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General Intel HEDT Xeon/i7 Discussion

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On 7/15/2021 at 4:45 PM, Pasi123 said:

My main PC is working again, I got a pretty good deal on a P6X58D-E, i7-950, X5675 and Thermalright Silver Arrow cooler. Sadly the X5675 is quite bad, it needs 1.4V to even run Cinebench R15 at 4.4GHz without crashing. I would swap the X5670 from my dead board but I don't have any thermal paste left.

The cooler is a huge upgrade from my previous one

 

Here is some picture of my system with the mobo swapped. Currently it has a GTX 760 because my GTX 960 is temporarily in my E5-2690 system.

Even though the board is the same model and revision as my previous one the PCB color is a bit different, my old one was noticiably darker. There is some other small differences too like some of the IO ports are made by a different company

 

Shame about the X5675 not being a nice bin there but it's nice to see that back up and running, I remember those silver arrows though, shame they didn't keep them doing tbh, was around when the D14 came out iirc though so that prolly took a lot of the wind out of its sails 

current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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New toy the first for today 😜 2070 super, slapped a shunt mod on it and all, scores real nice too, should be a nice upgrade over the titan 

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current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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I managed to purchase 24GB of HyperX DDR3 RAM at 1,866MHz for a measly price of only $24 USD, so now I can properly run in triple channel at higher RAM speeds. 20210725_135727.thumb.jpg.2b3245826b73b1c9538eb30c3727795d.jpg

 

As a result of this, I decided to try and overclock a little bit further - to great success! I managed to score 1,002 points in Cinebench R15 with my X5650 running at 4.4GHz. Now granted, this probably isn't completely stable and not recommended for daily use, but I was able to complete a few Cinebench passes without crashing or BSOD'ing.

 

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My settings are:

 

Multiplier x22
BCLK 200
DRAM Freq 1,643 MHz
UCore 3,288 MHz
VCore 1.4V
DRAM Voltage 1.4V

 

Overall I am very impressed with this system.

 

 

X58 PC: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/r3qp7X

CPU: Intel Xeon X5650 @ 4.0GHz (BCLK 200, Multiplier x20, Vcore 1.3V) || Motherboard: Asus P6X58D-E (X58 LGA 1366) || RAM: 24GB (6x 4GB) HyperX DDR3 @ 1,866 Mhz || GPU: Asus GTX 670 DirectCU II || PSU: EVGA 550 B3 80+ Bronze Fully Modular || Storage: Adata SP900 120GB SATA SSD, 1x 1TB WD Blue 5,400RPM, 2x 500GB Seagate Barracuda 7,200RPM in RAID 0 || Case: Fractal Design Core 3500W

 

Highest OC Scores:

Cinebench R15: 1,029 (4.554GHz, BCLK 207, Multiplier x22, Vcore 1.480V)

Cinebench R20: 2,150 (4.532GHz, BCLK 206, Multiplier x22, Vcore 1.496V)

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On the off chance that anybody is interested, someone's selling an SR-2 on r/hardwareswap for $500 OBO: https://redd.it/p6id8n

 

Bit too pricey for me, especially since I could get an X399 or super high-end X570 board for that price, but might be appealing to someone else I guess?

X58 PC: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/r3qp7X

CPU: Intel Xeon X5650 @ 4.0GHz (BCLK 200, Multiplier x20, Vcore 1.3V) || Motherboard: Asus P6X58D-E (X58 LGA 1366) || RAM: 24GB (6x 4GB) HyperX DDR3 @ 1,866 Mhz || GPU: Asus GTX 670 DirectCU II || PSU: EVGA 550 B3 80+ Bronze Fully Modular || Storage: Adata SP900 120GB SATA SSD, 1x 1TB WD Blue 5,400RPM, 2x 500GB Seagate Barracuda 7,200RPM in RAID 0 || Case: Fractal Design Core 3500W

 

Highest OC Scores:

Cinebench R15: 1,029 (4.554GHz, BCLK 207, Multiplier x22, Vcore 1.480V)

Cinebench R20: 2,150 (4.532GHz, BCLK 206, Multiplier x22, Vcore 1.496V)

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23 hours ago, Aveniform said:

On the off chance that anybody is interested, someone's selling an SR-2 on r/hardwareswap for $500 OBO: https://redd.it/p6id8n

 

Bit too pricey for me, especially since I could get an X399 or super high-end X570 board for that price, but might be appealing to someone else I guess?

i remember seeing one for 399 with two 5670s and 24 gbs of ram but of course that was at a time I was broke

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so I might be able to post my setup here again soon lul, found 8 cores to be limiting so I'm hoping to move from the 10700k to a 7980xe soon since cex have them for like, not a lot of money

current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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And so it begins 

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current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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On 8/23/2021 at 1:40 AM, the pudding said:

so I might be able to post my setup here again soon lul, found 8 cores to be limiting so I'm hoping to move from the 10700k to a 7980xe soon since cex have them for like, not a lot of money

You have a X299 motherboard??

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28 minutes ago, SpiderMan said:

You have a X299 motherboard??

