Efficient, stable, and fast power delivery against fluctuating workloads have become a critical concern for applications from battery-powered devices to high-performance servers. With high density on-chip capacitors, fully-integrated switched-capacitor (SC) voltage converters provide high efficiency down-conversion from a battery or off-chip voltage regulation modules. However, maintaining such efficiency with minimal supply noise across a wide range of fluctuating load currents remains challenging. In this paper, we propose an on-chip current sensing technique to dynamically modulate both switching frequency and switch widths of SC voltage converters, enhancing fast transient response and higher efficiency across a wide range of load currents. In conjunction with SC converters, we employ a low-dropout regulator (LDO) driven by a push-pull operational transconductance amplifier (OTA), whose current is mirrored and sensed with minimal power and efficiency overhead. The sensed load current directly controls the frequency and width of SC converters through a voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) and a time-to-digital converter, respectively. In 32nm SOI CMOS, the proposed voltage regulator maintains 77-82% efficiency at 0.95V output voltage with less than 20mV steady-state ripple across 10X load current range of 100mA-1A and 33mV droop voltage for a 80mA/ns load transition, while providing a projected current density of 6W/mm2.