- Apr 27, 2000
Okay, that's not too terribly bad.During Blender Benchmark (quick and full), the CPU temperature was 80 something Celsius. I think under 85 Celsius.
Ah okay. I highly recommend you use LLC 1 and the -.1v offset together to see if it can stabilize. Those are my day-to-day settings on a 3900x. With 18.104.22.168ABBA it gives overall good boost performance, and it tames the sadly high voltages the default boost behavior provides to the CPU in MT workloads. For some reason, it's far too enthusiastic with the voltage. Also be sure to compare CBR20 scores with and without the offset to make sure you aren't getting clock stretching. If you are, you might have to reduce the offset somewhat.Edit:
Ah, and when I run Prime95 with LLC set as Mode 1, I did not also had that -0.1V offset anymore.
I previously reverted it to Auto (I restored the BIOS to defaults) and I wanted to first try only with LLC set at Mode 1.
I did not expect to last that long without errors. After that 28 minutes run it was too late to try another test with the voltage offset.