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in *c im use to 25 27.222 on my cpu not this and it quickly get higher
More importantly, did you notice a difference in load temperatures? these temps are fine for idle btw.
Also, refrain from posting multiple times in a row, rather use the edit option to add a new addition to your first post.
    
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so take it all off and put a pea size in the middle and than put my heat sink back on thats all ok i will try
    
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Are you trolling? Having a hard time believing someone is concerned about temps others would kill for.
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More importantly, did you notice a difference in load temperatures? these temps are fine for idle btw.
Also, refrain from posting multiple times in a row, rather use the edit option to add a new addition to your first post.
on a bench run it spike really fast and get up to 139 in under 2 min of occt stress test on custom and and 90% of my free memory to use
    
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Are you trolling? Having a hard time believing someone is concerned about temps others would kill for.
NO! im not i know this computer idle temps and know it under a load i can hear the cpu fan ramp quickly up and slow and up again also a bench temp should not in 2 minutes spike like that the first temp screen i posted was after 45 minutes and im still on stock cooling so im nervous
    
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on a bench run it spike really fast and get up to 139 in under 2 min of occt stress test on custom and and 90% of my free memory to use
59.4c is still FINE temperature-wise. I see no need to reseat or redo the thermal grease unless you plan on overclocking but i would advice against it on stock cooling.
    
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59.4c is still FINE temperature-wise. I see no need to reseat or redo the thermal grease unless you plan on overclocking but i would advice against it on stock cooling.
when i took off my heatsink and swap out my cpu and put in on my msi p55-gd65 for the first time also using my old 256mb graphics card as i dont have pci express and used the oveclock genie with out reseating the paste im went to 3.5 something and was still normal 3.2ghz temps but my voltage said 1.42 and i quickly turned it off as i thats the max V allowed for me and not comfy with it.
than i cleaned it off and put back in my old gateway till i have a case and graphic card
also cant i just take off the heat sink and clean that and put it back on and see if it make a difference on my load temps. i also know the factory paste was thick my is runny
Edited by everlast42987 - 5/10/11 at 5:22pm
    
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on a bench run it spike really fast and get up to 139 in under 2 min of occt stress test on custom and and 90% of my free memory to use
What are you using to bench? OCCT Linpack? If so then it is normal for the temps to spike and drop - that is how OCCT tests. It goes to 100% CPU for a bit, then 25% then back to 100%. The temps should vary accordingly.

This is what mine looks like after 90s of Linpack:


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What are you using to bench? OCCT Linpack? If so then it is normal for the temps to spike and drop - that is how OCCT tests. It goes to 100% CPU for a bit, then 25% then back to 100%. The temps should vary accordingly.

This is what mine looks like after 90s of Linpack:

i will linpack my and upload the test os 2 minutes
    
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cant get the temp to show so i will load speedfan and print screen that
CANT DO EITHER SUCKS ASS
Edited by everlast42987 - 5/10/11 at 5:42pm
    
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