Intel Digital Linear Voltage Regulator is disabled for Raptor Lake CPUs in response to ASUS worker
The DLVR function could also be supported by future processors, although.
Again in March 2021, we revealed that Intel is planning a brand new function for its (then) upcoming Raptor Lake desktop CPUs. This function was known as DLVR, and on the time we had no data on what it stood for. Fortunately, only a few months later Intel filed a patent on this know-how. The DLVR means Digital Linear Voltage Regulator, and it was a brand new energy supply mechanism that would enhance effectivity.
Intel defined this function as a brand new implementation of a voltage regulator working in parallel with the common motherboard energy provide. This easy resolution (though not completely a brand new idea) would lead to as much as 20% higher energy administration, and because of this increased energy effectivity.
Intel thirteenth Gen Core CPUs have already been launched and there was no signal of DLVR, even on the brand new Z790 motherboards. The function was not talked about by Intel, however it appears to be like like ASUS left a hint of DLVR of their BIOS. A function known as “CPU DLVR Bypass Mode Allow” could be present in newer firmware supporting Raptor Lake and Alder Lake CPUs. Sadly, neither of the three accessible choices appeared to make any
One may marvel what does the “future processors” really means right here. In any case, Intel has not dedicated to LGA1700 longevity, whereas on the identical time the corporate promotes its future “Meteor Lake CPUs”, most undoubtedly utilizing a more moderen socket. But, only a few weeks in the past a rumor alleged that Intel may be engaged on a Raptor Lake Refresh. A supposed 20% energy effectivity enhance from DLVR would undoubtedly present room for enhancements.