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Windows 7: Would a 1.44 CPU VCORE be too much?

26 Jan 2013   #21
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solarstarshines View Post
I would say that is accurate because the lower the TDP the higher the temp it can max

Im running 125w socket chip my temps top at 61c but during stability test i got to 53c max which means i have more room but i was happy with what i got when overclocking

I also come to the conclunsion we have the same architecture as well
Hm.. I wonder how that one guy who claimed his CPU reached 90C managed to post from his computer. I'm guessing 90C would have caused some serious damage.

Have to remember not everyone will achieve the same results and we really don't know how long this person has ran that chip at that kind of speed and heat

Best thing to do is get the best and stable results as possible if your board had issues going higher or throtling then you need to back off and be happy where you are because after a certain point it all feels the same


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