Do you think it is okay if I raise the TJmax of the Processor to 105 degrees in order to test a stable Prime 95 run with AVX on my 9900k?
TJMax is 100C on Intel's site, although some bioses default it to 95C
You can put it at 105C if your bios supports adjustable TCC offsets, but why? What are you trying to gain by allowing your processor to reach 105C?
Ask yourself: do any other real world applications, games or stress tests put you over 100C? If no, why is prime so important if you need the voltage that high to pass it? For science?