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I've got my q9550 @ 4.08ghz vcore 1.4, running prime95 for 5hrs my max load temp was 69°.

From what I understand this kinda borderline. Right now I'm running a XIGMATEK HDT-S1283 w/stock fan. Should I consider a new cooler? I was looking at the H70 and Noctua u12p (I can't fit a d14), or should I even bother. Thanks.
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I would personally just grab two identical high flow fans for push/pull, might cut a few c off - maybe some Yate Loon High speed fans? They are quiet, and have a very good flow rate. I don't think you would get much better temps with a different cooler.
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You're fine. Tjmaxx on that chip is 100ºC, so I'd say that anything below 75ºC for 24/7 use
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was it really 69° core temp.. or was it the cpu(case)?
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I was using Realtemp to measure core temp. 69° was the highest, the rest were in the mid sixties.
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You're fine. Tjmaxx on that chip is 100ºC, so I'd say that anything below 75ºC for 24/7 use
Cool thanks what I wanted to hear
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I would personally just grab two identical high flow fans for push/pull, might cut a few c off - maybe some Yate Loon High speed fans? They are quiet, and have a very good flow rate. I don't think you would get much better temps with a different cooler.
Ok thanks, I'll grab a couple new fans. The cooler I have doesn't support push pull but I might be able to zip tie a 2nd fan on there. I was looking at the Gentle Typhoon AP-15 fans, you think it worth twice the cost of the Yate Loons?
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I was using Realtemp to measure core temp. 69° was the highest, the rest were in the mid sixties.
like the others said.. with theese temps you can easily relax
post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by rsfkevski View Post
You're fine. Tjmaxx on that chip is 100ºC, so I'd say that anything below 75ºC for 24/7 use
This ^^..

Keep your core temperatures under 75C all the time..

Keep your LOAD Vcore under 1.40V all the time..

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Awesome thanks guys, mind at ease.
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