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95C load.... lol
    
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post #172 of 174
i used custom water cooling

a cheap quad radiator+ ek waterblock supreme lt..

glad its winter,12 ° C in my room.
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i used custom water cooling

a cheap quad radiator+ ek waterblock supreme lt..

glad its winter,12 ° C in my room.
Even with water cooling and 12c ambient temps you still get 95c load temps? Something about that seems wrong.

Anyhow that high voltage mixed with those high temperatures are really scary by themselves but to have both at the same time is really pushing the envelope.
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yeah,i`ve hit the limits

at 5020 mhz @1,54 v i have 85°
and at 4900 mhz @1,485 i sit in a range from 72-76°

like i said,its a crap chip,an early retail,so i don`t care if it taps out.
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