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Overclocker Claims X299 VRM Temperatures are a ‘Disaster,’ Limit Skylake-X Potential

According to one prominent member of the overclocking community, the VRM cooling on X299 motherboards isn't good enough to keep the boards stable -- and no overclocker should buy a board with just one 8-pin CPU power connector. The post Overclocker Claims X299 VRM Temperatures are a ‘Disaster,’ Limit Skylake-X Potential appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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