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Intel investigates why games crash on 13th and 14th generation Core i9 processors – Computer – News

I don't have any problem with this, it's just that when I turn the voltage down a bit, apps start crashing or blue screens appear.
It's often easy to get it working via apps like Cinebench R23.

But recently I ran a 30-minute stress test, maximum consumption of 290W, and one core reached a maximum temperature of 90°C, so the throttle is nowhere to be seen.
It is completely stable hence there are no crashes.

The only problem I sometimes encounter is that some applications like don't want to start or Battlenet intermittently.
Then the process simply crashes, and they may not be able to properly handle the P/E cores and core count size.

On the other hand, there are also games that can handle a maximum of 16 cores, for example, but do not know what to do with more and simply do not start.
There is of course a workaround for this, but you can't blame the CPU for that either.

Satisfied user for a year and a half now.


  • i9 13900K Stock @ -0.06V SVID Global Under Voltage
  • Asus ROG Maximus Z790 Extreme (BIOS 0219 Early September 2022)
  • 4 x 32GB DDR5-5600 Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB CL40 @ 5400Mhz XMP enabled.
  • EVGA GTX1080Ti FTW3 11GB
  • Corsair AX1200i
  • Corsair H170i with 6 Noctua NF-A14 fans at 3000 RPM.

And the SP rating for the CPU is only “97” which is pretty average as silicon would expect (CPU quality)

[Reactie gewijzigd door CriticalHit_NL op 9 april 2024 15:50]