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DIGI+ VRM Settings Ryzen 2600.
These setting are important when preparing for overclocking your CPU and RAM. For this guide, only the CPU settings are important but there is a short run down for the SoC domain for memory overclocking. One important note here that Load Line Calibration(LLC) is set to level 4 with a max of level 5. This means there is a slight Vdroop under load with level 4, level 3 and lower will generate an even bigger Vdroop for this particular VRM.
- VDDCR CPU Load Line Calibration set to level 4, lower resulted in instability in my case yours could be different.
- VDDCR CPU Current Capability to 130%, in short, how much power it can draw over the baseline of 100% to 130%.
- VDDCR CPU Switching Frequency to 300, a higher frequency tends to be a waste of power.
- VDDCR CPU Power Duty Control set to extreme.
- VDDCR CPU Power Phase Control set to extreme.
- VDDCR SoC Load Line Calibration set to Auto unless you want to or are using an FCLK or MCLK overclock.
- VDDCR SoC Current Capability set to Auto unless overclocking FCLK or MCLK then this can be set to 120%.
- VDDCR SoC Switching Frequency set to Auto unless overclocking FCLK or MCLK a value of 300 can be entered.
- VDDCR SoC Power Phase Control set to Auto unless overclocking FCLK or MCLK then it can be set to extreme.