something is so weird with our board. So I keep getting insta-reboot when trying to run CB R20 for some reason, then upon post, bios post screen reads "CPU OVER TEMP WARNING" this is BS as I was watching temps in hwinfo64 the sec it rebooted, and temps on both ccd dies were in the 70's.. So i was determined to kick this issue. Keeping CCD1 @ 4.525ghz and ccd2 @ 4.325ghz, i raised my voltage up and up till this error went away and it took 1.375v to make this OC 100% stable like i reran CB r20 5+ times, then aida64 stabilty tested for 40mins plus till i ended it. no more insta-reboots. So the "CPU OVER TEMP" warning was BS, and was just a unstable OC were cpu needed more volts. Is 1.375V still in the safety margin?
**Intel System** Asus Z390E Strix / 8700k @ 4.85Ghz / 32GB BDie @ 3200 CL14 / PowerColor 5700XT / eVGA 850w PSU / Sammy 960 EVO m.2 / MX500 250gb games SSD / 49" Samsung UltraWide 144Hz
**AMD System** Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Hero / 3950X @ 4.580GHz (CCD0) 4.380GHz (CCD1) 1.350v/ 64GB DJR Mem @ 3740MHz CL16 / 2080 Ti / eVGA 1200 Plat PSU / Sabrent 1Tb PCIe4.0 m.2 / MX500 500gb games SSD / 34" LG UltraWide 144Hz
(Dual watercooling loops for CPU and GPU, all highend)