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Help | With a temperature of 8700K


Tomer Ben David
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Hello everyone I have a board PRIME Z370-A and I7-8700K processor Water of . g skill 3600mhz cl17 2X16GB

I did Little manual i put all cores on 47 voltage currently 1.17 at full load bThe cinebench r15 temperature reaches 80 degrees in most games between 60-65 degrees which is reasonable

In my opinion. I am considering making a processor bucket Is it recommended?

What are the recommended temperatures for this processor to 7 \ 24 that will not cause damage

And as for the XMP enabled memories they are working on 17-19-19-39 3600MHZ Can it be improved a bit or should it be left that way?

Thank you all

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Temperatures are fine and there is no fear of damage, not at 80 degrees and certainly not at 60. If you're willing to take the risk of disabling a processor so expensive to make it cooler by a few degrees, then you should. If you have no experience of such things in the past I would not recommend, probably when you have no real reason to do so.

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