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  1. Yep your numbers are correct. Surprised that...

    Yep your numbers are correct.
    Surprised that LLC5 is 1 mOhm instead of 0.8 mOhms. Default vdroop for 8 core CFL is 1.6 mOhms, so a -50% vdroop would be exactly 0.8 mOhms. That is what Gigabyte's...
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    Did you forget to set Standby voltage (VCCST)...

    Did you forget to set Standby voltage (VCCST) manually to 1.08v so it's not 1.60v when you go past x52 multiplier, and CPU PLL OC Voltage (may be called PLL Bandwidth in your BIOS) so it's 1.20v and...
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    Enable Sync All Cores, and then set a CPU...

    Enable Sync All Cores, and then set a CPU multiplier. You can also disable Intel Turbo Boost Technology.
  4. There's no "CPU PLL OC Voltage" setting in the...

    There's no "CPU PLL OC Voltage" setting in the BIOS?

    You get clock watchdog timeout (clock signals just freeze) when PLL OC voltage is too low. You can trigger that by setting a PLL OC voltage of...
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    You are not the first to have had CPU's just...

    You are not the first to have had CPU's just suddenly die like that. In most cases where this happened, it was always the CPU that died, as a replacement worked fine, but no one determined why it...
  6. Vdroop is how much your voltage drops BELOW the...

    Vdroop is how much your voltage drops BELOW the voltage set in BIOS. Your "minimum" voltage reading (if C-states, power saving, speedshift, etc are all DISABLED) is your maximum vdroop. So your...
  7. There is such a thing called vdroop. Vdroop is...

    There is such a thing called vdroop.
    Vdroop is exactly equal to "VRM Loadline mOhms * CPU Amps current"

    On the 9900k, LLC High (= LLC5 on Asus) is 0.8 mOhms and LLC Turbo (=LLC6 on Asus) is 0.4...
  8. Ok. Then simple: Use VR VOUT for your voltage...

    Ok. Then simple: Use VR VOUT for your voltage reading.
  9. Your Vcore in that screenshot is 1.24v-1.293v....

    Your Vcore in that screenshot is 1.24v-1.293v.
    Use VR VOUT on Gigabyte boards to monitor. And this is an Asus forum. Did you really expect Gigabyte users to be here? :)

    Asus maximus XI boards...
  10. Mike, this is totally off topic, but were you a...

    Mike, this is totally off topic, but were you a Street Fighter or Chess player ?
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    You don't need to disable cores. People only do...

    You don't need to disable cores. People only do this for things like Super Pi and other world records usually. Disabling cores won't help you at all.
    What you want to do is disable...
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    D15S with dual 140mm fans (or Noctura 3000 RPM...

    D15S with dual 140mm fans (or Noctura 3000 RPM industrial fans) is the best for air cooling. Of course you can do better but that's in AIO or custom loop water cooling.
  13. Did you disable fast boot in windows power...

    Did you disable fast boot in windows power options?
  14. A too high cache ratio will just generate a...

    A too high cache ratio will just generate a "clock watchdog timeout" (0x101), or a Stop 0x124 (WHEA uncorrectable error). Stop 0x124 on these platforms is very often cache related. Clock watchdog...
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    Looks like it cant go to 6 digits or it's bugged...

    Looks like it cant go to 6 digits or it's bugged on HEDT?
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    Why are the scores much lower (and latency much...

    Why are the scores much lower (and latency much higher) than what AIDA64 shows?
    I was getting 31000 read and 35000 write and 50.1ns. AIDA64 is 49500 read and 51000 write and 41.2ns.

    That's a...
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    I already told you why it happens and you...

    I already told you why it happens and you completely ignored me. Maybe it's all over your head. Do you know how power plane impedance works?
    First let's explain voltage loadline resistance. ...
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    The last two posts are wrong. NO LLC levels...

    The last two posts are wrong.
    NO LLC levels overvolt.
    Transient spikes isn't the same as what you call overvolting from reading vcore from a badly calibrated SIO chip (Pre Maximus XI boards).
    LLC8...
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    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.
  21. 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...
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