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Next time you have to re-position those cpuz windows a little better!

I'm running a E6700 at 3.3 GHz. at 1.45 volts with a Artic Freezer 7 Pro, and temps are around 40c idle, and high 50's under load.

That is about the highest I am going to run with air, temps just get to high for my liking. I am going to wait for water before I go any further.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ThaWaxShop
Hmm how come everyone elses CPUZ displays voltage? Mine stays at like 1.2
in bios you have some options,like thermal option 1 and 2, and below another few options

the voltage to cpu goes up and down in function of your usage, you can disable the EIST function and then your voltage will stay the same whatever is your cpu/video usage
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post #13 of 14
If you wish to see your CPU at 80% Load just go into the BIOS and check the temp as that represents 80% Load
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Originally Posted by Hilfiger
in bios you have some options,like thermal option 1 and 2, and below another few options

the voltage to cpu goes up and down in function of your usage, you can disable the EIST function and then your voltage will stay the same whatever is your cpu/video usage
EIST and C1E are disabled
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