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Hi everyone! I'm new here but was wondering if I could possibly get some help/advice on my temperatures. It would be much appreciated.

i7 3770k with a Hyper 212 Evo, 2 fans-Push/Pull, nothing overclocked. Ambient about 26. When I run RealTemp and/or Core Temp it states that the processor is running 100% at 3.9ghz and I seem to hit a max temp on core 1 of 74. I am using Intel Burn Test on Maximum Torture and running 10 cycles. I also tried Prime 95 on any of the FTT's for about 30min (8 threads?). Heavy work.

Is 74 max on one core a good number for the i7 3770k? All other cores seem to be within 10 degrees of this number. Just wondering if I got the install right or not...

All of this in a Level 10 GT case with LOTS of air movement, so please disregard ventilation as an issue... smile.gif

Thanks in advance!
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post #2 of 16
re set Heatsink and reapply tim
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As PontiacGTX said.
I would expect temps in low to mid 60's assuming your ambient is about 22c.
I'm guessing either your case is getting hot or your cooler isn't mounted properly.
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I re-applied new TIM. Removed all old TIM of course. Done properly. Still getting around the same temps. 40ish on idle, 74-76 in IBT on maximum stress. Ambient is around 25-26.

Is there something I'm missing here? BIOS settings? Fan control? I have not changed anything at all in the BIOS? Is the fan running 100% when the CPU is at 100% load?
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Mmmmh, yes they seems a little bit high. I have an ambient temp of 22C and the same setup as you (exept my case is a 650D and my EVO only has push) and I get 34C on idle and 65C on load. I thought my temps were high.

How do you apply your thermal paste ? The best way is a little pea in the center of the cpu. Spreading it is bad because it can form some air bubbles under the heatsink!
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which is your ambient temperature? in which way you apply TIM? the besy is this
http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=170&Itemid=38&limit=1&limitstart=5


76 degrees is acceptable with i7 3770k Oced

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/cpu_cooler_roundup_2013_q1_review,10.html
Edited by PontiacGTX - 3/27/13 at 3:11pm
post #7 of 16
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Originally Posted by 99Cookies View Post

Mmmmh, yes they seems a little bit high. I have an ambient temp of 22C and the same setup as you (exept my case is a 650D and my EVO only has push) and I get 34C on idle and 65C on load. I thought my temps were high.

How do you apply your thermal paste ? The best way is a little pea in the center of the cpu. Spreading it is bad because it can form some air bubbles under the heatsink!

I applied thermal paste properly. Pea-sized amount (bit smaller).

Have you changed ANY settings in your BIOS for fan control?
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Originally Posted by shizwack View Post

I applied thermal paste properly. Pea-sized amount (bit smaller).

Have you changed ANY settings in your BIOS for fan control?

I've set it so my cpu stays at [62.5C] max temp, and that the lowest rpm % is [25%]
the [ something ] is the actual value i've set in my bios (MSI Mpower z77)
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*Intel says Tcase for i7 3770k is 67.4c
*Tcase is the maximum safe operating temperature
*Tcase refers to the temperature that you can measure using a thermocouple embedded in the centre of the heat spreader, but this is only done in the factory by Intel or by users willing to drill their heat spreaders open to insert a thermocouple
*Core Temp is at the core itself in CPU
*Core Temp is about 7-10c higher than Tcase

That means about 77.4c is the maximum safe operating temp according to Intel

I like to stay 5-10c below that for a safe maximum temp for long high load use of CPU. Probably don't need to but I feel better. wink.gif
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*Intel says Tcase for i7 3770k is 67.4c
*Tcase is the maximum safe operating temperature
*Tcase refers to the temperature that you can measure using a thermocouple embedded in the centre of the heat spreader, but this is only done in the factory by Intel or by users willing to drill their heat spreaders open to insert a thermocouple
*Core Temp is at the core itself in CPU
*Core Temp is about 7-10c higher than Tcase

That means about 77.4c is the maximum safe operating temp according to Intel

I like to stay 5-10c below that for a safe maximum temp for long high load use of CPU. Probably don't need to but I feel better. wink.gif

That's some useful information. Could you please explain the difference between this and TJMax (which is 105 degrees)

- Also, I've heard that the stock cooler will run the CPU at 90+ degrees, so I'm not sure I can make any sense of what you are saying... Curious...
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