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11-30-2019 04:45 PM
Kommando Kodiak
Quote: Originally Posted by Wirerat View Post
Ekwb and bitspower make monoblocks for that board. You might get a good idea from the measurements of those blocks.

The images of the measurements are on ekwb site.
Thank you!
11-30-2019 10:59 AM
Wirerat
Quote: Originally Posted by Kommando Kodiak View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Wirerat View Post
What motherboard are you wanting this information on specifically?

Different vrms and model of boards have different hole spacing.
Oh whoops MSI Z390 Godlike
Ekwb and bitspower make monoblocks for that board. You might get a good idea from the measurements of those blocks.

The images of the measurements are on ekwb site.
11-29-2019 08:38 PM
Kommando Kodiak
Quote: Originally Posted by Wirerat View Post
What motherboard are you wanting this information on specifically?

Different vrms and model of boards have different hole spacing.
Oh whoops MSI Z390 Godlike
11-29-2019 08:56 AM
GeneO
Quote: Originally Posted by elmor View Post
I think the VRM controller reports the last voltage it saw before it was asked to turn off to save power (0V SVID command), while the Vcore reading is from an external sensor (SIO chip) that will read all changes independent of the VRM controller state.
Hi thanks, that would make sense.
I was running with speedshift mode enabled in BIOS and windows set to autonomouse mode. If I just disable autonomous mode in Windows, VR OUT lowers at idle as I thought it should. It is a difference between > 1,25v avg. with autonomous enabled, and .725 autonomous disabled. So I don't know if the OS can tell the chip to no longer use speedshift when I disable autonomouse mode.
11-29-2019 07:37 AM
Wirerat
Quote: Originally Posted by Kommando Kodiak View Post
Does anyone know the hole spacings for the VRMs?
What motherboard are you wanting this information on specifically?

Different vrms and model of boards have different hole spacing.
11-29-2019 12:01 AM
Kommando Kodiak Does anyone know the hole spacings for the VRMs?
11-28-2019 09:24 PM
elmor
Quote: Originally Posted by GeneO View Post
Hi,

I hope somebody here can help me understand the voltage measurements on my (new) Gigabyte Aorus master.

I am running an 8086k on it in normal//offset mode @5.1 GHz. I run with C-states enabled, EIST disabled and speed-shift enabled (with autonomous mode in the OS). Behavior is same for EIST enabled instead.

Below is a HWINFO64 screen snapshot of vcore and VR VOUT illustrating drops in vcore when there is no corresponding drop in VR VOUT. If I disable all C-states, it is the same. If I disable speed-shift (EIST already disabled), then there is no drop of voltage in either measurement as you should expect. This leads me to believe that the vcore drops are real and due to speed-shift (or alternatively EIST) lowering voltage as it is supposed to do. My question is is that correct and, if so, why no corresponding VR VOUT drop?

Thanks

I think the VRM controller reports the last voltage it saw before it was asked to turn off to save power (0V SVID command), while the Vcore reading is from an external sensor (SIO chip) that will read all changes independent of the VRM controller state.
11-27-2019 09:12 AM
Robostyle
Quote: Originally Posted by GeneO View Post
Then you must be able to articulate an answer, right?
I have nothing to say about your question, cause I don't know. Alas, I was only questioning, just as you.
And we're the only who's watching this topic AFAIK.
11-27-2019 09:04 AM
GeneO
Quote: Originally Posted by Robostyle View Post
forget about it, topic is dead.
Then you must be able to articulate an answer, right? I mean, this is the VRM discussion thread,
11-27-2019 04:33 AM
Robostyle
Quote: Originally Posted by GeneO View Post
Nobody?
forget about it, topic is dead.
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