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I have a question. This is my first time using an Aftermarket cooler. Do I have to let the TIM cure before I boot up? Any time length, or is it ok to go. Ive always just booted up with stock stuff, never had any problems.

Also, on the application. Do I have to cram some down in the crevices or just put 3 lines in the crevices? Thanks.
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ill dl prime 95 and post temps later,
during pc idle and web browsing my clock speed says 1600.2mhz, why is it not at the 3..3ghz like it used to be after over clocking. ID like idle speed to be 3.3 and have it kick up to 4.7 when needed, any advice?

It's normal, it does this at idle to save power when it doesn't need to do anything intensive.

But you can turn it off in BIOS, it's a power saving feature. I prefer leaving it on.
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one final question jdip before i run prime95. I installed core temp to keep track of all cores in task bar, core 0 is at 24c.... core 1 ,2,3 are all 34c +/- 2c why such a big difference between that one core. core temp has that core in red and the code for red means critical temp..
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I have a question. This is my first time using an Aftermarket cooler. Do I have to let the TIM cure before I boot up? Any time length, or is it ok to go. Ive always just booted up with stock stuff, never had any problems.
Also, on the application. Do I have to cram some down in the crevices or just put 3 lines in the crevices? Thanks.

do you have the evo or the hyper 212 plus? if the hyper 212 plus, cram some in the 3 cracks and then apply an even coat over cooler base with a credit card.

if you have the evo, just put an even coat over cooler. install and your good to go
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one final question jdip before i run prime95. I installed core temp to keep track of all cores in task bar, core 0 is at 24c.... core 1 ,2,3 are all 34c +/- 2c why such a big difference between that one core. core temp has that core in red and the code for red means critical temp..

Hmm not really sure what to say, that is a pretty big discrepancy. But I wouldn't worry too much about it since sometimes my cores have differences of like 8c or something. I wouldn't worry at all about core temp saying it is a critical temp at all, you only want to start getting worried at 85-90+c. I like to keep mine under 75c at all times though. The max safe temp rating on the 2500k is 98c.
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well if you are doing something else then yeah it might have some discrepancies, it happens to me sometimes too
   
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Got the Cooler Master 212 Evo to replace my Corsair H60 and I love it biggrin.gif It dropped my temps from 63-65c at max load to 54-57c biggrin.gif
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Got the Cooler Master 212 Evo to replace my Corsair H60 and I love it biggrin.gif It dropped my temps from 63-65c at max load to 54-57c biggrin.gif

I would have thought the H60 would be better at cooling
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