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    Default Are the temps. normal?

    It's been a while since I had my E7300 at stock speed.

    Now I've overclocked it again! Now at 3.2GHz. It was totally stable, so didn't need to over-volt.

    Now about temperatures, see below.

    At stock speed, i.e., 2.66GHz, temperatures are:
    Minimum [Idle]: 42 'C
    Maximum [100% Maximum load on Intel Burn Test]: 64 'C

    And at overclocked speed, the temperatures are:
    Minimum [Idle]: 44 'C
    Maximum [100% Maximum load on Intel Burn Test]: 79 'C

    Now I need your opinion, are these temperatures normal? Or will I get the speed to stock? Or will I increase the vCore? Current vCore is 1.23-1.25V

    Please note that I'm using the stock HSF.
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    Default Re: Are the temps. normal?

    Technically speaking, unless you exceed 90, you are "safe" from sudden failures. If it was not the case, manufacturers would've set the TJMax to a much lower value to ignite thermal throttling much earlier. But as you exceed your recommended temperature, even though you are within "specifications", you run with an extended vulnerability to failure and/or lifetime toll.

    As it is winter, I would say it is high enough to go over 90 during summer. So, you may keep it like this unless ambient temperature starts rising again. No need to overvolt (make sure not to set it to "Auto", set the stock voltage manually) if it is stable. Roll back to stock during summer as 2.6=>3.2 is not gonna dramatically change anything, especially games.


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    Default Re: Are the temps. normal?

    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    Technically speaking, unless you exceed 90, you are "safe" from sudden failures. If it was not the case, manufacturers would've set the TJMax to a much lower value to ignite thermal throttling much earlier. But as you exceed your recommended temperature, even though you are within "specifications", you run with an extended vulnerability to failure and/or lifetime toll.

    As it is winter, I would say it is high enough to go over 90 during summer. So, you may keep it like this unless ambient temperature starts rising again. No need to overvolt (make sure not to set it to "Auto", set the stock voltage manually) if it is stable. Roll back to stock during summer as 2.6=>3.2 is not gonna dramatically change anything, especially games.
    What should be the voltage? I mean, how much should I increase it to? And if it doesn't affect gaming, I'm gonna roll back right now, what do you think?

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    Default Re: Are the temps. normal?

    if it is 79C max with burntest which maxes the cpu cores at 100% then with normal operations like gaming it should be significantly lower. Do a burntest during summer to see if the temps get too high but for now if everything is stable then keep it at 3.2.

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    Default Re: Are the temps. normal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    What should be the voltage? I mean, how much should I increase it to? And if it doesn't affect gaming, I'm gonna roll back right now, what do you think?
    Lowest possible while maintaining stability. Most games do not get much of a boost from CPU overclocking unless you use a multi GPU setup. My 2.8 GHz i7 gives me a mere .08 fps boost in Crysis after overclocking it to 3.6 GHz, while raytracers show linear performance increase with frequency.


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    Default Re: Are the temps. normal?

    the temps r okk...nd games e diff khubi kom hobe.....

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    Default Re: Are the temps. normal?

    amar laptop er cpu altime 65 degree C up thake.... even at 0% use....
    is that normal ?
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    Default Re: Are the temps. normal?

    yeap my lappy stays @ 65 all tym..

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