Clevo P775DM3-G overclock i9 9900k

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    You want to be iterative with over locking, bump up a step at a time and play with all the levers and keep an eye on throttle reasons.
     
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    Actually, I copied this configuration because if set default cpu as standard in the benchmark it crashes. and the temperature reaches 90 degrees then turns off.
    The images below are the default settings.
    For this i needed help to find an optimal configuration in everyday use and also in gaming, in this way i can not play at least i think.
     

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    I'd take a look at your cooling. Are your pads all set properly, is the core making good contact etc.
     
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    As soon as i have two minutes of free time i send you the photos for private message, the thermal pads i have never replaced, I have a copper cpu modified in copper by rockitcoll with liquid metal.
    I'm uploading a video with default values. as soon as it's ready I'll put it here.
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    I would also be interested in buying a suitable heatsink for my model or a possible modification, or an air and water heatsink like this:
    I don't think it's worth spending all this money or am i wrong?
     
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    What do your thermal compound contact patterns look like?
     
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    You think there is a problem on the core?
    ok tomorrow i open and replace the thermal paste, will try with kryonaut thermal grizzly and send you the photos.
    Meanwhile, thank you very much for your availability.
     
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    Remember pict of Heatsink/die/IHS right after you disassembled.
     
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    Yes, pictures rather than interpretation please!
     
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    Sorry for the delay guys, I solved everything by installing i7 8086k
    I checked the thermal pads and they showed no signs of wear.
    I thank everyone for their help. The problemka was the i9 9900k.
     
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