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Are this Xeon temps correct? Or buy a Noctua cooler?

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Hello, I recently got a Xeon 1240v2 for my server, and with the Intel Stock cooler, i Got 30-40ºC under the usual load and 65ºC at 80% Load.

Are those temps right? Or may I consider buying a Cooler ( I was thinking about the Noctua NH-U9B SE2)

Thanks!
post #2 of 6
This seems a bit hot for a 69w cpu, but if you won't be going 24/7 with 100% load you should be fine.
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What would be the recommended temperature for running it ad full 24/7?
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What would be the recommended temperature for running it ad full 24/7?

The chip will run fine up to 105*C just like all of the other Ivy based CPU's. Don't worry about it too much unless the stock cooler is too loud for you, or it starts hitting 90*C+.
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xeon stock coolers are actually VERY good coolers. it doesn't look fancy like the aftermarket coolers, but they DO get the job done. intel isn't about to risk their business/professional market share by supplying/using cheap coolers biggrin.gif I wouldn't worry about it much.
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Ok, i did some test and with 100% load, i get max of 70-74*C

So I might keep the stock cooler.
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