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Clevo P751TM with 9900K maximum OC power draw on mobo


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If it's like the 870TM then a fair amount but there are several power limits you have to raise.

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On 12/22/2023 at 6:11 PM, Meaker said:

If it's like the 870TM then a fair amount but there are several power limits you have to raise.

So it can handle like a desktop mobo, 200-250W only cpu?

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In my machine the 9900KS I do run mine heavily undervolted at 4.8Ghz to give the system a reasonable chance.

Sager NP9877

Hybrid Watercooled setup, D5 pump with dual 140MM fans integrated into custom stand. All controlled via temp outputs from GPU and CPU.

17.3" 1440p 120Hz display

9900KS @ 4.7Ghz All core, delid with rockit IHS, liquid metal

RTX 3070 @ 180W shunt mod, liquid metal

3000Mhz DDR4 CL14

1TB SM961 SSD

Dual 330W PSU 

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On 1/2/2024 at 11:00 AM, Csupati said:

So it can handle like a desktop mobo, 200-250W only cpu?

 

I doubt that you will be able to sustain much more than 150 to 160W on a semi-constant basis and with a special heatsink. Maybe up tp 200W with a single run of cinebench but not for very long.

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On 12/20/2023 at 3:42 PM, Csupati said:

Hi. 

Guys, somebody know what is the max power draw on the P751 that a 9900k can make, at what wattage and voltage? Lets say it has the AliExpress water cooler.

 

I am working on my P750 so basically the same and I have the AliExpress cooler, but the air cooler.  I have difficulty keeping 90w cool with a custom fan curve, fans full blast would probably be fine though.  But I think I can do better, but I am shooting for being able to cool ~100w consistently so something like 200w would be too much I think. I currently have a 8700k in it, but have a 9900k I will try eventually too.  But - on the GPU side it does a really good job keeping it cool, I just need to dial in the CPU side contact.

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