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Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/12/23 12:27:10 (permalink)
Any thoughts to a 5ghz daily run? and how temps? and avx offsetsd? 
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Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/12/23 14:14:27 (permalink)
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So, i was able to boot at 5Ghz, with a 1.98v and 1.3v core, seemed stable on Aida64 stress, Prime 95, blend,
a few games, and with an avx offset of 1 the Cinabench R15 run with 80c, but in R20 or 23,  lockup, but near
end of tile render, So I might be getting closer to stable , but temps are like: high, in the mid 80's near 90c.
 
So looks like 49 is where its at with a 360 ASIO, and 5 looks to be done , but with open loop water. But weird, in
games, seems to hover in the mid 50's for temps, and Aida, and Prime near 70c.
 
Edit:::::     Ok good news, running 5ghz no crashes, passes all tests including tile renders, and games run good, and even 
prime 95 , and aida runs are stable. Great to see this, but had to push vin to 2.1v, 1.33v core.  and seems to fix it, temps on
a full tile render seem to sit at 80c a brief 90c and hovered at 85c.  And idle at 39c, so whatever i did seem to make it work. 
Thought these chips were blast furnaces at 5 ghz, but mine seems rock solid.
 
Safe to run 2.1v vin?





Does it stay at 5.0GHZ during P95/Aida64/Cinebench runs or does it throttle?

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Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/12/23 22:49:02 (permalink)
There is no thermal throttling, but anything that uses AVX, will drop to 48, but in prime, it stays at 5.
I use . 2.1vin and no vdroop, to lock in setting. I might get an ocasional 48 under a heavy blender load
but will stay at 5 most of the time. and i don't get the red text in aida with thermals.
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Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/12/24 14:39:37 (permalink)
Ok, came back the next day, and with same setting for 5ghz, ran a blender classroom render, and cinabench r23, 
bsod, and even a restart.  For some reason, these things never run the same from day to day, even though
all was well before, seems results were different at 5, so i put it back to 4900, and temps were cooler, and passed
all tests, so will settle for 4.9ghz. Doesn't seem noticble from those 2 speeds.
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Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/12/28 06:29:39 (permalink)
Yea, these cpu's seem to feel ok at 4900 on a 360rad, i however noticed that if you want a solid 5ghz, you really need an open loop, or even more cooling on the setup.
 
 seemed good, temps did go up to 205f under a tile render, but aida was wining about throttling, and would hit 80c on that. So I am gonna sit at 49
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Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2021/01/11 09:29:51 (permalink)
scratch all that. i was able to get 4000 cl 15 stable on the dark with your typical oc voltages.
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