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December 15, 2012 6:52:09 PM

Hello,
i'm a bit worried i have a gigabyte ga-990xa-ud3 motherboard, fx 8350 processor, gigabyte gtx 670 graphic card 16 gb hyper x ram four fans 2 in two out, enermax eta something or other lol it's a good heat sink anyway, my core temp 1.0 RC3 keeps telling me when i'm manic game tempreture reads as high as 54c i am running amd is core temp correct or should i add 10c onto that and worry that my temps are over 62c

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December 15, 2012 7:25:13 PM

You never know but most likely correct temp. Comparing to bios on start up usually tells you if you need to do an offset.
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December 15, 2012 7:26:07 PM

yes i agree temperature in the bios is usually the most accurate +1 rolli
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December 15, 2012 7:31:03 PM

iceclock said:
yes i agree temperature in the bios is usually the most accurate +1 rolli

well i also have amd overdrive which usually puts +8-10c onto core temp and that tells me i'm running at 64c-66c i'm not getting any problems in game but i do not want to kill
my processor
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a c 135 à CPUs
December 15, 2012 8:45:48 PM

well id go by bios temperatures usually the most accurate,
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December 15, 2012 8:48:16 PM

I don't believe you should be worried. Temperatures in the mid 60s is pretty normal if you got a stock cooler. If you really want lower temperatures, then wish for a aftermarket cooler for Christmas!
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