- Oct 16, 2018
- 918 (0.51/day)
- Uttar Pradesh, India
|Processor||AMD R7 1700X @ 4100Mhz|
|Motherboard||MSI B450M MORTAR MAX (MS-7B89)|
|Memory||Crucial Technology 16GB DR (DDR4-3600) - C9BLM:045M:E BL16G36C16U4W.M16FE1 X2 @ CL14|
|Video Card(s)||XFX RX480 GTR 8GB @ 1408Mhz (AMD Auto OC)|
|Storage||Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB|
|Display(s)||Acer KG271 1080p @ 81Hz|
|Power Supply||SuperFlower Leadex II 750W 80+ Gold|
|Keyboard||Redragon Devarajas RGB|
|Software||Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Professional 64-bit|
Yes, just running 95W will be more efficient than stock.Well isn't running 95w eco already much more efficient than stock settings? I just found the pc was unstable when messing with Co. It could pass all cinebench tests but would crash in certain games.
You did asked for efficient as possible fastest and stable, that would involve using CO.
There are programs like corecycler or Ryzen master that can be used to find a stable CO. I use Hydra personally but its not the best for beginners.
Or you can just try lower CO like -15 all core etc until you find something that does not crash in game. its usually 1 or 2 cores that causes this crashing issue.