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  1. Papusan

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    Yeah, I could smell it. What load voltage? You use XTU and default voltage?
     
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    Upgraded the Tornado F5 today with 3000Mhz ram. Games like BF1 are running much smoother without the noticeable hitching that I had occasionally with 2400Mhz. I used Corsair Vengeance ram. XMP profile worked perfectly.
     
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    I just applied 80mv undervolt, didn't change much...
     
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    Yeah, it run hot. But take a look on @Mr. Fox TF5.OC.PDF.
     
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    I did another test with 80mv undervolt Maintained 4700 the entire test. 905 score. Something else is at play.
     
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    If you don’t use ThrottleStop, try it. Uninstall XTU OR disable with Autoruns.exe
    Can’t run simultaneously. Click Limit reasons on main TS window (have both TS and limit reason up while testing). Remember click clear all settings in Limit reason before you start. Follow what’s happening while you test.

    Post pict of TS settings after you start it up.
     
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    It didn't limit, the graph is dead solid on 4700 for the entire test. CPU hit 90C but didn't throttle.
     
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    Then it must be something who steal clock cycles in the background. Clean clocks should mean correct scores.

    Edit. Read my and @Huniken replies before and after this post.
     
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    972 this time, arrows pointing to test run area on the graph. I went back to "better performance" mode in Win 10 to keep the clocks from running at 4700 constantly, hence the areas where it isn't 4700 surrounding the test timeframe.
     

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    This is from old scores... Even 20 point below these scores for each clock speed should mean it still works correct (depends on how much you have running into background).

    Don’t forget the stock Hwinfo sensors polling frequency is slow(you can change it in settings). ThrottleStop has as well own log feature.

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    7700K@4.7GHz
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