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RE: Overclocking the Raspberry Pi 4 to 2.147GHz!

in STEMGeeks10 days ago

I do have a question: would additional ambient humidity effect how well you can overclock the machine? (I live on the gulf coast and somtimes the humidity cant be accurately controlled).

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Humidity would more likely damage components more then anything (rust etc). But would need a lot for a long time.

Heat is the largest factor in how well you can over lock anything.

A i was just worried that it would make it easier or harder to remove heat from the components. leading to unstable usage.

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