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Originally Posted by FJSAMA
1.4V on load seems a bit high. I cant rise more than 101 or memory becomes unstable.
Also, how did you calculate the values for manual pbo?
Values are from researching across various forums.
My understanding is that the values I am using will guarantee maxing boost clocks without any sort of throttling, though this is tandem with how cool the CPU will be running.
All core load voltage is not 1.4V its around 1.35v.
The voltages are determined based on AMD's algorithms with regards to how the boost clock mechanisms work.
I am water cooled so have no issues with temps.
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