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Intel I5-3470 3.20Ghz Temp

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May 4, 2013 5:51:35 PM

Hi guys. I just had a question about my I5. Today it was hot out. I live in the lower mainland of BC Canada and I think it got up to about........25C. So it was pretty hot out. I was playing Killing floor with my fans going at 70% I use Real temp and AMD CCC to get my temps. My Graphics was fine I got to like 50C which is normal for a GPU but my Processor MAX temp was 53C on one of the cores. So what do you think. Is that normal???.

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-Jordan

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May 4, 2013 5:59:08 PM

yes, any temperature under 70 is fine generally. 50c isnt much to a processing chip
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May 4, 2013 6:04:35 PM

dudewitbow said:
yes, any temperature under 70 is fine generally. 50c isnt much to a processing chip


Ahhh Good to know. Thank you very much! I am now care free haha.
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May 4, 2013 6:08:59 PM

Modern processors can usually handle about 100C. The maximum temp on your CPU I believe is in the 105C neighborhood. If you stay under 90C on both your CPU and GPU it should be fine, but I'd start looking at upgrading my cooling situation (and cleaning dust) above 80C. The point is, 53C, while gaming, is not high at all.
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May 4, 2013 9:51:51 PM

hapkido said:
Modern processors can usually handle about 100C. The maximum temp on your CPU I believe is in the 105C neighborhood. If you stay under 90C on both your CPU and GPU it should be fine, but I'd start looking at upgrading my cooling situation (and cleaning dust) above 80C. The point is, 53C, while gaming, is not high at all.


Again. Thank you so much. I love how I can ask a question on here and get help within a day :D 
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