Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Within the Milky Way
P95 is not representative of real-world use, but people still use it for some reason. Use something more realistic like RealBench stress test. For the 1680 V2, I had to use version 2.4 since the newer versions would crash. When starting the stress test, tick off the box in the blender run so you're not running your graphics card.
These are the settings I use on my 1680 V2, though I'm using a R4BE so you might have to translate some stuff for your board.
LLC Very High (second to last)
Offset vcore to whatever gives you around 1.344-1.360v peak voltage
Disable current capabilities limit
Enable PLL overvoltage
I would stay under 80C on these chips as I've had some bluescreens when going beyond that. Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut also likes to dry up when beyond 80C or so as well.
For your low vcore reading, every once in a while I'll get that as well. Just double it.
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Last edited by airisom2; 05-22-2019 at 04:21 PM.