P870KM1-G - CPU Heatsink -WaterBlock?

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    You don’t need add uncore offset voltage with stock ram speed.

    Please run 45x all cores and test with CBR-11.5 and CBR-15.

    ThrottleStop is nice for changing settings on the fly. You can set up to 4 different OC profiles.
     
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    Okay trying to change to 45x all cores, but when i do it still pops back to 48x ?

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    You change it in FIVR Window. Apply and save. You can make 4 profiles. No need to fiddle with Clock modulation or set multiplayer.

    Want a special profil loading up. Look into Options.
     
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    Okay followed as you said , see below :)

    4.5 = 968
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    This looks a bit better. Max out IccMax (A) as well. For all profiles you will use.

    No need for higher voltage for Cashe vs. core. And remove check marks as said in previous post. Delete offset for Uncore voltage also.

    Edit. I will put up a TS guide for you. But afterwards. I’m out.

    ThrottleStop Primer
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/ThrottleStop-Primer.213140.0.html
     
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    Thanks buddy,

    I am going to have a good read on everything, i don't want to spam the thread anymore.

    As it stands i have got 1040 @ 4.8Ghz across all cores locked with 1.10 volts (which i think - if i am understanding this correct is really good)
     
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    You're welcome:) And have fun!
     
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    To change the cache ratio with ThrottleStop you have to move the radio button, then move the slider down at the bottom. With the radio button on "CPU Cache" it will give you the access to that and cache voltage. If you increase the cache ratio, set the voltage the same at the CPU core to start with. You may be able to go lower, but the process is the same as finding the ideal core voltage. Test, lower voltage, test, lower voltage, crash, raise voltage. Cinebench is the best way to test to find voltage sweet spot.
     
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    Thanks bro !
     
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