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Oh... Nvm then

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  • 3
    Just your shitty computer failing to cool the CPU properly.
  • 6
    @kamen I dont have a shitty computer...

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    I have a shitty laptop.
  • 5
    So a laptop is not a computer? I learn something new everyday... /s
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    @kamen It is a computer.
    Just...
    Worse.
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    @kamen I used to have a lightning fast Linux setup carefully tuned so there's nothing I wouldn't use, but I had to switch to windows because we were working on a dotnet project. Startup takes five minutes, visual studio another five. When I pointed this out, I was told my computer is shitty. No, it's not. It can run unity editor. It can't, however, run a whole lot of bloat that I never use. And it doesn't like being called shitty when developers are to blame.
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    @Lor-inc Doesnt Unity fall under .NET? (Mostly because of the C# compiler)
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    @WIPocket Yes but it runs on mono, while asp.net doesn't.
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    @kamen not true at all it will use a ton of your CPU and get to thermal limit regardless of your cooler. I run a custon liquid cooling loop and it still gets beyond the temps I reach when playing games like just cause on ultra or cracking hundreds of password hashes.
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    @n3xus Maybe something is not right. Maybe some of the software you're using is using AVX instructions, which tend to generate more heat than usual. Still, that should be taking into consideration when building the loop and overclocking. I'm using an i7-5820K set to 4.2 GHz, air cooled, and it's well within the thermal limits even under full load on all threads.
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