Wow, how do you get your voltages so low?
Best I can do with proper stability :|
I have no idea haha, my CPU needs 1.296v for 5.0Ghz, I never tried anything above, it's really cold now in my city (16ºC) and probably I'm only stable because of the lower temperature, I hope not, I hope in the summer I have the same result of stability.
And you know guys, I found information that Custom task in Prime95 with minFFT-1344k maxFFT-1344k => outdated.
Information from here https://www.reddit.com/r/overclockin...e_test_to_run/
You will hear a lot of incorrect advice about Prime95 everywhere you go, simply because it's so old and folks haven't been checking their ancient habits are still best practice. You seem to have been given every piece of bad advice going in these comments here - not through malice or incompetence, it's just this advice is in the process of being invalidated (I'm working with the Prime95 dev as we speak) and is all obsolete.
NB: Your system supports AVX-512, but I'd recommended disabling it while running these tests using the checkbox in the torture test window. Leave the others enabled.
Second, use the updated "Large FFTs" test to make sure your memory overclock/XMP profile is working correctly, run it for a few hours and make sure none of the threads stop running and you don't crash.
After that, use the "Small FFTs" test (not the "Smallest FFTs" one) to validate your CPU overclock, against a few hours should do nicely.
well running P95 now a days all together is kind of outdated..
validating an overclock is always subjective to every user and specially using repetitive instructions sets and a power virus known as p95.
But soon people will find out when they get into more cores and more power usage... XD