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    ROG Member Array bhorv67 PC Specs
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    Z490-f 10900k Adaptive Voltage Guidance Please

    HI, I just finished an install of a Z490-f and am trying to get a stable OC/temp setup for everyday use at 5100mhz

    Some confusing things the board is reporting - Prediction calculations:
    SP - 63, Cooler 154. So it appears I have an average CPU. But, for it to reach 5100mhz nonAVX, it's telling me to set 1.48v @L4.
    How can that be right? Voltage seems too high.

    In experimenting, the board is in default settings with the exception of:

    XMP II (gSkill Trident Z DDR4 3200 /32G) - stable
    Sync all cores - 51
    LLC - Level 4
    Min/Max Cache Ring - 45/47
    BCLK Aware Adaptive Voltage - Disabled
    CPU Voltage - Manual
    Override - 1.4

    I'm able to maintain 5.1 but the cpu is idling at 50c, 90+c under load and getting some thermal throttling.

    I'd like to use Adaptive voltage, but having some issues setting this properly
    Assuming the other settings above,
    I changed;
    CPU Voltage - Adaptive
    Offset Mode +
    Additional Turbo Mode Voltage- 1.27
    Offset - 0.1
    (total voltage - 1.37)
    So, when windows boots, I'm looking in HWINFO - CPU Core VID is 1.58 on all cores, VCore is 1.59.

    Something isn't set right - any assistance would be appreciated, thanks

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    ROG Guru: Grand Master Array Arne Saknussemm PC Specs
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    Try manual 1.36v LLC4

    Adaptive uses VID and your offset will add voltage to an already high vid

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    Did you guys happen to find a solution to this? I also want to use Adaptive with my 10900kf @ 5.2ghz currently running at 1.31v manual with svid support disabled.

    Thing is when I switch to adaptive with SVID support enabled or auto, and set voltage to 1.31v with 0.01 offset. It keeps wanting to use the AI prediction settings so it ramps up to 1.48 - 1.5v in windows. I can't get around this no matter what. I'm using Z490-E Im wondering if it's a motherboard issue.??? please help.

    Also I've overclocked my 8700k before to 5ghz with adaptive voltage bfore on a z370-e. I feel like it's something to do with the new series z490 from asus not allowing me to use Adaptive the way i did with previous series.
    Last edited by lemmein; Today at 08:42 AM.

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