ASUS Prime X299 Edition 30 Review

VRM Temperatures

ASUS Prime X299 Edition 30 Review

VRM Temperatures

Naturally when you have this many cores available and running as hard and fast as we've got them here, the VRMs will take a battering. Thus we always want to see how good the cooling abilities of the heat sink design are. The Prime 30 is decent, keeping everything below 80°C, even though it needed a bit more power to reach its overclocking potential.

ASUS Prime X299 Edition 30 VRM Temperatures  

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