Originally Posted by nick name
I don't use Ryzen Master, but you can use TurboV Core to adjust the offset. I used it to test offsets greater than what would POST when set in BIOS. My PC ran with an offset as large as -.150V though it was most certainly not stable. I gradually reduced it to end up at -.10625V which seemed stable and I could also POST at when set in BIOS, but it eventually proved unstable. So back to -.1000V and so far so good.
Wow you keep the ram at almost 1.5v... what is your ram kit rated for?
Anyway today i came home too late to do some test, tomorrow i will dig further into the voltage and also yesterday i got some troubles with my ram kit... i seem unable to run the fast presets of the calculator, i wasn't unable either with the old bios too but i tried anyway
My PC: - Asus Crosshair VII Hero- 2700X - 2x8 Gskill 3200 cl15- ASUS Strix 1080 - AX760 - Asus PG279Q - Corsair C70 Military Green
Last edited by poliacido; 04-15-2019 at 01:18 PM.