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cpu temps after cooler master hyper evo 212

hi I stressed my cpu by prime95 small fft and i got 73c without overclocked

is there something wrong with the cooler ??
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  1. What cpu ?
  2. gcatalin said:
    What cpu ?


    i-7 4770
  3. anyone ?
  4. May have too much thermal compound, what kind did you use? If new and it's AS it takes a few days to cure, those temps aren't all that out of control for Prime
  5. That's why i asked about the cpu, i had a hunch it was a haswell. The haswell cpus tend to get very warm so 73 is well within the range of normal temps for a 4770 especially if you are running the new prime with avx. But even if it's the old non-AVX prime95. Don't worry about it, if prime gets it to 73, normal daily use apps will not get it past 55-60. Haswell just runs hot.
  6. Tradesman1 said:
    May have too much thermal compound, what kind did you use? If new and it's AS it takes a few days to cure, those temps aren't all that out of control for Prime


    I used Arctic Silver 5 and i used pea method and i think i didn`t overdose the amount
    but i remember it was slightly left to the center of the cpu..maybe 0.001% to left
  7. Tradesman1 said:
    May have too much thermal compound, what kind did you use? If new and it's AS it takes a few days to cure, those temps aren't all that out of control for Prime


    I used Arctic Silver 5 and i used pea method,i think i didn`t overdose the amount
    but i remember it was slightly left to the center of the cpu..maybe 0.001% to left
  8. gcatalin said:
    That's why i asked about the cpu, i had a hunch it was a haswell. The haswell cpus tend to get very warm so 73 is well within the range of normal temps for a 4770 especially if you are running the new prime with avx. But even if it's the old non-AVX prime95. Don't worry about it, if prime gets it to 73, normal daily use apps will not get it past 55-60. Haswell just runs hot.


    thanks my goal of the question if my cpu cooler works properly as it should to be
  9. but guys i didn`t overclock the cpu is this indicate that i can`t overclock it ?
  10. Well if you have an i7 4770, not the 4770K, then you can't overclock. You can however take it to 3.9 or 4.0 by turbo multiplier and a little blck increase, although the blck increase is not recommended.
  11. gcatalin said:
    Well if you have an i7 4770, not the 4770K, then you can't overclock. You can however take it to 3.9 or 4.0 by turbo multiplier and a little blck increase, although the blck increase is not recommended.


    yeah sure you are right my cpu isn`t overclockable but i wonder about its temp..in case i buy another cpu in future
  12. Best answer
    No need to exchange the cpu, the temp is not that high. Haswell runs hot, at higher overclock we get to 90-95 degrees in prime. Even 100 but then it starts to throttle. Still, the 4770 even at stock is a monster cpu. And if you use the turbo multi to oc it to 3.9 then you will not have problems in any app.
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