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    I would argue that deciphering your...

    I would argue that deciphering your "grammatically sound" posts is far more bewildering. ;)

    I never said it made people 'feel cooler'.
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    Why do you assume they would only change this...

    Why do you assume they would only change this value for TDP? It just lifts the throttling point.
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    He is running DDR4-4000 with 64GB of memory....

    He is running DDR4-4000 with 64GB of memory. Stands to reason that voltage requirements may be different to yours.
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    The BIOS release notes will always be brief....

    The BIOS release notes will always be brief. Nothing I can do about that. I've tried.
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    Because it can be. That's why the variable...

    Because it can be. That's why the variable exists. Provides more thermal headroom before throttling. Seeing as the parameter should be in UEFI, you should be able to set however you wish anyway.
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    IIRC, Tjmax offset is user configurable via UEFI...

    IIRC, Tjmax offset is user configurable via UEFI (Advanced CPU section). Should not be a bug. Intel allows it to be set by users and the vendor.
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    There's no going back once you start doing this...

    There's no going back once you start doing this stuff. Saves a lot of time and hassle.
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    Yeah. Always worth noting these things before you...

    Yeah. Always worth noting these things before you update. I kept a note of all applied voltages, measured voltages (good practice), and all associated timings and variables.
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    You can also go back to 0218 and check the auto...

    You can also go back to 0218 and check the auto voltages for SA and IO plus the memory sub-timings. The auto values may need tuning for 64GB running at DDR4-4000.
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    The connector is optional for the WB vendors to...

    The connector is optional for the WB vendors to use. Whether or not they do is up to them. The function is there if they want it. If you have issues with them not using it, you'll need to contact...
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    These cards will likely be limited so you will...

    These cards will likely be limited so you will need to contact your regional ASUS office and ask them about availability and release dates.
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    Who from ASUS support in Germany have you...

    Who from ASUS support in Germany have you personally contacted? If you have elevated to support, remember that It's CNY, so unlikely you will get a response until HQ is back.

    And also, please...
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    No.

    No.
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    Is it a fat32 formatted drive and have you...

    Is it a fat32 formatted drive and have you renamed the file correctly? Details are in section 2-16 (page 64) of the manual.



    Chinese New Year so the office is closed until next week. Can’t do...
  15. The Apex DIMM.2 slot is wired to the PCH, not CPU...

    The Apex DIMM.2 slot is wired to the PCH, not CPU PCIe.
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    Yeah, that should be fine.

    Yeah, that should be fine.
  17. If you really want to tinker with things, you can...

    If you really want to tinker with things, you can play with per core VID, via XTU.
  18. The VID depends on the capabilities of each core....

    The VID depends on the capabilities of each core. Some require less voltage than others, so the baselines are different.
  19. You can try 100 and see if it works fine for you....

    You can try 100 and see if it works fine for you. If it does, feel free to use it.
  20. The idea is to tune the voltages gradually so...

    The idea is to tune the voltages gradually so that you arrive at what your chip requires for stability. There's nothing to get hung up on, really.
  21. The mainstream platforms utilise an external dc...

    The mainstream platforms utilise an external dc converter, and don't have an internal dc-dc regulator for core voltage. Electrically, it’s just a voltage rail, so you’d probe it the same way you...
  22. If you had practised what you're preaching in...

    If you had practised what you're preaching in this post, none of this would have happened. For the record, here is what your post stated before you went back and edited it yesterday:

    78605

    It...
  23. Yes we will. I can understand you dont have the...

    Yes we will. I can understand you dont have the platform so are being cautious. :)
  24. I play with lots of hardware, but not everything...

    I play with lots of hardware, but not everything becomes my daily rig.


    Just curious, how long have you been rocking a BW-E chip?




    The auto rules are there to account for the worst case...
  25. I’m still using the CPU I used to write that...

    I’m still using the CPU I used to write that guide in my daily rig, and it’s switched on for 15-20 hours per day. ;)

    How long have you been running a Broadwell-E CPU? I should add the the CPU I...
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