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at least 8 hours of prime95, then you could say it's stable.
Even this is often not enough.
Just as an example - an OC I was working on a week or so back was 3.9ghz 9hr prime95 stable. I bsod 124'd while playing minecraft an hour later.
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Back.

If you put a layer on both you probably have not only to much of it but also have created air bubbles which kill performance. Re-seat your venx this time only applying a grain of rice sized dab on the CPU before tightening the venx down to it. See if your temps improve at all.

You really be getting better results.
     
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reseating it probably isn't a option for awhile. I just did what thermalright said in am3 intructions. There is more then the stock had.
The fans are running off mainboard 3pin connectors. How do i control the airflow?
I don't think the 133cfm one is working as hard as it could be? Shouldn't it sound like a vaccume almost?
Its also summer here so case temp is 40C and outside temp is 30-40.
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reseating it probably isn't a option for awhile. I just did what thermalright said in am3 intructions. There is more then the stock had.
The fans are running off mainboard 3pin connectors. How do i control the airflow?
I don't think the 133cfm one is working as hard as it could be? Shouldn't it sound like a vaccume almost?
Its also summer here so case temp is 40C and outside temp is 30-40.
more thermal paste than the stock heatsink had? you definitely put too much on, then. you'll have to reseat it and clean the excess off.

there should be a fan control function in your bios.
    
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There is nothing in the bios to control fans but toggling smart.
such a fail bios gigabyte has.
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'more' thermal paste is actually a bad thing. It's only supposed to fill void, not be an actual layer between Tue two. If the two surfaces were truly flat you wouldnt even want any on there.
     
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