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Developers of Outpost Infinity Siege Recommend Underclocking i9-13900K and i9-14900K f

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2024/03/29 00:51:38 (permalink)
https://www.techpowerup.com/320990/developers-of-outpost-infinity-siege-recommend-underclocking-i9-13900k-and-i9-14900k-for-stability-on-machines-with-rtx-4090
 
Outpost: Infinity Siege developers recommend underclocking Intel's current and previous flagship desktop processors, the Core i9-14900K and i9-13900K, to prevent the game from crashing. This recommendation goes out to those with a GeForce RTX 4090 paired with either a Core i9-13900K or i9-14900K, we're fairly sure that the recommendation even extends to those with i9-14900KS and i9-13900KS. Team Ranger, the developers of the game, just released their second patch in just a week following the game's launch. In the patch notes, they ask users to use Intel Extreme Tuning Utility (XTU), to lower the P-core clock speeds down to at least 5.00 GHz (maximum boost). This development closely follows a February 2024 report which says that game stability issues of high-end "Raptor Lake" processors are linked to power limit unlocks.
 
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    Re: Developers of Outpost Infinity Siege Recommend Underclocking i9-13900K and i9-14900K f 2024/03/29 04:09:10 (permalink)
    Instead of gimping the CPU, why not set the Long Duration Power Limit to the CPU's default (auto) vs off.  That way it won't take more power than Intel's intended spec.  I can see disabling that power limit if you're doing some kind of high overclocking, but for gaming there isn't much need with these chips.


     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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