- Feb 1, 2019
- 2,220 (1.26/day)
- UK, Leicester
|System Name||Main PC|
|Motherboard||Asrock Z690 Steel Legend D4 - Bios 13.02|
|Memory||32 Gig 3200CL14|
|Video Card(s)||3080 RTX FE 10G|
|Storage||1TB 980 PRO (OS, games), 2TB SN850X (games), 2TB DC P4600 (work), 2x 3TB WD Red, 2x 4TB WD Red|
|Case||Fractal Define R4|
|Audio Device(s)||Asus Xonar D2X|
|Power Supply||Antec HCG 750 Gold|
|Software||Windows 10 21H2 LTSC|
These CPUs are designed to be stable at tjmax, so if you unstable at 100C, its not a stable configuration even if you lower the temp, the benefit of lowering temp is to get out of a throttling state rather than stability.my cpu does 5.5p 44e on 1.10v load llc3 stable all tasks
i saw with the same cpu sp98 people do 5.7p 44e on 1.17-1.18v pulls on cinbench 278waat
when i try 1.18v the cpu not stable in r23 i need more volt
if i will get beter cooler can my cpu be stable in low voltage?
1.10v seems really low, either thats golden sample territory or a too aggressive undervolt. If its your stock voltage, then you have a very good binned chip in my opinion.
Although I have a different chip, its still same arch, and so you have something to compare to, in its original OOB config, I was above 1.3v under load, and I considered reaching 1.2's an achievement and eventually got it down to 1.168v. I dont know if I can push a little further as the only instability I have seen on this thing aside from my original experimentation is when my RAM was at incorrect voltage. But I just wanted to lower power draw a bit and left it at that.
Now days throttling is a big thing with manufacturers pushing hardware to its limits out the factory, so lowering heat/power isnt just an eco thing it can actually gain you performance.