Originally Posted by Jpmboy
no - that is most likely LLC adding vcore under load, when it should be set to lower vcore slightly under high-current loads. Have you read the guide linked in my signature block? If not, when using manual override, allow for some vdroop (20 to 50mV) under p95 or IBT or x264/x264 loads. The droop is there to mitigate transient overshoot when the curent flow changes (a basic property of any voltage-clamped system when current (read: load) changes). You cannot see this over and undershoot without special equipment.
Actually, I meant adaptive. I've got the idea about vdroop from manual
That comes for the adaptive - since avx offset kicks in, regardless of what you type as turbovoltage, I've tried lowering adaptive vcore at 0.035v, so far it's stable both in AVX and nonAVX prime torture.
During avx, it sustains stable at 5GHz all core, vcore hikes up to 1.408V. NonAVX torture gives out stable vcore at 1.36v, 5GHz allcore - and no whea I've seen yet.
So, that comes to what I've meant - when I was testing rig for stable 5GHz, no offset or any kind of pampering - I've bumped in 1.39V mark. It was only stable voltage for 5GHz, avx aswell, allcore.
For adaptive, I use 1.36V, since aditional turbo voltage means nonAVX voltage override. For AVX, it will spike at 0.035V mark. That's how I see it now, so just asking if it's correct, true?
Adaptive turbo is set to 1.35V, so yeah, LLC6 gives some overshoot, I'll stick to lvl5 afterwards.