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Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post

I guess it's not Bulldozer super volcano we are dealing with here but we have no numbers at all for wattage on the Ryzen processors. That makes me a bit worried.

I have a alphacool watercooling kit to transfer so I can cool the cpu no problems with a new bracket so the thing to limit me will be VRM thermals & capability.
I maxed my current MB until I smelt smoke and tuned back a notch and settled. (took some dmg but stable function)

I would have liked a better selection than we got compared what's available in similar prices on older tech.

It's okay (and a good idea) to have a healthy level of skepticism.

This thread might interest you:

I linked a specifically interesting post.

https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/threads/amd-zen-thread-inc-am4-apu-discussion.18665505/page-401#post-30533503

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