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    I made some adjustments...

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    After restarting the computer, I performed a stress test in RealBench for 15 mins. using 8GB memory. The CPU reached a max temp of 85 C. And the CineBench results...

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    This result is a disaster, but it's because you've disabled turbo and did not undervolt the Core twice as much as the Cache.

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    So the core should be set to -171.8? And I'm a bit uneasy about disabling turbo, don't want the temps too high...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcomper23 View Post
    So the core should be set to -171.8? And I'm a bit uneasy about disabling turbo, don't want the temps too high...
    My Core is set to -0.1895mV and Cache is -0.0957. The ratio is not fixed 2:1, it's approximately this ratio. Find out what your Cache undervolt can handle, and then play with the Core.
    Just give it a try without disabling Turbo and check the results. If there's thermal throttling, don't disable turbo, lower the power limits in TPL. The CPU throttles due to high power consumption, not CPU speed. It's a sin to let this CPU work far from its rated performance.






    After using the proper paste and application method, my temps are not exceeding 90 C in CB20 and TSBench (in games too) if the ambient room temp is bellow 25-27 degrees C. The limit reason box remains black (no red or yellow warning at all) during the entire tests or gaming. It was far from this performance, before finding the right paste. It took me more than 4 attempts and different brands and application methods, so just keep on experimenting and if you're not satisfied, keep on trying.
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    Did you change the IccMax for the CPU Cache? And you use the Balance or Turbo profile? I tried those settings, and it BSOD'd when I attempted the TS Bench. I've mostly reverted to my previous stable settings, except set PP0 current limit to 130 and Balanced profile. RealBench stress test reported a max temp of 85 C, and...

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    Did another stress test on RealBench, with Armoury Crate on balance, and recorded a max temp of 91 C, which I was not comfortable with, so I've changed Throttlestop thus...

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    My iccmax values are by default, though a lot of people say to max them up (there's no difference in my case). I always switch to Turbo, when testing or playing, otherwise my temps would be worse than yours. 91 C is peeeerfectly safe temp! Anything up to 100 is, but I'm also not feeling comfortable when seeing thermal throttling (which you're not). All your temps are good enough.
    As I said before the 2:1 ratio is not a must. Start from the settings you have now, and increase Core offset in steps of 20 mV. When you reach a value where you start to get errors in TSBench,.backup with 20 mV and that's it, even if its 1,5:1.

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    Set the offset voltage to -87.9, and stress test maxed at 87-88 C. I might consider going back and letting it reach 91, but for the time being, I'm gonna leave it as it is...

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