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Help on undervolting

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1 minute ago, ninja ride123 said:

b360

You need a Z-series mobo for over-/underclocking and/or over-/undervolting.

Hello I want to undervolt my cpu i9 9900KF

but i cant find the option on motherboard ( i am a noob)

i have b360 pro gaming tuf

here is a photo: https://ibb.co/wyv4JTf

is it cpu core/cache voltage?

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1 minute ago, ninja ride123 said:

b360

You need a Z-series mobo for over-/underclocking and/or over-/undervolting.

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3 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

You need a Z-series mobo for over-/underclocking and/or over-/undervolting.

oh well i thats bad for me

beacuse for some reason when i open a program my cpu temps go UP 

 

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3 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

You need a Z-series mobo for over-/underclocking and/or over-/undervolting.

i need help...

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1 minute ago, ninja ride123 said:

i need help...

Well, I'm not going to give you a Z-series mobo.

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Just now, WereCatf said:

Well, I'm not going to give you a Z-series mobo.

no i mean can you help me about the overrheating problem?

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2 minutes ago, ninja ride123 said:

no i mean can you help me about the overrheating problem?

It showing some high temperature for less than half a second doesn't mean anything, especially since there is literally no way it'd magically be able to then drop 40C in less than half a second! No, that just seems like a glitch.

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4 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

It showing some high temperature for less than half a second doesn't mean anything, especially since there is literally no way it'd magically be able to then drop 40C in less than half a second! No, that just seems like a glitch.

wow thank you and last  question! When i am playing i have 70 -80c but sometimes is spiking for 1 sec to 85 maybe 89 but comes down in less of a sec back to 70 is it a glitch too?

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2 minutes ago, ninja ride123 said:

wow thank you and last  question! When i am playing i have 70 -80c but sometimes is spiking for 1 sec to 85 maybe 89 but comes down in less of a sec back to 70 is it a glitch too?

70C-80C is still fine and a very brief spike to 85 or 89 isn't something I'd care about. Still, if you're worried, look into buying a beefier cooler.

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1 minute ago, WereCatf said:

70C-80C is still fine and a very brief spike to 85 or 89 isn't something I'd care about. Still, if you're worried, look into buying a beefier cooler.

ok i will keep my h100x corsair i dont wanna replace it! thx 

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