I have disabled speedshift in bios, it was making my clocks act weird (in win10).
I plan after a long period of stability to try rasing my cache to 4.4 (is on 4.0 with a 4.8 cpu clock so 800mhz down.)
Regarding dynamic voltage I originally had problems, the problem was a lot of my time was trying to get it working right on a faulty motherboard, once I got the new board in I was in a rush to get it live so did less testing but basically my experience was something like this.
On the newer bios's on faulty board.
Bios 1.10, 1.30 both tried plus I think a 3rd bios version also.
LLC1 would spike voltages way too high underload although was stable but as an example if the bios was 1.31v in bios, I could boot into the OS, do a AVX test and load would pike voltage up to around 1.4v which was bonkers.
LLC2 would have more sane voltages but be unstable.
New board arrived with bios 1.00 which apparently has broken LLC.
On my testing on this board things "just worked" and with the stability, I didnt bother doing any bios updates or adjusting LLC.
Voltage droop if there is any is minimal and voltages doesnt go to crazy levels under AVX load and system is stable.
Bear in mind it didnt just work with what I threw at it e.g. 5ghz needs 1.38v to be stable under AVX which I didnt like, it wont even boot into linux below that voltage, 4.8 (my current clock) is fine tho at a much lower voltage of 1.28 no AVX and about 1.31 with AVX. These voltages are very similar to what was needed on the first board, but the difference is with the new board, offset mode behaves itself, on the first board it was a mess.
Forgot to mention my board ia a k6 fatality. I love it, way more goodies vs similar priced boards from other manufacturers, especially vs asus. The debug led is what allowed me to determine the fault of the first board as well.
ASRock K6 Fatality Z370
Teamgroup 8 gig 3200 x 4
Samsung 850 Pro
Samsung 850 EVO
WD 3TB RED x 4
Antec HCG Gold 750 Watts
Windows 8.1 Pro
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