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  1.    28 Feb 2017 #291

    Quote Originally Posted by OldMike65 View Post
    Thanks, but those are the voltages settings I have on right now....Many, many more settings also of course.
    I'm talking about the interface silly
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  2.    28 Feb 2017 #292
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    Quote Originally Posted by solarstarshines View Post
    Here is what my voltage settings look like a crappy pic but i was showing ADDRAM something via phone text

    Attachment 123129
    1st I saved them to a usb stick in my Asus bios, (f12) then copy them over to windows desktop, then use MS Paint to convert them to JPG format. Then they can be uploaded here. Asus makes them in BMP format.
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  3.    28 Feb 2017 #293
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    Quote Originally Posted by solarstarshines View Post
    I'm talking about the interface silly
    Yup.....I get it...lol ....read my last post....maybe your bios can do the same as mine
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  4.    28 Feb 2017 #294

    I will be back in a hour or so i am goiung to exchange this 1070 for a better 1070
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  5.    28 Feb 2017 #295
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    Quote Originally Posted by solarstarshines View Post
    You run AMD that is a voltage Hog i was telling OldMike he is using some wild voltages

    Next time i'll make sure to use the name accordingly lol

    It's a early morning still trying to get motivated lol
    Second coffee didn't kick in yet ?
    Why is 1.47v on 4.8GHz insane on AMD ? 1.5v is max recommended for it. AMD owners are used to it.
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  6.    28 Feb 2017 #296
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldMike65 View Post
    Got it now....I think ...LoL
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    Mike the only thing I see that needs to be changed, when testing an OC, set your voltage to override so it stays stable at the set level, your change it back for everyday use when you have your OC. Also, I recommend to turn off hyperthreading and EIST and C-State. Don't worry about scores just see if your OC finishes without locking up/freezing, or BSODing.
    Then turn on hyperthreading first, retest. Then turn on EIST(speedstepping) retest again, and when all you benchmarking & stress test pass, turn on C-State, then go into Windows power options and set them to balanced, so speedstepping can do it's job. This way with each change if something goes wrong, you'll know what is causing instability.
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  7.    28 Feb 2017 #297
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    Oh yeah and when you need the extra power from the CPU, just switch to High Performance and the CVPU will run at or close to % as Windows power option communicate directly low level with the BIOS.
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  8.    28 Feb 2017 #298
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    To work around the performance degradation issue, you can switch to the High Performance power plan. However, this will disable dynamic performance scaling on the platform. Depending on the environment, if the platform is always under a heavy load, then this is a viable solution. In most cases, however, the workload varies throughout the day and thus it is recommended to leave the power plan set to Balanced and evaluate the proper settings within the Balanced power plan for processor power management as described in the Processor Power Management in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 paper located here:
    Important: Today’s modern processors enable scaling of performance and power based on the current activity on the system. The different performance states are dynamically managed by Windows in conjunction with hardware and platform firmware to respond to varying workload requirements. The 3 default power plans exposed by Windows provide varying tradeoffs of performance vs. power consumption. For example, if the High Performance power plan is selected, Windows places the system in the highest performance state and disables the dynamic scaling of performance in response to varying workload levels. Therefore, special care should be taken before setting the power plan to High Performance as this can increase power consumption unnecessarily when the system is underutilized.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...ced-power-plan

    And if you really get interested: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...(v=vs.85).aspx
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  9.    28 Feb 2017 #299
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    Anybody interested in AMD graphics future ?
    http://links.em.experience.amd.com/s...E3S0&mt=1&rt=0
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  10.    28 Feb 2017 #300

    Quote Originally Posted by CountMike View Post
    Second coffee didn't kick in yet ?
    Why is 1.47v on 4.8GHz insane on AMD ? 1.5v is max recommended for it. AMD owners are used to it.
    I'm not saying AMD intel is the one with ridiculous voltage you are fine
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