He already said that he did all that to keep the CPU from shutting down all the time, so that's what would happen, anytime it would go above 100-105° it would shut down instead.Would have been nice to see what happens at stock config first. How well does the normal protections work?
"...it was impossible to run the Core i5-11400 at stock... The author had to modify the processor's operating parameters to prevent it from going into an emergency shutdown."Would have been nice to see what happens at stock config first. How well does the normal protections work?
Except unlike a 3080, the 11400 is readily available from some retailers for around its suggested asking price. And its a relatively budget, lower-mid-range processor that can be bought for less than $200, not a high-end GPU that's currently been marked up to over $2000. So, not really at all similar in that sense. : P...That's akin to taking a 3080 and cutting it in half, just to see how many layers are in the pcb.