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Hi guys. Well 1 week ago I got a new i7 and today I installed After Effects.

When I started rendering the video I saw that the temps of the CPU got really high, 77° after 20 minutes (total render time). I'm using the stock cooler. Here's a pic:



So? AE is very CPU demanding, but that much?
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are you overclocked? if not that does seem high. maybe too much thermal paste
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Hi, I would say that After Effects as any other encoding software is very demanding and will cause the temps to go up. The thing is, you are using the stock cooler, which is not very good. I'm not sure if you have tried applying a different thermal paste to it to get better thermal results.

You can get Aftermarket coolers from up to $20, depending on socket and if you are lucky and patient (I grabbed a prolimatech Super Mega on $21 shipped on an ebay auction about two weeks back)
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post #4 of 11
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are you overclocked? if not that does seem high. maybe too much thermal paste
I had turbo boost mode on (which boost the cpu to 3.7, OCs it. And the thermal paste is the one that came by default with the stock cooler.
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Hi, I would say that After Effects as any other encoding software is very demanding and will cause the temps to go up. The thing is, you are using the stock cooler, which is not very good. I'm not sure if you have tried applying a different thermal paste to it to get better thermal results.

You can get Aftermarket coolers from up to $20, depending on socket and if you are lucky and patient (I grabbed a prolimatech Super Mega on $21 shipped on an ebay auction about two weeks back)
I'll buy the corsair H100 Wc kit but... they said the stock coolers wasn't that bad...
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I'll buy the corsair H100 Wc kit but... they said the stock coolers wasn't that bad...
Well. I would say that stock cooler is barely good enough for stock speeds. Remember that even if you OC it 100mhz, if the voltage required is a lot more than the voltage you had prior, temps will raise a lot and accordingly not to the speed raise but voltage raise. The difference with an aftermarket cooler and the stock one is huge if you want to OC. This one, I can take it to 5.0 with temps in the range of mid 70s, but stock cooler I wouldnt even try that.

Now, regarding watercooling, I think you have to look at the specific combination in tests. (something like shown here http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/c..._h100_review/1)

Sometimes, a heatsink cooler with a push+pull config is (albeit louder) cooler / cheaper for your OC'ed CPU.

WC is only considered way better option than heatsinks, if you are building it completely, with, for example, instead of a 120mm radiator, a 240mm or even 360mm radiator and so forth. I'm not expert in Water cooling, I have to admit, But the results I've seen from this 120mm kits in general, are not very impressive
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post #7 of 11
The stock cooler is pretty bad. I was reaching 85C+ when playing games with the stock cooler. Got a CM Hyper 212+ and my temps under 100% load are ~60C.
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WC is only considered way better option than heatsinks, if you are building it completely, with, for example, instead of a 120mm radiator, a 240mm or even 360mm radiator and so forth. I'm not expert in Water cooling, I have to admit, But the results I've seen from this 120mm kits in general, are not very impressive
Not new news, but they are very expensive. From what I read the H100 is better than any air cooling system.
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post #9 of 11
i had two rigs with the i72600k stock cooler. one is mounted on a cm sileo case and the temps go up to 65-70Celsius.in my opninon the stock i7 cooler is a total crap.you should get at least a 212+ heatsink
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post #10 of 11
saizer, if interested in watercooling, check out the all-in-one xspc rasa rs240
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