I think it is in Monitor >> CPU Temperature >> Ignore/Monitor. That is the only place I could find anything close to relevant. Set to Ignore. Still exports the cpu temp in the BIOS status panel and exports the cpu temp in Sensors in the OS.
Now trying my AVX2 overclock with y-cruncher to see if I can make it blow up again.
Try benchmark the actual ssd's, and not the cache 🙂
1GB, definitely not testing the cache.
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Not hating 🙂
You are still benchmarking cache. Easy to see with the 4k random read @ qd=1. If it's faster than one ssd, and WAY faster it is cache speed 🙂
Youre ssd is about 60-62 MB/s 4k random read @ qd=1. If you are getting 170MB/s it's cache.
But hey, high numbers is fun to watch sometimes.
Broke out the trusty old cinebench tonight. let the 3950X loose at close full blast to check for any signs of degradation. I'm happy to report I have noticed nothing. Voltages to hit these frequencies are exactly the same as they were back in January when I made my highest runs. These arent my highest ever scores but I still feel happy about them!
11015 in R20 4625/4625/4550/4550 @1.375V
4832 In R15 4700/4700/4625/4625 @1.375V