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Aorus Master and 9900kf - Help


Where and how works any equivalent of the core current limit settings? The one which is supposed to be put at 255.

Idem for short and long lower duration?

Also what should I put in ixed CPU vcore Switch rate

I come from an Asus card I wanted to know if those settings are still around to prevent throttling


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I will soon get a 9900kf and I wanted to know if the settings i've think about would be fine and also have more clarifications about some settings !

---- Turbo per core limit control" shoud i leave it on auto ?
---- Intel Speed Shift Technology: Disabled or enabled? does that changes a lot in the temps on manual vcore mode?
-----Intel Turbo Boost Technology : Enable or disabled and why?

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CPU Base clock 100
CPU upgrade : auto
Enhanced multi core performance disabled
CPUclock ratio 50
FCLK frequency for early power on : 1Ghz
XMP : profile 1
Vt-d disabled

Advanced cpu core settings
AVX offset : 0-1
Intel Speed Shift Technology: Disabled
Uncore ratio : 45
Cores : 50 all cores
C state : disabled
SpeedShift : disabled
Turbo per core limit control : auto

Advanced power settings
CPU VCORE Loadline calibration turbo ou high

CPU core voltage control
CPU vcore : 1.25 pour test
VCCIO 1.15
CPU SA : 1.15
CPU current limit 255
Power maxed out
Cpu vcore PWM switch rate : 300
CSM : disabled
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