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No that's pretty bad, if you want to keep that overclock or go higher your going to need Push/pull or a better cooler to drop those temps. For now though you'll want to downclock to keep under 62c to be safe but preferably in the 55c range max.
 

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Amd on 65, wow, downclock asap. If it was Intel it would be all right but Amd, no no.

Stop trolling please? Just because someone is an Intel fanboy...

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Please for your CPU's sake swap that Thermaltake for better model
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I have the Thermaltake "Frio" and its beast.

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Also apply Arctic Silver 5 when or if you do get a new cooler
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"Too much heat"
 

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Originally Posted by Ulatec;14166095
Stop trolling please? Just because someone is an Intel fanboy...
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AMD really can't take heat, but they run much cooler too. 62C is the maximum safe temperature for AMD. This has nothing to do with him being an Intel fanboy. (If he even is?)

If you didn't have 4 posts, I'd say you're a troll. Seems like you're just a newbie.
 

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1.35v of course. Just decreasing your clockspeed wouldn't affect temperatures at all. It's all about voltage.
Sooo wrong
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Of course decreasing clock speeds lowers temps.
How do you explain why temps raise if you OC even if you don't raise above stock voltage?
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Sooo wrong Of course decreasing clock speeds lowers temps.
How do you explain why temps raise if you OC even if you don't raise above stock voltage?
Idk depends on the CPU architecture really cause I'm running a AMD Phenom II X4 B55 at 4.2Ghz on stock Voltages and I haven't registered a major Difference in temps, maybe just a 2~3 Difference but when I Up the Voltage my temps jump like crazy like 7~10 Degree difference.
 

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Originally Posted by Devilmaypoop;14166159
1.35v of course. Just decreasing your clockspeed wouldn't affect temperatures at all. It's all about voltage.
Just decreasing the clock speed, may drop your temp. The voltage is the same, but the amperage will be lower --> lower TDP --> less heat.
 
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Originally Posted by ronnin426850;14166173
Sooo wrong
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Of course decreasing clock speeds lowers temps.
How do you explain why temps raise if you OC even if you don't raise above stock voltage?
I know that, but just 200mhz won't affect them at all. Even 400mhz doesn't affect temperatures for me at all if I don't decrease voltages too.
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Just decreasing the clock speed, may drop your temp. The voltage is the same, but the amperage will be lower --> lower TDP --> less heat.
Yup, but clock speed still affects much less. He was asking if 200mhz would drop temperatures, it wouldn't.
 
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