Originally Posted by dannyyboii
I think it is a problem with the sensor. I had my 3.6 @ 1.55v with idle temps of high 40s-50[reaching] and load temps were high 50s-60[reaching].
Joeking78, what does it mean when you say after droop for the vcore/
Chozart, what you think I should do?
Currently, I'm @ 3.0 @ 1.35v. Is it susceptible that there is a problem with the mounting of my Tuniq if I get high 40s - 50 for idle temp @ 3.6 @ 1.55v?
I don't think it is a sensor problem.
I live in the south of england (pretty cold right now), in a coldish room.
I have an Akasa Eclipse case, renkowned for its cooling finesse, two 120mm intakes (one directly above the cpu) and a 120mm exhaust.
I also took a lot of time fitting the Tuniq Tower, making sure to get it spot on.
My load and idle temps might look exceptional but I probably have been lucky with the chip also.
Droop is a drop in selected v-core due to resistance and such.
Say you select 1.45v in bios. You go to the Power Management page in bios and it shows you at 1.38, so does CPU-z, and most other programs.
You can solve V-Droop with a mod but I daren't!