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post #21 of 25
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I would read
http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...g-warning.html

Maybe try making that top 200mm fan an intake as well.
Well even with the overclock off defualt cpu speed and the intel speedstep tech is enabled meaning the operating system controls cpu speed my temps are 37c to 41c not good still I guess
post #22 of 25
Our set-ups are very similar.

My temps are in the low 70s after a hour or so on Prime (I haven't tested it during the summer though; it might be a bit warmer now). So yeah, you're definitely running hotter than you should be. The i7s run warm, but it shouldn't be that warm.
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Our set-ups are very similar.

My temps are in the low 70s after a hour or so on Prime (I haven't tested it during the summer though; it might be a bit warmer now). So yeah, you're definitely running hotter than you should be. The i7s run warm, but it shouldn't be that warm.
Ok I done prime95 test for about 40 mintues at 3.8Ghz 100% Load the max the temp has gone is 69c ??? yet idle it's near 50c
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Ok I done prime95 test for about 40 mintues at 3.8Ghz 100% Load the max the temp has gone is 69c ??? yet idle it's near 50c
that is only a rise of 19.c when stress testing,
this has to do with the ambient temp, as a hot room = hot components
in the UK, we have been having a little heatwave, and my idle temps are gone from the high 20's to high 30's.
its the load temps that count,
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post #25 of 25
Don't worry so much about the idle. I've seen the idle temp in one of my cores hit 58 for a second or two before going back down to 40. Idle temps can fluctuate quite a bit. It's the load temps that matter the most as that's the hottest your CPU will get.

As long as the load temps are within range (75-80 is generally the edge of the "safe" range) you'll be fine.
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