- Nov 13, 2007
- 9,531 (1.70/day)
- Austin Texas
|System Name||Keep Flying|
|Processor||13700KF @ 5.7 / 5.5 GHZ (230W PL)|
|Motherboard||MSI 690-I PRO|
|Cooling||Intake 280MM NZXT X63 (fan curve based on coolant temp)|
|Memory||64 GB DDR5 6666 MHZ 34-40-40-40-120 TREFI 48000|
|Video Card(s)||RTX 4090 FE|
|Storage||2x 2TB WDC SN850, 1TB Samsung 960 prr|
|Display(s)||Gigabyte MU 32" 4k 144hz|
|Audio Device(s)||Bose Solo|
|Power Supply||Corsair SF750|
|Keyboard||65% mini hyperspeed wireless|
|Benchmark Scores||They're pretty good, nothing crazy.|
Power limiting is the safest. Also very easy - just put target wattage into bios or pick the “air cooler” option. The 13700f is just a power limited 13700kf with locked oc and mem controller.but what is safer or less harmfull for CPU undervolting or power limiting it?
undervolting is more finicky.
power limiting a 13700kf will let u run it under air just fine, no need for undervolt unless you really just want to fine tune.
with a kf u can increase the turbo ratio and power limit at the same time to get small boost over the 13700f