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post #331 of 334 (permalink) Old 06-09-2020, 09:12 AM
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That graph has nothing to do with overall temps of the CPU.
ok now since the temperature between cores doesn't matter what do you use to measure the cooling effectiveness then?
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post #332 of 334 (permalink) Old 06-09-2020, 09:37 AM
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ok now since the temperature between cores doesn't matter what do you use to measure the cooling effectiveness then?
Comparing them at the same TDP of course. We already know that the 10900k @125w runs slightly cooler/same as a 9900k @ 95w.

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Comparing them at the same TDP of course. We already know that the 10900k @125w runs slightly cooler/same as a 9900k @ 95w.
Uh...
Comparing them at the same TDP is disabling 2 cores on the 10900k, limiting PL1 to 95W and PL2 to 95*1.25 and then comparing that to a 9900k being run at the exact same settings and voltages.

Or if you want, removing all power limits on both, disabling 2 cores and then running the 10900k and 9900k at identical load voltages and loadline calibration/vdroop settings, at an easy to do overclock like 4.7 ghz @ 1.150v load vcore (or trying to get them as close as possible as the LLC levels are not identical)

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post #334 of 334 (permalink) Old 06-10-2020, 12:36 PM
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ok now since the temperature between cores doesn't matter what do you use to measure the cooling effectiveness then?
The delta between the cores and ambient, not the delta between cores and each other.

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