|03 May 2010||#4|
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Hi, depending on how your cooling is setup this sounds normal to me.
As a rule of thumb whenever I build PCs I allow about 3 degrees temperature difference between cores just to allow for various variables etc.
As long as it doesn't consistently exceed about 6 degrees difference when your CPU is near 100% I think you'll be fine.
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