AORUS ATC800 CPU Cooler Dominates in Overclocking i9 10900K All-core at 5.1G

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. kakiharaFRS

    kakiharaFRS Master Guru

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    is there some hidden setting to make prime95 a burden on the cpu ? because all I did was set to max threads etc...and found it quite useless to test my cooling setups
    it's nowhere near has hard as testing with aida64 stress test or a combo of tests like running cinebenchR20 + kombustor or furmark together
    something which gamer nexus and linus or others sometimes do when they want a cooling or cpu to look bad (only reason why you would use a much harsher test method when you know people will compare it to normal results) this is way worse than a regular cpu stress test you're asking for 160-200% cpu load basically with max power gpu and motherboard, no one except the ones that already tried it know how worst it is : 840+watts at the psu with a 1080ti and 3960x to give you an idea
     
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    With respect Hilbert, the title of the press release probably shouldn't be the title of the article in this case. "Cooler dominates" and "cooler leads" both make it sound like this cooler is better than its peers, when nobody has independently tested yet. It's just a standard manufacturer claim until proven otherwise.
     
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    So you are telling me aorus rgb can beat poo color noctua? That cant be right.
     
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    Well run latest Prime95 which uses AVX2 and run Small FFTs (max FPU stress) and witness the burnout galore :D I OCed my previous cpu 9600K to just 4.8ghz and managed to hit 80-85C in it with Noctua NHU12A. with 4.9-5.0 ghz i got 95-100C @1.36-1.39 vcore. OCCT - linpack stress testing is brutal to say the least as well.
     
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