Its allways Thermal Throttling and i can't get a good performance. Please Help.
The GPU temps (Intel HD 4000) are good and they aren't messed up its only the CPU.
The CPU thermal paste is now well set and as it should.
- Intel Core I5 3320M
A probe on surface of CPU is measuring processor case temperature while XTU is displaying temperatures measured on the die itself. There will always be this much of a difference between them.
Now that you have fresh TIM on the processor, if the system's blower(s) are operating properly, heat ducts are not block by dust and the system is properly configured for temperature response, you should not be seeing any overheating issues.
Everything is working propperly. The fan is working at the max allways when i open a process, thr heat tubes works because i tested too it makes water when the heat is there and the fan working and all that stuff its all new. But there is no way the temperature goes up like this in less than 1 second. The only thing is that the heat is so "high" and out of the fan isn't coming that much heat for 102ºC, it seems more like 60ºC or 70ºC more than 102ºC.
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