I tried fiddling around with offset mode, instead of manual voltage. At 4600mhz, auto ramps up to 1.5~1.54v, but I only need 1.36v at most for 46 based on my testing with manual voltage, so I set the offset to negative and started moving it down. -0.050 seems to get me right around 1.34~1.36v which was great, but for some reason it wouldn't lower the clocks/voltage at idle, which defeated the purpose of using offset mode.
Disabling turbo mode and just leaving speedstep enabled seemed to fix that, but now it won't boot with such a low offset. I assume that's because that makes the idle voltage too low.
I've decided I'm not going to bother with the offset voltage anymore anyways though, because my idle temps barely change between 1.05v and 1.36v with this new H100. Also, btw, load temps are more than 10c lower now too.
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