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What is the difference of CPU VID between 7980xe and 10980xe?

I tested 10980xe and 7980xe, I saw much higher auto voltage then 7980xe, espcially when I do overclocking, like all cores running at 4.6G, the 10980xe auto voltage could be higher then 1.38V, is that really necessary????

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Hello Jiangv,

 

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There is always a level of risk involved when overclocking an Intel® Processor. If the processor is not working within specifications, it may damage the processor and other components.

 

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Hello Jiangv,

 

Were you able to verify the health of the processor with the tools recommended above?

 

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Hello Jiangv,

 

We have not heard back from you, so we will close this inquiry. If you need further assistance, please post a new question. We will be glad to assist you.

 

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The Cascade Lake-X CPUs have VIDs of 1.335+ V on some cores due to their stock Turbo ratios of up to 48x. That much voltage is absolutely required to be 100% stable at 4.8+ GHz. All the Skylake-X overclocks you've seen at lower voltages are unstable and won't survive Linpack Xtreme or Prime 95 Small FFTs.

This has rightfully rendered useless the flawed method of overclocking using low Adaptive voltages below the stock Turbo ratio VIDs. The correct way to overclock is to use Adaptive + Offset mode. Use the Adaptive + Offset value to stability the intermediate AVX ratios at a lower voltage, and the VID + Offset value to stabilize the peak Turbo ratios at the highest acceptable voltage.

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yes, that's the problem I found, adaptive mode voltage not working with such high vid voltage.

https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/ehxa7c/big_bug_in_10th_core_x_vid_mechanism_worst_avx...

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