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I5 4570 temperatures a little too high

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Hello,

I have I5 4570 CPU. At Idle temps are at ~42 C and while playing BF3 Multiplayer it stays at around 73 C. Are these temps normal or should I get better cooler? If I should, which one would you recommend from site down below (price needs to be under 100 Lt, even better if below 75 Lt).

http://www.fortakas.lt/Kompiuteriu_komponentai/Ausintuvai/CatalogStore.aspx?CatID=PL_214
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A core temperature of 73C is well within the Intel specification for your CPU so save your money. Running your CPU cooler than this is of no benefit to you or your CPU.
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Originally Posted by RoGearLTU View Post

Hello,

I have I5 4570 CPU. At Idle temps are at ~42 C and while playing BF3 Multiplayer it stays at around 73 C. Are these temps normal or should I get better cooler? If I should, which one would you recommend from site down below (price needs to be under 100 Lt, even better if below 75 Lt).

http://www.fortakas.lt/Kompiuteriu_komponentai/Ausintuvai/CatalogStore.aspx?CatID=PL_214

You're temps are fine. If you don't like them though, then get a coolermaster 212 EVO. It's a great cooler and it's cheap.
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Just curious what is your ambient temperature? Strange that your idle temperature would be kinda high like that.
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You're temps are fine. If you don't like them though, then get a coolermaster 212 EVO. It's a great cooler and it's cheap.

And this. As a previous owner of the Hyper 212 I can confirm it is the best bang for your buck as far as air cooling goes.
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