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ahhh, so you have zero humor.
I now understand where other people are coming from.

smartguy - please explain to us n00bs how software can raise temps of a CPU, without increasing workload. i'll wait why you figure it out

Plenty of humor don't worry. About you explain to me how 58w load can cause cpu temps to be HIGHER then a 130w load. I'll wait.
    
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smartguy - please explain to us n00bs how software can raise temps of a CPU, without increasing workload. i'll wait why you figure it out

Well, it definitely would spike power draw, but that doesn't imply that the CPU utilization has increased.
Some instructions draw more power than others.
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I switch from Firefox to Chrome now and then. Sometimes Firefox becomes unstable or slows down and i switch to Chrome and sometimes i have problems with Chrome i switch to Firefox.

Chrome is faster though because its 64-bit. I tried Edge once, didn't like it and went back to Chrome which is working pretty good for now.

Try this, https://www.waterfoxproject.org/

64 Bit FireFox.

Also 64bit doesn't necessarily mean its faster, just means that the app can use more 4GB of RAM.
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Plenty of humor don't worry. About you explain to me how 58w load can cause cpu temps to be HIGHER then a 130w load. I'll wait.

The monitoring tool isn't reading the load correctly? Laws of physics simply state that you cannot generate heat without drawing more power.
If you want an accurate reading, use a KillAWatt.
Edited by rt123 - 4/27/17 at 6:46am
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Well, it definitely would spike power draw, but that doesn't imply that the CPU utilization has increased.
Some instructions draw more power than others.

And my powerdraw is LESS when the temps spike then when it doesnt' Edge doesnt go past 35°C doing the same youtube vid, Chrome will spike from 40-50°C doing the same identical video. According to him Chrome is spiking 100% of all my cores all the time.
    
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Well, it definitely would spike power draw, but that doesn't imply that the CPU utilization has increased.
Some instructions draw more power than others.

And my powerdraw is LESS when the temps spike then when it doesnt' Edge doesnt go past 35°C doing the same youtube vid, Chrome will spike from 40-50°C doing the same identical video. According to him Chrome is spiking 100% of all my cores all the time.

please, stop putting words into other peoples mouths.
it makes you look like an idiot. (which I assume you are not, for now)

according to me, Chrome is working the processor in some heat producing work MORE than edge. and at a rate/method that is not measured by HWiNFO.

the temp goes up - more work is done - heat increases; you can prove it happens every time. it's a repeatable test;
why must you argue to prove you're "right"?
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Well, it definitely would spike power draw, but that doesn't imply that the CPU utilization has increased.
Some instructions draw more power than others.

And my powerdraw is LESS when the temps spike then when it doesnt' Edge doesnt go past 35°C doing the same youtube vid, Chrome will spike from 40-50°C doing the same identical video. According to him Chrome is spiking 100% of all my cores all the time.

Maybe edge uses more of the GPU than Chrome, you know HW acceleration.
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And my powerdraw is LESS when the temps spike then when it doesnt' Edge doesnt go past 35°C doing the same youtube vid, Chrome will spike from 40-50°C doing the same identical video. According to him Chrome is spiking 100% of all my cores all the time.

How are you measuring power draw?
Also what cooling are you using and how do you have it setup in software?
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Laws of physics don't change. So either the CPU temps are being read incorrectly or the load is being read incorrectly. Either way, Software issue.

End of Story.
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Laws of physics don't change. So either the CPU temps are being read incorrectly or the load is being read incorrectly. Either way, Software issue.

End of Story.


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