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post #11 of 19
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Originally Posted by Narmo23 View Post

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.

This ^

Of course you might want to reseat it, or like the others said, use different software to get the temps. However, the higher the temps get, the more accurate the readings on the software get. Built in to make sure nothing gets destroyed.
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post #12 of 19
No, that is not correct. If it is stock (both voltages and clock speed), then you didn't seat the heatsink properly. I know the proc is known to run hot, but I can promise to that intel wouldn't sell you something that goes over it's TJmax at stock setting with their supplied cooler.
post #13 of 19
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CONCLUSION:

I checked the the heatsink. 1 of the pins that was suppose to go in was broken. the Thermal paste didnt even make contact with the cpu when i took the heatsink off. I replaced the headsink with a i5 2500k Heatsink that i had sitting around.

Temps are much lower now:

Room temp: 23C

Idle: 32C

Load: 83C
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post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by emin911 View Post

CONCLUSION:
I checked the the heatsink. 1 of the pins that was suppose to go in was broken. the Thermal paste didnt even make contact with the cpu when i took the heatsink off. I replaced the headsink with a i5 2500k Heatsink that i had sitting around.
Temps are much lower now:
Room temp: 23C
Idle: 32C
Load: 83C


Consider yourself lucky, that could have gone a lot worse! wink.gif
post #15 of 19
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Originally Posted by pnoozi View Post

It's normal for the cores to go up to 100-105C during a stress test. CPUTIN should read much lower.

No that is not normal. Intel cant give me a heatsink that will hit 100C on 100% load.
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post #16 of 19
Out of curiosity, why would you run Prime95 on a stock cpu with a stock cooler?, no offence... just beeing curious, was your system unstable or something?
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Out of curiosity, why would you run Prime95 on a stock cpu with a stock cooler?, no offence... just beeing curious, was your system unstable or something?

With any new build you should always run stress on stock settings with a stock cooler if that's what you installed. You want to make sure your cpu is good. I buy tons of cpus and I have gotten around 5 or 6 that wouldn't pass stress at stock settings. Those cpus were returned and replaced. When over clocking with a aftermarket cooler, it's still nice to see what it did for temps vs the stock cooler so you know how much headroom you have, and then proceed. Every new pc I build gets stressed no matter what. You would be surprised with how many ram sticks have been bad and a quick stress test will show you.
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post #18 of 19
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With any new build you should always run stress on stock settings with a stock cooler if that's what you installed. You want to make sure your cpu is good. I buy tons of cpus and I have gotten around 5 or 6 that wouldn't pass stress at stock settings. Those cpus were returned and replaced. When over clocking with a aftermarket cooler, it's still nice to see what it did for temps vs the stock cooler so you know how much headroom you have, and then proceed. Every new pc I build gets stressed no matter what. You would be surprised with how many ram sticks have been bad and a quick stress test will show you.

You took the words straight out of my mouth. couldn't have said it better myself.

Stress Testing is a MUST for a new build to see if anything will fail, and find problems like what just happened to me.
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+1
And thks for clearing that up.
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