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I would like to request an option to have adjustable TJmax go to 68 or 70c

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2021/01/15 20:08:23 (permalink)
I would like to request an option to have adjustable TJmax go to 68 or 70c as we all know that anything higher than that isn't actually 100% stable 24/7 365 (presumably due to hotspot temps) but that limiting the overclocks to stay under that for 24/7/365 stable operation requires a very very low clock/voltage (For 7920x like 4ghz core at auto voltage, 2.7ghz mesh at auto which sets it to +130mv, and DDR4-3200 with an Arctic Freezer II 420mm AIO @ max fan speed).
Currently adjustable TJmax only goes down to 83c and that still crashes sometimes and produces unacceptable issues.
 
Since Skylake-SP and Cascade Lake-SP have very capable FIVR the transients created by constantly switching frequency/voltage shouldn't degrade stability when relying on thermal throttling constantly as the "boost" algorithm to use.
post edited by Communism - 2021/01/15 20:35:22
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    Re: I would like to request an option to have adjustable TJmax go to 68 or 70c 2021/01/16 01:01:16 (permalink)
    Might be a feature only available to 3175X users? I asked in the SR3 dark bios thread if it has it. I've had no response, but it's only been a few days. My Gigabyte C621 Aorus xtreme has it (up and down), but I don't know how the board handles locked Cascade Lake chips yet. I had my 3175X set to 90C ( normal is 85C) for a few days just playing with an air cooler until my waterblock showed up.
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