Moving on to overclock-y things.
Running 1600X on Taichi with G.Skill Trident-Z 3600C16 @ 3200C14(14-14-14-34), 1.35V
Stock voltage for 1600X seems to be 1.375V which is surprisingly high tbh.
Anyways I played around with it a bit and ended up deciding going for a p-state OC.
Changed FID to 4 Ghz for P0, set up offset mode voltage, +625 (should be 1.375 + 0.00625 = 1.38125V). It seems stable enough with LLC@2 although voltage is peaking around 1.4 in some monitoring software so gonna try to lower the LLC a bit more. SOC voltage is around 1.1 with auto settings.
Voltage monitoring is really finnicky, they should really work on that.
CPU downclocks to 2 GHZ @ 0.8V or at least that's what ASRock's A-tunning software shows. HWinfo doesn't show voltage coming down.
Tbh, I cba long stability testing, I'll game when I can and if it's stable enough, so be it.
My only gripe is CPU temps. Tdie shows 75C(=Tctl@95C) whereas mobo sensors show 50C or whatever and pretty much no warm air coming out of the case (case ventilation is alright with 3x12 and 1x14 Noctuas and double fans on D15 on CPU) so what's up with this really.