New Desktop Build for 2023 - CPU Choice?

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    itsme1 said:
    OK, that's good.

    The pl2 4095 watts, as soon as you know that this option can be changed alone, it is to be put at 253w. So you have a TAU that can exceed 253w, it's in seconds but it can reach/exceed 60 seconds. On an Intel processor with the "no power limit" setting I had seen it had reached 350w, 100w more. You can override the 85 safe temperature when you know that 100 is a 24/7 operating temperature and the bios options match the processor.
    I know for newer ryzen, from amd's words, max temp, is 24/7 working temp. If so, the max temperature may already be a temperature with a safety margin.

    I will probably buy a noctua cpu cooler for their compatibility list. I saw that their cooler was sold with an adapter to reduce the rpm and cfm of the fans. I don't know about you but I'm not going to use the adapter, there is no miracle for high tdp the fans must be at or near their maximum, reduced by the motherboard if it's a little too loud . That said for now I'm on an i5 13600k because I don't want a 2 tower cpu cooler, the tdp of 181w is good for the noctua nh-u12a.
    My Noctua NH-D14 fan is inside a well insulated case and not too noisy even at full rpm.
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  2. Posts : 1,116
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    ok, you're quiet then.
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  3. Posts : 173
    Windows 11 Pro 23H2 (Build 22631.3447)

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