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Temps, CPU at 100 at 59 C, and CPU/GPU usage

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June 7, 2013 2:21:55 PM

Hi,

I've just set up my new pc,

I got an i7 3770k, and a Ge Force GTX 670 on a GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD5H mobo

opened blender, modeling program, and with some demanding stuff got cpu to 100% load (Windows task manager), and temp got up to 59 C, monitored with CPUID HWMonitor.
I have a Noctua NH-U9B SE2, a very nice cooler, in a Cooler Master Storm Trooper case.

Then, doing the same thing where cpu is 100% load, i saw gpu usage at max 37% measured with MSI Afterburner. On HWMonitor, gpu's temp is max 38 C - thats ok right?
..it is not possible that my CPU is bottlenecking the GPU... ?

I have little experience with temps. is 60 C ok for max load cpu? some ppl let it up to 80 C... no...
otherwise at little load it stays around 30-35 C.

Also, any suggestions on temp and usage monitors? for all components?

Thanks.
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June 7, 2013 2:43:26 PM

I Am User said:
Hi,

I've just set up my new pc,

I got an i7 3770k, and a Ge Force GTX 670 on a GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD5H mobo

opened blender, modeling program, and with some demanding stuff got cpu to 100% load (Windows task manager), and temp got up to 59 C, monitored with CPUID HWMonitor.
I have a Noctua NH-U9B SE2, a very nice cooler, in a Cooler Master Storm Trooper case.

Then, doing the same thing where cpu is 100% load, i saw gpu usage at max 37% measured with MSI Afterburner. On HWMonitor, gpu's temp is max 38 C - thats ok right?
..it is not possible that my CPU is bottlenecking the GPU... ?

I have little experience with temps. is 60 C ok for max load cpu? some ppl let it up to 80 C... no...
otherwise at little load it stays around 30-35 C.

Also, any suggestions on temp and usage monitors? for all components?

Thanks.


No, your CPU will not bottleneck your GPU. I can assure you that.

The Ivy-bridge CPUs by Intel can reach up to 105 celcius and the 600 series by Nvidia can reach up to 95-98 depending on the GPU. You're having very nice temperatures.

If you would like to check, if you're bottlenecking then the best way to do it, is to monitor your hardware on-screen while in a game or in an application. I've made a guide to help you to do it, if you really want to check http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxIpOmfLRrM - Still I'm quite confident that you're not getting bottlenecked by your CPU. :) 
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June 7, 2013 3:06:10 PM

Wow that can get real hot..

thanx for assuring this is ok temp, and no bottleneck.

They just assembled the pc; and i check if evth is the way it should be whenever i get something, especially valuable stuff.

thank you again!
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