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    Kaby Lake overclocking guide


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    Nice guide....as always!

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    Raja,
    Very good guide

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    Thanks, quite useful.

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    Its quite basic, but has some useful info. Glad you liked.

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    Thanks for another gem, Raja.

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    Question glen drewsgrant baptist

    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    Its quite basic, but has some useful info. Glad you liked.
    Yep. Actually I have a question, not sure if it belongs here: How would you go about overclocking in such a way as to allow the super low voltages at say 1GHz (like 0.7V) but yet get up to say 1.32 or 1.34V at 4.9GHz? (My CPU seems to be happy at 1.3V to 1.32V at 4.9 but I want to make full use of undervolting it at low freq.)

    Is that even possible? I've tried just going "Auto" and it bumps me up to 1.36V and doesnt come down (though I set LLC to 1)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bn880 View Post
    Yep. Actually I have a question, not sure if it belongs here: How would you go about overclocking in such a way as to allow the super low voltages at say 1GHz (like 0.7V) but yet get up to say 1.32 or 1.34V at 4.9GHz? (My CPU seems to be happy at 1.3V to 1.32V at 4.9 but I want to make full use of undervolting it at low freq.)

    Is that even possible? I've tried just going "Auto" and it bumps me up to 1.36V and doesnt come down (though I set LLC to 1)
    Do the following:

    1) Use Adaptive Vcore.

    2) Set the C-States like this:

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    3) Make sure the Windows Power Plan is set to Balanced.

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    Thanks a lot Raja, that seems to have done the trick quite well. (Hard to believe at times, 0.3V and 4.9G on a core) whaaaaat
    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    Do the following:

    1) Use Adaptive Vcore.

    2) Set the C-States like this:

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    3) Make sure the Windows Power Plan is set to Balanced.

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    Excellent guide! Thank you!

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