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Old 12-19-2016
Kashtan Kashtan is offline
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Default LinX Linpack heat dissipation

I understand that this test - the toughest.
With high voltage on the CPU, which will inevitably during OC - a lot of heat is generated. More than other tests.
But how much?
Interested to Skylake 6700K, 6600K, and for the future Kaby.
I found this graph.

This power consumption of the entire system. I think these figures should be divided by 80 percent to get the heat dissipation of the processor.

4600 1.36 - 184 w
4600 1.38 - 191-193 w
4600 1.40 - 200 w
4700 1.44 - 211 w
4700 1,48 - 228 w
4800 1.56 - 254-264 w
I am wondering how much heat will allocate Skylake, at much higher voltages and frequencies, up to 1.9V.
I need this information to calculate the 1-stage DD or cascade.
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