My Christmas Present to Myself

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Re: My Christmas Present to Myself

Post by DangerousKitchen » Sat Apr 06, 2013 12:18 pm

MadMojo wrote: In usuall Windows mode it lurks around 20°C most often, while gaming around 55°C. Max for this CPU is about 90°C so there is enough room. And the CPU cooling fan is silent enough, usually don't hear it at all.
That's pretty good. I had problems with kit-fan because, when loaded tem was high a 95°C! it was never dropped down less than 75°C. So I had to buy more powerful CPU fan ad now it's working between 44°C-66°C.
I have Intel Core i5-760 and it's dynamically overlocked.. works from 1200 MHz to 333 MHz depends on current needs.
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Re: My Christmas Present to Myself

Post by MadMojo » Sat Apr 06, 2013 5:13 pm

Hmm yes, some fan-kit are not that good - I had good experiences as I wrote, but only with AMD, perhaps the intel in general get hotter... who kows...
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