Need a little help here... I went back into bios and increased my "Per Core CCD" OC 25mhz each to the following
started aida64 benchmark and PC rebooted instantly and upon POST screen, it told me OVER TEMPERATURE Warning. Which cant be, I had HWinfo64 open and both CCD's never went above 89/90c .. Again, this PC is highend watercooled and she was 1000% stable with CCD1 4.5ghz, CCD2 4.3ghz.
I put CCD1 back to 4.5ghz but left CCD2 @ 4.325ghz and pc is perfect. What is going on, i can promise it is not overheating. Is there some sort of sensor option i can disable in bios to stop this, or maybe there is a voltage i need to increase to fix this??.
Right now im at CCD1 = 4.5 and CCD2 = 4.325 and just gamed for nearly 1 hour playing boarderlands 3 and DAMN DID IT PLAY NICE!!
anyone have any input on this matter? Thank you
**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 @ 4.605GHz (CCD0) 4.45GHz (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)