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I have E6750 and it was overclocked but to figure out
if the temps are high or not, I reset my BIOS
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So everything's stock right now.

Take a look at the screenshot and tell me if
the temps are high. Usually with stock setting, most cpu's
seem to hit under 30 with an aftermarket coolers (some even smaller than mine with a 65nm conroe oced!)


I applied AC MX-2 then installed OCZ Vendetta 2.
I've set it up the cooler this way :

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Ya it seems a little high. My old Thermaltake Big Typhoon idled at ~26C, while my TRUE120 idled ~24C, both lapped btw. What is your load temps looking like though? Thats what matters most....
 

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Really?
I had mine at 3.68ghz 1.4625v and it idled at ..
I'm pretty sure on 40 something.. and full loaded around 60 or under..
My idle temps seem high.. strange..
Anyone know why??

I've already re installed my cooler twice to make sure things are tight and all
but no difference..
 

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I guess it's just my CPU, cus when I set it to 1.45v
it won't pass 2 hour of prime.
Right now 3.2ghz 1.2625v my temps are 35~38.
I primed for a few seconds and waited it's at about 45~48.
Pretty sure it won't go over 50 or if it does it will stay under 55 for sure.
 

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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
I don't know that..
I have it at SILENT setting with Asus Probe.
So it's around 800~850 RPM
I like it quite.. and when I disable everything
it runs around at 14000RPM but there are only few
degrees of temp difference in full load and since most of the time
my cpu never works full load for like hours I decided to just
keep it SILENT.
 
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