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11400f power limit

Hello, I recently bought an i5 11400f with an ASrock B560 PRO4 motherboard, I'm interesting in increasing/removing the power limit (65W) on the processor. In full load or above 70% the frequency drops significantly. I did the Blender BMW test took 4min 54 seconds to finish which is really nice, the frequency dropped gradually and it stopped at 3200 mhz. 

I took a screenshot of the BIOS I think here are the options for power limit and stuff. I did some research on the Gear1/2 thing, I've set mine on Gear1 with XMP 2.0 Enabled, I have 2666 ram HyperX.

In terms of temperature I can afford the cpu to draw more power with no problems, I have a water cooler (cooler master masterliquid 240h), case is well ventilated 3 intakes 1 out.

What should I tweak/modify in order to get that? Any help is much appreciated!

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Try setting Long Duration Power Limit to 154W, which then matches the short duration power limit. With both Long and Short limits equal the timings where it switches from one to other shouldn't affect it. If your cooling is still ok, you can try setting both even higher. This might not make any difference if your workloads never use that much power.

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The default on many Asus boards is the maximum, 4095 W for both limits.

 

With proper cooling, power limits are not necessary. 

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Just make tall of those limits maximum as above and you'll be fine; if it gets too hot it will throttle anyway.

Before you reply to my post, REFRESH. 99.99% chance I edited my post. 

 

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Thank you for the advice, I had doubts and fears that if I would increase the wattage it might blow up... Temperature is not a problem, the motherboard limits the CPU with Long Duration Power Limit, as soon as it would exceed 65w, it would drop the frequency. Thank you all again for the replies and help, have a wonderful day!

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