On Throttlestop I have both core and cache voltage at -132mV. I originally was using Intel XTU and had it at -150mV, but at some point it was causing me weird issues even though it was stable during stress testing, and XTU was being weird. So I uninstalled it and using Throttlestop now. I haven't tested to see how much I can push it, although I'll probably take it as far as -145mV at some point.
I have the i7-10875h RTX 2070 Super Max-Q 32GB RAM version. In Cinebench R20 the highest score I got so far was 4408/486, and the average after running it 5 times consecutively was 4376. In FS the best score I got was 19101, and in TS 8832 with a 190/400 overclock.
I'm kinda new to tweaking stuff so I'm not really pushing the machine to it's limits, although I'll apply new thermal paste soon cause it wasn't applied as good as I'd wanted from the factory, since I'm getting kinda big temperature differences between cores some times, and then I'll research a bit more and try again to push it to where it can go.
And I really hope they release manual fan control through Vantage, cause it feels to me that the CPU thermally throttles sometimes when it shouldn't, since after the fans start spinning faster the temperature just goes down and there is no more throttling after that, but the wattage is still getting capped.
EDIT: Although I do think that there is fan control through the BIOS, but I haven't really looked into it too much.
[Reactie gewijzigd door siegMorse op 12 augustus 2020 15:54]