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Old 16-04-16, 08:52 PM
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Does using the igpu increase core temp and oc voltage

Ive never used the igpu on a processor before but on this occassion I'm waiting to get paid to buy my 980ti so I'm using the igpu on my 6700k. Will using the igpu increase core temps and increase the voltage required to get a stable oc?

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Old 16-04-16, 11:18 PM
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Well if you are using the iGPU etc then of course yes it is going to generate more heat. As for voltage, I belive they are seoperate.

Never had any difference with the iGPU used or during my OC runs. Just make sure its well cooled.
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Cheers that's good to know
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