Well I think I'm done with testings and tweaks, ended up with 3 profiles.
Core clock: 2160Mhz while under 54C and 2145Mhz on benchmarks once hits 55C.
Memory: 8250MhzThis is the one Time Spy will run, so I consider the one to use with "sensitive" engines.
It's pretty solid, will dip below 2145Mhz on TS only for some seconds on the really heavy parts where TS max TDP.
Core clock: 2175Mhz while under 54C, 2160Mhz if above.
So far tested The Division 2 with it and didn't crashed after a long session, 50C max temp so 2175Mhz stable.
I consider this the "default" one as this game has a sensitive engine.
Time Spy do not run on this thought, will crash mid run.
Core clock: 2190Mhz under 54C, 2175Mhz above.
Superposition 1.1 will run on this, but I suspect sensitive games wont sustain long runs.
Probably the one at the verge of stability as I see some occasional flashes on superposition run, but no crash.
All profiles at 1087mV.
50C for gaming max, 56 for benchs
No perfCap, only occasional Power on TimeSpy run.
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