Overclocking i9-10900K - X170KM-G

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  1. Cedr1k

    Cedr1k Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah, it's throttling hard and i don't think that repasting would solve this issue. Maybe setting fans at full speed from the beginning of stress test would solve the issue. But I can find any button for it.
     
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    Papusan Jokebook's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on Filthy

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    FN+1 to set max fans.
     
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    Oh it works, thanks :D
     
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    Do you guys know why I can't reach 4.9Ghz even if it's set to 4.9 in XTU?
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    Those are settings during stress test and it seems like it is capped to 4.8 no matter what. Is it BIOS thing?
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  5. BrightSmith

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    Uninstall XTU and try Throttlestop instead? Also, have you monitored with HWinfo64?
     
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    Yeah I have checked this also with HWinfo. I will try to OC with Throttlestop, thanks for and advice. I have seen also that Power Options in windows can fix this. I have create new plan with High performance and during stress test it was 4.9Ghz but I don't know why during benchmark for example 3D Mark Time Spy it clocks down to 4.8Ghz again.
     
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    Could be power or voltage limits? Nothing in HWinfo64?
     
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    Could be secondary or tertiary power limits.
     
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    It is solved. I have changed Intel Overclocking Thermal Velocity Boost to disable. I have reduced cache ratio to 3.7Ghz and it is stable during stress test on 5.0Ghz on all cores. It throttle a little during cinebench but I don't think I will reach those temps during playing games. I even was able to reach 5.1Ghz but it was throttle hard during stress test so I left it on 5.0Ghz.
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    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/19743092
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/19744276
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/25380678
     

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    It might have been trying to push the low core count clocks way higher then.
     
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