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    Default FM2A75M-ITX + A10-5800K : Are these temps normal ?!?

    Well i finally assembled my rig (not yetin the final case but in a provisional one till i finally got the one i want in the begin of next year)...


    So, far so good and i'm very happy with almost everything....in 1st run RAM was running at 1600mhz by default but i simply selected from the several options 2133mhz and indeed is running at that speed and in dual channel (G.SKILL ARES CL11 2133mhz 8GB)

    I also changed the default value of 512MB RAM for shared memory (or was it in Auto ?!? Don't recall exactly) to 1GB.

    I made several reboots (more on that in the end ) just to see what would happen with different settings and i noticed two things:

    I heard that the APUs are pushed to the MAX when in BIOS and i was expecting temps to escalate like crazy but in the 1st runs in the BIOS . that end up to be some for maybe 5 minutes or more, temperatures where quite stable around 50C but suddenly after one reboot, after be in the BIOS for only 2-3 minutes , temperature started to increase, after each reboot things were worse (or maybe i just imagined that way.....going up to 60C after several minutes....not to mention the fan speed !!!!

    I'm not sure but it seemed that this happened after i i messed around with RAM settings (speed and amount for shared).


    So, what you think about those temps when APU is under stress ?

    Under *normal* use in the OS (LINUX BTW) temps seem to go bellow 50 C....48 or even less...

    Didn't checked yet under games....

    The temperature of the external perimeter of the alu heatsink seems to be quite low.

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    Default Re: FM2A75M-ITX + A10-5800K : Are these temps normal ?!?

    Those temps are within the range of what I've read online in reviews.
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    Default Re: FM2A75M-ITX + A10-5800K : Are these temps normal ?!?

    From an A10-5800K Review found HERE

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    To get load temperatures we fired up Prime 95 and ran the torture test for half an hour. We used the "In-place large FFTs" test,
    which we feel is the best test to run for heating up processors. The CPU quickly topped out at 61C at ~3200 RPM. The CPU temperature
    fluctuated around 58-61C for the hour that we ran Prime95 64-bit.  No errors were encountered. It appears that the factor HSF is good
    enough, but an aftermarket cooler would help lower temps and reduce the noise.
    #1 - Please, when seeking help, enter the make and model of ALL parts that your system is comprised of in your Signature, or at least the model #'s in your System Specs, then "Save' it.
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