As far as the CPU goes, you can get 5Ghz just need 2000Mhz Hypertransport : 2000Mhz Northbridge Ratio to get stable 5Ghz... For 2600Mhz ram we need to up the voltage on the Memory Controller integrated inside the CPU to upwards of 1.450v to hold 2600Mhz. I'd have to see a screenshot of your BIOS overclock/ voltage settings to know which one to set to hold the 2600Mhz on the memory.
I tested 1282Mhz and at 1450mv, it freezes before it gets into windows. At 1475mv, freeze well before windows. So it can't quite pull off 1450mv... Maybe 1445mv, but that doesn't mean it'll run stable. It would likely insta-crash.
Nice. I'll have to hook up my special modded power cable to suck down 240 to 275 watts. Though it gets real hot and iffy in this range.
Right now I'm loving my 4k performance at 1157mhz 1350mv core base and 1175mv offset and 225 watt tdp.
What we can do though is do what isn't possible with boost clocks that will all abide by the TDP limit
Clocks go as follows & I like to go for rounded Giga Pixel Numbers to voltage requirement to keep it solid with 1 billion pixel's per DPM hop... I don't see a point in 0.25 to 0.50 to 0.75 billion pixel's per DPM, no point.
1282mhz = 41 Giga Pixels (1.450 to 1.475v) might be possible
1250mhz = 40 Giga Pixels (1.450v) might be possible TDP way past 250 watts
1219mhz = 39 Giga Pixels (1.425v) may also be possible way up over 225 watts
1188mhz = 38 Giga Pixels (1.400v) most likely very possible TDP of 225 watts
Notice the increase in voltage requirement past 1157mhz...
1157mhz = 37 Giga Pixels (1.350v) very possible tdp of 225 watts
1125mhz = 36 Giga Pixels (1.325v) great and below 225 watts
Say we want a max clock of 1200Mhz+ we set dpm 7 to 1425mv which if held would utilize over 275 watts but thats not possible so it'll hold 1200mhz+ for 10-20 seconds then go down to DPM 6 at 1400mv at 1190mhz, then 1375mv in DPM 5 for 1175mhz then DPM 4 at 1157mhz at 1350mv (TDP limit of 225-250w) then DPM 3 at 1325mv for 1125mv (TDP of around 200 watts)...
That way the card will dictate highest performance via DPM according to TDP limit, make sense?
It takes more time to set specific values to replace DPM 3,4,5,6,7 but its not a big deal. That way you can see you max out at a value far higher than possible but spends more time at the possible clock levels that better abide by the TDP limit...
I'll make you a BIOS later today to reflect this concept. Edited by chris89 - 10/11/16 at 11:04am