- Jan 9, 2006
Ok you won me over. I set it to auto voltage and worked the speed up from stock until heat got uncomfortable. I ended up with 4.9ghz on p-cores and 3.9ghz on e-cores with 1.224v and max 86c during intel extreme tuning utility on memory test which seems to be the hottest and hardest to pass. I feel slightly better idling at a lower voltage and I'm sure extra cores will only become more useful with time.Looked like overall it was a negligible difference... and in the end said to leave the ecores enabled (11:17+)?