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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

Still.. his CPU's a flat line at zero, so I don't see how that would affect things. Unless his computer is so poorly ventilated that an increase in RAM temperatures affects his CPU (which i doubt is the case)
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Still.. his CPU's a flat line at zero, so I don't see how that would affect things. Unless his computer is so poorly ventilated that an increase in RAM temperatures affects his CPU (which i doubt is the case)

I wasn't stating that the software was raising the temp, just clarifying what the software does cheers.gif.
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Hey guys. C-state? What is that? I've never heard of that before so I probably never fiddled around with it in the first place. Also I overclocked my cpu using the auto overclocking from the bios, and thats not a problem with my heat issue because when i bring it down to normal settings (3.2), the temps stay exactly the same. I'm running out of options so I'm thinking of doing exactly what the two people from my 1ST POST did and wipe out my HDD. I was hoping i can get an explaination as to why wiping your old HDD will bring down temps. That's just too funny.
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Hey guys. C-state? What is that? I've never heard of that before so I probably never fiddled around with it in the first place. Also I overclocked my cpu using the auto overclocking from the bios, and thats not a problem with my heat issue because when i bring it down to normal settings (3.2), the temps stay exactly the same. I'm running out of options so I'm thinking of doing exactly what the two people from my 1ST POST did and wipe out my HDD. I was hoping i can get an explaination as to why wiping your old HDD will bring down temps. That's just too funny.

Something is wrong. If you turn down voltage and Temps don't drop there something else wrong.
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I might be wrong or hallucinating, but I think my performance in gaming has gone down slightly as well.
post #26 of 37
Correct me if I'm wrong, voltage at 1.4 equals 34c at idle. Stock voltage and stock speeds cannot equal same temp at idle. Voltage equates to temp. Lower voltage cannot have same Temps. Something else is going on or it didn't save bios settings.
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Correct me if I'm wrong, voltage at 1.4 equals 34c at idle. Stock voltage and stock speeds cannot equal same temp at idle. Voltage equates to temp. Lower voltage cannot have same Temps. Something else is going on or it didn't save bios settings.

I'm not sure if you are talking to me. But I used to get 28 degrees Celcius during idle with this exact setup.
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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.

You are at full speed and voltage 24/7 from the looks of that pic, which adds like 5-10c to load temps (sometimes more)

need cpu idle states fixed if they are broken somehow
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You are at full speed and voltage 24/7 from the looks of that pic, which adds like 5-10c to load temps (sometimes more)

need cpu idle states fixed if they are broken somehow

So my CPU is doing work even when idle? What setting is this related to? I know it's not cool and quiet because ive tried enabling and disabling it, and their the same. What settings should I fiddle with?
post #30 of 37
c-states, cool and quiet, triple check your power plans in windows (should be balanced plan, set to like 10% min cpu state, 100% max) AND IN ANY SSD SOFTWARE
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