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Alright cool xD. I checked my temps during a l4d2 session and it was ~44 on core 1, the hottest core, after 2 hours. Its usually at around that also when i play a graphical intensive game like BFBC2.
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the temps are weird full load i7 2600k 4.8ghz core 1 51C and core 3 68C
    
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2600K with integrated gfx? I think CPU is bottlenecking your beast GFX card
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I didn't see anyone respond to this but....

Just wondering if it's normal having Prime95 100% load temps on i5 2500k of up to 63C when Oced at 4.4ghz and 1.310v?

This test is done in a room with temps around 82-86F (27.7-30C).
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I didn't see anyone respond to this but....

Just wondering if it's normal having Prime95 100% load temps on i5 2500k of up to 63C when Oced at 4.4ghz and 1.310v?

This test is done in a room with temps around 82-86F (27.7-30C).
Temps look fine to me considering you have a pretty high ambient.
My i7 980x @ 4ghz and 1.25v gets to those temps with ambient of about 24c
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Temps look fine to me considering you have a pretty high ambient.
My i7 980x @ 4ghz and 1.25v gets to those temps with ambient of about 24c
Yah but the first generation i5 and i7 CPUs had a higher temp limits.
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Yah but the first generation i5 and i7 CPUs had a higher temp limits.
They actually had lower tcase limits. If you check on the intel site the i7980x
has a tcase of 67.9c & the i5 2500k has a tcase of 72.6c.
As there is no way of measuring tcase temps the general rule is to use real temp or core temp and then subtract 5c from the reading to give approximate tcase temp.
So going on that rule your tcase temp is about 58c well inside the max of 72.6.
Your temps in normal use will be way below stress testing temps so you have nothing to worry about imo.
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I see everybody saying that normal use temps are lower then when benchmarking. But my question is, whith which program? Because I stress tested my AMD X3 450 and in coretemp it reached 50C with Prime95 Large FTT's and the system was stable for 8 hours. BUT when I played GTA 4 my temps reached 54C I think and the system also crashed, so I had to quit the game and restart, so it wasn't stable....

So, does that mean that GTA4 is stressing the CPU more then Prime95?
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I see everybody saying that normal use temps are lower then when benchmarking. But my question is, whith which program? Because I stress tested my AMD X3 450 and in coretemp it reached 50C with Prime95 Large FTT's and the system was stable for 8 hours. BUT when I played GTA 4 my temps reached 54C I think and the system also crashed, so I had to quit the game and restart, so it wasn't stable....

So, does that mean that GTA4 is stressing the CPU more then Prime95?
I think you'll find that the GTA 4 game is the problem. If you google 'GTA 4 crashes my pc' there are numerous reports of bugs in the game that are crashing pc's. As for the heat, don't forget that everything in the pc is producing more heat when playing a graphics intensive game, gpu, cpu, northbridge and even the psu(because of the high draw of power from the graphics card). Whereas prime 95 is just primarily stressing the cpu.
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