Nice...The VF curve is Intel and won't change - it is a property of the chip. The voltages are fixed. The assignment of VF1-Vf7 and their offsets to multipliers will not change. VF8 voltage and offset are always assigned to the maximum multiplier if that multiplier is above the turbo multiplier, so if you change the maximum multiplier VF8 will follow it.
PPL have reported SP change. I believe this is an Asus thing and may change with BIOS. Maybe someone can correct me here.
You can tune the offsets by limiting the maximum frequency in windows power management or through a tool like Asus AIsuite or Intel Extreme Tuning Utility. Limit the frequency to each frequency on the VF curve and test for stability while varying the offsets.
If V/F 8 is assign to the 53x or the higher frequency I set, How about Adaptive?
If I have V/F7(5200)=1.360,
Set V/F8 to 5400=1,450 and
Adaptive set to 1,435 (lower than V/F8)
What will be the VID assign to 5300 ?
An interpolation of V/F 7 and V/F 8 or the adaptive?
Or in this case Adaptive is null ?