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If you plan on keeping the stock cooler your temps are fine just don't overclock. You can even turn of HT to keep it cooler. The temps look normal for the stock cooler though.

The H70 is perfect. A little better then the best air cooling even with stock fans. Throw some better fans on it and your golden. At 5ghz my load temps are mid 70s on. Prime95. If I turn my heat on it just about starts to hit 80 on the highest core but thats with one of the most stressful programs. Gaming you'll see low 70s maybe.
No, that's not true.

The Noctua NH-D14 defeats the H70 by around 6ºC-8ºC

I've had H50, H70, and NH-D14, the best BY FAR was NH-D14:

- Cheaper
- Quieter ( A lot quieter! )
- Better temperatures (About 6-8ºC Cooler than H70).

I wouldn't grab an H70 over a Noctua NH-D14 unless you didn't mind having higher temps, higher price...
    
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How about a case?

I went super ghetto and I'm using this exact case, I kid you not:

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I really like the Lian Li cases, also Corsair's D series.
post #24 of 32
that sounds terrible even for a stock cooler... scrounge around for some extra cash and get yourself an aftermarket cooler nao!
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What are you using to monitor temps. My 2600k runs 38c at idle according to coretemp, and 50c according to the bios monitor on my asus board. I am using the stock cooler and paste temporarily. Which temp monitor is right you think? coretemp or the bios?
    
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I'm using HWMonitor from CPUID to monitor my temps.

It does seem a bit hot to what others are getting.
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post #27 of 32
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After resetting the CMOS on my motherboard, my temps went down ~10C (39C-45C), but my RAM speed, which is meant to be set to 1600MHz, was underclocked to 1333MHz, and the timing were set to 10-10-10-25, when they should be 8-9-8-24.

I forgot to set these values back and booted into Windows and noticing my temps were down, but my RAM was unclocked.

So after putting my RAM back to normal, my temperatures went back up to running hot like before.

I'm running a beta BIOS (1.10b5), but it still did the same thing as the stock 1.9 BIOS.

Is this supposed to be happening?
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post #28 of 32
I used hwmonitor and it's showing 28-34c on average. I'm sure if I used some aftermarket paste it would go down a few degrees as well. Not sure how good the stock cooler is suppose to be, or what's normal temps with the stock cooler. Low to mid 30s seems about average for a 2600k with a stock cooler at idle, and maybe 50-60c during load in games from what I've read around the net.
    
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I'm using some Arctic Silver 5 thermal compound.

I think this has something to do with my RAM because of that second timing.

Any further knowledge on this?
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Thats not normal for the stock intel heatsink. Use less paste and get it spread as evenly as you can by pushing on it before locking it down.
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