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post #3131 of (permalink) Old 02-27-2019, 01:44 PM
mojodawg
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Quote: Originally Posted by thagabe View Post
This is intentional... AMD is using XFR which benefits from low temps to drive up the frequency, hence why you get inaccurate temps

The solution seems to be pretty clear. Turn off MI Skew (I would also set a manual multiplier [3.9Ghz on all cores in my case]) to get the correct readings.
Yeah it makes sense, but not intuitive at all unless you go digging for answers. I set the multiplier as well, so far have p95 tested up to 41. I noticed if set to auto there are some crazy voltage spikes.
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