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    Quote Originally Posted by dmt.taran View Post
    So u’re saying, u've set roughly 1.3 in additional turbo voltage box, and u get maximum 1.312V at all, at any circumstance?

    Which settings have u changed, exept for vcore and ratios?
    Whilst in adaptive mode, If the applied voltage is lower than the minimum stock VID for a given ratio, then you're able to use the negative offset function (note this is however applied to the entire VID stack).

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    Well, I figured out the problem.

    First of all, about that overshoot I was questioning all over - so I will go on here with my 5GHz story. And yeah, too much LLC. While for manual voltage LLC6 is way to go to get rid of any possible drops, for Auto/Offset/Adaptive LLC5 gives +/- exactly needed voltage. So now, with 1.38V set in box with LLC5 respectively, I have 1.376-1.392V under load. Even when AVX Battlefield 1 kicks in.
    Most of the time.

    However, it does not gives stability. And I'm 100% sure it's R&D flaw.

    The problem is, voltage curve is not straight, and voltage supply is not stable, whatever LLC you use. IRL it looks like sparse, unpredictable voltage drops by a mere 0.01V. Or spike. By exaactly the same 0.01V.
    As a result, I get these drops to 1.36V under heavy load, that result in WHEA. And every time voltage drops for a milisecond, I get WHEA.
    It conecrns both Adaptive and Offset.

    Moreover, 1.36V is not always insufficient under manual voltage. I could say my CPU is 95% stable under 1.36V. So that confuses me aa little, when under manual voltage CPU is +/- stable at 1.36-1.37, but adaptive 1.36 makes CPU struggling with WHEAs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feedmeink View Post
    Did I stutter?
    No, u've wrote bullsh*t. And I dunno how u caan stutter while typing

    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post
    Whilst in adaptive mode, If the applied voltage is lower than the minimum stock VID for a given ratio, then you're able to use the negative offset function (note this is however applied to the entire VID stack).
    Don't really catch, why u've mentioned that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by feedmeink View Post
    Offsetting only works in adaptive mode
    Hello

    Your latest post has been removed. If you wish to continue to enjoy posting privileges here be civil and respectful of the other forum members. And by the way, the reason I quoted this particular post is because it is wrong. To use offset voltage does not require the use of adaptive mode,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Praz View Post
    Hello

    Your latest post has been removed. If you wish to continue to enjoy posting privileges here be civil and respectful of the other forum members. And by the way, the reason I quoted this particular post is because it is wrong. To use offset voltage does not require the use of adaptive mode,
    Just trying to help. Kick me. Why bother

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