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    Posted: 22 Nov 2022 at 12:03am
Hello!

I have the ASrock Z790 PG Lightning/D4 Mainboard with an i7 13700k and 32GB(2x16) 3600mhz CL18 RAM from Corsair

The BIOS has the following settings changed:

Activated XMP1 Profile
Set Cooler Type to 360-420mm AIO
Set CPU_FAN2 to Performance Mode

This sets a Power Limit of 265W

In Cinebench R23 Multicore I get around 29500 Points and around 2050 Points for Single core.

Many reviewers get around 30500 or up to 31000 in Multicore.

Any Idea why I might be short of the last 500-1000points?

The arctic liquid freezer II 360 AIO has the CPU at 90-93C during the Benchmark.

I tried raising the power limit to 350W but I got no change in score.

According to HWinfo64 the max Wattage is 285 and then no warnings are triggered.

with 265W there is a limit exceeded triggered but the score is the same anyway.

Am I missing a setting I could try? Windows powerplan to best performance did not help.

Or would I need higher end Board?
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A 500-1000 points difference could depend on many things: motherboard (Z690 or Z790), RAM (DDR4 or DDR5, speed and latency), CPU settings in the bios (Intel stock settings or no limits), CPU temperature and possible throttling ...
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Anyway, for the i7-13700K and the i9-13900K probably a Taichi motherboard would be better.
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On cpu-z, what your bus speed ? 100 or 99.76 ?
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99.76mhz
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Other people with higher scores should have their bus speed at 100.

Maybe?
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