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So I just finished partially upgrading my rig... Going from an ASUS P5LD2 to an ASUS Sabertooth Z77, Pentium D 820 to Core i5-3570K. Refer to my sig. Everything seems very stable which is always exciting... thumb.gif

What I need to know is with my old setup on the Pentium D it would idle at about 43C and under full loat go to about 60C with a Cooler Master CPU HS&fan (I forget which one). At the moment I'm using the stock air cooler for the 3570K as I will be picking up new case and the Corsair H100 in about 2weeks. With the stock cooler my idle temps are about 33C which is good but under full load running Prime95 I was hitting 75-80C. What's the "danger zone" for temps?? With the current setup I am not OC'ing, everything is at default settings... CPU is at 3.4Ghz, RAM is at 1866Mhz.
Edited by falcon2099 - 9/1/12 at 7:27am
post #2 of 11
The general consensus seems to be tjmax-20°=85c. Little high for my taste, but it should be safe. Going lower can't hurt.

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post #3 of 11
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Thanks. I'll really only have to worry about temps until I get my new case and H100 in two weeks.
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Update: So I bought my new case and new CPU cooler (Antec Kuhler 920) and everything is great. I am however noticing a pretty large variation in temperature between the cores at idle. C1 & C2 are about 25C-27C but C0 and C3 are usually about 33C-38C. C3 is always higher than the rest whether it be at idle or under load. Normal?? Under full load with Prime95 I hit max 70C so I'm not worried about overheating.

Example. Right now playing WoW all cores are at about 30% usage and temps are:
C0 - 44C
C1 - 38C
C2 - 35C
C3 - 49C
Edited by falcon2099 - 5/30/13 at 4:15pm
post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by falcon2099 View Post

Update: So I bought my new case and new CPU cooler (Antec Kuhler 920) and everything is great. I am however noticing a pretty large variation in temperature between the cores at idle. C1 & C2 are about 25C-27C but C0 and C3 are usually about 33C-38C. C3 is always higher than the rest whether it be at idle or under load. Normal?? Under full load with Prime95 I hit max 70C so I'm not worried about overheating.

Example. Right now playing WoW all cores are at about 30% usage and temps are:
C0 - 44C
C1 - 38C
C2 - 35C
C3 - 49C

Mine vary as well, both pre and post delid.

atm, I'm idling at:
c0: 27
c1: 27
c2: 33
c3: 28
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Hi, I have a 3570k at 4.4 with I think 1.3v(I know this is a little high) and also use a Antec Kuhler 920. The other day I did 100% load with no fans plugged in and reached about 72C at max. I idle at about 30-40 depending on roomtemp, but my temps on the hottest and coldest core are never more than 5C from eachother

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I've seen core0 and core2 vary by as much as 15c while stress testing.
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Originally Posted by falcon2099 View Post

Update: So I bought my new case and new CPU cooler (Antec Kuhler 920) and everything is great. I am however noticing a pretty large variation in temperature between the cores at idle. C1 & C2 are about 25C-27C but C0 and C3 are usually about 33C-38C. C3 is always higher than the rest whether it be at idle or under load. Normal?? Under full load with Prime95 I hit max 70C so I'm not worried about overheating.

Example. Right now playing WoW all cores are at about 30% usage and temps are:
C0 - 44C
C1 - 38C
C2 - 35C
C3 - 49C

dont worry about it, it is normal to experience this, i around up to 10*C under normal load but 0-2*C difference on P95 but on P95 most the time all are equal. your max temps are safe anyway smile.gif
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post #9 of 11
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Any thoughts on the "pea-drop" vs "line" for applying the thermal compound??
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Any thoughts on the "pea-drop" vs "line" for applying the thermal compound??
Both work, depends on the TIM and the person. It is more about getting the right amount, what some call a small drop or thin line may not be what others call it. Less is more, since the average person tends to use too much. I recommend people take the time to test both methods with a few different amounts.

It does take time to test each setup, but you will quickly learn which is best and every time you take the cooler off you can see the TIM fingerprint on both surfaces which shows you how well the cold plate is contacting the IHS.
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