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that's seem high for stock clocks for sure
do you now your ambient temps?

No. How would I figure them out?
 

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well i dont think my thermostat is accurate. im guessing its probably 73-77f in here. lol. you telling me overclockers just use their household thermostat to get their ambient temps?
 

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well i dont think my thermostat is accurate. im guessing its probably 73-77f in here. lol. you telling me overclockers just use their household thermostat to get their ambient temps?

I have a little digital clock that I just have displaying the ambient in the room haha
 

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Just overclock it and see if the temps get better
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Just kidding, but yeah, sounds like too much TIM or a improper seat of HSF. I'd suggest taking it off, cleaning it, and reapplying just a THIN line of TIM and reseating your cooler brahbrah.
 

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Well one thing I just noticed was I had Asus's TPU and EPU switches on the mobo turned on. I think my cpu may have been running at 4.4ghz. But only sometimes? I cant tell what the thing is running at as cpuz shows the core speed as constantly fluctuating. Core voltage also fluctuates. Is this normal?
 

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Ok, I turned the tpu and epu off. Looked around about fluctuating core clocks, it appears it might be load-line calibration. So when I run prime95 voltage and clock now hover around 1.168v and 3.512g. Now highest core temp is 55. But I havent run prime95 for long. How long does prime have to run before temps max out?
 

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Give it 10-30 mins
 

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well i dont think my thermostat is accurate. im guessing its probably 73-77f in here. lol. you telling me overclockers just use their household thermostat to get their ambient temps?
Put a cheap digital cooking thermometer on the desk and let it register.
 

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I have a little digital clock that I just have displaying the ambient in the room haha
Same here.

Sit's a bit off to the side of my monitor so that the temp of the screen won't affect it much.

Those temps are a bit high for a stock CPU. I think you need to check your case airflow or try torquing down the heatsink a bit more. If those two things fail then I would say reseat the heatsink with fresh paste.
 
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