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    Hi guys,
    Once every year I get restless and wonder if it could go better...
    And I've got that weird behaviour,
    I reset my Bios, I run the Intel XTU benchmark, my CPU Temp rises to max 100° and throttles.
    I change LLC from Auto to 1 as I had before.
    Nothing changes, I run the Intel XTU benchmark, my CPU Temp rises to max 100° and throttles.
    Than I change to adaptative Vcore 1.24V -0.03V.
    I run the Intel XTU benchmark, my CPU Temp rises to max 87° and it's fine. The IXTU utility shows Vcore 1.2V and 1.235V while benchmarking.
    Than I change the adaptative Voltages to improve further but everything stays the same from then on :
    my CPU Temp rises to max 87° and it's fine. The IXTU utility shows Vcore 1.2V or 1.235V while benchmarking.
    It seems I only get those 2 scenarios.
    Last edited by claudej; 11-10-2018 at 06:26 PM.

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    LLC helps control voltage droop.

    With LLC at lower levels your cpu voltage under load may be lower than what you're setting in the bios and you may run into instability, at level 7 the voltage will overshoot what you're setting.


    Watch what the voltage is going to under load and check that it's at or close to what you're setting in the bios. Adjusting LLC can help with this as well as using an offset voltage.

    Generally, LLC at level 5-6 gives the best results.

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    Yeah, I've understood LLC,
    And I understand my situation is difficult to grasp and probably not very interesting.

    But thing is, my system doesn't seem to follow my Bios settings.
    My system seems to expirience only 2 states.

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    Try a negative offset of -0.040v.

    The cpu voltage should now show a maximum of 1.20v when running XTU.

    Is it still stable with a negative offset of -0.040v ?

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    Done,
    Yes stable,
    I believe, nothing changed.
    On 2nd picture you see IXTU after Benchmark, corner right 1.235V and Adaptative Default 0V...

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