bob16314Set Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor in the OC -> Advanced CPU Configuration settings to Disabled.As it always has, that should prevent thermal throttling when PROCHOT (TjMax) is triggered, but like you said, things have changed..It will not disable THERMTRIP in which the CPU will will shut off voltage to itself before silicone damage/degradation occurs..THERMTRIP cannot be disabled, it's coded into the CPU..Intel has never guaranteed CPU recovery from a THERMTRIP event.If you're gonna disable Thermal Monitoring and you're sure you wanna do that, I would at least have software installed that will auto-shutdown your PC or notify you at a temperature you tell it to..I use Real Temp..HWiNFO can run a shutdown.bat such as that found in MSI Afterburner..MSI Afterburner can run a shutdown.exe..Some other monitoring software may do the same.
Cool GTXWhat cooler are you using now for the CPU ? What Temps & Voltage are you seeing with your OC ?
aka_STEVE_bgood info - I'm about to do an upgrade of components on my sons' rig to a Z490 & 10700K . I've done so many AMD build the past few years without doing an Intel build .. I am sure I'll have to read the entire manual .
atfricohttps://www.msi.com/blog/...el-10900k-meg-z490-acehttps://amp.reddit.com/r/...10700k_on_an_msi_z490/This should. The 2nd link is a short read and simple
castrator86Honestly I'm of the opinion that without an exotic liquid cooling loop; keeping it on stop settings and letting it boost itself when needed it the best course of action.