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I just built a system with the I53750K, I am using the stock cooling. My temps are though the roof.

Room Temp: 23C

Idle: 43C

Load (prime 95): 100+ C

Is there a problem with the software's im using? (Core temp and HW monitor). I thought when the cpu reaches a critical temp it will turn off automatically. How come it doesn't turn off at those temps?

Any ideas?
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Are you overclocked? Maybe bad mounting or you didn't tighten it all the way or forgot paste, etc.
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Are you overclocked? Maybe bad mounting or you didn't tighten it all the way or forgot paste, etc.

NOT overclocked, I will remount, thermal paste was pre-applied
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I think the TJMax is 105°C. If you haven't hit that or above yet, then that's why it hasn't shut off.

You might want to try to reseat everything.

Although....I think the reason it's so hot is because you're running Prime95 on an already hot processor with the stock heatsink. rolleyes.gif

I think you just need to get an aftermarket cooler if you're really going to stress Ivy Bridge. Make sure it's a good one too.

Thermalright Archon is especially good for it's price. There's also the Cooler Master TPC 812, which I believe has vapor chamber cooling that kicks in when the temperatures get way high.

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post #5 of 19
There's absolutely no reason you should be hitting those temps on the stock cooler unless you're doing some silly overclock. If you're not overclocking, make sure the pushpins are properly seated to the board and the cooler is making contact with the processor. Also make sure you are using a reasonable amount of voltage. Stock 3570k is probably around 1v

The TJMax for ivy bridge is 105c I believe which tells the processor to start throttling to decrease temperatures. If that doesn't work then the system will shutoff automatically to prevent damaging itself.
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post #6 of 19
You know that the supplied coolers really aren't that go if you load the cpu cores @100% for sustained periods. Get yourself an aftermarket air cooler and your temps will drop straight away, but Ivy Bridge processors run a little hotter anyway.

The cpu will automatically throttle down around the 100C mark and if you get to 105, then it should shut down, or at least start operating at a reduced frequency.
post #7 of 19
My 2500k with my "mediocre" aftermarket cooler at 4.5 never goes above 62c with P95 at full load,

So there's clearly something going on with yours though it might be incorrect reporting from the software.
Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 5/4/12 at 6:21pm
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OP, I would verify temperatures with another reporting program.

There's no reason that even with the stock CPU cooler you should be getting that high of temperatures.

What are you ambient temperatures? And do you have good case airflow?

I second the statement to make sure the HSF retention pegs are securely in the holes.
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post #9 of 19
I'm sure you've read the reviews on that processor, right? The darn thing runs hot.

On top of that, you're using the stock cooler.

Some people I know of used a 3770k on Cinebench with the stock cooler; 3 of the 4 cores hit 100*C+, with the remaining hitting 95*C -- I'm sure how you mounted it was fine, is what I'm saying.
Edited by Narmo23 - 5/4/12 at 6:31pm
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It's normal for the cores to go up to 100-105C during a stress test. CPUTIN should read much lower.
    
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