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i5 3350p temps stock cooler.

hey! I was just wondering what good temps for a 3350p cpu are with the stock cooler. I recently built a mini itx build and my temps feel a tad high. I am running at about 30-35c at 1-10 percent load and 40-50c at 30-50 % load. as said, this feels a little high. anyways, tell me what you think.
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  1. temps look fine, assuming your ambient temp is 23c , a 7c delta with a stock cooler is perfectly normal. A cpu on a stock cooler can get as hot as 70c and still be considered normal.
  2. Your temps seem fine to me. With %50 load your max temp (50c) is still in a good range I believe, surely can't hurt your system and shouldn't affect performance.

    I am curious what it would be with %75+ load but as long as you don't reach 80c or higher I wouldn't worry..

    I like to use CPU-Z with logging enabled to test monitoring my temps during intense gaming scenes
  3. oczdude8 said:
    temps look fine, assuming your ambient temp is 23c , a 7c delta with a stock cooler is perfectly normal. A cpu on a stock cooler can get as hot as 70c and still be considered normal.


    thank you! very helpfull. I always have used aftermarket coolers and i could not find one for my mini itx build.
  4. its way under tjmax 90c and u need to wrry only when it goes above 75c
  5. a tx3 would fit in there
    its 14$ only
  6. jackson1420 said:
    Your temps seem fine to me. With %50 load your max temp (50c) is still in a good range I believe, surely can't hurt your system and shouldn't affect performance.

    I am curious what it would be with %75+ load but as long as you don't reach 80c or higher I wouldn't worry..

    I like to use CPU-Z with logging enabled to test monitoring my temps during intense gaming scenes


    could you tell me how to get temps from cpu-z?
  7. Best answer
    the best prog to get temps is HWmonitor
  8. Sn1992-1361850 said:
    the best prog to get temps is HWmonitor


    +1 because it gives temps system wide, not just of your cpu. However cpu-z and gpu-z give a much more detailed and insightful breakdown of your cpu/gpu's performance, but are limited to information on that part alone, exclusive of the rest of your system. hw monitor is great for runing while gaming as it'll log current and highest temps of all parts of your system, as well as power usage and fan speeds. good to check out after some intense gaming streaks so you can get a feeling of how your system is running while you game.
  9. Cpt Underpants said:
    Sn1992-1361850 said:
    the best prog to get temps is HWmonitor


    +1 because it gives temps system wide, not just of your cpu. However cpu-z and gpu-z give a much more detailed and insightful breakdown of your cpu/gpu's performance, but are limited to information on that part alone, exclusive of the rest of your system. hw monitor is great for runing while gaming as it'll log current and highest temps of all parts of your system, as well as power usage and fan speeds. good to check out after some intense gaming streaks so you can get a feeling of how your system is running while you game.


    aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh just checked my temps and they are crazy!!!!!! everything is around 30-40c and TMPIN2 SHOWS 127C!!!! THAT IS CRAZY! WHAT IS WRONG?!
  10. No need to worry about it its a faulty sensor
  11. Sn1992-1361850 said:
    No need to worry about it its a faulty sensor


    OH THANK GOD
  12. Yeah
    Remember core temps are the most important
    Dont frget to close the post
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