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I just put together my computer, and i'm a first time builder so I'm a little nervous about how I seated my heatsink. The heatsink i'm using is a Hyper 212 EVO. I just ran a stress test and I got temperatures of 69*C max and 27 *C min. I haven't overclocked it at all as of yet. I was hoping to overclock it to 4.0 or 4.5 ghz, but I guess I shouldn't if my temperatures are this high. Should I reseat the heatsink?

edit: I haven't even put my graphics card in yet, so this is just my cpu temperatures
Edited by FattyMcFatFatFatty - 12/7/12 at 11:23pm
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I just put together my computer, and i'm a first time builder so I'm a little nervous about how I seated my heatsink. The heatsink i'm using is a Hyper 212 EVO. I just ran a stress test and I got temperatures of 69*C max and 27 *C min. I haven't overclocked it at all as of yet. I was hoping to overclock it to 4.0 or 4.5 ghz, but I guess I shouldn't if my temperatures are this high. Should I reseat the heatsink?

They are known for getting really toasty due to Intel's manufacturing shortcut to save money.
It can be fixed, but is very risky. It's called "delidding"

Anyway, that's normal for Ivy Bridge. You can go up to 90C in stress tests before you should worry. Under normal use you will never hit your stress test temperatures anyway.
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That seems really high for stock but still in the safe range. I would re-apply your TIM. My 3570k at 4.8 ghz averages 60-65C while folding (100% usage) on most units and gets no warmer then 70C on some of the harder units. Granted I run an h100 in push pull, but yours shouldn't be nearly that warm stock even with a hyper 212
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They are known for getting really toasty due to Intel's manufacturing shortcut to save money.
It can be fixed, but is very risky. It's called "delidding"
Anyway, that's normal for Ivy Bridge. You can go up to 90C in stress tests before you should worry. Under normal use you will never hit your stress test temperatures anyway.

So you say that it is normal for this to happen then? I dont plan on doing any delidding or anything... How much heat does overclocking add if I wanted to go to say 4.5?
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You're perfecetly fine imo , IBT runs hot and 69 during it is nothing to worry about, real world temps will be at least 10-15 degrees lower when gaming than those during IBT. I'm running 4.6 daily with cm evo 212 @ 1.264v under load , Prime goes up to 85-87, while during gaming + streaming how i game has never been past 69-70
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I know IBT runs hotter then prime95. I was wondering if you ran any prime95 test? I am getting 74c with prime95 blind runs. thats at 3.9ghz on stock cooler. I was also looking at the evo 212. Just wondering if it really does a good job on IB or not since they run so hot. Can you run prime95 an report your temps by chance? Thanks just trying to get more info on evo 212 an 3570k. My funds are running low for this rig or so the wifes says:mad:
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