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heatsinks and a blower!
mine wont boot at 2.2 and is extremely unstable at 2.1. 2.0 is stable but wont cpuburn without freaking out. i run at 2.0, doesnt seem to effect my daily use.graphicw wrote: ↑Sat Sep 14, 2019 5:47 amI kind of figured it did not actually do 2.5 GHz. RPI happily chugs along up to 2 GHz with proper cooling. I run mine at 1.8 GHz because I shoot for an overclock that does not throttle with CPU Burn and my current cooling solutions in use. Once I have to bump over voltage to 4 or 6, the CPU still reaches throttle temp after a few minutes of running CPU Burn. This is with fan and heatsink. I get up to 1.8 GHz CPU and GPU of 600 MHz with over voltage set to only 2. That allows me stay under 70 C even in CPU Burn running for hours. I find CPU Burn to be the best tool around. You will never run that hard of a workload in a real world situation unless you are going NEON hardcore.
I'd be installing PiHole and blocking all of their domains with it.
On my Pi4 the 5V supply current at default clock is 1A at 100% CPU load, at 2GHz it is 1.5A, an increase of 2.5W.