How to Reduce CPU Temperature by Undervolting

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The more strenuous the tasks you carry out on your PC are, the more your CPU (processor) will heat up. This becomes particularly noticeable during gaming or heavyweight video editing, but your CPU may be prone to overheating anyway if it’s poorly ventilated, or the thermal paste on the chip has worn out. Luckily, there’s a borderline-miraculous tool that can reduce high temperatures by a process called “undervolting.” It’s called Throttlestop, and we’re going to show you how to use it to cool down a toasty CPU. Note: if you’re unsure about whether your CPU temperature is too hot, read

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