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post #11 of 69
how did you apply your thermal paste?
and did you remove the pre-applied paste on the corsair block
before putting your paste on?
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post #12 of 69
Quote:
Originally Posted by Manishmanny View Post

C temps, is it bad?
In my opinion looks rather ok, but the easiest way to check it is... OCCT test in stress. Check the maximum temp - that will tell you if everything with your cooling is OK.

19*C at Idle is just impossible - unless you have 0*C condition in room. wink.gif Many CPU temp indicators programs shows impossible values in idle.
post #13 of 69
How did you apply the TIM? Just a small pea sized drop in the center and then place the cooler down on it. Remember, less is better. Don't lift up the cooler. The point is to not have any air bubbles in the TIM and to use the thinnest layer possible.
post #14 of 69
Quote:
Originally Posted by rad3onPL View Post

In my opinion looks OK - the easiest way to check it is... OCCT test in stress. Check the maximum temp - that will tell you if everything with your cooling is OK.

19*C at Idle is just impossible - unless you have 0*C condition in room. wink.gif Many CPU temp indicators programs shows impossible values in idle.

only one of my cores is at 19c the rest sit at 25c to 30c at idle as it depends on what each core is doing.
and my home office temp is 58f, and all my fans run at max speed.
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post #15 of 69
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Originally Posted by rad3onPL View Post

19*C at Idle is just impossible

No it isn't impossible if you are running at stock speeds. I have ran idle at 19c , but it was on a delidded chip at stock. Also, temps at idle don't matter unless they are crazy high. All that matters is your temps on load. Then again it would be nice to have cool idle temps.
post #16 of 69
Ohhh yea I totally just thought of the most common problem with bad temps on these coolers.

Is your backplate on correctly?? There should be two cutouts where the screws on the back of your motherboard are supposed to go through. If you put the backplate on it will raise your block and give you bad temps.
post #17 of 69
Hold the ship, hold the ship.

Just noticed in your screen that your VID is 1.2960v. That is crazy high. With a vcore of 1.3 your vid should be around 1.0somthing. So with a vid like yours your vcore is likely astonomical.
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The temperatures you've provided and many have given on this thread are useless without giving the ambient. Your rooms ambient temp could be 40c and as such the your 3570ks temperatures wouldn't be bad at all. Just giving you some advice because a lot of people were reporting cooler chips but almost nobody was given ambient temperature. As phantom nzxt has pointed out your vcore is way too high for stock clocks. Go into your bios and try to bring the voltage down thumb.gif
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Just got done resetting block and re-applying TIM. I'm at 37 C idle and 78 C with 100% load.

I installed the backplate right,.

do i need to return this cpu? what do ocn. is this too hot?
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The temperatures you've provided and many have given on this thread are useless without giving the ambient. Your rooms ambient temp could be 40c and as such the your 3570ks temperatures wouldn't be bad at all. Just giving you some advice because a lot of people were reporting cooler chips but almost nobody was given ambient temperature. As phantom nzxt has pointed out your vcore is way too high for stock clocks. Go into your bios and try to bring the voltage down thumb.gif

my room temp is around 75 degrees. Fahrenheit
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