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    Honestly I would be more concerned over temps that are all the same. They should be all different. The cores will typically be within a few C of each other and my package has always run hotter.

    There is no harm undervolting if you will still run stable, question is why would you want to do that? Are you overheating, in a very hot environment? . Whats your current V core?: You can undervolt and under clock but seems you are going in the wrong direction here. Why not just buy a cheaper lower clocked CPU like a 6100?

    Please post details so we don't have to speculate.

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    ROG Member Array RazerWaleed PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    Honestly I would be more concerned over temps that are all the same. They should be all different. The cores will typically be within a few C of each other and my package has always run hotter.

    There is no harm undervolting if you will still run stable, question is why would you want to do that? Are you overheating, in a very hot environment? . Whats your current V core?: You can undervolt and under clock but seems you are going in the wrong direction here. Why not just buy a cheaper lower clocked CPU like a 6100?

    Please post details so we don't have to speculate.
    Hi Justin,

    thanks for your replay; well yes its a bit hot weather here sometime, and i would go this direction just to build a base on the lowest temp i can go with at 4.2ghz ( its always better to run lowest temp as we can right ?) then from here i will go up as my needs.. if you get my point, (

    1- if i go default voltage (VCORE AUTO in BIOS ) temp will be 63 to 70c and reading will be 1.35 to 1.4v or more for the CPU VCORE )
    2- but if i go with manual 1.19v ( SIT ON BIOS FOr VCORE ) i will reach max 53c while gaming fixed and it wont go higher. ( readig from HW moniter 1.184v for CPU VCORE. so i saved 10c to 17c? )

    i still can go higher but seems i have bad thermal paste anyway if i use 1.35v to 1.5v ( auto bios ) temp will be a bit high like 60c to 70c


    and i dont need OC at the moment as my PC with current default setup is running perfect for gaming , i dont do video or photo editing at all, so OC wont have big impact on my gaming .. i already have BF1, Forza and other games at 4.2ghz running at 100fps to 200fps ..

    so if lower voltage wont harm anything and wont crash my PC then im good.? i belive less heat over time give more life for PC and good performance? and all my other cooling system run in relax mode? this is the point. so what i also mean if im not OC at the moment and not needed why should i keep the AUTO bios to take my CPU 20c heats more? and use unneeded voltage such as 1.3v to 1.45v? for just 4.2ghz
    Last edited by RazerWaleed; 12-29-2016 at 03:52 PM.

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