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insevin
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5 minutes ago, scottavery said:

Its been 8 months, did you sort out your issue with throttling?

Yes and no. On Intel XTU, I increase my current limit to a pretty high level. The throttle goes away and I can use part of the turbo boost. I am not sure that's it is safe but I have been doing it almost daily for months.

 

Increase limits:

Power to 95W (may be unimportant)

Current to 200A

 

I do this in the profile manager, then apply the profile. Its saved for each login/power cycle.

 

Results in core max of 4.19GHz (Turbo Boost)

 

I don't know why it doesn't go to max potential of about 4.4GHz (I think) but this boost is better than nothing.

 

Note without this adjustment, I DO get the normal 4.0GHz. I get throttled for the few tenths of the boost it attempts under default settings. If I turn OFF turboboost in BIOS then the throttling basically never happens. 4.0 all the time.

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1 hour ago, insevin said:

Yes and no. On Intel XTU, I increase my current limit to a pretty high level. The throttle goes away and I can use part of the turbo boost. I am not sure that's it is safe but I have been doing it almost daily for months.

On a ML10 v2?  I checked the Intel Ark and it says that that chip does not support ECC memory, so it should be incompatible.

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1 minute ago, scottavery said:

On a ML10 v2?  I checked the Intel Ark and it says that that chip does not support ECC memory, so it should be incompatible.

It works.

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9 hours ago, insevin said:

It works.

I guess it drops the parity bit?  Or do you not have ECC memory installed at all?

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2 hours ago, scottavery said:

I guess it drops the parity bit?  Or do you not have ECC memory installed at all?

It runs as spec'd. I can't guarantee that the ECC does it's job, but the right memory is utilized at the right frequency. My motherboard forces ECC memory, or else I would get cheaper stuff.

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