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    Hello, If using Adaptive Vcore, it's common...

    Hello,

    If using Adaptive Vcore, it's common that more voltage is needed over a fixed/manual voltage due to the change in load transitioning. It is also preferable to increase Vcore if...
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    Hello, topic covered here: ...

    Hello, topic covered here:

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?106270-XMP-1-and-XMP-2-difference
  3. Unless using Per CCX, as mentioned above auto...

    Unless using Per CCX, as mentioned above auto values with PBO enabled is the best alternative. Like with any CPU your mileage varies depending on sample.

    Mine is 44/44/43/43 @ 1.33v. Of course,...
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    Hello, As said previously, those readings are...

    Hello,

    As said previously, those readings are normal. The voltages seen in UEFI will not always match what is being received at the socket, thus there's no need to be concerned by variance. If...
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    Hello, 1) VCCIO and VCCSA are signal rails,...

    Hello,

    1) VCCIO and VCCSA are signal rails, which means too much voltage can be just as detrimental as too little. You will need to find a value that works well for your CPU sample and memory...
  6. Hello, Mixing memory kits is ill-advised as...

    Hello,

    Mixing memory kits is ill-advised as memory vendors bin them at the speed and density in which they are sold. Purchase a singular kit at the density and speed you wish to run in order for...
  7. Hello, You may want to tune the SOC voltage...

    Hello,

    You may want to tune the SOC voltage manually. Even if not gaming, Ryzen benefits from higher memory speeds in certain workloads.

    Try setting a manual SOC voltage of between 1v and...
  8. Hello, as far as I'm aware, these thermal...

    Hello, as far as I'm aware, these thermal shutoffs are still based on T-CASE temperature. This would mean the CPU is almost certainly running too hot.
  9. Hello, Those temps are more than fine, enjoy...

    Hello,

    Those temps are more than fine, enjoy your build!
  10. Hello, You may want to try Maximus Tweak Modes...

    Hello,

    You may want to try Maximus Tweak Modes available from within the UEFI. Depending on the modules, either Mode 1 or Mode 2 may offer better stability with overclocking.
  11. Hello, Memory vendors bin memory kits in the...

    Hello,

    Memory vendors bin memory kits in the density they are sold in. When combining memory kits you are eating into the guardband put in place by the vendor to ensure best chance of...
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    Yes.
  13. Yes, that's correct. The header won't have any...

    Yes, that's correct. The header won't have any trouble with that configuration.
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    21:9 ...

    21:9
    https://www.overclockers.co.uk/asus-rog-swift-pg35vq-35-3440x1440-200hz-va-g-sync-ultimate-hdr1000-ultra-wide-gaming-monitor-mo-0a5-as.html

    16:9...
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    Hello, What is your budget? What size...

    Hello,

    What is your budget?

    What size preference?

    AMD or NVIDIA GPU?
  16. Hello, Realbench remains the most practical...

    Hello,

    Realbench remains the most practical use case for stress testing a system without subjecting the CPU to copious amounts of current.
  17. Not all boards require an AC cycle, as long as...

    Not all boards require an AC cycle, as long as the voltage is changing I'm not sure there's anything to address here. It can depend on the UEFI config as to what controllers are enabled/disabled,...
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    Hello, Slot configuration can be found within...

    Hello,

    Slot configuration can be found within the manual on page 12.

    85209
  19. Hello, These kits are only likely to be...

    Hello,

    These kits are only likely to be produced in small numbers. Regardless, mixing kits of that density is not likely to work without manual tuning, or at all at the validated frequency.

    It...
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    Hello, Yes, an updated UEFI isn't likely going...

    Hello,

    Yes, an updated UEFI isn't likely going to solve the issue as what voltage is needed depends on the individual CPU.

    Best to make notes, or if the platform supports profiles across UEFI...
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    Hello, When XMP is enabled associated voltage...

    Hello,

    When XMP is enabled associated voltage rails scale to accommodate stability (VCCIO/VCCSA). Depending on the CPU sample you may be able to dial these back, but for the sake of stability it's...
  22. As I said, you can apply either a negative or...

    As I said, you can apply either a negative or positive offset, however, this isn't true adaptive. The minimum VID is definined by the individual CPU. Not something within our control.
  23. Adaptive uses Intel's VID table, so it is not...

    Adaptive uses Intel's VID table, so it is not possible to go below the minimum VID for said frequency. You would need to run a negative offset, however be aware this is applied to the entire VID...
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    The UEFI will always report the effective memory...

    The UEFI will always report the effective memory frequency, should be clear if you've digested the links provided by Red Sector
  25. For the platform you are using I would still...

    For the platform you are using I would still recommend Realbench. Prime95 induces an incredible amount of current based on a totally unrealistic AVX routine. For 9/10 users a video encode will be the...
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