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9900k: 4.9 GHz at 1.27 volts is good?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I've just tested my 9900k and I can run it at 4.9 GHz with 1.27 volts, is that good?

 

Going beyond 4.9 is not doable, I mean, there is no merit, if I push 5 GHz, then not even 1.3 will be stable so apparently the chip's sweetspot is 4.9 GHz at 1.27 volts.

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4.9 1.27v avx is great, i need 1.36 for mine PepeHands. 


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23 minutes ago, Melodist said:

I've just tested my 9900k and I can run it at 4.9 GHz with 1.27 volts, is that good?

 

Going beyond 4.9 is not doable, I mean, there is no merit, if I push 5 GHz, then not even 1.3 will be stable so apparently the chip's sweetspot is 4.9 GHz at 1.27 volts.

What's your loadline calibration?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, Falkentyne said:

What's your loadline calibration?

Z390 Designare by Gigabyte with Turbo (I've read its level 6).

Temps are 90 package with Prime 95 small fft 12.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

But oddly enough, the higher I go, the harder it crashes, does the motherboard have a powerlimit which throws me out?

 

There are 3 power limits in the bios and one is with TDP. I remember when I ocd my 6900k, I set it to max and there are very low values behind them on auto.

 

Should I increase the power limits? I think these throw me out.

 

*Edit* Found the section in a video, can't take a picture right now myself.

 

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1 hour ago, Melodist said:

Z390 Designare by Gigabyte with Turbo (I've read its level 6).

Temps are 90 package with Prime 95 small fft 12.

Try using high llc, i have had better results with it on my z390 pro wifi then turbo.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I used to have long duration and short duration power limit, does anybody know which these parameters are on gigabyte boards?

 

Are they the two package power limits? Package power limit 1 tdp watts and package power limit 2 watts translating to short and long duration power limit?

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