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i5-650 temp way too high

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I recently built this rig.... and started playing crysis 2 under gamer settings to see what it would do... on a whim I loaded asus pcprobe and noticed temp of 101c after about an hour of play...

running stock cooling fan atm but adding a noctua u9b se2 in the next few weeks... in the mean time I re-sat stock cooler and noticed a temp drop of about 10c afterwards... should I worry untill I can install new HSF?

ALso note pc sits at 32c idle
Edited by HardheadedMurphy - 3/28/11 at 4:03pm
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since you are on the stock cooler, I wouldn't be too suprised, but since it dropped 10c with a reseat that means you had a bad seating with your first try.

I wouldn't worry about it too much if you are replacing the HS.

do you have the CPU overclocked at all? what voltages is it running under load?
that stuff might explain high heat a bit.
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redo the thermal paste.

Only use a small amount.


Such a high delta like that sounds like either it is seated wrong, or the TIM is bad.

my 650 never really got above 60c on the stock cooler.
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Cpu is running at stock voltages... (i'm a little timid about overclocking atm)
Edited by HardheadedMurphy - 3/28/11 at 2:47pm
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Cpu is running at stock voltages... (i'm a little timid about overclocking atm)
well auto can sometimes put more volts through the chip then needed, so get something like cpuz and just check the volts to get a rough guess of what they are doing. if they are going too high then you can set it manually with the help of your fellow OCNers.
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voltages are as follows: (under Prime95 Strestest Small FFT)
MC 1.12v
DRAM VTDR .77v
CPU 1.24v
CPU PLL 1.80v
PCH 1.06v
3.3v 3.42v
DRAM Bus 1.55v
ty for the imput and I'll be checking back when I get new HSF installed and ready to OC
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