- Jun 24, 2015
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|Processor||5800X3D | 5700G|
|Motherboard||ROG Impact | B550I Aorus AX|
|Cooling||FC140 x T30 | Big Shuriken 3|
|Memory||32GB 3733CL14 | 16GB 4333CL16|
|Video Card(s)||RTX 4070 Ti Eagle | Vega 8|
|Storage||8TB of SSDs | SN550|
|Case||Caselabs S3 | Lone Industries L5|
|Power Supply||Corsair HX1000 | HDPlex 200W|
|Software||11 Pro | 11|
@tabascosauz Downgrading to official 2604 bios increased the stock result to 4.1ghz and an extra 100mhz when undervolting/power limiting.
90w ppt, 60A tdc, 80A edc with -30mv on all cores
65W limits are 88/60/90. I keep EDC at 90 and just adjust PPT upwards as necessary, though you can decide for yourself based on % utilization of PPT/TDC/EDC reported by HWInfo.
How hot is your room ambient? If it's not hotter than 30C, everything actually looks a little on the warm side, by 5-10C. I would have suggested remounting, but noticing IO die temps and cache temps ambient just seems quite high. If above 30C, temps look a lot more reasonable.
Otherwise, things look fine, except that Vcore is slightly on the low side. It's good news that -30 works but that usually lands you around the 1.15-1.2V mark. You can play around with Vcore (one of the options in the dropdown is a + or - offset), see if your clocks improve from running say +0.025V.
Also, does -30 actually give a regression in clocks compared to -20 or -25. You're clock stretching a fair bit (4.125 effective vs 4.15 clock). Shouldn't be more than a 10MHz difference