I think it was you who mentioned PPT doesn't change the power limit (changes STAPM); with that in mind, do you:For 5700g i need to lower EDC to 120-125A to do the same. Or, with EDC limit 300-350, most of the counts should have been upped by 3-5.
1. manually set PPT to 88 , and ~90 - ~125 for TDC/EDC?
2. Manually disable the STT/STAPM/Smartshift
If so, in cases where the limit is power draw, like HWbot x265 4k HEVC mode, does your chip remain stable at 88w draw with those current limits?
I don't think the cstates was causing it to crash. In my experience, if corecycler reveals an error on a core with c states disabled, it will do so with them enabled too, more frequently. Corecycler is the best way to tune CO - but it does not account for temperature variations when all cores are working on and off in a real workload. I tuned every core to the edge of stability and wqs solid in corecycler for 30 hours, and when i ran y cruncher test 14 on all threads it crashed a couple cores in an hour. Not to mention, if you have a boost override and your core optimizer is stable in a house with higher ambient temperature, you can try testing with the A/C on or create an atmosphere where the temperature is much colder than usual, and you will find that corecyxler and test 14 will expose plenty of instability, because going down in temperaturw by 5 or 10 degrees will cause your cores to hit 25-100 mhz more on low loads which you hadnt seen before. I found this out testing ycruncher in my garage where the ambient temp is 18c, test 14 boosts to 4700... whereas my house which stays at 20-22c the cores would be around ~4660For some reason test each core w corecyler works with lower voltage but once I run prime95, y-cruncher all cores, it'd just crash so i decide to not using corecyler anymore.