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Topic: cmp profile issue cpu oc
Posted By: sergiopsicologo91
Subject: cmp profile issue cpu oc
Date Posted: 21 Sep 2020 at 8:59pm
Good morning. Friends, I have a serious problem, or so I think. I have two 2 * 8 3600 dual channel RAM modules. When I activate the xmp profile of my Asus z390 phantom gaming 4 board, everything is perfect, it reaches the frequencies of 3600Mhz without stability problems, the problem arises when I perform a slight OC to my I5 9600K, it does not matter if it is to put all the cores (sync all cores) to 4.2; 4.5; 4.6 Ghz, the problem is that when Windows starts the CPU is all the time at the maximum frequency at which I left the overclock, even if there is no program open and I am only on the windows desktop, that is, the use of the cpu is at 1% and the frequency goes to 4.6 Ghz, for example. This only happens if I activate the xmp profile to the maximum of what these memories allow, that is 3600, it even happens if I leave it at 3400 or 3500, rather, this phenomenon occurs if I exceed 3000Mhz for the RAM.

However, when I lower the ram frequencies to 3000, the CPU frequencies go back to being dynamic according to% usage. I don't think this is normal, it should be dynamic even with 3600

Mhz of ram. Also the computer does not turn off when it is always at maximum frequency.

Notes: I already checked windows power consumption profile settings, but everything is in "balanced", normal.


Rtx 2060 super msi gaming edition

PSU Gigabyte 650W 80+ bronze

Asrock z390 phantom gaming 4

Corsair Vengeance LPX 2*8 3600 ddr4

I5 9600k

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