Originally Posted by vwgti
Wrong if you check the thread taidinh linked to its mine, and I have a picture of in bios, which sits at 33c, but in windows with coretemp at idle im at 37c, the other pic on that thread. So I would assume that bios gives close to idle temps.
Your conclusion isn't very accurate because the readings from the BIOS are on the chip and Core Temp measures from the core itself so the readings will be higher.
There is a load while in BIOS while the exact amount I am unsure of. 70%-80% is a safe assumption.
Originally Posted by Unknownm
thank you rep+
for Legend... I'm not sure still, I mean unless someone made a video or something lol
You can do it yourself as well. I'm not going to make a video to prove something so trivial. All you have to do is record the temp of your CPU while in the BIOS and compare the relative CPU once temperatures hit around the same.
You'll then have your answer.