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    Is 0.01 AC/DC Load Line still recommended?

    I've seen a lot of older guides say that when using adaptive voltage you should set "ia ac load line" and "ia dc load line" to 0.01, but is that still recommended for z390 boards with up to date BIOS?

    I think I remember reading somewhere that needing that setting was a result of a bug with adaptive voltage in earlier BIOS versions or on earlier boards. Is that correct?

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    I believe setting SVID behavior to best case scenario accomplishes the same thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menthol View Post
    I believe setting SVID behavior to best case scenario accomplishes the same thing

    This (On Z390 boards).

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