Those are easy to get, EVGA has em on sale for like $99 sometimes. The CPUs are the expensive part of X299. And I guess a PSU to power them, a 7980XE can pull 700W or more - by itself - when pushed IIRC. 

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1 hour ago, SpiderMan said:

You have a X299 motherboard??

Not at current, but these obtaining them for a reasonable price is trivial round these parts 

current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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2 hours ago, Zando Bob said:

Those are easy to get, EVGA has em on sale for like $99 sometimes. The CPUs are the expensive part of X299. And I guess a PSU to power them, a 7980XE can pull 700W or more - by itself - when pushed IIRC. 

Yeah I was just asking him since he's going from a 10700K to a 7980XE so I wasn't too sure if he knew they were different sockets. I disassembled my X299 rig and upgraded to Ryzen as the IPC performance is much more superior to even a 10980XE (this performed worse than my i7-9800X). I still have the i7-9800X and X299 motherboard just in case. 

 

1 hour ago, the pudding said:

Not at current, but these obtaining them for a reasonable price is trivial round these parts 

Yeah depending on how much you want to spend for features that you need. 

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1 hour ago, SpiderMan said:

Yeah I was just asking him since he's going from a 10700K to a 7980XE so I wasn't too sure if he knew they were different sockets. I disassembled my X299 rig and upgraded to Ryzen as the IPC performance is much more superior to even a 10980XE (this performed worse than my i7-9800X). I still have the i7-9800X and X299 motherboard just in case. 

 

Yeah depending on how much you want to spend for features that you need. 

Ahh yeah I've been playing with PC stuff for the best part of 13 years now, I know it's a different socket and all, it's more just that I change hardware a LOT as some of the regulars here can attest to 😜 I decided I wanted something new to play with and I found that the skylake-X parts are getting pretty damn cheap now so thought to bite the bullet since I've played with a 2950X already so may as well see what the other end is like and all 

Yeah, I've still got the 10700k kit to shift and some large ish SSD's too so that'll help on that front so that's not too much of a concern, and there are some good boards about for not a huge amount of money locally so all golden there 

current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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seems it's time to ree a bit lul 

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current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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here we go again lul 

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current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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well this one doesn't seem to be fake so that's nice, just got to wait a little bit till I can sort a board to see if it's working or not, if not i've got a 2 year warranty on it so I'm golden either way 

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current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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After some more experimentation, this is probably the highest I can push my X5650:

 

Cinebench R15: 1,029 multicore @ 4.554 GHz (BCLK: 207, Multiplier X22, Vcore 1.48V)

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Cinebench R20: 2,150 multicore @ 4.532 GHz (BCLK: 206, Multiplier x22, Vcore 1.496V)

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I need slightly higher voltage to make a successful Cinebench R20 pass compared to R15. If I push any higher I will run into a Catch-22 situation with my current hardware. If I attempt 4.6 GHz or higher Cinebench will simply crash, or Windows will BSOD (not surprising). Raising voltage to 1.5V or above at 4.6 GHz leads to such high temperatures that I will throttle down to around 3.8 GHz or even lower, which is obviously not ideal. I could upgrade my cooling setup further, but my Noctua NH-U12P is already great at 4 GHz, which is my setting for daily use, and I want to remain on air cooling for simplicity. I'm already content as I've seen other people who have lost the silicon lottery and are unable to get their X5650 past 4 Ghz. For $14 Cdn dollars on AliExpress I have matched the performance of a slightly overclocked i7-6700K on paper, and I really cannot ask for any more from this venerable platform!

X58 PC: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/r3qp7X

CPU: Intel Xeon X5650 @ 4.0GHz (BCLK 200, Multiplier x20, Vcore 1.3V) || Motherboard: Asus P6X58D-E (X58 LGA 1366) || RAM: 24GB (6x 4GB) HyperX DDR3 @ 1,866 Mhz || GPU: Asus GTX 670 DirectCU II || PSU: EVGA 550 B3 80+ Bronze Fully Modular || Storage: Adata SP900 120GB SATA SSD, 1x 1TB WD Blue 5,400RPM, 2x 500GB Seagate Barracuda 7,200RPM in RAID 0 || Case: Fractal Design Core 3500W

 

Highest OC Scores:

Cinebench R15: 1,029 (4.554GHz, BCLK 207, Multiplier x22, Vcore 1.480V)

Cinebench R20: 2,150 (4.532GHz, BCLK 206, Multiplier x22, Vcore 1.496V)

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On 9/6/2021 at 6:57 AM, Aveniform said:

After some more experimentation, this is probably the highest I can push my X5650:

 

Cinebench R15: 1,029 multicore @ 4.554 GHz (BCLK: 207, Multiplier X22, Vcore 1.48V)

 

 

Cinebench R20: 2,150 multicore @ 4.532 GHz (BCLK: 206, Multiplier x22, Vcore 1.496V)

 

 

I need slightly higher voltage to make a successful Cinebench R20 pass compared to R15. If I push any higher I will run into a Catch-22 situation with my current hardware. If I attempt 4.6 GHz or higher Cinebench will simply crash, or Windows will BSOD (not surprising). Raising voltage to 1.5V or above at 4.6 GHz leads to such high temperatures that I will throttle down to around 3.8 GHz or even lower, which is obviously not ideal. I could upgrade my cooling setup further, but my Noctua NH-U12P is already great at 4 GHz, which is my setting for daily use, and I want to remain on air cooling for simplicity. I'm already content as I've seen other people who have lost the silicon lottery and are unable to get their X5650 past 4 Ghz. For $14 Cdn dollars on AliExpress I have matched the performance of a slightly overclocked i7-6700K on paper, and I really cannot ask for any more from this venerable platform!

