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temp are a little high on load
TAT workload is the only load that will push the proc to those temps, Orthos will only push TAT temps to 64-66c.
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speedfan,coretemp and everest all give the same temp on mine

at 3.0 i idle at 22-23 with orthos full load 45-46 at 1.33 vcore
I think you have a problem there, I just changed my speedfan option to fahrenheit and my core temps are reading 5-7f BELOW ambient.

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ok that sounds alot better
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post #84 of 86
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ok that sounds alot better
? But the readings are false... or am I missing something?
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Here are my personal opinions.

1.If you have any processor is better than E21x0, it is no way to dump it and get E21x0 especially in E4xxx case.
2.If you want to wait the next big upgrade while you are able to keep things going. The e21x0 is the way to do.
3.It is different between you need a processor with more cache vs. you feel comfortable that you own a processor with more cache. Always go for the comfortable level because you don’t want to regret later.
4.With in E21x0, E2140 is definitely a good start point. Between E2160 and E2180, they have same scale. Most E2160 in current market is L2 and E2180 is M0 which 62c vs. 71c. As far as it comes to OC, you can tell difference if you apply a 60% or 70% rule.

Others feel free to comment.
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