Assassins Creed Origins high temps on 8700K. Is this safe to play or stop?

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  1. boricuafly

    boricuafly Notebook Consultant

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    Yeah anything above 90c is a no no.
     
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    Yeah, the number I've seen most quoted and seems to be the most accurate comes from der8auer who said that people should aim for under 85c during 24/7 use. Personally I feel the same way you do and try to keep my chip under 84c (and ideally much lower than that).
     
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    Exactly. It is a demanding game so the temps noted are not out of the ballpark.
     
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    I can't believe you guys are advocating for 80+ degrees is fine, no it is not, it is degrading, especially during spikes reaching higher temperatures.

    Delid it or undervolt/clock it.

    This is absurd.

    edit: and one big colossal giant universal middle finger to $hitel for providing toothpaste between IHS and the die, while charging premium
     
  5. Danishblunt

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    According to derBauer anything under 85c is acceptable. Degrading etc. starts at 85+.

    But yeah, for a desktop the temps are really terrible. Should be 60s.
     
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