Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS
OC socket parameters will be set to draw (allow) more power when all these rails are overclocked simultaneously, hence higher temps.
Seems to be confirmed.
Combo OC Cache + OC Memory has a big influence on Core temps.
I have put the same settings as on my former MSI for cache frequency (3.9GHz), RAM frequency (2666MHz), cache voltage (1.1V) and RAM voltage (1.2V)
I increased Vcore to 1.23V and Core frequency to 4.6GHz
I didn't reach 80°c on hottest core after 2 minutes of OCCT at 26°C ambiant.
That's let me optimistic to set up a 4.6GHz Core / 4.5GHz Cache when my room temperatures decrease to 24°C maximum, with maximum 80°c on hottest core during OCCT.