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A stock heatsink should be able to cool that fine. Might want to see if it's attached properly.
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post #12 of 62
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post

Please see my most recent post above.

Sorry about that. My case is in the open
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It seems that my temperatures with just about everything else are pretty good. I'm idling currently at 35c
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post #14 of 62
i would also second the option of using the hyper 212+
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post #15 of 62
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i would also second the option of using the hyper 212+

Again, I'm worried about crap getting into my case. If I wanted to install that heatsink, I'd have to remove my side panel
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post #16 of 62

Please answer my other question.  The other question was, is your stock heatsink loose or wobbly at all?  Can you wiggle it?  If so, then this would mean that it's way too loose.

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post #17 of 62
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post

Please answer my other question.  The other question was, is your stock heatsink loose or wobbly at all?  Can you wiggle it?  If so, then this would mean that it's way too loose.

Give a minute on that one, let me open her up right quick
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post #18 of 62
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Again, I'm worried about crap getting into my case. If I wanted to install that heatsink, I'd have to remove my side panel

 

Huh?  What "crap"?  Your temps are extremely high, therefore you have no choice but to open the side panel and check to see if the Intel stock heatsink is installed securely.  It needs to be so secure that you could be convinced that it's welded to the motherboard.  That's how secure it needs to feel.  If it's loose at all, then you will need to reinstall it immediately.

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post #20 of 62

Hey, can we slow down a bit?  He might not need to buy an aftermarket cooler.  It's very possible that the Intel stock heatsink is just loose.

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