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What are considered good 2700x temps?

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Precision boost gets less and less aggressive with the frequency when temperature goes past 68C I think, so below that will be ideal. It's not all that realistic tho, I'd just keep the target at around 75C


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That's a great question. My temps for a stock 2700X and a corsair 240mm AIO are currently 55* (full load, I've got a render going).

 

I'm not sure of my position in the silicon lottery, though. What does everyone else have on water and on air?


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1 hour ago, aPCuser said:

That's a great question. My temps for a stock 2700X and a corsair 240mm AIO are currently 55* (full load, I've got a render going).

 

I'm not sure of my position in the silicon lottery, though. What does everyone else have on water and on air?

You still got some headroom. as @Jurrunio said target is 75c your good to go. Just go straight for the big numbers and work your way down. 4.2 is the spot most people can hit and depending on your ambient temperatures you should be able to do that with the Prism aswell if target is 75c. 


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