The latest Intel 7700 processor, both in its K and regular versions, can suffer from high temperature peaks. Users report that they can occur even only with a slight modification of voltage or cooling.
Users complain in many forums. They report that even with slight modifications, temperatures often jump and even reach dangerous ceilings. Interestingly, such antics did not occur in the previous generation.
How did Intel react to this? Although he received the application three months ago, he does not see it as a problem.
The reported Intel Core 7700K behavior of instantaneous temperature fluctuations during no load is normal during the execution of the task. In our internal investigation, we did not observe any temperature variations beyond what was expected.
The company has a strange approach to the matter, the more that this is definitely not the normal behavior of processors. If there was no such thing in previous versions, it means that something is definitely wrong. Intel should definitely take a closer look at this matter.