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    Discussion CPU getting too hot! help

    Think I found it, "The setting you're looking for is called "Enhanced Multi-Core Performance" and is located in the "Tweaker" section of the advanced BIOS. It will be enabled by default. Disable that, and the board reverts to the stock turbo boost rules." I will give it a go, thanks :)
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    Discussion CPU getting too hot! help

    I couldn't find any options in BIOS for a power limit, do you know what it would look like/its called?
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    Discussion CPU getting too hot! help

    Thanks a lot for your help. I was able to go into my BIOS and undervolt it successfully. I started with 0.05 which worked, then went straight to 0.1 which crashed pretty quickly. I kept trying and have settled on 0.07. On 0.07 it crashes after 2 minutes of 100% CPU usage on Cinebench, however...
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    Discussion CPU getting too hot! help

    I tried Undervolting the CPU last night (first time) and after watching guides, I am pretty sure I did everything it told me. I checked HWmonitor afterwards and I could see the offset Voltage was the same as what I had entered into Throttlestop. However, my temps did not change at all, even...
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    Discussion CPU getting too hot! help

    Thanks for all the help so far. Do we know for sure that the Black Ridge will fit on a Mini ITX MSI Z490 Unify Mobo? So from the chart above, it would be best paired with a nf-a12x25-pwm? (Noctua 120mm)?
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    Discussion CPU getting too hot! help

    Thanks for your reply, I naively did not release the wattage from the i5 8400 to the i5 10600k would be so different. It looks like I will need to upgrade my CPU Cooler then but I am definitely limited by the Silverstone case. Does anyone have any other good options for a CPU Cooler that can...
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    Discussion CPU getting too hot! help

    Hey :) I recently upgraded my Mobo and CPU which has led to much higher temperatures. I was running an i5 8400 before which ran very well, I was getting temps of around 60 degrees whilst playing Call of Duty Warzone and it was running at 100% capacity. Now, however, my new i5 10600k is...