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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array feedmeink PC Specs
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    I have 7980xe no delid, custom loop running 4.7 at 1.17volts. If you offset each core negative, you could possibly hit 4.7 with lower voltage. Also cinebench seems connected to avx in my testing, so try offsetting avx functions higher. Or set your llc lower.

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    MotherboardX299 Rampage vi extreme
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    Also I have the same motherboard. Try setting avx offset to 5 and 7 with LLC set to 1. Run your test and you should see a massive difference. Then fine tune from there. Most delid chips I see people talk about, hit 4.8 to 5.1ghz. I found offsetting each core (although a pain) got me much better temps than making all cores same frequency. My cpu current is set to 140% if that helps.

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    Problem is those temps could actually be decent compared to what they will have been on a non delidded cpu but if the OP didn't get a result for the temps pre delid technically you have nothing to compare against. If you know what I mean.

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