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  1. What Loadline Calibration did you use? ...

    What Loadline Calibration did you use?

    Adaptive voltage cannot be set below the CPU VID.
    I highly doubt an adaptive voltage of 1.2v would work.
    Also if that is not a Maximus XI board, the vcore...
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    Oh, I forgot about that. However Elmor's chart...

    Oh, I forgot about that. However Elmor's chart isn't based on a heavy load. He took those graphs while idle in the BIOS.
    At a very heavy load, the spikes and dips on both ends will be larger than...
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    It varies motherboard to motherboard. And each...

    It varies motherboard to motherboard. And each motherboard has different transient response. The evga z390 dark for example is literally in a league on its own. But a board with that good...
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    I can tell you already right now. LLC1=2.1 mOhms...

    I can tell you already right now.
    LLC1=2.1 mOhms and LLC2 is 1.6 mOhms and LLC6 is SOMEWHERE CLOSE TO 0.4 mOhms (either 65% or 70% reduced vdroop) and LLC8 is 0 mOhms.

    Someone on OCN calculated...
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    This is a good post. The "best" LLC depends...

    This is a good post.

    The "best" LLC depends purely if you are using fixed vcore or adaptive/offset vcore (with c-states) as this affects your idle voltage, so the CPU can downvolt at idle, which...
  6. Why are you even enabling that setting to begin...

    Why are you even enabling that setting to begin with?
    It just slows down your benchmark speeds if it's enabled and it has some relation to C-states.
    This should only be enabled on laptops to save...
  7. Nice to see you again, Mokichu. How are you...

    Nice to see you again, Mokichu. How are you holding up through this quarantine and pandemic?
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    The AVX offset is crashing him because his...

    The AVX offset is crashing him because his Non-AVX stability is already borderline (if he were not using an offset to begin with).
    AVX offsets need to be improved by Intel and even they admitted it...
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    What motherboard is this? What RAM? You didn't...

    What motherboard is this?
    What RAM? You didn't really give us any system specs.

    This sounds like your system agent voltage is too low...
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    BSOD on R15 but not on R20? That's because...

    BSOD on R15 but not on R20?
    That's because you're using an AVX offset.
    Remove the AVX offset and R15 will not BSOD anymore.

    This is tricky because R15 does *NOT* use AVX. However the AVX offset...
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    Are you sure you stress tested long enough? ...

    Are you sure you stress tested long enough?

    Did you have HWinfo64 running in the background with the bottom sensors field "WHEA" section open at the same time to look for errors that Realbench...
  12. Did you search for this monitor online to see if...

    Did you search for this monitor online to see if others have a similar problem? You can't be the only person online who has had this happen.
    The last time I saw something like this was many, many...
  13. You need to contact Asus high level support and...

    You need to contact Asus high level support and ask for help from a hardware engineer. The chip that controls the RGB may need a firmware flash. I know Gigabyte has their own firmware flash utility...
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    Memtest86 is not garbage. It's useful that you...

    Memtest86 is not garbage. It's useful that you can determine whether you can boot into windows without completely trashing the boot sector and operating system from extreme instability. If you can...
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    That isn't degradation. That's simply the CPU...

    That isn't degradation. That's simply the CPU wearing down with time as all chips do. Each and every chip will lose its max overclock over time. You are not going to have the same clock 2 years...
  16. Idle clock speed is supposed to be 4.7 ghz...

    Idle clock speed is supposed to be 4.7 ghz without C-states if turbo boost ratios for each core loads are not set separately. 4.7 ghz is the 8 core turbo boost load speed. If default turbo boost...
  17. Did you install windows from scratch? If not,...

    Did you install windows from scratch? If not, that's your first mistake. Windows installs do not always play well with motherboard swaps. Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't.

    If you did...
  18. I'm telling you. RMA the chip. It's a 9900KS,...

    I'm telling you. RMA the chip.
    It's a 9900KS, not even stable at 9900k stock settings...(much less 9900ks stock settings).
    You're testing RAM. RAM isn't the problem.
    40k FMA3 doesn't even access...
  19. You are running a 9900KS at 4.7 ghz (basically,...

    You are running a 9900KS at 4.7 ghz (basically, stock 8 core turbo boost ratio speed for a 9900k) and getting wrong residuals in LinX?
    But getting correct residuals when XMP is disabled? And...
  20. That's not how you check idle VID btw. And idle...

    That's not how you check idle VID btw. And idle vcore is irrelevant. We're talking about VID here.
    To check base VID, you must disable all power saving and used a fixed voltage. Then set AC/DC...
  21. Got it. FMA3 is a subset of AVX2. If you...

    Got it.
    FMA3 is a subset of AVX2. If you disable AVX2 in the stress test options, it will test AVX.

    Try 112K in-place FMA3, and see if that fails faster.
    112K is even more brutal. It draws...
  22. Wow, you should RMA that chip. A VID of 1.210v...

    Wow, you should RMA that chip.

    A VID of 1.210v (with AC/DC LL of 0.01) puts it at the worst bin for 9900KS. :/ The lower the VID shown, the better the silicon quality. That bin is equal to an...
  23. I've seen chips lose a little of their "absolute...

    I've seen chips lose a little of their "absolute minimum" voltage right after use (meaning the voltage has to be raised after about a week), but it usually stops after about 15-20mv after a week or...
  24. Set VCCIO to 1.20v. VCCSA to 1.25v, PLL...

    Set VCCIO to 1.20v. VCCSA to 1.25v, PLL Terminiation to 1.10v, Internal PLL Voltage to 1.0v, PLL Bandwidth to level 0, Standby voltage to 1.05v then test again.
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    Did you clear cmos after flashing?

    Did you clear cmos after flashing?
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