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Is 155F under load okay for an AMD A8-3870K at stock clocks?

Hey, I'm getting a new build soon anyways, but just out of curiosity, how is 155F for an A8-3870K at stock clocks under load? (I get about 90-100F at idle)
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    Those are average temps. 32-37C idle, 68C load.
    And usually, temperature is displayed in Celsius.
  2. USAFRet said:
    Those are average temps. 32-37C idle, 68C load.
    And usually, temperature is displayed in Celsius.


    Yah, I understand, I'm just used to Fahrenheit because I'm American :P. I was just worried about them because it's a huge temp jump from my A4-3400. Thanks for the help.
  3. Shawn221 said:
    USAFRet said:
    Those are average temps. 32-37C idle, 68C load.
    And usually, temperature is displayed in Celsius.


    Yah, I understand, I'm just used to Fahrenheit because I'm American :P. I was just worried about them because it's a huge temp jump from my A4-3400. Thanks for the help.


    I'm American too (see my username). Most temp monitoring applications give it in C.
  4. USAFRet said:
    Shawn221 said:
    USAFRet said:
    Those are average temps. 32-37C idle, 68C load.
    And usually, temperature is displayed in Celsius.


    Yah, I understand, I'm just used to Fahrenheit because I'm American :P. I was just worried about them because it's a huge temp jump from my A4-3400. Thanks for the help.


    I'm American too (see my username). Most temp monitoring applications give it in C.


    Ah, I have Coretemp set to Fahrenheit so I don't even bother with Celsius...
  5. USAFRet said:
    Shawn221 said:
    USAFRet said:
    Those are average temps. 32-37C idle, 68C load.
    And usually, temperature is displayed in Celsius.


    Yah, I understand, I'm just used to Fahrenheit because I'm American :P. I was just worried about them because it's a huge temp jump from my A4-3400. Thanks for the help.


    I'm American too (see my username). Most temp monitoring applications give it in C.


    And while I still have you here, mind taking a look at this?: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1743028/access-netgear-wndr3400v2-configuration-takes-forever-dhcp-response.html

    I've been waiting patiently and need help soon
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