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April 15, 2013 3:49:03 AM

So i'm using fx 8120 3.1ghz

i wanted to ask what is the ideal temp. of cpu just wanna know is my CPU over heating or is it just fine

My temp. when i am browsing is 20 degrees Celsius to around 27 degrees

and when i am gaming its around from 40 degrees Celsius to 50 degrees

I am using Core temp for seeing the temperature

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April 15, 2013 3:55:46 AM

the max temp for that cpu is 61 to 65 celcius so i would be careful what cooling are you using?
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April 15, 2013 4:01:57 AM

Well i'm using cooler master thunder 500W I know know a bad choice but then i had no knowledge of buying Maybe in 2-3 weeks i will change to 550W of corsair PSU but its a maybe if my this PSU gets sold. and main point is i was getting corsair 550W cheaper than Cooler master, will change when i have the money.
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April 15, 2013 4:02:53 AM

ciaranmc2011 said:
the max temp for that cpu is 61 to 65 celcius so i would be careful what cooling are you using?


Max is 90 degrees mate
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April 15, 2013 4:08:26 AM

coolguy12 said:
Well i'm using cooler master thunder 500W I know know a bad choice but then i had no knowledge of buying Maybe in 2-3 weeks i will change to 550W of corsair PSU but its a maybe if my this PSU gets sold. and main point is i was getting corsair 550W cheaper than Cooler master, will change when i have the money.


:lol:  I was talking about cpu heatsink, not cooler psu (you should upgrade that) but to give you piece of mind your temps are fine you could add more case fans get a better heatsink and such if you want a good night sleep and not to think about it
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April 15, 2013 4:11:14 AM

@ciaran, heatsink? Why not the fan or something more "advanced" A heatsink wouldn't be enough for such.
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April 15, 2013 4:13:54 AM

CraftRiot said:
@ciaran, heatsink? Why not the fan or something more "advanced" A heatsink wouldn't be enough for such.


If you would refer back to my previous message i asked him what cpu cooling he was using and he replied back a cooler master psu I assumed he didn't understand and i was trying to be more specific.
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April 15, 2013 4:16:59 AM

Yeah, I know, but anyways. Do you have fans which connect the inside to the outside of the computer tower?
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April 15, 2013 4:23:15 AM

My bad sorry i'm a nob when it comes to CPU's the cpu cooling i'm using is the same which i got from amd with the processor.

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April 15, 2013 4:23:40 AM

How many case fans should i use? 2 will do?
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April 15, 2013 4:25:39 AM

Actually, we are a bit straying from the topic. That is the ideal temperature of the CPU, after all it's 8-cored.
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April 15, 2013 4:29:25 AM

So my Temps are fine?
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April 15, 2013 4:30:45 AM

Judging from my research, I believe so.
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April 15, 2013 4:31:38 AM

Thansk for the info
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April 15, 2013 4:35:29 AM

Thanks for the Best Solution, although this wasn't really a solution. Hahahah, have a good day.
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April 15, 2013 4:47:39 AM

Even thow i was the one who answered your question and you picked his solution no grudges held :lol: . But to help you a bit more did you buy the system or did you build it your self . anyways add as much case fans to your case (if you know which one it is please specify *the case*) to the front for intake and as much to the back and the top for outake this will cause positive pressure

for a heatsink http://www.coolermaster.co.uk/product.php?product_id=66... it's really cheap and the results are great and i know your new at this but there are many great tutorial videos on youtube which you could watch to help you mount it.

Have a good one and what are you using your system for gaming, web browsing etc
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April 15, 2013 5:17:51 AM

I am so sorry ciara i should have selected your's but i found crafts riot solution a bit more user freindly and in straight words

i hope no grudges are held against me mate

and thanks for the info
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April 15, 2013 5:20:26 AM

ciaranmc2011 said:
Even thow i was the one who answered your question and you picked his solution no grudges held :lol: . But to help you a bit more did you buy the system or did you build it your self . anyways add as much case fans to your case (if you know which one it is please specify *the case*) to the front for intake and as much to the back and the top for outake this will cause positive pressure

for a heatsink http://www.coolermaster.co.uk/product.php?product_id=66... it's really cheap and the results are great and i know your new at this but there are many great tutorial videos on youtube which you could watch to help you mount it.

Have a good one and what are you using your system for gaming, web browsing etc


Case is a bit old i dint really change the case from my old computer
i build the pc my self and i use it for everything from gaming to web browsing etc etc
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April 15, 2013 5:24:31 AM

Haha i was joking mate don't sweat it ;)  lol . And do as i suggested it will bring temps down and have a good one mate

Good Luck
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