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Old 14-02-19, 10:13 PM
ScottytooHotty ScottytooHotty is offline
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Its actually all about volts on your CPU dude - no AIO will tame that completely

If they are suddenly spiking as you work the volts up then you need to keep it at a point where you dont overload the TIM on the CPU

You didnt say what your AIO is currently or any of your OC settings - Im hoping youve got manual CPU volts and the LLC set up correctly?
If I'm honest I am a complete novice when it comes to overclocking but a friend of mine who had just OD'd his 8700k was helping me and even the slightest change made my cpu temps go completely out of control... I want to replace the cooler anyway as it was second hand when I got it and was used as a test cooler so didn't have a great life before hand.

The AIO I have is just a 240mm Asetec rad with NZXT AER rgb fans on it.

Honestly any help with what setting's I should try would be awesome.
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