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The highest temp i got using stock clock was 91 but when i OC it to 3.36 GHz, the highest temp went up to 105. I tried googling around but most of the people said that 70~80 under full load is the ideal temp. So does this mean that my CPU is overheating? I'm from Singapore so it's not that easy to get liquid cooling. Would having more fans in my case help bring down the temp as the next best solution?

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As a rule og thumb I would say MAXIMUM 80 degreess celcius, and that is as a absolute maximum on a working stage.

So, when that sait, what cooler are you using? .. Because it seems fairly high mate.
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post #3 of 12
You don't need liquid cooling. In fact, just about any semi-decent heatsink/TIM would be enough. Have you seated it correctly? Are you running with the stock heatsink?
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post #4 of 12
That's far too hot considering the speed youre running at. The stock cooler can cool better than that.

I'd bet my rig that your cooler isn't put on properly and/or TIM wasn't applied properly.
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I'm using the stock cooler. I'll try installing the cooler again.
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post #6 of 12
Just remember to clean the old TIM off, and apply new. But be careful on overclock in stock cooler - I would'nt really recommend it
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Re-sitted the cooler but the temp is still the same. I'll get TIM when i'm free since i don't have any right now. I'm still not getting any problems with it because of the temp so can i assume that i'm still safe? I don't really play like 24/7.
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post #8 of 12
So .. you have put the heatsink on you CPU whitout any TIM? Or With the old TIM? .. Either way that is not good - If i were you I wouldnt use the PC until I got new TIM smile.gif

To answer you qusteion if you should be safe - well .. there aint no such thing - and Personally I would prefer load temps - in stress testin with prim95 for example - under 70c .. really ..
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post #9 of 12
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Alright. I'll try to get an after-market cooler like the CM Hyper 101 and a TIM as well. Btw the room temp should be around 28~30 now.
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post #10 of 12
Yeah - do that.

A value product like mine CPU cooler should do the job too - running at 4GHz with my 760 with a max load temp under prime for 4 hours with 65c .. room temp is around 25-28 degress smile.gif
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