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droping my Cpu vcore from 1.39 to 1.375 droped my temp of about 5c used to be at 65 durring occt run now sits on 60 .

didint think a small decrease in vcore would do that much.
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This is a pointless thread. Now I have posted no one will have to look at it for any longer it the unanswered section


Mod please delete this thread
 
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droping my Cpu vcore from 1.39 to 1.375 droped my temp of about 5c used to be at 65 durring occt run now sits on 60 .
didint think a small decrease in vcore would do that much.

It does indeed, temps and voltage are not linear. Especially when your voltage gets past the 1.4v threshold. And increase in .03 can increase temps dramatically!

This is the reason why many think, "if I get a better cooler I'll be able to take this chip much further." Yet they are soon to find out that even with that new cooler, temps are getting exponentially higher (as are the voltage needs of the CPU) as you increase the vcore.
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This is a pointless thread. Now I have posted no one will have to look at it for any longer it the unanswered section
Mod please delete this thread

It's not pointless at all.
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This is a pointless thread. Now I have posted no one will have to look at it for any longer it the unanswered section
Mod please delete this thread

Thanks for trolling by...



so what temp should i be more looking into TMPIN1 or cores ?

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Thanks for trolling by...326

It doesn't ask a question, there aren't any answers to anything useful in the responses and it is a well known fact. Therefore I maintain it is pointless but if you found it useful then congratulations.
 
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wow ... lol didint know i was playing jeopardy next time il answer in a form of a question.
i just wanted to talk about vcore and other users experience.
might be a solid fact to you but to some first time builder its a less known fact.

if its so pointless to you how bout you stop waisting your time on this tread .
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