Originally Posted by LearnIIBurn
I never knew TJMax was so close to me, let alone still in business.
lol,every thread i have come across has this comment :P
Originally Posted by railfan844
No. I meant heat protection as in shutting off when it gets too hot. Obviously it probably wouldn't be smart to let it run just below that shutoff point for an extended period of time.
If you hit 80 with no OC, you should re-seat your cooler.
reseated,i think one of my pins isnt providing enough support.
anyways the cores go to 65c max while playing bf3 and working on maya and video encoding.so until i get my hyper212+ this xmass,i will have to live with it :)
btw i reduced the vcore by 0.12.stablity checked.
Originally Posted by F0RWARD
That can't be doing your CPU any good no matter how you look at it.
did what i could do to get the temps down :)
Originally Posted by u3b3rg33k
80C is hotter than we'd like, but probably not so hot as cause undue degradation. I'd certainly be unhappy with that temp though.
i know,got it down to 75 on prime and 65c on heavy applications.
reduced the vcore by 0.12