Re: z390 dark vcore spikes
if it's giving more vcore under load, the vdroop is set to a negative value. more negative, the more vcore it will add.
Shouldn't it be the other way around?!
here are my tests:
Total span of vdroop settings:
The voltage gains are these:
-25% added 0.005 to vcore from what I put into the bios at idle added 0.003 to vcore under load
. Minor increase.
-50% added 0.005 to 0.01 to vcore from what I put into the bios at idle added 0.020 to vcore under load
. Small increase
-75% added 0.01 to 0.013 to vcore from what I put into the bios at idle added 0.018 to 0.042 under load
the voltage drops are these:
+90% 0.070 volts
+75% 0.068 Volts
+50% 0.048 Volts
+25% 0.034 Volts
Default 0.021 Volts
Auto 0.016 volts
test performed at 5.1ghz. C states and virtulization disabled. Windows set to max performance. voltages read in Eleet and cpus stress was under intel extreme tuning utility. I am sure you can try this with different CPU stressing programs. I used the intel extreme tuning utility because the engineer of the board indirectly recommended it.
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