Originally Posted by Hydroplane
I'm gonna try the custom TJMax on mine to see if I can increase my clocks. How does the adaptive voltage work? Is there a way I could reduce the voltage (and thus heat) some of my cores run at? Right now I have all 18 cores at the same clock speed and voltage.
That is how you find the good and bad core running same clock and voltage.
Adaptive works fine usually additional turbo voltage is the weird one
Most I've read say adaptive offset Auto and additional turbo tends to vary 1.185 is a good starting point
I like DooRules not sure he's still using it or not but his first recommendation or screen shots he shared used
Adaptive -0.035 and additional turbo 1.185
That works for 4.7 for me
After 4.7 the vid's get to spread out being the high/ low vid gets too great and creates instability
So I have to use by spasific core tuning to rase the low/ lazy core up and lower the high cores to close the gap
Looks like if I keep the vids within 0.015 of each other it works okay.
If core temps get too high I have to back down the core multiplier
Raise the core multiplier on the cooler cores.
I do find it more straight forward to use offset mode first for tuning and after switch to adaptive and play with additional turbo voltage.