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i've check with AIDA64, and I don't see any place with temperature... it's me or there is no temp in AIDA? If yes, where?!?!?!?

it is under the computer tab under sensor tab and is should be listed there
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This is it my friend!



This is the temp when i'm IDLE...
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well that seem to show all cores which is good 47c is kinda high for the hyper 212 have you tried installing a second fan on it? them temps are fine but i would think you would get lower temps then that idk but i wouldnt be worried about it as long as your temps dont go above 71c which the max amd recommends is 71.3°C which you havent reached yet so you will be fine if you want to get better temps you will have to upgrade your cooler or add a second fan if you havent already
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well that seem to show all cores which is good 47c is kinda high for the hyper 212 have you tried installing a second fan on it? them temps are fine but i would think you would get lower temps then that idk but i wouldnt be worried about it as long as your temps dont go above 71c which the max amd recommends is 71.3°C which you havent reached yet so you will be fine if you want to get better temps you will have to upgrade your cooler or add a second fan if you havent already

I'ce change the Evo with the Cool Master Geminii s524, because with the EVO I cannot close my case. I've made a custom panel made from thin massonite, and with the Gemini I have 3c less... The heatsink that touch the cpu is a complete block, with the Artic 5 paste, I have temp between 44-47c....

Fan I have: 129mm inside the power supply to suck the air inside to the little 80mm outside, a 120mm in the heatsink, and the fan is very close to the ventillation hole in the panel, so the air is take from outside and always fresh, a 80mm fan in the front of the case and another 80mm at the back to suck out the air.

So i think I have a good airflow with cool air. I've check the temp, and now I've close the software to not get crazy with the temp of my cpu. I know I have good ventillation, my cpu run stock speed, no OC and 4 extras fan to push and pull air in right direction to get a good airflow.
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After reflexion, i will go for watercooling... I don't want to overclock, just have a cool APU. I've check some review, test and youtube video, to finaly buy from amazon the Crosair Hydro Series H80i (http://www.corsair.com/us/hydro-series-h80i-high-performance-liquid-cpu-cooler.html).
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Tell me what you think. I've buy the Thermaltake Water 2.0, and running rightnow for about 25min Prime95. 61c stable. I don't have a good case, it's a mini one (Asus M11BB computer) but 61c stable with prime95 running for about 25min, I thinks is good.

Idle with a fan/heatsink of watercooling, 47c. But with prime95 running with fan/heatsink i can get over 70-75c... now it's only 60 stable, no move, and only 1 fan on the radiator (i will install the second fan for the push/pull effect (right now is only push in the radiator)
post #17 of 18
i think your temps are fine and i wouldn't recommend spending so much money on cooling if you don't plan to overclock and prime 95 temps are no where near real world temps so you shouldn't reach that high during everyday use and im sure your athlon xp 2600 ran alot warmer smile.gif
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Nope, I don't want to touch the OC... but i just like to keep my component cool. I've just buy another case (mid-tower) because right now I have a very small tower and not enough space in.

This is my case:


I've buy this one (Xion 570):


After that, no more money on this computer!!!
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