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  1. I took some screenshots of my bios again, and oh boy... very confused. Here I used the Adaptive Vcore instead of Override Vcore. I was told Override is better/smarter but I don't know how to use it without screwing things up. I set the Internal CPU Vcore to Normal and then Internal CPU Vcore Offset to -0.050V You can see on the right side that the voltage is 1.356v but I know from HWMonitor_x64 that under stress it goes up to 1.368v Turbo Power Limits - What the hell do I do here if I want to lim
  2. Nah, mate. You explained ok. My noobiness is the problem here. I was actually using negative offest, you were correct in your assumption. See the 4th screenshot. I used Voltage override and set the Vcore voltage to -0.001v and it was already unstable. Taking your advice, do you recommend that I reduce 100Mhz from the 2 hottest cores and the reduce a fixed value voltage from Vcore? Also, given I'm reducing voltage, do I really need to change anything in LLC? Lastly, what do you reckon on the AVX settings I have?
  3. I didn't set anything yet. so you're saying by setting LLC to low, it should already provide low voltage or current to the CPU and help with thermals? Or is it just a precurser to reducing voltage afterwards? I've done reading as much as I can about these settings, but I don't understand the relationship between them and the combination I need to use in order to effectively reduce voltage and therefore thermals, without impacting performance.
  4. I ran Cinebench R23 multicore test. Max Vcore stock settings = 1.368v Max core clocks stock settings = 4.9Ghz Some cores reached 90+ degrees Before making any changes, this is my current setting:
  5. I don't know. I'm afraid to try again and do some damage.
  6. It is currently set to Auto (Default). Yesterday I tried to set it to Standard and set Vcore to Voltage Override and reduced by -0.001v and that was enough to fail Prime95. Clearly, something is not done right by me.
  7. Hi. I'm interested in UNDER-VOLTING the CPU without loosing performance and no OC. Stock speeds. I got the following specs: Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3070 Master Graphics Card Gigabyte AORUS Z590i Ultra motherboard Intel Core i9 11900KF Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB 3200Hz Crucial 2TB M.2 SSD CoolerMaster ML240R AIO Liquid Cooler - Radiator is side-mounted and fans are pulling air out. CoolerMaster NR200P Case CoolerMaster SFX V 850W Power Supply CoolerMaster SF240R Top fans - Fans are pulling air out. I used Prime95 to b
  8. I don't want to overclock. I'm happy with the current speeds. I'm actually looking to under-volt without changing clock speeds to get more cooling.
  9. What the recommened way to tweak that in afterburner so voltage is not limiting the highest peak gpu clock? (while staying stable)
  10. I have Gigabyte RTX3070 Aorus Ultra. Based on their site: https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N3070AORUS-M-8GD-rev-10-11/sp#sp Yet, in GPU-Z I see: What is this Memory clock 14000Mhz? This is under small load: So what are my GPU real/max clock speeds and memory speeds? Thanks.
  11. Hi. I got the following specs: Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3070 Master Graphics Card Gigabyte AORUS Z590i Ultra motherboard Intel Core i9 11900KF Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB 3200Hz Crucial 2TB M.2 SSD CoolerMaster ML240R AIO Liquid Cooler - Radiator is side-mounted and fans are pulling air out. CoolerMaster NR200P Case CoolerMaster SFX V 850W Power Supply CoolerMaster SF240R Top fans - Fans are pulling air out. BIOS and vBIOS are up to date. PC is NOT overclocked and this time I don't intend to due to the limited cooling opt
  12. Hi all. I’m building me PC and I stumbled upon a problem. The the case doesn’t seem to have HDD activity LED wiring for the MB. In addition, the front header cables came organised with the bracket for easier connection on the MB but it contradicts the MB manual. What I mean is that on the wire terminal there is a little arrow that is the + but the way it is arranged in the little bracket seems opposite than what the MB manual suggests. I hope I was able to explain myself. I’m a bit confused. Should I take the cables out of the bracket and wire it manually?
  13. Got this CM case and CM AIO 240mm rad cooler. I know the pump must be lower than the rad/res for AIO. Given the limitation of the small case, I decided to mount the rads on the side panel, however, should the I have the inlet/outlet tubes on the pump be on top or bottom?
  14. That's the WiFi in my place. My ssid is the Asus. I was too lazy to configure all the clients with the TP link ssid name, so I reused the Asus ssid. I'm lost.
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