Originally Posted by Hydroplane
Yes, somewhat. My 4.3 GHz 7980XE limits my 1080 Ti SLI in the majority of games at 1440p. With 2080 Ti NVLink, it would be more so.
I am assuming by 1.90V you are referring to the VCCIN or made a typo otherwise it would probably blow up lol. 1.22V does seem a little high. I find that once some cores start getting above 90C the stability drops rapidly and the voltage required increases more on Skylake-X.
How old is your HX1200? Are the 5V and 3.3V voltages where they should be? I had an issue once where increasing CPU voltage actually reduced stability, it was caused by the PSU.
Im now rock solid stable at 4.4Ghz with 1.22v V. VCC IN is 2.1v.
Passes the following, plus hours of gaming:
10 Loops ASUS Realbench BENCHMARK MODE
1hr Prime95 CUSTOM 1344K FFT IN-PLACE
2.5hrs Prime95 SmallFFT AVX/FMA3 Enabled (complete loop of all the smallFFT sizes)
2hrs ASUS Realbench STRESS TEST MODE MAX RAM
1 x Heaven Benchmark run
1 x 3DMark Firestrike run
1 x 3DMark Timespy run
1 x Cinebench CPU + OpenGL run
1 x HWBot x265 4k run
8 Hours AIDA64 Stability Test CPU,FPU,CACHE,MEMORY
Pime95 CUSTOM 8-4096kFFT 5Mins per FFT Size IN-PLACE AVX ENABLED (complete loop of all FFT sizes)
I have some headroom to push it further, so long as I don't use Prime95 SmallFFT's with FMA3. PSU is brand new, and I tried two.