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looks like i was unlucky.. 3.7 only stable at 1.25v frown.gif

Did you try 3.8@1.25? Seems like most can do that.
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Yours is still within the scaling range though. If I have continued til 4100, people will see my point clearer thumb.gif

Yeah, I want my chip to last/not catch on fire smile.gif I'm probably not going to daily drive even 4.0. Like 30w per 100mhz after 3.8.






Retested Aida64 at 2666 CL16 and 4.0ghz 2933 CL18. Not a huge difference. Don't know why I can't seem to crack the 40K mark...
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Did you try 3.8@1.25? Seems like most can do that.
Yeah, I want my chip to last/not catch on fire smile.gif I'm probably not going to daily drive even 4.0. Like 30w per 100mhz after 3.8.






Retested Aida64 at 2666 CL16 and 4.0ghz 2933 CL18. Not a huge difference. Don't know why I can't seem to crack the 40K mark...

3.7 on 1.23~1.24v causes a random freeze. i cant expect 3.8 with that voltage
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Are we counting closed loop as liquid or air? Just submitted mine. Probably should have said 3991.91mhz instead of 4.0ghz

If it involves liquid of any sort, that would be watercooling.

Eventually I'll do more in-depth testing but we need much more information. And not just what you get off the top of the processor, there is a LOT of missing information in regards to OC, RAM, Cooling, Mobo, etc. Please, when you fill out the information be specific and accurate! Ah-thank you!

Planned tests when we get more information:

- RAM speed and overclock speeds by processor model and even by model AND batch!
- overclock by cooling type (probably Air, AIO, and Custom Water, may add Big Air too)
- overclock and RAM speed by mobo vendor, specific mobo, and / or firmware info.
- Testing by country of manufacture
- Linear fit of cpu clock by voltage, probably regression plots as well
- RAM Speed by RAM kit size (8GB, 16GB, etc.)
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3.975 is the highest without ability to do anything but desktop

I meant the OC you are running daily.
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Try enabling Message Signaled Interrupts on your 1070 if you haven't done so already. That may get you up to about 8000 combined.

Also you should give afterburner a try. Use the same settings you have here to start out with the core set to +135 and then open the curve editor and increase the 0.950v point up an extra 25-50Mhz (as high as it will remain stable. I can run that point on My 1070 at 2037-2050Mhz). There is 21000 points available in the graphics score. I think doing both of those might get you a bit of a performance boost.

negative IRQ value is enabled or disabled?

I haven't spent too much time with tweaking boost stages manually, will do when I have more patience and I'm no longer cripple from a squat injury (sitting is hell right now).

negative IRQ = MSI enabled.

 

Default for Nvidia Cards is IRQ 16

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I meant the OC you are running daily.

ah.. 3.7 on 1.25v
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Loooooowwwwwer? But is it better? tongue.gif
Yours is still within the scaling range though. If I have continued til 4100, people will see my point clearer thumb.gif
Did you try higher though?

Of course, its stable lol.

Its definitely the lower limit though, any lower i get WHEA errors, 30mins of realbench and nada, i did notice that from 1001 to 1002 the voltage drops ever so slightly. Seems like 1.999 at load compared to 1.994 at load now so who knows. But 39x boots fine, runs mundane tasks fine but min of realbench and its code 8.
    
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I have a corsair h60 v2 and a dark fleet d85 case with about 10 fans. Pretty well cooled. Only thermal stress pushes ut past 70c
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not that this matters much - but :
https://www.outertech.com/en/blog/item/news-cacheman-1010-amd-ryzen-cpu-support


has anyone actually tested this sort of affinity? I thought I read it somewhere; but cannot find it.
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