Gigabyte z370 aorus ultra gaming overcloking no adaptive voltage?

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  1. yosef019

    yosef019 Ancient Guru

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    Gigabyte z370 aorus ultra gaming overcloking no adaptive voltage?
    i trying overclock and i edited the voltage to say 1.31v at 4.9 overclock and its stay manual/static i cant find like asus boards had offset setting i cant get is go down to powersaving state?
    any one can help me?
    folowing this video:
     
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    yosef019 Ancient Guru

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    anyone how enable adaptive voltage?
     
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    I believe you have to enable C3 state support... try that, and let me know.
     
  4. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    Its C1E and EIST for lower clocks, voltage and vid stays the same though, unless at balanced power plan - this is how it behaves by my adaptive mode.


    C3 enables extra deep parking, C0 is off - high performance plan (if using intel TinyLake).


    Ps; looks like GB adaptive voltage is DVID,
    https://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.php?topic=6849.0



    So if you have 1.31V stable, then set voltage to manual, keep main voltage alone and offset this DVID, to +0.310v? or to extra offset value that's missing up to 1.31v

    This way it should raise voltage up to 1.31v only when needed or full load, at balanced it should offset back to 0. I think.
     

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    yosef019 Ancient Guru

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    so even after i found stable voltage how they know this voltage i put this to normal?
    offset works only if i set main voltage to normal that means i cant dial any voltage im exagnging the board to asus prima a or maximus hero x asus today
    why gigabyte maide this to all his boards

    watch the video on topic see as dvid is grey out...
    what gigabyter disable c states if i dial manual voltage cstates is on auto
     
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  6. SICKOFTOX

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    Weird, cause mine seems to be working,(same board).
    You NEED to put your CPU VCORE TO NORMAL before Gigabyte's dynamic vcore unlocks.. so you can put an offset +-.

    No idea why an exchange was needed.
     
  7. yosef019

    yosef019 Ancient Guru

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    Yes but it's not using voltage you set + offset (adaptive)
    Also on Maximus board I have problem if I use mine voltage 1.32 @4.9 + adaptive auto or +0.002 voltage goes to 1.5v on desktop... It's was bios on board today updated to first release bios will see..
     

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