The vf point 7 frequency on my chip for 52x is 1.468v
I just love it when people give a reply & dont explain why or give any context but yes that voltage is fine, Rocket lake has bigger cores & can handle more voltage, I just came from an I7-7700k also and 1.35v- 1.4v was high on that chip but not on RL.
Also you should never have to disable hyper threading to stop bsod's! If you are getting them you have other settings wrong or other issues, I would fix them rather than handicapping your expensive processor.
Another thing Im just learning about RL is the better value you select for svid support (closest to best-case scenario) will provide much lower temps. On my chip the difference between best-case scenario & Intels fail safe is about 16C+ @ LLC4!
Mine couldnt pass P95 though @ LLC4 & best-case scenario so I needed slightly more than .01mOHM
AC/DC LL or select typical-case scenario (although it looks like Asus chose .600mOHM AC/DC LL for TC scenario which is uneccessarily high.
Also use good thermal paste & spread it evenly across the chip. Ive never used Noctua TP but Gelid GC extreme, TG kryonaught, or K|INGP|N KPx are all excellent choices!
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