Thank you for contacting Intel Communities.
In this case, I would recommend checking the following thread/document for more information about settings you can change in the BIOS to make the system to run cooler.
Bear in mind that the information is applicable to different motherboards.
How best proceed with overheating i7-4790K?
Troubleshooting Intel® Core™ i7-4790K / i5-4690K overheating
I hope this information helps.
Wooh, long topic i will try to read that when I have time
But generally, is it better for heating to have manual, offset or adaptive ?
Since this implies to change voltages, it means that the CPU will run out of specifications, in this case, the best I can do is to provide a 3rd party link for you to review some useful information.
Adaptive vs Offset?
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Thanks for the help.
i tried the settings on the other topic but i have a question you can maybe answer.
When I put processor current limit at 105 :
On the stress test, no issue
On the bench i have current limit throttling.
Should i put 256 or can I leave it like this without having issue on daily using and gaming?