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Old 2020-02-01, 19:19   #5
"Jorge Coveiro"
Nov 2006
Moura, Portugal

608 Posts

Originally Posted by retina View Post
My idea would be to not overclock. More heat to remove, more electricity used, very little gain.

If the CPU is too slow to outpace the RAM then I think the CPU could do with some improvements.
Well, all I can say it's that it's a great cpu for overclocking (using a good motherboard and cooler).
I'm not using watercooling because I'm afraid of leaks.
Instead I have a be-quiet Dark Rock Pro4 air-cooler, that does a nice job.
I think with watercooling I could get even better results (that's true).

In the other way, there are some "new cooling" solutions out there like IceGiant:
It would be cool to test these new coolers when they're released.
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