with the vcore stability, default behavior will only run the cpu with say, two voltage regulator modules instead of 8+ when the cpu is idle, or play round robin with them and similar stuff like that
i can dig up the link to the asus tech rep's writeup about it, but simple is to just copy these settings aside from LLC in the digi+VRM
I think your motherboard has a extreme option for duty cycle, if not temperature is the suggested setting iirc
I asked a few pages back-- what are the differences in the settings MANUAL submenu under Phase Control? (ie. Extreme vs. Very Fast)
Understand what Phase Control technology is, it controls the number of active power phases in order to save power.
Your choices are standard, optimized, manual adjust and extreme, extreme being the optimized default or at least those are what I see with my 1101 bios. Running anything other than extreme will reduce the number of power phases so I would not recommend it for overclocking, This means that in extreme mode all PWM phases are enabled all the time. However if you are under volting and down clocking your CPU it may be useful but I have no first hand experience experimenting with the setting. It may well work at a lower state (normal or High) at stock speed to give additional power saving but I would certainly test for stability if you choose to use it on a 24/7 desktop.
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I hope this helps.
Edited by owcraftsman - 3/15/12 at 9:57am