Gigabyte's Instant 6 GHz' automatically overclocks the i9-13900K to 6 GHz

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Yeah... do they also tell people about how much more power it needs? How temps rise? That they better not try that under cheap air cooling? Just wondering 😀
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I was here a few days ago and read the same article either deja vu or somebody is deleting and reposting
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fantaskarsef:

Yeah... do they also tell people about how much more power it needs? How temps rise? That they better not try that under cheap air cooling? Just wondering 😀
I'd like to think anyone messing around in the BIOS enough to start changing CPU frequencies would have at least a basic grasp of how overclocking works. Also, who uses "cheap air cooling" and a i9-13900k?
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Stairmand:

I'd like to think anyone messing around in the BIOS enough to start changing CPU frequencies would have at least a basic grasp of how overclocking works. Also, who uses "cheap air cooling" and a i9-13900k?
E.g. parents who have money but no idea what it's all about, buying some pre built as long as "the highest number" is marketed on the box. As for CPU frequencies, you wouldn't believe how many people pushing buttons in BIOS actually do have no idea what they're doing. "But it's so easy, just one button" is exactly what attracts people not having the knowledge to set their OCs properly, that's exactly the point of such a feature.
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fantaskarsef:

Yeah... do they also tell people about how much more power it needs? How temps rise? That they better not try that under cheap air cooling? Just wondering 😀
it already runs at 5.8ghz on a SINGLE core, so 200mhz extra on a single core isn't a lot really...