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Dang it Shrek, don't do this to me. A 13700K* will go from 20C to 100C, or thermally throttling in an air-conditioned room, in 92 ms. This is equivalent to around 18 million clock cycles for the P-cores, and just shy of 14 million E-core clock cycles at full turbo. Note that this is still less time than it takes you to blink once.
*Assuming pure silicon, a die .5mm thick, PL2, and no heat loss
92 ms is around a tenth of a second, so are we not talking around 300 million clock cycles?
Either way, a tad bigger than 1, so it seems to me we are agreeing.