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87.5F? That's pretty cool is it not?(IDK I use Celsius all the time and only really know how to compare with C)

87 is like low 30's in celsius isn't it?
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It has a thin layer of thermal paste. I applied a pea size amount on it, then rub it in and removed the excess.
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A pea sized amount?

Wayyyyyy too much. Even if you "removed the excess."
I'd like to see how you did this.
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Originally Posted by Ragnarok View Post
87.5F? That's pretty cool is it not?(IDK I use Celsius all the time and only really know how to compare with C)

87 is like low 30's in celsius isn't it?
That's 30.83 degrees Celsius.
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A pea sized amount?

Wayyyyyy too much. Even if you "removed the excess."
I'd like to see how you did this.
What I mean is I applied the paste, then basically rubbed it off.

To look at the heat sink all you'd see is what looks like a greyish film, you can mostly still see he copper.
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The fan does come on that's correct. It ask me do I want to ignore the message. However when I do then I go into the BIOS it shows the fan speed in RED and my CPU temp is 87.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

This is this a problem, right?
87.5 Fahrenheit? Where do you see the temp displayed like that?
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What I mean is I applied the paste, then basically rubbed it off.

To look at the heat sink all you'd see is what looks like a greyish film, you can mostly still see he copper.
In that case, you may need a tad bit more to effectively make heat transfer happen all happy-like
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87.5 Fahrenheit? Where do you see the temp displayed like that?
I have an American Megatrends BIOS. Under the Power Heading and the Hardware monitor subheading it displays the CPU temp MOBO temp and so fourth.

It shows my fan at approx. 400-405 RPMs. And my CPU temp which began at 75 degrees gradually increases to approx 87 degrees Fahrenheit
post #19 of 32
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One thing I did not mention about my Tuniq is the rheostat was not hooked up. It would not fit the back of my case.
post #20 of 32
Your temps are fine. Just disable fan warning in the BIOS, and you will be good to go.
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