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9900k frequency extreme unstable! 1,2-5ghz damaging cpu?

i have overclocked my 9900k to 5ghz and now the frequency is unstable as hell! i put the voltage already to 1,33 but still didnt work?

i used this guide! my temps are at 34 at idle! Does that damage the cpu when it is that unstable?

 

can i put the options from xmp 1 to xmp 2? does that change all cpu settings like voltage and co? cause i want to

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what do you mean by the frequency is unstable?

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Just now, Shiv78 said:

what do you mean by the frequency is unstable?

it jumps fom 0,8 to 5ghz in seconds! goes up and down up and down

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1 minute ago, Bayonett Priest said:

it jumps fom 0,8 to 5ghz in seconds! goes up and down up and down

during a load? or on idle?

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Just now, syn2112 said:

during a load? or on idle?

idle

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Just now, Bayonett Priest said:

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That's totally normal. Small increases in load can cause it to ramp up the frequency all the way.

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then thats completely normal if you're using Adaptive Voltage to overclock, and if you set your Power Option to High Performance then the frequency will stick to 5Ghz

 

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Just now, syn2112 said:

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then thats completely normal if you're using Adaptive Voltage to overclock, and if you set your Power Option to High Performance then the frequency will stick to 5Ghz

 

Yea im playing a gme at the moment and i have stable 5 ghz

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11 minutes ago, Bayonett Priest said:

Yea im playing a gme at the moment and i have stable 5 ghz

Your overclock is probably completely fine, then.

 

I've got a 3.8Ghz overclock on my Ryzen 5 1600, and it idles around 3Ghz but reaches 3.8Ghz when a load is put on it.

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