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post #171 of 174 (permalink) Old 10-01-2019, 04:06 AM
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Think there is a valid reason why it throttles, don't ya think?
Cause it runs too hot.

They don't think it be like it is, but it do.


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post #172 of 174 (permalink) Old 10-01-2019, 08:01 AM
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Cause it runs too hot.

They don't think it be like it is, but it do.
It's not too bad. I did tinker with it though. Switched out the stock thermal pad for a Fujipoly 17 (seems like the ideal setup for a high performance pad) and thermal taped in a .4mm copper plate (I picked up from Hobby Lobby) under the battery cover. Unfortunately the ThrottleStop couldn't overcome the intel y + dell constraints. It runs like a faster, more reliable XTU. So I'm still stuck at 6w power limit. The tablet still is pretty nice for the $144 ebay + $35 cooling supplies I paid for it. It is near desktop speeds for internet and can handle very light games like Minecraft, Roblox, Slime Rancher for the daughter, but Goat Simulator is a bit of a struggle and sometimes drops below 30 on 720 low. Here's a thermal test with all covers on like stock and it sitting on edge behind my desktop in a 73f room:
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post #173 of 174 (permalink) Old 10-03-2019, 07:27 PM
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Looks like you're getting a fair amount of response to this post. Most Z390 boards have a one-click option to run all cores at 5 GHz. Some even come this way by default. Cores generally stay at 5 GHz until they reach a thermal or power limit. Many folks increase the power limit, so the cores will only throttle due to high temps.
Hi there. I've read about one-click 5GHz overclocks but haven't found much on exactly how to do it.

Could you please tell me how I can overclock to 5GHz on a Maximus XI Formula board? Thank you!

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Think there is a valid reason why it throttles, don't ya think?
because somehow some motherboards cant handle such power hungry cpu? even some z390 mobo look too cheap
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