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post #11 of 15
can u turn it up a little in the bios?
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post #12 of 15
humm....if your idle its going to stay at that temp. use cpuburn and then check what the temp are after 30 minutes. its not the same when your at 100%.
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Originally Posted by DFA
humm....if your idle its going to stay at that temp. use cpuburn and then check what the temp are after 30 minutes. its not the same when your at 100%.
Yeah, your idle temps realy dont mean anything, your load temps are what counts, try to keep the load temp bellow 55c.
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post #14 of 15
Same thing happend to me, I was idling at about 30c until i hit 3.0ghz. From 2.4 to 3.0 the temperatures were the same. Thats a good thing!
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post #15 of 15
Like pbasil said that's kinda normal. Just raising speed may not affect temps much at all, even under load. I've noticed that too. But the vcore is what will make your temps rise for sure, and alot. But don't raise your vcore unless you need to for stability, I mean don't do it just for no reason. And once your stable, find the lowest vcore that you can to remain stable. The cooler the better. Sometimes too, a little too much vcore can ruin your oc, because the temps go up and make the cpu less stable. So more vcore isn't always necessarily helpful. Sometimes all it does it make you run hotter and less stable as a result.
    
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