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Question about Aida64 benching

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Check the FPU/Cache/Memory as well as it puts a full load on the full CPU and SOC things like the Memory controller and such. 

This may be a stupid question, but when testing CPU temps with Aida64, should I stress just the CPU or also check the boxes for FPU, cache, and system memory? These three checkboxes are checked alongside CPU by default.

 

Testing all four at once, I reach temps of 54 celsius or so, but checking only CPU, I don't go higher than 42. Which is better indicative of my CPU temps under load? I'm using a Ryzen 2600 and NH-L9x65.

 

I just don't know if I'm been using Aida64 wrong. My idle temperature is 34c.

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Check the FPU/Cache/Memory as well as it puts a full load on the full CPU and SOC things like the Memory controller and such. 

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