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    Angry Z370-G Gaming (v1412) + 9900k = offset and adaptive voltage override dont work

    I tried all possible combinations of settings. Only manual mode works. I think SVID is bugged in 1412.

    For example (other settings are default)
    1. I set offset -0.005 - the system not starting.
    I set offset -0.01 - the system not starting.
    I set offset +0.005 - the system not starting.
    I set offset +0.05 - the system starting but with very high voltages.
    I set auto mode - the system starting with default voltages.

    2. I set adaptive mode to 1.2v and auto offset, but monitorings say Vcore = 1.1-1.3... I can't explain this, it's just full random values and all voltage changes in bios don't affect the real voltage values...

    v1002 + 8700 = no problems

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    Will have to pass this up to someone else to look at as I do not have that board to test for you mate. Hang in there will get it answered for you.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EtoEgor View Post
    I tried all possible combinations of settings. Only manual mode works. I think SVID is bugged in 1412.

    For example (other settings are default)
    1. I set offset -0.005 - the system not starting.
    I set offset -0.01 - the system not starting.
    I set offset +0.005 - the system not starting.
    I set offset +0.05 - the system starting but with very high voltages.
    I set auto mode - the system starting with default voltages.

    2. I set adaptive mode to 1.2v and auto offset, but monitorings say Vcore = 1.1-1.3... I can't explain this, it's just full random values and all voltage changes in bios don't affect the real voltage values...

    v1002 + 8700 = no problems

    Hi,
    Please try the BIOS attached and post back with results when using offset mode. Your adaptive setting is working as intended, as it's not possible to set Additional Turbo Voltage to less than the standard VID without the use of an offset.


    ROG-STRIX-Z370-G-GAMING-ASUS-1601.7z

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