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Is your CPU OC? Also, look at your cooler lol.
Look at yours! Your temp's are too high considering that cooler, modest OC and modest voltage.

I wonder if the Noctua is on the CPU evenly.
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post #12 of 66
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Is your CPU OC? Also, look at your cooler lol.
I'm running a slightly broken Dual-Core CPU that's almost always at 100% usage

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post #13 of 66
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Look at yours! Your temp's are too high considering that cooler, modest OC and modest voltage.

I wonder if the Noctua is on the CPU evenly.
Yeah, i didnt build this PC. i bought it pre-built for me. Im doing it myself now though. I just thought i would see what temps i was getting and i had no idea it would get that high. What is the temp that people look at though? Is it CPUTIN or the cores?
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post #14 of 66
What's your vcore voltage set to? I would consider re-TIMing the CPU and remounting the CPU cooler. Mainly keep an eye on the cores,
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What's your vcore voltage set to? I would consider re-TIMing the CPU and remounting the CPU cooler. Mainly keep an eye on the cores,
What do you mean re-TIM?

I have two voltages....

CPU Voltage @ 1.32500
QPI/DRAM Core Voltage @ 1.27500

What one is the vcore? I assume the CPU Voltage is?
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post #16 of 66
TIM = Thermal Interface Material

It forms the contact between your CPU and your heatsink and is designed so that the heat will quickly flow from your CPU to the cooler and away from your chip so it doesn't get fried. With temps like that, your TIM may be messed up or your cooler may be faulty. That is really high. I've never seen my 1055T get in the 80s let alone 90s and mine usually stays around 50 or 60 even when gaming. Good luck!
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post #17 of 66
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TIM = Thermal Interface Material

It forms the contact between your CPU and your heatsink and is designed so that the heat will quickly flow from your CPU to the cooler and away from your chip so it doesn't get fried. With temps like that, your TIM may be messed up or your cooler may be faulty. That is really high. I've never seen my 1055T get in the 80s let alone 90s and mine usually stays around 50 or 60 even when gaming. Good luck!
Oh ok, i thought about thermal paste. Well, i assume they used the stock paste. Should the thermal paste be reapplied often? This PC is over a year old now. I have no idea as to how to take my cooler off and put it back on again. Any help there at all guys?
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post #18 of 66

You shouldn't need to reapply the paste in only a year's time. Mine is about a year old and I haven't noticed any change in my temps in that time. It seems that that high of a temperature could be related to a fan not functioning fully or exhaust air not able to escape because the cooler you have should be doing a WAY better job. I also see you have a HAF 932 so it seems really strange that the air is not moving better than this. There are some videos of how to remove and reseat coolers. Check this out.


Not exactly the same as what you have but pretty darn close. It can be a process but it might be worth it given your temps.
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post #19 of 66
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You shouldn't need to reapply the paste in only a year's time. Mine is about a year old and I haven't noticed any change in my temps in that time. It seems that that high of a temperature could be related to a fan not functioning fully or exhaust air not able to escape because the cooler you have should be doing a WAY better job. I also see you have a HAF 932 so it seems really strange that the air is not moving better than this. There are some videos of how to remove and reseat coolers. Check this out.


Not exactly the same as what you have but pretty darn close. It can be a process but it might be worth it given your temps.
Thanks for the vid. Yeah i dont understand it at all . Im sure the heatsink is on ok as they stress tested it for 48hours before giving it too me....unless these temps didnt bother them?

Im replacing the fans with led coolermaster megafows anyway. There is a good 9 inches gap between the side and back of the case. The front obviously has nothing blocking it.

Am i going to have to take the mobo out of the case to do this?? Or can i do it while its still in the case?
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post #20 of 66
That's strange that they stress tested it and still didn't see a problem with a temp like that. It seems awfully high to me personally. The fan upgrade is probably a good idea. I have an OEM H50 type cooler and I added a 2nd fan to make it push/pull and I did see case temps drop a couple degrees.

Wasn't sure what you meant about the 9 inch clearance. Is this a distance between your cooler and the side panel?? Little confused sorry lol

I don't THINK you have to remove the mobo but I could be wrong about that. I think you can just lay it down and work on it but anybody else should feel free to step in and correct me if I'm mistaken.
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