Adaptive Mode Issues

So this is getting pretty frustrating, I would really like to get this working but it's being a pain

After I have found my voltage (1.210V) that is stable for my OC, I changed from manual to adaptive and set the turbo to 1.210, Offset to Auto "+" as well as set Level 5 on LLC

I have tried every LLC level with adaptive running and I cannot get it to stop spiking 0.080V more than I have set, if anyone has an idea of why this is happening that would be awesome cause I ran out of ideas

PC SPECS

I7-7700k OC 4.8Ghz (1.210V Stable)
Kraken X62 Water Cooling
Asus Strix Z270F Mobo
NVIDIA 1080 Ti FE
2x 8gb (16gb) Corsair Vengeance Led Red


SCREENSHOTS OF MOBO SETTINGS





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  1. That's strange.... so you set adaptive and 1.210 and it spikes to 1.29, correct?
    Can you check what your IA AC/DC Load Line settings are? It's in internal cpu mgmt, should be both set at 0.01.
    Reply to Maebius
  2. Maebius said:
    That's strange.... so you set adaptive and 1.210 and it spikes to 1.29, correct?
    Can you check what your IA AC/DC Load Line settings are? It's in internal cpu mgmt, should be both set at 0.01.


    Just tried and set both to 0.01 and i'm still having the same issue
    Reply to xoVague
  3. Power settings is on balanced as well, turbo and C state enabled

    I for some reason cannot prevent it from going to unwanted voltages
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  4. Can you try raising the Vcore to say 1.25 (still on adaptive) and check if it spikes to 1.29 again?
    If it doesn't spike, maybe 1.21 isn't as stable as you thought and the motherboard thinks the cpu needs more juice... just putting ideas out there.
    Other than that, using manual voltage , enabled c states and windows balanced plan is just fine...1.21 vcore is really great for 4.8Ghz.
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  5. Maebius said:
    Can you try raising the Vcore to say 1.25 (still on adaptive) and check if it spikes to 1.29 again?
    If it doesn't spike, maybe 1.21 isn't as stable as you thought and the motherboard thinks the cpu needs more juice... just putting ideas out there.
    Other than that, using manual voltage , enabled c states and windows balanced plan is just fine...1.21 vcore is really great for 4.8Ghz.


    I'll have to try that out but yeah I ran multiple Stress tests and everything with 1.21 and its never crashed from it, but yeah I just want to be able to have 1.216 to be the very max to go to
    Reply to xoVague
  6. Is this occuring during AVX loads?

    Adaptive setting will be ignored when AVX instructions are present.
    Reply to biglizard
  7. biglizard said:
    Is this occuring during AVX loads?

    Adaptive setting will be ignored when AVX instructions are present.


    this issue is occurring with no testing done at all just regular comp use
    Reply to xoVague
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