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here are my temps in speedfan...with my new HSF installed, this is not overclocked. Is this ok?<br><br><img alt="" src="http://i12.tinypic.com/484ol8w.jpg" style="border:0px solid;">
 

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NOOOOO 101C is 213F that is way toooooo hot for anything<br><br>
But idk what the TEMP2 is sooooo it might not be bad but i hope someone responds because that just seems wayyyyy to high for anything
 

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Your PWM is pretty hot. That 51C should be around 35C-40C. Some better case airflow should help that.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">NOOOOO 101C is 213F that is way toooooo hot for anything<br><br>
But idk what the TEMP2 is sooooo it might not be bad but i hope someone responds because that just seems wayyyyy to high for anything</div>
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Lol, thats just a speedfan error. Only the top 3 temps are the right ones.<br><br>
Temp 1: CPU<br>
Temp 2: PWM<br>
Temp 3: Chipset
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">ok thanks, if temp1 is the CPU is this ok? and if so what is the 'core'?</div>

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</div>It's okay, but kind of warm for idle. I wouldn't touch vcore much with that temp. The core is a second temperature sensor. We don't really use it all that much. All you need to worry about is temp 1 for CPU.
 

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indeed, 51 C isn't dangerous, but that should be your load temp. I was really scared when I saw something was 100C though... *******BBQHAX!!1!
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">It's okay, but kind of warm for idle. I wouldn't touch vcore much with that temp. The core is a second temperature sensor. We don't really use it all that much. All you need to worry about is temp 1 for CPU.</div>

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</div>Really? I've always gone by the Core temp.....I've always gotten different answers from asking which to go by though...
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Really? I've always gone by the Core temp.....I've always gotten different answers from asking which to go by though...</div>
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Yeah it really doesn't matter I guess. They're pretty much linear with eachother.
 
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