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  1. asdf

    this is awesome I have to test this also, I never use avx offset because I only dun 4.7ghz. but if this is true for my 8600k also then I am gonna push it to whatever frequency 1.25v will give me!
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  2. bios

    Version 1704
    2018/10/029.86 MBytes
    ROG MAXIMUS X HERO BIOS 1704

    it has been out for two weeks

    I have not installed it though, I don't want to reset all my fine tuning :p will do it soon...
  3. that sounds sad :( im sad for you :( but...

    that sounds sad :( im sad for you :(

    but maybe you can try having a lower set voltage like: 1.2500 with +offset of 0.070 or even lower offset. I have a negative offset of 0.100. but I haven't...
  4. monitor

    you could monitor your voltage curve or whatever its called if you go to hwinfo64 and doubleclick on the vcore, you get a rolling graph, and then start your game and play for a few minutes and see if...
  5. same here on z370, as you see from the picture...

    same here on z370, as you see from the picture 1.000 and negative offset of 0.100 and it stays at 1.168. but as long as you are aware of this I don't think it is a big problem, just the ocd that...
  6. I think it is a mix of bad settings giving people...

    I think it is a mix of bad settings giving people voltage spikes, I have everything SVID related turned on except "BCLK aware adaptive voltage" and I just ran a game for 2 hours with logging and it...
  7. I think this option is present on the lower end...

    I think this option is present on the lower end boards as well, think it was on my tuf z370 plus also..
  8. here you go bubba

    i missed the "BCLK" before aware adaptive.. lul… you should have understood anyway mr.overclock :D (and no photoshop)
  9. no no, I didn't :p if you enable everything with...

    no no, I didn't :p if you enable everything with SVID, a new option appears above the voltage settings called "aware adaptive voltage", I checked my bios recently when we were talking about it. if...
  10. ok

    of course there is, if you have svid settings turned on... well it is not gonna spike under load. the difference between a good overclock and a bad one is the person behind the wheel.. so to speak.
  11. maximus x hero

    You guys must test your adaptive settings, and check if "aware adaptive" is on, if that is on, doesn't matter what you do the cpu will demand and MB will deliver. almost always overshoots.

    But...
  12. [QUOTE=metadist;730151]Hi Carlyle Thanks! May...

    [QUOTE=metadist;730151]Hi Carlyle

    Thanks!
    May be I have some misunderstanding of how Adaptive mode is supposed to work.
    see 1.35+0.5=1.40 V instead of supposed cap of 1.35. I believe @dmt.taran...
  13. hey, turn off "aware adaptive voltage" if you...

    hey, turn off "aware adaptive voltage" if you have that on, its crazy. I have the same board, and my "adaptive" voltage setting is 1.000v with -0.100 for a total of 0.900v and hwinfo still reads...
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