Yeah just run it at 1866 and tighten up your ram as much as you can and keep ram under 45C. I can run run 1v SOC and vddp etc in the 800s mV.So with my cpu and a b550-F it looks like upping VSOC to 1.15 gets rid of the few WHEAs I had at 1900 FLCK. This is with LLC 1.
I put the other voltages at auto just to see where they would go. Have not tried lowering any of them.
Auto VSOC was at 1.1v, but I still had WHEAs at that level.
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The thing is this didn't seem to help improve my 1800 FCLK results in any of the handful of benchmarks I ran. Need more testing, but I will probably settle back on 1800 FLCK for daily use as I can keep voltages and therefore SoC power much lower then.