Are these temps safe for durability?
I just build a new machine after being away from the OC business in over a decade. ALOT has changed, I think I finally got it to a stable run of Blender but the same cores keep running HELLA HOT!! my guess is I need to reapply some thermal paste. Would greatly appreciate some input and thoughts on ideas that could be a potential reason for this to be happening. Current settings are set for 4.5Ghz @ 4000Mhz on 1.22v.
I don't want to Overclock it anymore as I think this a sweet spot for this RIG right now but want to drastically bring down temps knowing full well that the i9 X-series cores run hot.
CPU strap: 100
BLCK Freq: 100
AVX neg offset: 3
AVX-513 neg offset: 3
CPU core ratio: 45 all cores
Min CPU cache ratio: auto
Max CPU cache ratio: 30
DRAM Freq: 4000Mhz
CPU core voltage: 1.220v manual mode
CPU cache voltage: Offset mode + at 0.195
DRAM voltage: 1.25v
Input voltage: 1.92v
CPU VCCIO: 1.0
CPU System Agent: 0.95000
PCH Core voltage: 1.01250
VRM Spread Spectrum: Disabled
The HWInfo image was a blender 2 demo pass. Same cores 3,4 & 6,7 run very hot when under load which leads me to believe that it needs be re-pasted with Kryonaut.
Thoughts and Opinions?
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Last edited by bluediamond; 05-23-2019 at 08:53 AM.