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How are these temps?

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I have been running prime95 for only 2 hours now, how are these temps?. They have been steady like this for almost 2 hours...



Using the V6GT, I would hit 100*c with stock cooler, but how are these temps? Anything to be worried about?
post #2 of 8
those temps are just fine, although you don't have too much headroom for overclocking.
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Good! no problems there. Except if you plan on overclocking. Intel posts on their website the recommended max temp. I believe it's about 72C to 75C is the recommended max. i hope you didnt run it for very long at 100C with the stock cooler.
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I dont know what to do different to get my temps down, Im using the stock thermal grease that come with the V6GT, I bought some "CM High Performance" silicone based thermal paste but have been reading online that it would be better than the other types of thermal paste.. so what could I do to decrease temps a little so I have room to OC?
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The core temp isnt that important, its the other cpu temp that is. My amd is not supposed to go above 62c on the cpu but for the core temps to go above that is fine.
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post #6 of 8
These temps look decent (assuming you're not undervolting your CPU). I think you'll hit 4.0 without much trouble.
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I haven't messed with any settings at all on this chip, I don't want to **** anything up while trying to overclock lol
post #8 of 8
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the thermal paste I put on was what had come with the cpu cooler, it was thicker than I remember the first time I put it on, should I remove it and put some cm high performance thermal grease on it? its white siliconed based, would I see better temps than the thick grease the I put on it?
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