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post #31 of 37
Are your MAX LOAD temps the same as before?

If so then just forget about it and move on.

Having your CPU idle in the 30s isn't going to damage it.
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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

You sir has helped me. It was the windows power plans which was set to samsung high performance. I set it to balanced like you said and my idle temps were down to 31 degrees. It's still 3 degrees higher but I think i can solve this on my own. Thank you. Everyone else thanks for your time. cheers
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Ah so it was attributed to the Samsung Rapid software by the sounds of it.
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Ah so it was attributed to the Samsung Rapid software by the sounds of it.


No, It was due to Samsung Magician. Rapid is simply a feature of Samsung magician. :)

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It was because samsung magician changed my power plans.
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