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Old as it may be, but at 7 MHz it does not even get warm. Passive cooling, just some conductive paste and a heat sink, will be all. Somewhere along the way the internal timing will break down, long before heat really becomes a problem. Carefully raising the core voltage will be more important to keep heat in check. For even having a separate core voltage the poor misunderstood thing was seen as an anachronism back then. The truth is that it was not outdated. It was far ahead of its time.
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