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Difference between VREG Temp and Cpu Temp

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Stemz, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. Stemz New Member

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    i was wondering what the difference between the vreg temp and cpu temp is. ive noticed the vreg averages at 65c and the cpu averages at 30c wats the difference between the temps and is the vreg temp to high?
     
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    the Vreg is Voltage regulators. they are not part of the CPU.

    what are you using to read these temps, its more likely the Vregs on your video card, its controls the power going into your card so it dosnt fry ^^. under 80 is usualy fine.
     
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    well i have an evga x58 sli mother board so it has its E-Leet tuner its kinda like the cpuid. well my video card does run hot i ordered a cooler for it hopefully its drops.
     

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