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Falcon Northwest Mitigation Strategy Paves Way to Fixing Intel 13th and 14th Gen Stability Woes – PC Perspective

Falcon Northwest Mitigation Strategy Paves Way to Fixing Intel 13th and 14th Gen Stability Woes – PC Perspective

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Multi-core workloads in particular will suffer, as 253 watts of power isn't enough to deliver the numbers we've been routinely seeing for Intel flagship CPUs of 320+ watts of power draw. Single-threaded performance should be unchanged – or possibly even more so, if the sinebench result above and My own experience with power scaling Any clue?

We don't yet know if running at crazy power numbers (and voltages) affects the long-term health of Intel 13th and 14th Gen Core i9 processors, but even if your motherboard vendor hasn't provided an update So I think it's time to accept it. AMD has gotten faster multi-threaded performance from its Ryzen 9 CPUs this generation, and has scaled its power limit to a level closer to its maximum of 253 watts. Originally described.

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