I am picking my way around throttlestop and general undervolting, and have a couple of questions that baffle me a while.
When i just bought the computer i ran Mass Effect Andromeda while overclockingwith predator sense, it reached 88 degrees. After a while i undervolted, made sometests with the computer ,etcetera, now if i play andromeda with NO UNDERVOLTING my temperatures are around 92, 94 degrees. Nothing else changed, i also formatted my computer. After the first undervolt the temps seemed to rise a bit. How is this possible? can it be simply because when i first tested the computer it was still technically "winter"? or should i be worried about something?
Second question: would you suggest i use SPeedshift with 128/64 settings? does it hurt performance in real life usage? i did notice somewhat lower framerates during benchmark.
Now about exact undervolting. My computer seems stable at -150mv, but once in a while (days) i do experience a crash and reboot. The CPU does not power throttle.
RIght now i am using speedshift and undervolting at -125, and it all seems stable, with temps i would define good (low 80).
Any general suggestions about throttlestop settings? Or am i good as i am?
But, above all, what baffles me is the change in temperatures when no undervolting is done. How can that change from 88 degrees overclocked in predator sense to 94 degrees with no overclocking done in predator sense?
System temp is generally high, 36 to 40 degrees, it's quite hot here. Is it tied just to this?
Thanks to who would answer.