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heatsinks and a blower!
mine wont boot at 2.2 and is extremely unstable at 2.1. 2.0 is stable but wont cpuburn without freaking out. i run at 2.0, doesnt seem to effect my daily use.graphicw wrote: ↑Sat Sep 14, 2019 5:47 amI kind of figured it did not actually do 2.5 GHz. RPI happily chugs along up to 2 GHz with proper cooling. I run mine at 1.8 GHz because I shoot for an overclock that does not throttle with CPU Burn and my current cooling solutions in use. Once I have to bump over voltage to 4 or 6, the CPU still reaches throttle temp after a few minutes of running CPU Burn. This is with fan and heatsink. I get up to 1.8 GHz CPU and GPU of 600 MHz with over voltage set to only 2. That allows me stay under 70 C even in CPU Burn running for hours. I find CPU Burn to be the best tool around. You will never run that hard of a workload in a real world situation unless you are going NEON hardcore.