It's set volts, real under load is more like 1.387v
Thanks for your advice but think you are confusing 24/7 with my suicide runs for fun.The highest I will go is 1.344v. 1.387v isn't that much higher, but you still might want to back that down a little. Really 1.325v during heavy loads is as high as people should normally get.
You have to look at your current reading during CB20 all core load. That figure taken during 100% load is meaningful.How bad are these power reporting deviation numbers?
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That's after being at full load; clocks at stock and a little undervolting. For you personally, would that be enough to warrant a different motherboard, or am I misreading it? The minimum is always 88.9% after fully loading the CPU.
Oh okay. Carry on then!Thanks for your advice but think you are confusing 24/7 with my suicide runs for fun.
My god! Overclocking R9 with 2 chiplets is like ... twice the fun! Can't even think of endless possibilities TR3990X offers. I would spend weeks on dailing that thing in
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If you use Ryzen Master you'll need to uninstall it and reinstall it after every uEFI update.I already have this bios downloaded for my board but won't be installing it until tomorrow.
Other than what is listed in the changelog I hasn't really found anything else on the internet about it. I tend to search multiple forums for issues whenever they drop a new bios version before loading them.
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