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Nyadu

Should i turn on Turbo boost on my stock cooler

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Stop posting different threads about the same post 

Please it's annoying


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4 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Stop posting different threads about the same post 

Please it's annoying

but should i?

 

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8 minutes ago, Nyadu said:

ive a i7 3770 non k

this is something you should find out for yourself, if the temp doesn't go above 100c then your fine.

 

you shouldnt ever let a processor go above 90c but your processor is an exemption since its max temp is around 105c

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6 minutes ago, GoodEnough said:

your processor is an exemption since its max temp is around 105c

Isn't that the max temp in most CPUs anyways? nvm, was confusing it with modern CPUs.

10 minutes ago, Nyadu said:

but should i?

Turbo boost should be automatic; the CPU's frequency will go up during workloads, but it will stay at the base frequency, give or take, during idle or normal workloads, browsing the web for example.

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6 minutes ago, lewdicrous said:

Isn't that the max temp in most CPUs anyways? nvm, was confusing it with modern CPUs.

Turbo boost should be automatic; the CPU's frequency will go up during workloads, but it will stay at the base frequency, give or take, during idle or normal workloads, browsing the web for example.

only laptop cpu's tend to get that hot nowadays 

 

an example would be the i5 5200u (not saying that the processor is recent or anything lol)

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