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Originally Posted by ae804
you did something wrong.... i get 173.3W

OC_p = TDP*(MHz_oc/MHz_stock)*(Vcore_oc/Vcore_stock)^2
= 65*( 4750 / 2660)*( 1.65 / 1.35 )^2
=65*1.786*1.222^2 = 65*1.786*1.4928 = 173.3W
Whew thanks man!!!!

I was really sweating since I have put a serious amount of money into this custom mod...
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post #12 of 12
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Here is a simple C++ program I wrote to calculate the number of watts a chip will put out based on the formula.

I was bored

This way anyone who wants to calculate doesnt have to write it out.

Edit: Let me know if there are any problems with it
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