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Medico
09-27-2016, 05:43 PM
I read that CPU SVID Support should be disable for overclocking. Is it that correct? However, with that disable, I noticed core voltage is not present in CPU-Z and others. Is it any way to make it present? Are other BIOS settings needed to be disable for overclocking?

Menthol
09-27-2016, 07:23 PM
Only disable svid on z-170 when using manual voltage, if using adaptive or offset set svid to enable or auto

sdmf74
08-30-2017, 08:57 AM
Only disable svid on z-170 when using manual voltage, if using adaptive or offset set svid to enable or auto

Only Z170? This doesnt apply to Z270?

I know its supposed to be on auto or enabled for adaptive overclocking on Z270, but what about manual overclocking? Should it be disabled?

Menthol
08-30-2017, 05:35 PM
Yes it also applies to Z270
Personally I do not disable SVID for overclocking, I use adaptive voltage for overclclocking and toggle Windows power plan from Balanced to Performance when running benchmarks
when SVID is disabled Core voltage cannot be read because communication is disabled between CPU and voltage control
Overclocking the Cache I leave minimum ratio on auto
Full manual control is just not necessary unless extreme overclocking

sdmf74
08-31-2017, 10:45 AM
Got it thanks