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Try staying under 50C, if you don't want to reduce the life of your CPU (which, AFAIK, is pretty long, so you can go over that if you feel ok with it).
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Ya ive tried that it still dont change.But i have put my hand on the bottom of the heatsink and it seems around 100f(thats not accurate for the core but gives me an idea of the temp).
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according to this here, it's 69,2 C...
EDIT : Just to reassure you, I've been running my CPU at around 60 C for about a year now, and it still works... (not surprising isn't it ) (oh, and it used to be at 70C, before i knew that arctic silver(or AS5) existed)
ANOTHER EDIT : Anyway, John Rogers has made a faq on how to label speedfan's sensors correctly :
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If the temps don't change when you stop the CPU fan, there is something wrong with your temp sensors... so you'll need to be very careful when overclocking, or buy a temperature sensor or something, or RMA your mobo.
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