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TenSteel

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Nov 11, 2001
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went up to 1.38v now middle LLC...not wheas. But all-core load droops to 1.31v now which is still quite high. Thermally not able to handle even with a 360. Maybe I should abandon my existing quad core turbo.

I notice I get instability in some games that are clearly console ports, they will ping me to 5.3ghz sometimes, which i've set to 4 active cores. I don't need nearly this much voltage for stable 5.1 all-core.
You could also try a turbo ratio offset instead of an all core.

Again, the 11 series is kind of a different beast IME.
 
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TenSteel

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Should I buy? Seems like a great price.
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What is it?
 
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the_antsy_honda

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Dec 17, 2001
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You could also try a turbo ratio offset instead of an all core.

Again, the 11 series is kind of a different beast IME.
I'm just gonna pump up voltage and ride it until I upgrade in a few months.

Not sure what I'll do with this because my wife refuses an upgrade from her 9900k for now, kids don't need it.
 
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Over the Rainbow
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cask: Emacs dependency management
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maven: Java-based project management
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Lightweight mice are the reason kids are WEAK now.
I'm currently in the market for a thin and small bluetooth mouse for my laptop but with a scroll will and side forward/back buttons. I can find thin but not thin with dedicated back/forward buttons.
 

XxOoLVoOxX

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May 30, 2021
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you might have to use setpoint to change it, but my old logitech MMO mouse used the scroll wheel left/right as the back forth function:
Oh, duh. Yeah, I know what you are talking about now. I haven't used a mouth that you could press the center scroll wheel left or right to do anything in a long time. I've got to go back through my amazon searches and see if any of those thin mouses with scroll wheels have that feature.
 

XxOoLVoOxX

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MX Master 3
I have an MX Master 3 I'm using right at this momement and the center scroll wheel does nothing when pressing left or right. It makes a little click when pressed to the right but that's just a quirk and has no option to perform any action.
 

Scoob_13

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Oct 5, 2001
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Jew Space Laser Control Center
I have an MX Master 3 I'm using right at this momement and the center scroll wheel does nothing when pressing left or right. It makes a little click when pressed to the right but that's just a quirk and has no option to perform any action.
Use the thumb side wheel to scroll right/left.
Use the thumb back/forward buttons to do back/forward things.

I don't see why this is difficult?
 
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