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Hey, this is just a secondary question for anyone that comes across this thread. I ran a sensor test through RealTemp and Prime95 and my second core from the left is always running hotter in all scenarios. I have OCD (literally) so it's hard for me to ignore it and I just wanna know what people think about that. Thanks!



By the way, I've finally just accepted that my voltage is going to be what it is and there's nothing I can do about it (until someone creates an unlocked BIOS I can flash wink.gif).
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on my laptop, one of them always runs hotter, same with my desktop. I Never found out why but it never is a problem.
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Hey, this is just a secondary question for anyone that comes across this thread. I ran a sensor test through RealTemp and Prime95 and my second core from the left is always running hotter in all scenarios. I have OCD (literally) so it's hard for me to ignore it and I just wanna know what people think about that. Thanks!
By the way, I've finally just accepted that my voltage is going to be what it is and there's nothing I can do about it (until someone creates an unlocked BIOS I can flash wink.gif).

Same with me, one core is always 2-4 celsius hotter, don't worry. But one thing you could try is to reseat your CPU heatsink and the hotter core will probably be closer to the other cores. biggrin.gif
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