Is Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 going to melt your CPU? (Some General Cooling Tips From Tez).

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Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 update and Phantom Liberty are going to make full use of your CPU. According to Devs, 90% on 8 cores! Are you worried your CPU and cooling setup might not be prepared or adequate? Please don’t worry, watch this low-key video and chill.

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16 thoughts on “Is Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 going to melt your CPU? (Some General Cooling Tips From Tez).”

  1. I didn't ever notice but in the phantom liberty prono art, V has different cyber arms. They are not gorilla arms or Mantis but the gun is in the expansion. New arms????

  2. Hey, Tez! How is your tooth situation, any new dentistries to do the operation in? Because it is hell to be forced to wait that long. It is weird to me that CDPR hasn't showed the hardware needed to play in 2K, non RT. Since this is a resolution my new rig will be perferctly able to handle. 5800X3D, RX 6900XT and 32GB of RAM, and pretty much gaming dedicated 2TB nvme.

  3. Yeah, the panic over this was pretty amusing. But people do neglect to clean the dust out of their systems. On my i9-13900 system, the CPU temperature basically more than doubles while playing Cyberpunk 2077…from low 30C range under non-gaming loads to over 70C while playing the game. I use TechPowerUp GPU-Z and Core Temp to monitor temperatures..both are lightweight freeware apps. Until I cleared up my own airflow situation, my CPU temp was spiking to 100C [its throttle point] without any actual performance hit, so I feel no need to 'stress test' my system.

  4. Another good tip is to raise your PC above the floor. I have mine on a hi-fi unit so it doesn't attract dust from the floor and no danger of kicking it
    My PC is over 5 years old and I've never changed the thermal paste on it. The CPU cooler is massive!
    I've always went for air cooling. I'd never go for liquid cooling. I'd get paranoid about leaks.
    I've got a techie friend who could fix things if I needed to. He changed the CMOS battery 2 years ago and helped change my graphics card.
    Anyway, can't wait for PH. Looks like my PC is above the min specs for 1080p. It'll be fun seeing how it runs on High settings without RT 😅

  5. 👍👍Good tips!
    I got pretty much that exact blower when I cleaned out my laptop this summer.

    I'm going to have to get one of those temp monitoring programs. Seems like it's still getting hotter than I'd like.

    Just odd because… The fans do help most of the time – And it's a bit random when it decides to get hot.
    Will let you know if I discover anything interesting.

    Also… 6:31! V!


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