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    Quote Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post
    Yes, Adaptive Mode does not work for Cache
    Me it is with the Offset Mode that it does not seem to work too

    I tested the Uncore Voltage Offset at 0.35v and ram @3800
    With the ram @4000, I will look at which Offset is applied
    Yes that seems about right. The Asus Auto rules are pretty much spot on for this generation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bash4Sure View Post
    Usually I would agree, but as written before, the 4000Mhz profile although good, is still slower and not as tight as my own manual settings and thus doesn't help in regards to slower write speeds. I posted my timings on the first page, if you see any room for improvements let me know! But as I said I highly doubt this is a timings issue. Either the 12-core chip or Aida64 itself. Because other SkylakeX chips like the 7900X or 7960X have the usual Read Write Copy throughput pattern.
    And it's not a board issue aswell, I experienced this on an EVGA board that actually had the microcode update Asus is still missing and now on the Apex, too.
    As already stated in the post you're replying to, you can work down manually from there. Personally wouldn't concern yourself too much with it regardless, as it's not likely anything you are using the system for is bandwidth stricken. Users tend to get caught up in AIDA's memory benchmark, when the realworld performance gains can be measured in ns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post
    I tested the Uncore Voltage Offset at 0.35v and ram @3800
    With the ram @4000, I will look at which Offset is applied
    0.485 too with ram @4000mhz
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    Anyone found a solution to the low Write Speed of the 7920X ?

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    Lightbulb 2400 MHz L3 cache maybe sweet spot for Skylake X. It didn't require overclock

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    SKYLAKE X 7980XE Cache / Mesh Speed 2400MHz / Cache Voltage " AUTO "

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    SKYLAKE X 7980XE Cache / Mesh Speed 3000MHz / Cache Voltage " Manual " 1.05 V
    Microsoft Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25284.1000 Intel Core i9 7980XE 2.6 GHz 020006E05 Microcode ASUS RAMPAGE VI EXTREME MODDED BIOS 3701 SAMSUNG ODESSEY G9 FIRMWARE 1017.0 NVIDIA RTX 4090 24GB GDDR6X 256GB GSKILL DDR4 16-18-18-36 3200MHz SAMSUNG EVO 970 PLUS 1 TB x 3 HARMAN JBL 9.1 Sound Bar DOLBY ATMOS 9.1

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