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Well, I think your pc should be able to handle it fine. If you really want to be assured try http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/.
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Well, I think your pc should be able to handle it fine. If you really want to be assured try http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/.
Thanks, this is great.
    
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In the meantime I further reduced processor overvoltage (it is still stable). Now at 3.45 GHz it is still around 44°C at idle but at 100% load it is now down to 71°C (from previous 74°C).
Hehe... I just realised I was using and obsolete CoreTemp version (v0.96). I now use the newest v0.99.8 and it shows 4-5°C less - exactly the same as SpeedFan. Now I am down to 66-67°C at full load! :-)
    
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Warning, the max temperature for intel cpu's is around 62 or 63 degrees C. Be careful, around these temperatures the cpu begins to fail
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