Hahaha, yeah I may be greedy. I don't need all the power. Just having fun with these mods.So when you write "only x32", you think that it's a bad result? You're greedy, man
By the way, if I had your motherboard, I would be reluctant to try unlocking two E5-2696 V3 on it. They consume a lot of power (up to 240W in AVX2 applications if you don't use any microcode and up to 200W in regular applications) and this can contribute to VRMs overheating. Supermicro server boards don't seem to have decent VRM cooling including your board, and sometimes their VRMs don't even have a radiator sitting on them (isn't that so in your case?)
If I was you, I would use V3x2_cup39.efi which doesn't have -50mV vccin offset and has microcode built into it, therefore one CPU's TDP can never exceed 200W and probably won't even reach 180W
Regarding VRM (Voltage Regulator Module, correct?) overheating, I don't know which sensors I should look for. VCPU1VRM is 39C and VCPU2VRM is 36C in idle. and they can go up to 65C with stress test. CPU VRMs should be seen near each CPU, correct?
I am currently using v3x2_50_39_vcc.efi and it gives me x33 on CPU1 and x31 or CPU2. I have no idea why I get .2 difference. But, it seems that it is best for me now.
Do you know what are different between v3x2_cp39 and v3x2_cup39?