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  • CPU
    Intel i7 6700
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG G20CB
  • RAM
    16 GB
  • GPU
    Nvidia 1070
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    Asus ROG G20CB
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    Asus ROG G20CB
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    Vizio M-55

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  1. Hmmmm I couldn't find it in the manual. You could also just add a touch of extra offset voltage on CPU core voltage. Like one or two steps. That should look like +.00625V or +.01250V when CPU core voltage is set to offset.
  2. The first thing I would try is increasing Load Line Calibration then. For CPU and SOC.
  3. How is your CPU setup in BIOS? PBO? EDC bug? What are your LLC settings? Is your CPU core voltage on Auto? What is your IF set to?
  4. Don't forget that the 3900X has one good CCX and one not-so-good CCX.
  5. I'd guess that too. Chiplets allowed for more wiggle room with bad silicon.
  6. If the yields are all good and or all the same then there probably won't be.
  7. Was it just me or was that Borderlands 3 footage choppy?