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AC/DC load line and LLC

Hello everyone, so i've been having issues with my temps on my 9900k with a z390 aorus pro board using a noctua nh-D15 cooler checked the paste and seating.

I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask but you guys are much more knowledgeable about this topic. I'm not necessarily trying to overclock.

So i changed my ac/dc load line to "Power Saving" instead of "Auto" and my llc to "medium". It wasnt stable having the llc any lower than this also my Vcore voltage is set to "Auto". I am completely new to this so quite worried about messing something up, despite reading Guides.

Might be a stupid question but does this in any way harm my cpu long term and are these safe settings to run? HWinfo shows it pulls around 1.358 V prior to changing these settings but now it only goes up to 1.254V during a cinebench R15 run. Which in turn lowered my temps quite a bit. Performance seems to be about the same.

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