Have a new custom PC from Micro. I read the i9-13900KS 24-core should turbo-boost to 6ghz (w/o manual OC), with adequate cooling. But am barely getting 5ghz, and quickly hitting 100°C at full load.
Lian Li Galahad II Trinity Performance AIO.
Lian Li LANCOOL III ATX Mid-Tower (three 120mm 1300 rpm fans)
MSI Z790 Carbon MB- Turbo-boost enabled in bios.
Airflow seems excellent.
So why is my CPU so warm, and stopping at 5ghz at full load? Settings to try?
Am about a 4 on a 1-10 tech savvy scale.
Sounds normal. It says it boosts up to 6GHz. You're not likely to ever hit that, you certainly won't on a heavy multicore load. You would need to go over to a custom loop for that and you'd probably want to learn and play around with some undervolting. The latter you could do now and it would potentially increase your performance.
Thanks for reply.
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