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Usually there are 2 questions that the AIDA64 System Stability Test should answer:

1) Is the system stable, even while running a very demanding task?

2) Is the system overheating under very high load?

In your case, issue #1 is cleared, since the computer didn't show any abnormal behavior while running the test. As for #2, I can't see anything critical among those maximum temperature readings, so all is well.

You can go on by analyzing minimum and maximum voltages, but in case they were hitting critical levels during the stress test, your computer would have locked up or Windows thrown a BSoD.

Regards,

Fiery

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Hi thanks for the reply. for 2) , what would be the typical guideline for Max temperature or Average temperature? Ideally what are the parameters that i could tweak beside the voltages to reduce the temperature? Btw, i'm OC on the I7 6700k with H115i and 32GB DDR4 3200.. 

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Hi thanks for the reply. for 2) , what would be the typical guideline for Max temperature or Average temperature? Ideally what are the parameters that i could tweak beside the voltages to reduce the temperature? Btw, i'm OC on the I7 6700k with H115i and 32GB DDR4 3200..

Max/avg temperature highly depends on the type of computer, the kind of processor you use, the type of system case, the amount of overclocking you've applied, etc. etc. So there's no generic rule there.

If you want to put temperatures further down, then the only way to go forward is to improve the ventilation of the system case, and/or to install water cooling. On the software level the only way is to reduce clocks and voltages.

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