My VCCSA is showing a low value in HWINFO, 1.064 to 1.072 V despite being explicitly set to a higher value in BIOS. Could anyone with a Z390 Phantom Gaming ITX board test to see if they have the same issue? And is it a bug? In BIOS it indicates the correct value. EDIT: I'm assuming that this is just a bug since AIDA64 doesn't report the voltage at all (and I read something that suggests HWINFO shows the offset or something).
Does setting DLL bandwidth to 3 improve things? Or is 0 preferable? Currently it's at 0 1 2 2 with Hynix memory
i7 9700k @ 5GHz 1.28V
Asrock Z390 Phantom Gaming ITX-ac
AMD Vega 54 w/ Morpheus II VGA heatsink & 64 BIOS
Patriot Viper 2 x 8 GB 3200 Mhz DDR4 RAM @ 4000 CL18
SAMSUNG SM951 256GB NVMe
SAMSUNG 840 EVO 250GB
Seasonic PRIME Gold 850W
Alienware AW2518HF 240hz
CM Masterkeys Pro S w/ Gateron Yellows
XM1, G303, G100s, FK, G403, G203, Abyssus V1/V2, Venator, Aurora, ZA13, EC2, Kinzu V2/V3, Kana V2, KPO, Rival, Rival 310, Sensei 310, Jugan, MM S etc
Helios, Qck Heavy, Qck+, G440, Hayate Otsu, Hien, Shidenkai XL
Philips Fidelio X2s
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Last edited by Jonny321321; 09-18-2019 at 06:42 AM.