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70f ~= 21c
90f ~= 32c

which are perfectly normal fine and dandy temps.
sorry, 70f room temp, 90c cpu temp
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sorry, 70f room temp, 90c cpu temp


erm well yeah in that case something is most definately wrong with how your cooler is seated, your not pumping enough v-core for it to be your cpu itself (unless its amazingly concave or convex)
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sorry, 70f room temp, 90c cpu temp
I started laughing out loud at work. Why in earth would you not dinstinguish the units? More over, why in earth would you use f and c? Hahah.

But yeah, 90c is far too hot. Reseat and put on the correct amount of TIM.
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Having a similar problem on my new rig as well. Here's an screenshot of HWMonitor. I'm running Prime95 at the moment to see if I have a hardware issue..because BC2 keeps bsod'ing but regardless, my temps seem stupid high. Idle is in the 40c range.

Stock clock, stock cooler, and the side of the case is open.

Edited by ZACKMORRIS - 5/28/11 at 1:25pm
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