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Hi. I have processor i5 3570K and my question is: whether these temperatures normal with stock cooler?

Prime95 Cpu is used 100%, Full load- http://postimage.org/image/jrv1nd179/

When i surfing on internet temperatures is: CPU 42-44 C.
I am afraid that I have demaged CPU?

Also i have problem with bluescreen. When i surfing on internet appears to me BSOD who quicly go out.
I installed bluescreenview app and he says:http://postimage.org/image/us4gp4kib/

BSOD apperrs to me several times and now I am reinstalled my Windows 7 Ultimate 64 BIT.
Why appears blue screen?

My configuration:
Asrock z77 extreme 6
i5 3570K stock
GOC38GB2133C10ADC 8GB(2x4GB) PC3-17000 2133MHz EVO Corsa 10-11-11-30

I tested RAM memory with memtest and goldmemory but they no errors... Help please and sory my bad eng frown.gif
post #2 of 32
As far as your CPU temps go, that is not going to damage your CPU or even come close.

What kind of CPU cooler are you using?

Sorry, can't help with the BSOD.
    
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Yes the temps seems normal for an Ivy bridge CPU on stock cooling. Just ensure you lower the ambient temps and adjust your case airflow effectivness. I suggest you buy at least a Corsair H80 or better to cool the CPU properly.

The blue screen could be a software issue. Reformat, install all motherboard drivers, then all updates from microsoft, then all the other required drivers, then retest.
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post #4 of 32
Those temps aren't unusual for an Ivy on the stock cooler. You are still 16C from the TJmax.

However, that BSOD certainly should not be happening. I would make sure all of your hardware is configured correctly, and verify that the CPU and memory can pass at least basic stress tests before reinstalling Windows or making any significant software configuration changes.
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What are your ambient temps and what is your current airflow configuration? Please post an image of that.
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post #6 of 32
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Ok, mean my cpu is correct... It is good smile.gif
I will by better CPU cooler, it not problem.
I formated all hard drive and instaled WIN 7 and all drivers. When i first time reinstalled OS i am formated only partition who used OS but i am not formated partition who used other data.... NOW i format all data in HD.
Tnx, i hope that i not demaged hardware because appears BSOD.
I think the BSOD appeared as this http://content.foto.mail.ru/mail/banhelsing/_answers/i-5.jpg
post #7 of 32
0x0000000a codes usually mean your IMC is unstable, which makes sense if you set your ram to 2133mhz@10-11-11-30 without bumping VTT. bump VTT to 1.1-1.15V and it should be fine.
as for the temperatures, make sure your cooler is properly seated and if you have some spare TIM around i would definitely use that instead of the default stuff that comes on the cooler. dont worry about it too much if it stays like that, you will never reach those temperatures without prime/ibt anyway.

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Ok, mean my cpu is correct... It is good smile.gif
I will by better CPU cooler, it not problem.
I formated all hard drive and instaled WIN 7 and all drivers. When i first time reinstalled OS i am formated only partition who used OS but i am not formated partition who used other data.... NOW i format all data in HD.
Tnx, i hope that i not demaged hardware because appears BSOD.
I think the BSOD appeared as this http://content.foto.mail.ru/mail/banhelsing/_answers/i-5.jpg
is that your BSOD? 0x00000101 usually refers to a lack of Vcore, and that seems unlikely if you run your cpu at stock speeds redface.gif reinstalling windows wont really help much with this smile.gif
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post #8 of 32
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I was tested processor in prime95 but I close program after 17%, because temperatre it was 90 C. Can i tested until the end?
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I was tested processor in prime95 but I close program after 17%, because temperatre it was 90 C. Can i tested until the end?

Did you try to reseat the cooler?
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Yes, several times.Do you need to back CPU in shop?
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