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  1. #1
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    Is it safe for 24/7?

    Hi,
    I'm trying to overclock my i9 10900kf with a maximus xii formula and I get stable with the following configuration:

    Cores:
    54x3
    52x5
    51x10

    Adaptive voltage: 1.42V

    LLC: #6

    AVX=0

    SVID: Best-Case Scenario
    (This configuration change a lot the system response)

    DRAM Voltage: 1.35V (3773MHz-cl-19)

    Standby voltage: 1.05V

    VCCIO: 1.14V

    PLL bandwidth(#4): 1.05V

    CPUSAV: 1.14V

    All other setting in auto

    Under heavy load (R20) I have 5.1GHz and Vcore=1.243V(CPU-Z)

    The maximum temps stay below 85ºC

    The maximum package power less than 210W

    Du you think it's a good configuration for daily use ?

    Any suggestion?

    Tx,

    Roberto

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    Anything below 1.30v load is fine for daily use.

  3. #3
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    Hi Falkentyne,

    Thanks for answering !!!

    I saw people telling that LLC above 4 or 5 isn't a good idea because it could generate some overvoltage spikes...

    Anyway I'm testing LLC 5 with 1.225V load and seems to be stable...

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