B660M Mortar Wifi DDR4 Bios Cpu SA Voltage problem

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During RAM overclock, it was impossible to boot more than 3600 gear 1 setting, so I tried to adjust the options one by one and found them.
Even if the cpussavoltage value is changed, it does not apply.
It is not possible in all bios versions (100, 110, 122).I don't know if it's a bug or a problem with my main board, so I want to hear your experience. This is the picture when the sa voltage was set to 1.200.
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During RAM overclock, it was impossible to boot more than 3600 gear 1 setting, so I tried to adjust the options one by one and found them.
Even if the cpussavoltage value is changed, it does not apply.
It is not possible in all bios versions (100, 110, 122).I don't know if it's a bug or a problem with my main board, so I want to hear your experience. This is the picture when the sa voltage was set to 1.200.
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Can you attached the screenshot again? Which RAM are you using?
After setting SA voltage, did you press F10 save then exit?
When you go back to BIOS, is there any error message? SA is still showing under 1.0V?
 

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Can you also provide screenshot in BIOS? What will happen if you enable XMP? And what will happen if you set SA voltage higher than 1.0V?
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If XMP is enabled, System will Crash soon...

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Set SA voltage to 1.2v (Override Mode), Press F10 to save and reboot.
nothing happens... the SA voltage is still 0.92v...

RAM Model : BL16G36C16U4BL.M16FE1 (Crucial Ballistix DDR4 3600c16 16GB*2)
 
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During RAM overclock, it was impossible to boot more than 3600 gear 1 setting, so I tried to adjust the options one by one and found them.
do you have issue with Gear 2 3600MHz? and can you list out your system spec in detail please? CPU and RAM sticker included
 

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How about default settings with only XMP enabled? Don't adjust SA voltage?
Case1: only XMP enabled, others settings are default = BSOD:shocked:
Case2: XMP enabled, set SA voltage to 1.2v = BSOD:shocked:
Case3: All settings default (RAM:2666Mhz), OK(y)
 

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Please use default settings and modify SA voltage, if it still cannot be adjusted, please remove AC power and clear CMOS then check again.
There seems to be a problem with the Intel non-k processor now. When 12700k and b660 mortar are combined, sa is applied normally.
The sa voltage was not adjusted in the combination of 12700f and z690.
 

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Same config and issue. Can we set to 3200 gear 1, is it better than 3600 gear 2?
 
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