Yeah it's not the Monitorable temps that are the issue. They look fine. It's other components on the PCB that get too hot, I can point out which one's in particular. However not many are willing to break down their card to fix it.
So we have to raise the temperatures so the hot components are allowed to get real hot to hold a particular clock.
However at 1267Mhz, it should not throttle at 93C. It won't come near 93C on Core or VRM, other chips will see 93C and throttle possibly. Throttling occurs when these temperatures are reached on the PCB.
Which we cannot monitor these other chips that are this hot.
I outlined in YELLOW, the monitorable chips. The ones in RED are the chips that hit the Hotspot Temperature. Must be cooled with a Pad to heatsink contact to avoid throttling.
The front to the left side is Core VRM, rear 2 VRM is Memory VRM. Others are various hot chips.Edited by chris89 - 3/27/17 at 5:14pm