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Yes, I'm really happy with idle temp 30c - 35c

So, now should I keep C3 Report and C6 Report Enabled ?
and last one keep it on C6 "non Retention" ?

and last thing, for power plan should I go back "Balanced" or keep it on "High Performance" ?

Id would just use the C stats the way you have them now and put windows power plan on High performance. 

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Yes, I'm really happy with idle temp 30c - 35c

So, now should I keep C3 Report and C6 Report Enabled ?
and last one keep it on C6 "non Retention" ?

and last thing, for power plan should I go back "Balanced" or keep it on "High Performance" ?

Better to keep C3 and C6 report enabled and about C6 I don't know you would have to test non-Retention and retention and see if it makes any difference. I would choose the setting that gets the temperature lower.

And for power plan definitely keep it on balanced (clock speed will go full speed anyway on load), high performance does not give any performance boost at all, been tested through by benchmarks. Only helps with SSD benchmarking.
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Better to keep C3 and C6 report enabled and about C6 I don't know you would have to test non-Retention and retention and see if it makes any difference. I would choose the setting that gets the temperature lower.

And for power plan definitely keep it on balanced (clock speed will go full speed anyway on load), high performance does not give any performance boost at all, been tested through by benchmarks. Only helps with SSD benchmarking.
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Id would just use the C stats the way you have them now and put windows power plan on High performance. 

Okay, I think everything is going very well now and I'm happy with this result. Core, Cache Ratio, Voltages and Temps all looks good.

I really appreciate your help and fast replies, you really help me too much and also you explain to me what is every option mean, you are too kind.
Thank you too much, you are the best guys.

Wish you all the best
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Okay, I think everything is going very well now and I'm happy with this result. Core, Cache Ratio, Voltages and Temps all looks good.

I really appreciate your help and fast replies, you really help me too much and also you explain to me what is every option mean, you are too kind.
Thank you too much, you are the best guys.

Wish you all the best

Np bro, just glad you got everything working to your liking.  Good luck and have fun. 

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