no difference after undervolting ? 10875H

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  1. jojonono

    jojonono Notebook Guru

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    to sum this up, TS Bench can mean either the cache or core voltage is not set properly right ?

    what is the best TS bench setting to completely eliminate any instability ? 1 Thread @ 6144 MB ??...

    thanks,
     
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    There is not best anything. Use a variety of tests. The 1 and 2 Thread TS Bench tests are both good tests to uncover stability.

    I keep saying the same thing. When you run into a stability issue, stop and reduce your cache offset voltage first. The TS Bench is telling you that you have gone too far.

    If you leave your cache with 5 mV or 10 mV of headroom, you will probably be able to undervolt your CPU core a lot more. This will ultimately get you the best temps and best performance. Follow this advice and you might clear 4400 in R20, just like other users are doing.
     
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    thanks a lot for your help, i was finally to get the bench tests All stable after spending overnight testing, funny i never saw a single issue with Cine bench, but you said errors would mean stability issues, so i kept reducing my cache and came down stable to -.80 (maybe even .90 would work) i was finally stable ! as for core was left on .125v, i got emotionally depressed after using the TS Bench lol ! since i had to do several tests manually and 1-2 cores took really long time, so i think i will stick to my results and wont waste more time playing with core voltages as i didnt see tangible difference in cinebench results above .125 mV

    thanks,
     
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