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So who else is getting temp spikes just doing basic tasks? I'm running discord, chrome (youtube,townofsalem) and hwinfo64 and im peaking at 52°C when running cinebench/realbench only gets it to about 47°C lol. I think it only started happening at the creators update, so either chrome is spiking it (maybe because i have hardware acceleration turned off) or no idea.
    
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So who else is getting temp spikes just doing basic tasks? I'm running discord, chrome (youtube,townofsalem) and hwinfo64 and im peaking at 52°C when running cinebench/realbench only gets it to about 47°C lol. I think it only started happening at the creators update, so either chrome is spiking it (maybe because i have hardware acceleration turned off) or no idea.

I recon you've been getting them periodically when you weren't looking since you built your rig. It seems the most momentary of CPU activity when idling gives such temp spikes, yet as you may have notice they go right back down.

I say its windows being devious in the backround.
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I recon you've been getting them periodically when you weren't looking since you built your rig. It seems the most momentary of CPU activity when idling gives such temp spikes, yet as you may have notice they go right back down.

I say its windows being devious in the backround.

Oh i would have noticed, i keep hwinfo running in the background, right now its on and off between 35°C and 45°C every couple seconds, so not sure why. If i let it idling though its perfectly fine, and even in games it will spike but its not caused by the game, max wattage is 49w as well haha.
    
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Oh i would have noticed, i keep hwinfo running in the background, right now its on and off between 35°C and 45°C every couple seconds, so not sure why. If i let it idling though its perfectly fine, and even in games it will spike but its not caused by the game, max wattage is 49w as well haha.

It happens when you blink. Windows is watching you.

I've really decided not to pay it any heed. For me the spikes are the same 10c. I'm also not on creators update so it doesn't have anything to do with that. The more backround stuff you have running, services, stuff in your taskbar, etc, the more likely the spike. I can see HWinfo also causing spikes of its own, as it too uses CPU when it polls.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/25/17 at 6:29pm
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I'm with ya on zero issues. Not even any of those code 8's unless i manually make that happen!

I'm even magically using the 3200mhz ram ratio on 64gb ram. Supposedly thats not supposed to happen. my number of board issues are like in the negative amounts. Not even any random post errors on reboot or full power down.

I bet you properly grounded yourself before you started assembling your PC. I did too.

Note: Better start knocking on wood now.

what settings are you using for 64GB on 3200? i have 32GB i would like to run at 3200
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It happens when you blink. Windows is watching you.

I've really decided not to pay it any heed. For me the spikes are the same 10c. I'm also not on creators update so it doesn't have anything to do with that. The more backround stuff you have running, services, stuff in your taskbar, etc, the more likely the spike. I can see HWinfo also causing spikes of its own, as it too uses CPU when it polls.

Yea true but at idle it causes no spikes for me at all and its all i have running so i can rule that out. Could be discord spiking with Windows audio device graph isolation
    
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So who else is getting temp spikes just doing basic tasks? I'm running discord, chrome (youtube,townofsalem) and hwinfo64 and im peaking at 52°C when running cinebench/realbench only gets it to about 47°C lol. I think it only started happening at the creators update, so either chrome is spiking it (maybe because i have hardware acceleration turned off) or no idea.
if you have XFR enabled, then its most likely caused by it. the constant fluctuation between idle to any load causes the frequency to go from downclocked straight to the max XFR speed for your processor, which consequently means going from like 0.900v's straight to 1.45 - 1.5v's. those voltage spikes helps cause the sudden surge in temps.

you won't notice this with a constant load, like gaming. your voltage will also be averaging less as well since its not spiking as much. while more light workloads, like doing things that cause you to go from a relativity idle state, to any load, even a light load, will cause the spikes. such as running firefox, foobar2000, and steam, and cycling through them, will cause a frequent spikes and a high average voltage, not just peak. such as 1.4v's average for over an hour if you're doing a lot of idle - any load type workloads. all thanks to XFR.

the behavior of XFR from what i've noticed from reading around appears to be altered by which motherboard you are using. i know one guy here, and a few i talked to on reddit with gigabyte boards which have less high temp spiking, frequency spikes, and voltage spikes compared to the crosshair. well, not necessary spikes as more aggressiveness.
Edited by orlfman - 4/25/17 at 7:55pm
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Funny thing, i thought readings for wrong, but yesterday i saw same happening to me.
Im running 4Ghz with Pstates, and suddenly i saw 4.1Ghz on all cores as maximum value in HWiNFO rolleyes.gif

Something like SUPER XFR on all cores tongue.gif
Make sure that Core Performance Boost is disabled in the UEFI. My system did the same before I disabled it. It's also responsible for the ridiculous auto vcore settings when at stock (from what I have observed)

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Make sure that Core Performance Boost is disabled in the UEFI. My system did the same before I disabled it. It's also responsible for the ridiculous auto vcore settings when at stock (from what I have observed)

How to do you save the Bios page?
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How to do you save the Bios page?

Plug in a USB drive and hit F12
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