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48*c oc'ed vs 53*c stock????

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ok im not comapring the 2 asking which is better! im saying wth happened to my cpu?! i took out my fan controller that had a temp thingy on the die (didnt know that till recently) but according to everest before i got 48*c oced and now i get 53*c at stock?!!! wth?!

is everest wrong? what the heck is up with my temp?
heres my proc: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103560
    
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Not sure about your CPU, but I know I had a 7800 GTX, and stock, it got up to 76 under load. When I OCed it, however, it only got up to 71 under load.
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umm the temps comparison between vid cards and cpu is like comparing whit e to black? the v card can go so much hotter than the cpu
    
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Not sure about your CPU, but I know I had a 7800 GTX, and stock, it got up to 76 under load. When I OCed it, however, it only got up to 71 under load.
Even though they are like black and white, what he said has relivance to your topic. Even though video cards do get hotter then, the overall concept of his opinion is on key.
    
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when u say stock u mean idle of full load? or u ment stock settings? well if thats stock settings its way too high for idle. what u may wanna do is pull out the heatsink reapply thermal grease or as5 then resit the heatsink again. i trust everest its pretty reliable. if u want a more reliable temp reboot ur pc and enter bios from there check ur temps.
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clean out the dust inside the fins of your heatsink....other than that, I would reinstall your cooler again..
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