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|08-22-2019 06:11 PM|
|Xenozx||im on 2606 and when I change my core voltage from AUTO or MANUAL to - (negative) OFFSET and do 0.025 or 0.05 the core voltage goes from auto of 1.45 to 1.1 or less? Obviously thats why too low, and it didnt do this on older bios, any idea why 0.05 or any # really, drops it so low? I am not fat fingering and missing the .0 either.|
|08-22-2019 01:20 PM|
|08-22-2019 01:07 PM|
|Yoizhik||latest stable bios is 2606, right?|
|08-22-2019 11:16 AM|
|08-22-2019 09:30 AM|
|Mandarb||Anyone tried 2606? It didn't boost for me and the CPU was stuck at 3.8GHz. Anyone else seen this behaviour?|
|08-22-2019 08:08 AM|
We could debate a lot about that. I don't think this millisecond spark at 76C that HWinfo shows to you while your average temp during the display cycle was actually 65C is really representative of the reality. If AMD switched to average it's because they think it's a far better representation of the chip real temperature and I think they are right.
|08-22-2019 08:06 AM|
You still want some Cookies my brother? What kind do you want??? LOL!
Thank you, but you save up for that new 3950X.
|08-22-2019 07:44 AM|
|08-22-2019 04:50 AM|
That's only if you go too far. You can get better boost and much better benchmark results with a negative offset compared to regular PBO or boost due to the better thermals but the amount you can offset is pure luck.
I can manage -0.1V and be rock solid stable, most others seem to manage -0.85, -0.75 or even -0.50.
Per CCX overclocking still had the best overall performance for me but until the AsusWMI bug is fixed I don't want to run that.
|08-22-2019 12:40 AM|
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