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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-31-2020, 12:59 AM - Thread Starter
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What LLC and SVID Behavior should I use? i7 10700

Hi,
I'm wondering what setting that I should use? I have not overklocked the CPU over the basic.
What I want is to get as much out of this CPU (stock) and I also want it as cold as possible.

My system setup:
CPU: Intel i7 10700 (just the reguler none K model)
Motherboard: Asus Prime z490m Plus

The settings that I have in BIOS is the following:
XMP: XMP1
Asus MultiCore Enhancement: Disabled - Enforce All limits
CPU Core Ratio: Sync all cores
Multipel with 46
Power-saving & Performance Mode: Performance Mode

All numbers are taking after that I have run the OCCT small data set for 1min.
I did put the VID in screenshot as it's mutch easier to overview.

SVID Behavior: Best-Case Scenario
LLC level 6 = vCORE: Current: 1.199 Min: 1.172 Max: 1.208 Avrage: 1.197
(Can't go down to lvl4 then i got BSOD and lvl5 gives me WHEA errors)



SVID Behavior: Typical Scenario
LLC level 3 = vCORE: Current: 1.217 Min: 1.217 Max: 1.225 Avrage: 1.222



LLC level 4 = vCORE: Current: 1.234 Min: 1.225 Max: 1.243 Avrage: 1.234


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SVID disabled if possible, MCE enabled, power limit through the roof and regulate Vcore. Once you're done stabilizing then up your BCLK, just don't expect coconuts.

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SVID disabled if possible, MCE enabled, power limit through the roof and regulate Vcore. Once you're done stabilizing then up your BCLK, just don't expect coconuts.
The only thing that I want is to run it in stock mode but in 4,6GHz all the time instead of it just boosting a short while to 4,6 then dropping down to 3,05GHz or simuler.
Everyone are telling me not to use MCE and some are saying use it I'm getting confused. Also SVID disabled? I don't think I can do it I can put it in Auto,
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Quote: Originally Posted by rstolpe View Post
Hi,
I'm wondering what setting that I should use? I have not overklocked the CPU over the basic.
What I want is to get as much out of this CPU (stock) and I also want it as cold as possible.

My system setup:
CPU: Intel i7 10700 (just the reguler none K model)
Motherboard: Asus Prime z490m Plus

The settings that I have in BIOS is the following:
XMP: XMP1
Asus MultiCore Enhancement: Disabled - Enforce All limits
CPU Core Ratio: Sync all cores
Multipel with 46
Power-saving & Performance Mode: Performance Mode

All numbers are taking after that I have run the OCCT small data set for 1min.
I did put the VID in screenshot as it's mutch easier to overview.

SVID Behavior: Best-Case Scenario
LLC level 6 = vCORE: Current: 1.199 Min: 1.172 Max: 1.208 Avrage: 1.197
(Can't go down to lvl4 then i got BSOD and lvl5 gives me WHEA errors)



SVID Behavior: Typical Scenario
LLC level 3 = vCORE: Current: 1.217 Min: 1.217 Max: 1.225 Avrage: 1.222



LLC level 4 = vCORE: Current: 1.234 Min: 1.225 Max: 1.243 Avrage: 1.234

leave svid to auto=typical behaviour

set to L6 if your mobo has LL range 1-8
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Check Vcore not Core x VID, there you will see the actual vcore (mines match the override volage i have set while i am testing the optimal for my setup). If you set mulitplier to x47, will it boost using it with all cores enabled or it is only using the x46?

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