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8700k Temps

I have an 8700K at 4.7 GHz and in prime with avx it hits 95c but in games it goes to 65c to 75c
1.2v voltage and nh d15 cooler
ambient is around 60 to 75f

i was just wondering if these temps were ok idle is around 28c to 35c

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8700k is one of the hottest CPU’s, it’s insanely hot even at stock speeds and prime95 is unrealistic, so your temps are very exceptionall

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The 8700k it's hot, but not because of its power consumption or thermal density. It's because of the tooth paste.

Your temps, are what you would expect from a CPU like that.
By the way. If you're giving us temps, give us temps in one unit of measurement not 20. I understand you guys have a problem there, but it's not ours.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Shenhua View Post
The 8700k it's hot, but not because of its power consumption or thermal density. It's because of the tooth paste.

Your temps, are what you would expect from a CPU like that.
By the way. If you're giving us temps, give us temps in one unit of measurement not 20. I understand you guys have a problem there, but it's not ours.
Perhaps, you should tone down the attitude, that arrogance of yours won’t get you far neither here or in real life.

Btw. If you can't convert simple F to C and vice-versa and have to make such fuss over that.... you definitely have a problem.

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Perhaps, you should tone down the attitude, that arrogance of yours won’t get you far neither here or in real life.



Btw. If you can't convert simple F to C and vice-versa and have to make such fuss over that.... you definitely have a problem.
Call it what you want. You have most monitoring tools using a system that the whole globe is using, you use them too,..... then you're giving values in another system of measurement, cus y.o.l.o.

It's like "im not Spanish, im Catalan (province of Spain), so I'm gonna speak to you in dialect and call it a language only because my ancestors decided they wanted to butcher the main language and I'm so proud of them that I'm gonna speak to you in Catalan, even if we don't understand each other and/or has no practical use in the situation at hand".

It's not arrogance, i just can't stand some things.....and by the way, modesty will keep you stuck in the same place untill you die, it won't get you far either. I'll rather be arrogant, beaten down to my own place, than modest and smell more confident ppl as***s my whole life.

If you are trying to measure something stop overcomplicating things unnecessarily. I'm not saying to use a certain system of measurement over other, I'm saying, choose one and stick with it.
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My ambient room temp is higher than average and mine usually hovers between 30-35c. It's perfectly normal even with decent cooling.



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that's pretty par for the course with intel. If you want lower temps you can always delid and use liquid metal, just be sure you insulate any SMD components on the substrate.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Shenhua View Post
Call it what you want. You have most monitoring tools using a system that the whole globe is using, you use them too,..... then you're giving values in another system of measurement, cus y.o.l.o.

It's like "im not Spanish, im Catalan (province of Spain), so I'm gonna speak to you in dialect and call it a language only because my ancestors decided they wanted to butcher the main language and I'm so proud of them that I'm gonna speak to you in Catalan, even if we don't understand each other and/or has no practical use in the situation at hand".

It's not arrogance, i just can't stand some things.....and by the way, modesty will keep you stuck in the same place untill you die, it won't get you far either. I'll rather be arrogant, beaten down to my own place, than modest and smell more confident ppl as***s my whole life.

If you are trying to measure something stop overcomplicating things unnecessarily. I'm not saying to use a certain system of measurement over other, I'm saying, choose one and stick with it.
You can give me all "your" philosophies and reasons you want, I won’t even bother, you have totally missed the point, but I'm sure in your mind, your theory is right

Good luck with that attitude of yours

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Quote: Originally Posted by BTK View Post
I have an 8700K at 4.7 GHz and in prime with avx it hits 95c but in games it goes to 65c to 75c
1.2v voltage and nh d15 cooler
ambient is around 65 to 75f

i was just wondering if these temps were ok idle is around 28c to 35c
Sounds like your temps are fine.
Prime works CPU harder than 99.9% of users ever do. 28-35c idle and 65-75c gaming is good. What are case and cooler fan speeds when gaming at 60-67c?

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Sounds like your temps are fine.
Prime works CPU harder than 99.9% of users ever do. 28-35c idle and 65-75c gaming is good. What are case and cooler fan speeds when gaming at 60-67c?
Phanteks enthoo primo with 7 fans and d15 @ 100% fan speed

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