Just saw a voltage spike on vccio to 1.491 when I started aida64 with the fpu, cpu and cache test turned on. I have vccio set to 1.15. I have 128gb installed at 2666. Is that reading most likely a glitch in software? Are there any power management settings or features on the cpu I should disable?
128GB at 2666MHz is a lot of power.
Just to confirm, you're referring to Uncore voltage as VCCIO?
Does anyone know the complications of not doing the microcode upgrade for Spectre? I'm worried I'll lose my OC
I've tested in games both old UEFI and newest with patches + patch enable/disable in Windows. No differences what so ever for me.
I don't really see the need to try some magical uCode updates as they are very likely to make no difference at all in terms of OC. Hardware is hardware and no software patch will give you 100MHz at equal voltage, keep on dreamin' and test better.
Also the endless confusion of people when it comes to versions as some write it in DEC some in HEX.
Originally Posted by milkman6453
running an infected program can give it access to essential all computer functions. Some type of memory that should never be accessible.
Yet even with everything patched or not patched all I get is stupid false positives from any AV I ever tried, mostly they dislike admin tools and anything that's windows related or uses an update via web DL, suddenly the heuristic crap trips for stuff that's known safe only no one made exception in some AVs for it yet and as they tweak their algorithms it causes false positives. What's worse is that Windows defender has went to total crap now when it comes to trying to recover your files and stopping it from deleting something it has detected, quaranteened? Yeah forget it. The old defender was miles better in this regard, the move to metro on Windows is ruining many things.
You can make a custom .iso of 10 using MSMG. You can cut out all the metro stuff in one swoop and never worry about it again. Anyone using this thread could probably figure it out if you have the time. I did but it took a while.