Custom 3.37 GHz and DDR-1775
If you checked out the previous benchmark, you saw temperatures maxing out at 85°C. Performing this particular benchmark allowed me to see if the temperature would rise at a consistent rate with minor voltage increases. As expected, this test broke 90°C and didn’t make the cut.
This benchmark was not in vain, however, as it will give us a clear picture of how much cooler our system runs when I turn off that egg-frying Hyper Threading. RAM settings from the previous test (1757MHz, 7-8-7-24-1T at 1.350V) causes BSOD in this setup. To fix it, I simply set the RAM at 1.400V.
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