Those are some damn nice scores out of an X5650, it's really surprising how long lasting X58 has been, it's on it's way towards not being much use, but it's lasted a long time and it's still decent, especially if you can get a cheap board, very good, nicely done with that clock and all 

current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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Today was a fun day, yet to dial in my overclock properly buuuuuuuuuuut we're getting there, this cpu definitely needs a delid though lul, 1.3v 4.6GHz it gets up to the mid 90s under water, also need to dial my memory in properly, just running a quick and dirty memory clock of 3600MHz 16 16 16 34 1T but I may see what clocks I can get out of the ram running splaves tight b-die timing profile which iirc was 12 12 12 24 1T but I'm not expecting *too* much from that lul, but we'll see, ram is just 4x8 of patriot viper steel 4400 C19 so pretty decent b-die 

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current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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Hmmm, bit of a question for those that have some experience with skylake/skylake-x, I'm trying to dial in my memory OC and I'm not really too familiar with the OC side of modern intel as far as memory goes, for VCCSA and VCCIO which does which and what's, roughly, the max voltage for daily use? I'm having a hard time getting really very much actually stable memory wise and I'm not sure exactly if it's not enough SA, IO or just the memory controller getting hot and complaining about that, the ram isn't getting all that hot so in theory it shouldn't be that 

 

current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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5 hours ago, the pudding said:

Hmmm, bit of a question for those that have some experience with skylake/skylake-x, I'm trying to dial in my memory OC and I'm not really too familiar with the OC side of modern intel as far as memory goes, for VCCSA and VCCIO which does which and what's, roughly, the max voltage for daily use? I'm having a hard time getting really very much actually stable memory wise and I'm not sure exactly if it's not enough SA, IO or just the memory controller getting hot and complaining about that, the ram isn't getting all that hot so in theory it shouldn't be that 

 

i wish i could help but i've only ever set an XMP profile for my skylake system

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14 hours ago, GrockleTD said:

i wish i could help but i've only ever set an XMP profile for my skylake system

Yeah, it was a bit of a longshot in all honesty as that's what most people do, XMP isn't going to work so well in this case since it's 4400MHz Cl19 b-die stuff lmao 

current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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Figured it out, I needed the system agent offset, not just VCCSA and VCCIO, this is what I settled for daily wise 

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current rig: i9 7920x at 4.5GHz (for now), 32gb patriot viper steel 4400 C19 running 3800MHz 16 16 16 28 275 (for now, may not be final), custom water on cpu (full loop soon™), AX760 psu (seasonic OEM), shunt modded 2070 super, 2 WD blue 1tb SSD's, sabrent rocket 1tb NVME on a pcie 4X to M.2 card, 256gb sata ssd for windows, phanteks P600S, my main monitor is a 24" dell 1080p 165hz VA thing, and this is flanked by 3 1920x1200 60hz panels left right and above

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3 hours ago, tiershitxeonoc said:

Hi! this is the setup:

 

https://valid.x86.fr/ry9jsc

 

Should i buy Corsair Dominator 2000 mhz 9-10-9-27 @1.65v 3x4G or buying a W3680 better? (fun fact W3680 at half price) 

 

Thanks for any suggestions...

You should be able to get way more clock out of an X5675 unless you lucked out and just got a super shite bin, they usually hit at least 4.5GHz very consistently. Unless it's a bin issue with your CPU (which would mean replacing it is rerolling that silicon lottery for a hopefully better result) I'd keep it and go for the faster RAM. 

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2 hours ago, Zando Bob said:

You should be able to get way more clock out of an X5675 unless you lucked out and just got a super shite bin, they usually hit at least 4.5GHz very consistently. Unless it's a bin issue with your CPU (which would mean replacing it is rerolling that silicon lottery for a hopefully better result) I'd keep it and go for the faster RAM. 

Honestly i didnt try higher than this one cause im tired of getting stuck bios and Os. My problem was im very noob at the memory timings and my ram sticks sucks too... Its regular hyperx 1600mhz. When i was to able get in Os with 1866 mhz i didn't care about the rest😄 

 

What should i give vcore for 4.4~5ghz? And one thing too i cant set the cpu ratio to 24 its annoying as hell... is this normal?

 

Edit: https://valid.x86.fr/qdv7t9 

 

With 178bclk x 25 I give 1.4 vcore load line is enabled and hyperthreading is disabled its seems fine hope it survive this night.

 

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