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Old August 28, 2009, 02:38 PM
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Now this has gotten me into a real headscratcher. All of you remember about a month or 2 ago i posted how my girlfriend's e4400 was getting rather high idle and load temps. Well i got that mobo back from ram, but the e4400 into it. I am folding on it (full load or close to 95% said by real temp) and the temps aren't going above 44C, did i put a good/right amount of thermal paste on this thing compared to what it had last time or do e4400 typically run cooler then their more powerful counterparts?
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Old August 28, 2009, 03:52 PM
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burn-in maybe just guessing ( had temps drop after 30 to 60 days on some c2d )
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