Originally Posted by newraze
But as you can see that is only when the cpu is 100% used up which is very rare (& I mean very rare) or unless I'm stress testing which I'm not stress testing right now so it's at 51C. Which it's natural for the cpu to heat up that much when stress testing right? I mean your pushing the cpu to it's very limits when stress testing so it makes sense it would heat up that much.
Looks like your socket temp is 51C. If your saying that the highlighted one gets to 85C when stressing thats your socket temp. You would need a fan on the back side of the motherboard or or a fan blowing directly onto the socket.
Looks like your cpu temps are at only 53C but can you stress with prime for like 5mins and then take another screen?
I ran IBT burn for 5 rounds and these are my max temps
your cpu looks like its sitting at 47C that doesn't give you much room to work with if your going to stress test your system for stability. If you run prime95 for 24 hours you will probably fail it due to high temps. This is probably why when gaming your pc shuts off to protect itself.