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okay i took the advice and ran prime95 for a good 15 minutes, and my core's go up to about 53-54 C. i think that is pretty high for a stock i5 2500k... i'm gonna try and reseat it
im at around 60C Max load @ 4.5Ghz.. Really take into consideration my first post and look though everything. What TIM are you using?
post #12 of 14
I really don't think those temps are out of line.

After several hours of Prime95 I was running between 52-58C across my cores. The 212+ can move a little. When you're mounting it, just try to keep it from twisting around and messing up the spread of your thermal paste.

When I first put mine together, I mounted it as tight as I dared, then like an idiot I twisted it to see how much play there was.
A few minutes later, I realized what I had done and decided to remove it and start over. The second time I put it straight down onto the CPU and fastened it tight without movement. Because of the way it's mounted, there will always be some play around an axis perpendicular to the surface of your CPU.

Hope this helps,

Rich
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be careful, I've bent some pins on my processor wiggling it around after its all locked down. and your temps seem a little high, but not unreasonable.
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im at around 60C Max load @ 4.5Ghz.. Really take into consideration my first post and look though everything. What TIM are you using?
i'm using the mass-cool shin-etsu ( top 5 ) TIM

i reseated it and wiped off some excess TIM from the heatsink, i guess i over applied because after running prime95 again... my temps went from 54C to 48C under load.

so the reseat worked +rep
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