The AMD A6-3400M comes with a significantly higher stock voltage than is needed to operate stably. Has anyone tweaked and stress tested all the P-states to lower voltages?
I've stress tested the boost state B0 (FID: 30 DID: 2 FREQ: 2300Mhz) at 1.1125V, which is significantly lower than the default, which is 1.325V, and I've also managed to decrease the default voltage on P6, as well.
So this has me wondering just how low all the P-states can go, but i just dont have time to do a 3hr stress test for every test. Which is why I'm wondering if someone else has already done something similar?
Incase anyone is wondering, the tool I'm using for undervolting / overclocking the Llano processor is K10Stat, and the computer that this is in, is a HP Pavilion G4