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arso96 View Drop Down

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reasonable is relative to your computer. Your temps are fine, delidding will obviously help.

LLC explanation (I keep mine @ llc1 w/ taichi as well)=

Increasing clock speeds will increase fps as long as it's stable. Increasing your ram speed will also yield more fps, same with OC'ing GPU(your results will vary depending on hardware). Your best bet is to OC them all, why buy all that expensive gear to just let it run at stock? Pascal gpu's don't OC too well if you already have a factory oc'ed card, but it can still help fps and frametimes(1% and .01% lows which are different than just fps). You can youtube basically all these questions and see the difference with graphs.

Real bench is fine. Prime is stupid and makes your computer do things it will never do(opinion, but a strong one)
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Originally posted by amd7674 amd7674 wrote:

Originally posted by delatroy delatroy wrote:

Is there any way on the Taichi to measure VRM temperatures?
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+1... Does anyone know how to read VRM temps?

Get latest HWInfo64 and launch with 'sensors only':

There will be 2 entries for 'Renesas ISL69138' controller, and you can get rid of one of these simply by comparing 'VR Loop1' with the 'VR VCC Temp (SVID)' reading from your CPU.
If they match, then this is the correct controller.
'VR Loop1' is your VRM temps.

Also of note is the 'VR VOUT' reading under the same 'Renesas ISL69138' controller - this is your real vCore reading, as it's much closer to the CPU and bypasses circuit resistance.
Assuming you are running fixed voltage OC (the offset on this board is a joke) and LLC1, you will see under stress testing that 'VR VOUT' will show a lower value than 'vCore', showing just how garbage this board's tightest LLC option is, with variances in the 200mv range.

AsRock won't tell you anything about this 'VR VOUT' sensor or the Renesas Controller, saying some stuff about 'secret proprietary' info they can't divulge.
Thankfully the guy who developed HWInfo64 knows an insider who has successfully measured this data using a very expensive, calibrated oscilloscope and the 'VR VOUT' is the real vCore reading.

AsRock's complete lack of customer tech support is pretty shady, and it's difficult to understand why they even bother putting quality components in enthusiast level boards when they provide virtually no tech support.
My next PC will use Asus or Gigabyte board, with real adaptive voltage and tight LLC options that can help stabilize a higher level OC.
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