Re the Prime95 FFTs, as previously explained, its just to get a baseline of XXX voltage for XXX mhz.I meant limits are off so you're not bump into any. (mb) - means motherboard. Is there "motherboard" in a "PBO Limits" submenu on your board?
Per core temp sensors are in the latest HWInfo beta.
The idea was to obtain an average per core VIDs "calculated" by SMU without implicit restrictions applied.
As for prime, I ran OCCT with small/avx2 but overtemp protection I set was triggered at 90°+ that I would rather avoid tbh, its reeeeealy hot now
I may repeat it later when heat ceased a bit, or better on the next week (oracles promised < 30 at least)
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What do you have vCORE set at in BIOS, 1.25v with droopy LLC ?
Whats interesting if the voltage is 1.25v is the temps you are getting into when running that test and yes I have understood that ambient temps are really high. I was hoping you would have run Prime95 so its a direct comparison rather than use OCCT (yes i know they both use the same algorithm for small/avx2).
For me 4600 is impossible with such little voltage, but even when using 1.31x temps are still not exceeding 90C with ambient temps in the 26C+
I will try with 1.25v OCCT to see max temps @ 4600 mhz ...