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  1. Disable Asus EC support in your monitoring tools,...

    Disable Asus EC support in your monitoring tools, close HWinfo64 *or* disable Asus EC in HWinfo64.
    or just uninstall the Asus windows monitoring tools you have installed.
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    What's PPL? You have a lot of typos here. 2.6v?...

    What's PPL?
    You have a lot of typos here. 2.6v? What? A processor would be destroyed if any voltage were that high. Even on sub-zero.
  3. All this is explained here....

    All this is explained here.
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?106375-MCE-explanations-and-others

    The VID changes when the multiplier goes up, thus the change in voltage. And adaptive...
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    This setting has zero actual effect on temps and...

    This setting has zero actual effect on temps and just skews the DTS sensors calibration (not all of them); some will report a lower temp than others. PLL OC can go down to 1.110v, before the system...
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    CPU's are rated up to 100C, which is tjunction,...

    CPU's are rated up to 100C, which is tjunction, although some boards set it to 95C. So running at 98 to 99C is no problem at low volts. Technically, 125C is the thermal trip (instant shutoff of all...
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    He gave you the most detailed answer anyone...

    He gave you the most detailed answer anyone could, and answered *all* of your questions precisely. But clearly you don't like the answer since you're unhappy with your board, and blaming HIM for...
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    Switchable Graphics, aka Optimus. These options...

    Switchable Graphics, aka Optimus.
    These options are in the base bios code from AMI. Probably don't want to select SG. It's for laptops that have the outputs muxed through the iGPU with dGPU...
  8. @jab383 already said everything that needs to be...

    @jab383 already said everything that needs to be said. You (OP) didn't give us any system information at all, despite writing a gigantic wall of text. We have no idea what you're using except "uh,...
  9. It's not the fact that the iGPU is disabled....

    It's not the fact that the iGPU is disabled.
    It's the new stepping. Notice the "R0"?
    The 9900K's with iGPU will also get that stepping.
  10. Increase vcore or raise loadline calibration by...

    Increase vcore or raise loadline calibration by one level.
  11. You can't. VID is hardwired into the CPU. You...

    You can't. VID is hardwired into the CPU. You override VID by using manual voltage. Period.

    If you don't want to use manual voltage, then all you can do is limit how much the "VID" is boosted...
  12. Your CPU VID won't be lower than your default...

    Your CPU VID won't be lower than your default pre-programmed CPU VID in adaptive mode.
    Additional turbo voltage in adaptive mode will also not go below your CPU VID (which depends on the...
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    What new things? What new settings did you see?...

    What new things?
    What new settings did you see?
    And you really should be using HWinfo64, and have it running in sensor mode when doing the XTU and Realbench 2.56 stress tests. Look for logged WHEA...
  14. This has already been answered. And your load...

    This has already been answered.
    And your load graph you posted is basically useless.
    You need an oscillioscope for these kind of tests. It has to be at least 50 mhz and (40us or ms (??) sampling...
  15. completely wrong. Default VID is based on BOTH...

    completely wrong.
    Default VID is based on BOTH CPU Cache ratio and core ratio. I suspect you are on stock F4 bios which uses a MUCH higher cache ratio than normal, which will cause a higher VID...
  16. You're complaining a lot yet you're refusing to...

    You're complaining a lot yet you're refusing to do what I asked you to do.
    That's not helping anyone. It's unhelpful if you won't cooperate with people asking you do specific tests.
    Set your bios...
  17. Did you change the internal AC/DC loadlines to...

    Did you change the internal AC/DC loadlines to 0.01 or anything?
    I believe one setting on the Asus board will set these to 0.01 automatically.
    That error means your CPU voltage is too low, but...
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    The PCIE lock should usually be pressed to the...

    The PCIE lock should usually be pressed to the side going towards the CPU, towards the cpu if it's a side tab, or otherwise pressed down if not.
    On most older boards (not sure about all), the latch...
  19. I know English isn't a first language for you,...

    I know English isn't a first language for you, but you really need to listen and stop arguing and start trusting.
    LLC3: 1.340v bios will be about 1.220v at full load (VCC_SENSE measurement). Yes...
  20. Do not use LLC7 at any vcore (bios) higher than...

    Do not use LLC7 at any vcore (bios) higher than 1.250v ! Use LLC6 and a higher bios voltage like 1.35v is much safer! I personally would not use LLC7 any higher than 1.20v bios, and LLC8 any...
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    This is correct. This is idle voltage right? I...

    This is correct. This is idle voltage right?
    I am assuming if you run realbench at these settings, your load voltage will be about 1.265v, am I right?
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    You're missing out on something here. You can...

    You're missing out on something here.
    You can NOT use prime95 to test AVX/AVX2 stability at high overclocks. The power draw will be too massive, which will make the voltage "vdroop" too high...
  23. It's clearly a bios error due to that RAM not...

    It's clearly a bios error due to that RAM not being validated.
    If you DISABLE XMP and set the RAM to 1.35v manually and enter in the primary timings manually, it still doesn't work?
    Still 1.1v even...
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    I replied to your post on reddit. Open the side...

    I replied to your post on reddit.
    Open the side or front of the case or your house door and drop the ambient temps and see if you pass 2 hours, then get back to me.
    But tl;dr: Increase vcore 15mv.
  25. Did you set Loadline Calibration to LLC6 ? Are...

    Did you set Loadline Calibration to LLC6 ?
    Are you using automatic voltages or did you set a manual voltage?
    Did you set your memory to XMP?
    Those BSOD errors look to be memory or IMC related. ...
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