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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-13-2020, 01:36 PM - Thread Starter
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Spiking Temps on Intel 10700 Stock Cooler

Recently upgraded by local shop, and some reason my temps spike to not so good levels, seen 95-100C even just running a simple Windows Defender scan. I know i need to get the CPU cooler upgraded to better one when i can afford it, meanwhile is there anything i can do to keep the temps around 80-85C and not go into the 90's anymore?

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Shop installed it, so i assume thermal paste was applied, not good at dealing with coolers, or that stuff myself, so i hope they put enough on, and keeps working fine


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P.S. I don't plan to really overclock, but occasionaly use a little Turbo boost if possible
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well it's good that you don't plan to OC since you can't with that board or that CPU, lol.

lower the voltage in the BIOS and/or set a more aggressive fan curve.

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Ok will look into setting a more aggressive fan curve, not too experienced with that aspect of things, but i'm sure can figure it out, just will take some reading and time to get it done, Motherboard is Gigabyte B460M-DS3H, with Intel 10700 Stock Cooler LGA 1200
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What upgrades were done by the shop? What was changed (motherboard and CPU, just CPU, more?), what did you have before, and did you have warm temperatures with what you had before?

There's a lot to consider, including case, cooling (fan and airflow) arrangement, as well as ambient temperatures (if you're where it is currently Summer, is room temperature high?).

That being said, a stock cooler on a Core i7 10700 (non-K) might not keep it super cool and quiet, but it shouldn't be nearing 100C running a virus/malware scan either (unless I'm vastly misunderstanding how demanding that may be or something, but when I run Security Essentials I didn't even notice it performance-wise or noise-wise on my old Core i5 2500K so I don't think that should be putting such a demand on a higher core CPU?).

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Well I picked out a new case, Thermaltake V200, New Motherboard/CPU--Gigabyte B460M & Intel I7 10700, room temp is about 65-70F i think, it varies though depending on local conditions, A/C is on when it's hotter, right now in one non demanding game at 49C, just got concerned when i ran the first scan with Defender after a clean install, that it got to 100C, on a few cores.

**Not Sure if i ever removed the plastic covering the Glas side cover on inside the case of my side panel window---not sure if that would affect cooling or not--first time ever had a case with a Window myself here**

Previous board was OEM Asus G11CD-K, Intel I7 7700, with 1 Rear 92 Mm exhaust fan in that old case

Maybe nothing to worry on, or i worry too much lol. 3 Front Intake fans on Case(unknown how well they intake air, 1 rear 120MM Exhaust, room for top of case for 2 120, or 140mm fans as well, ((adding soon as i can))

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Quote: Originally Posted by Princess Garnet View Post
What upgrades were done by the shop? What was changed (motherboard and CPU, just CPU, more?), what did you have before, and did you have warm temperatures with what you had before?

There's a lot to consider, including case, cooling (fan and airflow) arrangement, as well as ambient temperatures (if you're where it is currently Summer, is room temperature high?).

That being said, a stock cooler on a Core i7 10700 (non-K) might not keep it super cool and quiet, but it shouldn't be nearing 100C running a virus/malware scan either (unless I'm vastly misunderstanding how demanding that may be or something, but when I run Security Essentials I didn't even notice it performance-wise or noise-wise on my old Core i5 2500K so I don't think that should be putting such a demand on a higher core CPU?).

10700 stock boosts to 100mhz higher than a 9900K and it's being cooled by this:



your 2500K might be a similar TDP but TDP isn't power consumption. a 2600K stock pulls 106 watts from the wall, a 10700 with turbo enabled draws 254 watts. OP could be running on an open test bench with a dozen 3000 RPM industrial Noctuas pointed straight at it and his temps would be poor, lol.

lower the voltage. stock/auto voltage gives my 9900K ~1.35v when it needs less than 1.25v. My H115i struggles to cool my 9900K at 1.25v let alone 1.35v.

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The reason for asking for everything that changed was to try and minimize causes. If, say, you changed only the CPU or CPU plus motherboard, and the prior stuff ran well below what you have now, you could (nearly) rule out things like local conditions, case airflow, etc.

If you changed case, then a lot of airflow things change as a result. What happens if you test other games? Benchmarks? Programs/uses that load many cores highly? You're going to need to test out a lot of other games and programs to try and get a more accurate picture; one game and virus/malware program isn't enough. You need to find out if this warrants contacting the shop about it, and the sooner, the better.

Usually when I do a quick scan with Security Essentials, they are, well... quick and I don't notice any performance impact, so I never thought much of them. I just started a full scan to see how heavy it is (I do have a game, largely a single threaded one, going too). Though, unless we're comparing the same program, I guess this is a pointless comparison, but in my case, it does load my CPU about as much as a game would. My ambient/room temperature is a bit warmer than yours too.



So I'd do more checking to see what the overall landscape is like. You need to establish if the game you tried with half the temperature result was a light outlier, or if the scan was. If you're getting 10C (or more) lower in most other cases and the 90C+ is rare, I'd say it's probably not cause for concern on a stock cooler that isn't that close to throttling, but if you're closer to throttling, you might have airflow or cooling issues somewhere.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
10700 stock boosts to 100mhz higher than a 9900K and it's being cooled by this:

Hm, seems I'm just underestimating how warm Intel's recent CPUs run, then. I thought the standard Core i7 10700 (non-K) shouldn't run quite as warm. I also figured the supplied standard cooler, while it might not keep it very cool and quiet, should at least be preventing it from near throttling?

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
10700 stock boosts to 100mhz higher than a 9900K and it's being cooled by this:



your 2500K might be a similar TDP but TDP isn't power consumption. a 2600K stock pulls 106 watts from the wall, a 10700 with turbo enabled draws 254 watts. OP could be running on an open test bench with a dozen 3000 RPM industrial Noctuas pointed straight at it and his temps would be poor, lol.

lower the voltage. stock/auto voltage gives my 9900K ~1.35v when it needs less than 1.25v. My H115i struggles to cool my 9900K at 1.25v let alone 1.35v.
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Why not get a new cooler? $20 and boom problem solved!
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