hazed is lazed
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Rhode Island, US
for some reason I upload pics but they come out sideways.. even from computer.. weird. but yea.. I ended up just going back to stock.. setting XMP then booting and resetting low volts in DIPS, then Saveing and loading low volts, if I don't VCCIO and VCCSA are at 1.4 Each.. But yea. I run 3600MHZ c19 Ram 32GB kit 2x16GB. AND the VCCIO and VCCSA set to intel stock voltage. but yea I havet gotten any instability running at those low volts.
I also save profiles in UEFI with low volts but I like using DIPS because I like to boot computer stock with just XMP enabled. then load profiles in DIPS and test for stability.
A lot say dips is bad and u should stick with BIOS (UEFI) but not me..YEa so
currently im at 5ghz Stable all Core 0 AVX OFFSET at stock auto voltage letting motherboard control voltage.
Temps check.. Voltages stay between .63 and 1.314
But I did have to enable LLC level 3 to remain stable at stock auto and stable at 5 and 5 (5ghz AVX Stable)
Temps at 5GHZ NON AVX - 83C - p95 version 26.6
Temps at 5GHZ AVX Load - 97C less then a minute p95 latest version
I don't want to push more.. and strain the longevity of the system~~! so im staying stock for now and ill just increase the LLC a step up if need more Vcore for higher clocks leave voltage on auto (adaptive stock) best way to go I think … the Motherboard Manufaures do a great job adjusting voltage for overclocks on auto.. NOT the same can be said for VCCIO and VCCSA, PCH Core, CPU PLL Core Voltages that are VERY high at STOCK and are 100% stable at lower settings.
Heres a pic of the settings set in bios and DIPS. its 100% stable at 3600MHZ ram cl19 32gb, ALL Prime 95, Aida, Realbench, XTU, MemTest, C15, C20, Gaming Stable
Tips for getting stock voltages!!!!
Start PC with all auto don't even enable XMP
Boot into Windows Check DIPS, or HWINFO or your motherboard manufacures program monitoring software. record or take a photo of the voltages and settings
go back into bios. and set all settings after you enable XMP and press YES. Change Everyhting to stock after XMP Set and set dram to 1.35 Vdimm.
Then Boot into windows with just ram at XMP and voltages set low and try stress tests at stock. then oc repeat
but yea.. dips is the beast
EDIT: When I decide to do some ram overclocking ill look into the VCCIO and VCCSA voltage they will prolly need some bumps up so I heard.
Intel Stock MAX Vcore for i9 9900k (ks,kf) - 1.50
Intel Stock MAX VCCIO ??? I don't know Stay under 1.3 I heard
Intel Stock MAX VCCSA ??? I dontr know stay under 1.3 what does intel spec sheet say about those 2 voltages. what about CPU PLL MAX or
haze is lazed
Last edited by eminded1; 11-14-2019 at 11:18 AM.