Originally Posted by Falkentyne
The values come from the AI prediction settings in the BIOS.
And I have no idea what temp is expected or needed for what speed. That stuff goes into the realm of microprocessor physics and is beyond me.
What I do know is that the predictions are based on CPU VID, cooler score and on Asus' own tests of various CPU's of different quality. There is no exact formula as the predicted BIOS set voltage at LLC4 may match the CPU VID at idle with ACDC Loadline at 0.01 (SVID Behavior=best case scenario) at 4.7ghz, for example, but at something like 5 ghz, the predicted BIOS set voltage will be much higher than the VID.
In my case, 4.7ghz VID was 1.140v (ACDC LL=0.01 mOhms) and BIOS prediction was 1.145v LLC4, but at 5 ghz, idle VID was 1.215v while predicted BIOS voltage to set was 1.285v LLC4.
Pretty sure the VIDs are based on an AC and DC Loadline and VRM Loadline (LLC=level 3=1.1 mOhms) all of 1.1 mOhms on Auto voltage (or Offset mode with 0mv offset), as I looked in laptop Bioses and laptops use a default ACDC Loadline of 1.1 mOhms on 10th gen H/HK parts and a fixed VRM Loadline (LLC) of 1.1 mOhms. But this gets over my head quickly.
Ok I get what your saying.
Yeah I was under the understanding that YOU somehow formulated the “expectations”
“Low end air cooler: 4.8 ghz
High end air cooler: 4.9 to 5 ghz
Good water AIO: 5 ghz-5.2 ghz, depending on chip quality
Custom loops, chilled water, delids: 5.2 ghz easy+, depending on quality
Extreme Torture stress tests: 4.8 ghz air, 5 ghz Water.”
I was curious as to how you could do this with out knowing what people should expect temp wise. It makes sense now that your saying the info above is what the ai software is saying and you basically copy pasted those values there.
With that said have you found that these new CPUs lose a lot of stability over 90c like the 9900k? What value would you say is a good value to shoot for and stay under? Stability wise.