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I've always looked pretty closely at Prime95 and Aida64 100% load temps for my chip. I've never really benchmarked the load temps while gaming. After a full hour of gaming last night, the highest core was at 58 deg. C at 5 GHz. I didn't take a Coretemp screenshot but I'll take one next time I play.

Feel free to share your gaming load temps in this thread. It'll be interesting to see what the results are for various heatsinks and WC loop configurations. Not all of us spend all our computer time at 100% load in Prime95. Overall I'm very happy with how my H70 performs with this chip using the Yate-Loon SH's.
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Thats nice mate! What about the prime95 100% load temp? ( I was thinking about the H70 alot )
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I've always looked pretty closely at Prime95 and Aida64 100% load temps for my chip. I've never really benchmarked the load temps while gaming. After a full hour of gaming last night, the highest core was at 58 deg. C at 5 GHz. I didn't take a Coretemp screenshot but I'll take one next time I play.

Feel free to share your gaming load temps in this thread. It'll be interesting to see what the results are for various heatsinks and WC loop configurations. Not all of us spend all our computer time at 100% load in Prime95. Overall I'm very happy with how my H70 performs with this chip using the Yate-Loon SH's.
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According to RealTemp my hottest core maxed out at 60c and my coolest at 53c. That's on air @ 4.4ghz, after about 5 hours nonstop of The Witcher 2. I have a massive HSF, but also a relatively voltage hungry chip. :/

I think my average gaming temps are in the mid-high 40's, though, because I periodically pause and tab out to check RealTemp during long gaming sessions just out of curiosity.
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My idle and load temps stay the same around 58-61C depending on the ambient temperature. (I don't stop folding)
    
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