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post #21 of 25
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Disable SVM and enable HPC. Everything else looks good.

Did this, but nothing changed. As far as I know prevents HPC Mode that the CPU lowers its clock speed, doesn't it? But i noticed it only hit 51.6°C and the multiplyer went from x20.0 (which I set is to) to x7.0.
post #22 of 25
HPC mode is high performace computing mode. It should allow more power availabilty to mobo components when enabled, which can be important when OCing. However, more power can also cause more heat, and that can cause instability and throttling like dropping to x7 from x20 you are seeing. I generally see better results for all OCers when HPC is enabled but hardly anything is universally true. Every system will have its own quirks and you should do some testing to see what works best for your specific set up.

There is also a power managment profile in windows that sometimes needs to be changed. You may look into that. You want it set to high performance mode.
Edited by gapottberg - 7/13/16 at 12:30pm
post #23 of 25
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It only drops to x7 after I reboot my computer and Tj. Max is at 52°C (read with CoreTemp). After putting it into sleep mode and waking it up again (I immediately wake it up) it is at 80°C and I can't figure it out why. That's the only reason it starts to drop.
post #24 of 25
Did you try playing with the C states? Does leaving C1E enabled for instance change anything?
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Did you try playing with the C states? Does leaving C1E enabled for instance change anything?

My motherboard only offers me the C6 state; but I played along wirth it an C1E as well. Unfortunately nothing changed in regard to the Tj. Max thing.
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