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This was in another thread on the Asus Maximus Z690 which should use the same LLC settings. You should adjust IA DC loadline according to these values for correct power and VID readings:

LLC1: 1.75 milliohms
LLC2: 1.46 milliohms
LLC3: 1.1 milliohms
LLC4: 0.98 milliohms
LLC5: 0.73 milliohms
LLC6: 0.49 milliohms
LLC7: 0.24 milliohms
LLC8: 0.01 milliohms (flat).
IA AC Loadline on the other hand will affect load voltages so you shouldn't change it from its current setting unless you want to actually change your voltages. However it only has an effect with Adaptive/Auto voltages.

 

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Yeah it's always at 5.5G...never drops below. I never configured loadline stuff thats maybe why the its not showing the right watts...I set llc to 6 and left the rest at auto...

Also avx offsets are 0


Does anyone know what's the right settings for LLC4 or LLC6? Ia ac ia dc?
Tried avx offset 1. Somehow with avx offset 0 cpu will clock down more.
 

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This was in another thread on the Asus Maximus Z690 which should use the same LLC settings. You should adjust IA DC loadline according to these values for correct power and VID readings:



IA AC Loadline on the other hand will affect load voltages so you shouldn't change it from its current setting unless you want to actually change your voltages. However it only has an effect with Adaptive/Auto voltages.

So basically if I use manual voltage...I should not worry?
 

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AC Loadline is only used for Adaptive voltage. Your manual voltage should be obeyed.

However the motherboard may or may not use the DC Loadline to adjust power readings for voltage settings other than Adaptive. I don't know how Asus motherboards behave in this regard, you should try.
 

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I couldn't wait for the waterblock for the high level 3090 Ti, so I bought 3090 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE.
Here are some 3DMark World Rankings based on all kinds of CPUs and one 3090 Ti.
○ CPU : 12900K all cores (P 5.7Ghz / E 4.4Ghz / Cache 4.6Ghz)
○ VGA : 3090 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE
○ Ram OC : 7200Mhz-30-41-40-28-305-2T (Gear 2)
○ MB : Z690 Apex (Bios 0090)
○ Ambient Temp : 23~27C
○ Cooling : Mora 420 Pro (CPU, RAM) , VGA AIO
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I couldn't wait for the waterblock for the high level 3090 Ti, so I bought 3090 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE.
Here are some 3DMark World Rankings based on all kinds of CPUs and one 3090 Ti.
○ CPU : 12900K all cores (P 5.7Ghz / E 4.4Ghz / Cache 4.6Ghz)
○ VGA : 3090 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE
○ Ram OC : 7200Mhz-30-41-40-28-305-2T (Gear 2)
○ MB : Z690 Apex (Bios 0090)
○ Ambient Temp : 23~27C
○ Cooling : Mora 420 Pro (CPU, RAM) , VGA AIO
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Great mate lol. What kind of temps are you hitting on that 3090ti?
 
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AC Loadline is only used for Adaptive voltage. Your manual voltage should be obeyed.

However the motherboard may or may not use the DC Loadline to adjust power readings for voltage settings other than Adaptive. I don't know how Asus motherboards behave in this regard, you should try.
Generally speaking...all of you guys are testing with win 11?
 

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Generally speaking...all of you guys are testing with win 11?
I generally do testing on Linux since it's the OS that I use the most, although sometimes I boot onto Windows since there is currently support for a greater number of motherboard sensors via HWInfo64.

Stress tools like Prime95, Y-cruncher, Blender, Linpack Xtreme are also available on Linux. Additionally, lately I've found that compiling large applications stresses the CPU like no other program.
 

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I couldn't wait for the waterblock for the high level 3090 Ti, so I bought 3090 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE.
Here are some 3DMark World Rankings based on all kinds of CPUs and one 3090 Ti.
○ CPU : 12900K all cores (P 5.7Ghz / E 4.4Ghz / Cache 4.6Ghz)
○ VGA : 3090 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE
○ Ram OC : 7200Mhz-30-41-40-28-305-2T (Gear 2)
○ MB : Z690 Apex (Bios 0090)
○ Ambient Temp : 23~27C
○ Cooling : Mora 420 Pro (CPU, RAM) , VGA AIO
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How did you manage to get 5.7 on your CPU? Overvolt or just P cores?
 
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5.7 for Cine or Game bench is not hard for my CPU.
As I mentioned, all cores P 5.7Ghz, E 4.4Ghz, Cache 4.6Ghz.
That's how the physics scores are high.
What voltages?
 

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The Corsair 6,200 MHz CL36 seems to have better binned Hynix ICs than the G.Skill 6,400 MHz CL32. Can reach up to 8,000+ MHz.
But Igor's Lab claims that their sample was crap, so it is probably a lottery. Maybe someone here could buy a kit to test?
 

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The Corsair 6,200 MHz CL36 seems to have better binned Hynix ICs than the G.Skill 6,400 MHz CL32. Can reach up to 8,000+ MHz.
But Igor's Lab claims that their sample was crap, so it is probably a lottery. Maybe someone here could buy a kit to test?
Not better, just luck of draw. "silicon lottery" :)

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