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If you guys need anymore info i will post ASAP. I have dusted my pc very well with a compressed can of air.
Edited by gOerila - 4/8/14 at 11:04pm
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I bet you that you bumped the heatsink and it's loose. Did you check that?
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wow that is one huge image file

 anny ways it seems it might be siting at a high load is the system overclocked at all? if so is cool and quite turned on?  cos its sitting there at 1.48 witch is kinda high i think

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sorry ,i am not AMD specialist but that cpu is 0% in use but it has 1,4v and 3,6mhz ,does AMD has some kind of c-states or turbo that you can disable and enable.I think you should ask this question at AMD section.
By the way that is great temp for that voltage.If only Intel could handle like that.
Edited by Unit Igor - 4/9/14 at 1:03am
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Chipp can you move the thread
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sorry ,i am not AMD specialist but that cpu is 0% in use but it has 1,4v and 3,6mhz ,does AMD has some kind of c-states or turbo that you can disable and enable.I think you should ask this question at AMD section.
By the way that is great temp for that voltage.If only Intel could handle like that.

It's a 45 nm chip.

the latest intels are 22 nm.

So ofc his chip uses a higher voltage.
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Isn't there some specialist software that comes with the EVO drives to boost performance? Could be responsible for the extra load/temps.
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Isn't there some specialist software that comes with the EVO drives to boost performance? Could be responsible for the extra load/temps.

No, because his CPU's a flat line @ 0%.

I don't know what that software does, but it's not using his CPU.

Btw, why the hell does your thing show the CPU using 100+ watts of power at idle? That can't be right.
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No, because his CPU's a flat line @ 0%.

I don't know what that software does, but it's not using his CPU.

Btw, why the hell does your thing show the CPU using 100+ watts of power at idle? That can't be right.

Looking at the Samsung website the 'Rapid' software uses spare RAM as a RAM Drive to speed up transfer speeds.

http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/us/html/about/SSD840EVO.html
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@robbo2 have you got any clues now this issue
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