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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array Carlyle2020 PC Specs
    Carlyle2020 PC Specs
    MotherboardAsus Maximus XI APEX w/o vrm heatsink
    Memory (part number)Corsair LPX 4000 CL19@17.21.41/560/2T
    Graphics Card #1OOO RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA
    Graphics Card #2GTX 1060
    Sound CardOOO Xonar STX modified
    Monitor21: 9 LG 34 inch / flat
    Storage #11TB 960evo
    Storage #22TB 970evo plus
    CPU CoolerNoctua NH-D15
    CaseSilverstone FT2 +200 bucks of sounddampening
    Power SupplySeasonic TX-850 RMAed the prime tita1000w
    Keyboard Cherry KC 1000 / OOO CORSAIR K63 + lapboard
    Mouse MX Master 2S
    Headset Sennheiser PC360 + Philips X2HR
    Headset/Speakers klipsch 4.1 pc speaker /cooling modified
    OS Win 10 64bit
    Network Routeryeah right...
    Accessory #1 Silverstone EBA01 headphone stand / black
    Accessory #2 radio Keyfob to turn on and off from Garage
    Accessory #3 Adata USB3.1 512Mb SSD @480Mb ul/dl

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    Mar 2018

    voltage table question for "CPU stand by" with 8086k/Z390 apex/per clock OC/ X53

    Hello there,

    I am running manual vcore with all other power saving functions activated and Svid off/MCE-on (800-5300Mhrz during testing):

    My '8086k', Bios v.1302 does misbehave a little if I use "per core overclock" (starting?) with the multiplier x53.

    The CPU stand-by voltage, if left on auto, thinks 1,61volt is as a value worth running.
    Like permanently, despite the power saving functions...

    I have read this out with HWinfo and within Bios itself.
    What i usually see is 0,800 up to the standard of 1,050-60 for the maximum non-boost-clock.

    If you need anymore information please let me know.

    Thanks in advance

    Best Regards

    ps This is not a call to consumers to try to recreate this
    Last edited by Carlyle2020; 11-10-2019 at 03:31 AM.

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