I tried LLC 3-7 with no changes.May have to adjust LLC and voltages a bit so you hit your desired load but idle is a bit higher.
I've heard that, and it's why I went full manual for my 24x7 4.5GHz 5930k overclock, but while rough-testing the previous chip, I never saw any voltages out of spec in hwinfo when overclocking.If everything else but the multi is set to Auto then the board will use excessive voltages on the chip, best to do a CMOS reset before continuing.
Heh, I actually made a similar graph based on some known good configurations I found. I didn't bother to perfectly fit the line though.Yes, I haven't had this occur on the front panel USB 3.0 ports yet though, give those a try. I still haven't figured out what causes it, but hazarding a guess it may possibly be PCH voltage. Interestingly enough, it only seems to affect my mouse, not any other USB 3.0 devices. It isn't worth disabling xHCI as USB 3.0 is much faster, try plugging the devices into a USB 2.0 port instead. Here's a chart showing roughly how much Vcore you need per multiplier for Handbrake AVX2 encoding stability:
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