Originally Posted by Wirerat
Efficiency is not why I run this way. I get lower vrout by .020v stable and a tighter vdroop.
Being able to run low llc instead of turbo is where the benefits are.
It's a very specific bug. I don't run manual so never happens.
Yes I agree...having options is great.
What are you running on all your cores and what is your vrout voltages? (min. / avg. / max.)
I get that one size doesn't fit all, trust me... that's one of the things that enthusiasts like about being able to tune to find the sweet spot for their given hardware etc...
It's always interesting to see what works for people and what doesn't.
There will always be different configurations depending on the usage case of the user.
Have you tried static voltages?
Originally Posted by Falkentyne
This is true.
Going from Turbo LLC to high LLC (even without offsets or auto vcore/low LLC) allows you to reduce your load VR VOUT by about 20mv. I'm assuming because you're doubling the vdroop (0.4 mOhms to 0.8 mOhms).
So going from high LLC to Standard LLC should be another 20mv improvement I'm guessing with very dirty science (high=0.8 mOhms to standard=1.6 mOhms). This improvement is purely from "random instability" from transient dips, not from "RMS voltage". Like, if you get an L0 error after 30 minutes or a thread crash after an hour, not from "insta-crash".
Well said. Speaking of LLC have you tried any other combos with using static voltage? Honestly, I haven't even bothered as the system is running very solid and didn't find the need to drop below Turbo in respect to my settings.
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