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Temperature worry?


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It was 80.

Installing them right now. Will post temps in a hour
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Major improvement...

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Good, was that idle or fully utilized?
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this link has the guide for max temps on ALL the CPU's...

http://www.heatsink-...t=maxtemp.shtml
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Thats when I left it on for like 20 minutes. The highest temp 3 reaches is 65 degrees celsius. But it keeps changing.
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