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Is there an amount of time I should wait before overclocking my cpu or can I push it without an extended break in period. I am using phase cooling so temps are not really an issue below 5.2 ghz
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no
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Go for it!The cpu has been through extensive testing. Btw I wanna see some benchies
    
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Is there an amount of time I should wait before overclocking my cpu or can I push it without an extended break in period. I am using phase cooling so temps are not really an issue below 5.2 ghz
no, in fact tis quite the opposite when it comes to electronics. the longer you run it the more likely is is to break down, bot for cpu's it will be a long time before it breaks.
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no, in fact tis quite the opposite when it comes to electronics.
well that's not entirely true, some audio equipment will benefits from burn-in
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Thanks everyone, been running vantage @5170 and so far so good. Tomorrow I'll push it a little further and see if I can break 5300
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post #7 of 9
Just send it to me if you want some break in time , but really, let it have it.
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CPU's do not have any moving parts and therefore do not need any burn in. Audio parts like speakers and headphones have moving cones (traditionally) and there for benefit from burn in. (Theoretically, nobody knows for certain because sound quality is subjective.)
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post #9 of 9
There is no break in period for it. I oc as soon as I put it in.
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