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Bugged 2700x Temp: 4.35ghz all core while gaming.

What i remember is putting PLL to 1.79 and sense mi skew offset to 272.
Basically CPU thinks is at 10c and boosts 4.35 ghz all core. lol?
Ofc i don't think this is safe. CPU thinking being a less temp that is actually are seems like a good way to burn it down as clock will rise to oblivion and fans wont spin fast enough. I just posted for scientific reasons.
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What i remember is putting PLL to 1.79 and sense mi skew offset to 272.

Basically CPU thinks is at 10c and boosts 4.35 ghz all core. lol?
hey Synoxia !

Why do you use sense mi skew ?
All i know it has to be off, but my info could also be wrong...
On my 2700x i deactivated sense mi skew via bios .
I have a PLL voltage of 1.81 .
Did you tried another Tool for measuring CPU temps?


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Quote: Originally Posted by Wuest3nFuchs View Post
hey Synoxia !

Why do you use sense mi skew ?
All i know it has to be off, but my info could also be wrong...
On my 2700x i deactivated sense mi skew via bios .
I have a PLL voltage of 1.81 .
Did you tried another Tool for measuring CPU temps?


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General opinion on the internet is that hwinfo is accurate.
It's sensemi that does this, ofcourse can't be possible because ambient temp here is 32c
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