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80 temp cpu at full load non overclocked is this normal?

I7700K 75-80 dc at full usage non overclocked

Edit background info been at full usage for the last 3 hours
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  1. Hello again, yes again.
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  2. Dunlop0078 said:
    Hello again, yes again.


    Thanks should I enable xmp or not on this ram
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0134EW7G8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o09_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Will it increase the temps
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    I don't know why you would buy a 3000mhz kit if you are just going to run it at 2133mhz, yes enable XMP. It might increase CPU temps ever so slightly
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  4. Dunlop0078 said:
    I don't know why you would buy a 3000mhz kit if you are just going to run it at 2133mhz, yes enable XMP. It might increase CPU temps ever so slightly


    Thanks is there any downside to enabling xmp
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  5. No, not really. It is technically overclocking as you are going beyond the JDEC DDR4 standard but the RAM is rated to handle it and kaby lake memory controllers seem to have no issue with fast ram run way beyond JEDEC standards.
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  6. Dunlop0078 said:
    No, not really. It is technically overclocking as you are going beyond the JDEC DDR4 standard but the RAM is rated to handle it and kaby lake memory controllers seem to have no issue with fast ram run way beyond JEDEC standards.


    Alright thanks again. I will leave it disabled for now. Unless there is a major reason to enable it so far got no issues.
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  7. Reise Martin said:
    Dunlop0078 said:
    No, not really. It is technically overclocking as you are going beyond the JDEC DDR4 standard but the RAM is rated to handle it and kaby lake memory controllers seem to have no issue with fast ram run way beyond JEDEC standards.


    Alright thanks again. I will leave it disabled for now. Unless there is a major reason to enable it so far got no issues.


    If you paid for 3000mhz ram you should enable it, you are just throwing your money away otherwise in my opinion. You could have just gotten cheaper 2133mhz sticks if you never intended to enable XMP. But your pc, do what you want I guess.
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  8. Dunlop0078 said:
    Reise Martin said:
    Dunlop0078 said:
    No, not really. It is technically overclocking as you are going beyond the JDEC DDR4 standard but the RAM is rated to handle it and kaby lake memory controllers seem to have no issue with fast ram run way beyond JEDEC standards.


    Alright thanks again. I will leave it disabled for now. Unless there is a major reason to enable it so far got no issues.


    If you paid for 3000mhz ram you should enable it, you are just throwing your money away otherwise in my opinion. You could have just gotten cheaper 2133mhz sticks if you never intended to enable XMP. But your pc, do what you want I guess.


    Yh Ill enable it then since you insist its a good thing thanks.
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