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2021/04/13 08:08:43 (permalink)
Hi,
Tried to OC my Dark board with intel i9-9960x using Intel Extreme Tuning Util.
My understanding is that Vcore = target voltage + adaptive voltage. But when i put target voltage on 1.2V and adaptive voltage on 0.057V and running a stress test. During the test vcore shown more than 1.29V.
Temperature was around 75C when running at 4.4Ghz. Is it fine or just too high?
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    Re: Core voltage & adaptive voltage 2021/04/19 22:50:29 (permalink)
    Temperature is fine, it does not harm your CPU, vcore is rather high for 4.4 GHz. What kind of stresstest you have used ? XTU ?
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    Re: Core voltage & adaptive voltage 2021/04/20 01:07:29 (permalink)
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    Temperature is fine, it does not harm your CPU, vcore is rather high for 4.4 GHz. What kind of stresstest you have used ? XTU ?


    Yes, it was XTU.
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