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post #1 of 21
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i just had my 8350 and i was wondering about the temperature. is 35 degree on idle is a litle bit high for a h100i cooling?
do i read the good temperature too i mean on hwmonitor do i have to take the one across cpu or the temperature where it is write amd fx 8350 temperature because is at 35 idle and the other is at 18 degree ?


thank you for your answer. i'm little bit noob in the overclocking world
post #2 of 21
35C at idle is not a bad temperature, but load is what matters.

What are the names for the 18C and 35C readings?
post #3 of 21
35C is alright but it also depends on ambient temps.

My £20 WC does 39C but has a fan on each side of the RAD
post #4 of 21
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i just had my 8350 and i was wondering about the temperature. is 35 degree on idle is a litle bit high for a h100i cooling?
do i read the good temperature too i mean on hwmonitor do i have to take the one across cpu or the temperature where it is write amd fx 8350 temperature because is at 35 idle and the other is at 18 degree ?


thank you for your answer. i'm little bit noob in the overclocking world

Post a screen shot of your hwmonitor readings , someone will decipher them for you.
I'm guessing that your socket temp is 35 and the reading of 18 is on the chip. ( this is inaccurate however, it isn't unti the 40's C that the vishera's temp will be nearly correct.) But post a screenie then we will know smile.gif
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post #5 of 21
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here is the screenshot with the temperature i was talking XD


these temperature were just after a league of legend game
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here is the screenshot with the temperature i was talking XD

(snip)

these temperature were just after a league of legend game
45C, 34C, and/or 37C are/is fine, but the package temperature maximum of 47.6W seems like L.o.L. is not a good stress test for temperatures, so you should use Prime95, Linpack, and O.C.C.T., but not at the same time.
Edited by L4dd - 7/10/13 at 7:29pm
post #7 of 21
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it's wierd because i tought with a corsair h100i those temperature would be a little bit down close to the ambiant temperature (25 degree) does my thermal have something to do with it? and why my cpu is running at like 4114mhz i didnt overclocked it (yet) is it normal here a screen shot of cpu z about it. i will do a prime 95 tonight to see those temperature when stressed and last question the good tempêrature to read ( not exceed 62) is the one at around 38 35 degree ??
post #8 of 21
Linpack with IntelBurnTest has shown to produce the most C.P.U. heat. Please, will someone confirm this?

I believe that Prime95 might be better suited for R.A.M.:
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1695431

However, I believe that uncore/C.P.U.-N.B. stability testing might be better on IntelBurnTest for my 720B.E., but I cannot remember...
post #9 of 21
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here is the screenshot with the temperature i was talking XD


these temperature were just after a league of legend game
p

use package temp for core, cpu temp is actually socket temp

download coretemp and install it it should conifirn this
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post #10 of 21
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so on coretemp it's giving me the socket temperature because the only temperature i'm reading is 90 degree and cpu #0 is 16 the same as the one written amd fx8350 on hwmonitor?
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