Originally Posted by nick name
Actually, if you're increasing BCLK you'll probably want to use load line calibration level 4 and a + offset on the VCORE.
And I am running a 3600CL15 b-die kit at 14-15-14-14 when running at 3600MHz. I can't get 14-14-14-14 stable at speeds faster than 3500MHz.
Everytime I adjust bclk with any pbo setting, default all the way to 4, my system runs correctly for up to 70sec and then hangs up. This looks to be precisely after the algorithm begins lowering the multiplier of unused cores and boosts the single core, even for just having moved the mouse.
Given a synchronous 102bclk, PBO level 3, core performance boost enabled, stock digi+ settings save for CPU LLC level 4, a cpu offset of +0.025v, and a manual SOC of 1.05v, what am I doing wrong here?
Last time this occurred just now the display freezes. CPU vcore reported 1.537v, vrm vcore 1.504v, and SVI TFN cpu vcore 0.886v.
Am I tripping overvoltage?
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