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    Hey no problem give us an update anytime.

    while you're doing your testing what is the voltage drawing when the test is running ?

    It may draw more voltage under load when in adaptive mode, however much it's overshooting 1.25v you can set as a negative offset. For instance you set 1.25v and while running the test it's drawing 1.28v.

    1.280v - 1.250v = 0.030v you'll enter this -0.030v in the negative offset below "additional turbo mode cpu core voltage". Now when running the test it should be at 1.25v.

    If it's staying at 1.25v and you're stable at 4.6GHz that is golden and no need to do anything.

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