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CPU Temp intel core i5 3570

Good Day to all,

i was just wondering, what is the base temperature for Intel core i5 3570, i tried to google it but i can find any answer.

and one more thing does my CPU temp normal i currently install "Corsair H100i" in my rig

Core 1: 30 - 35
Core 2: 33 - 36
Core 3: 40 - 45
Core 4: 34 - 38
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  1. Hmmm. They are fine, but maybe a tad high. What is the room Temp where you are at? It can make a difference. I am not using water cooling and this is what I have at the moment and my 4770k is OC'd to 4.6 Ghz :
  2. You really won't find a base temp reference for CPUs, there are so many factors involved. Between your ambient room temp to whether you use a stock cooler or a water loop, the readings would be different depending on any combination of elements. Your base temps look fine to me, usually hovering between 30-40C is "normal". What kind of temps does it hit when you stress test it at full load?
  3. cooling of 4th gen processors is much more greater than 3rd gen sir, but thank.

    but yes currently i dont have an computer table so i just placed it in an almost enclosed area near like bookshelf*
  4. bdiddytampa said:
    You really won't find a base temp reference for CPUs, there are so many factors involved. Between your ambient room temp to whether you use a stock cooler or a water loop, the readings would be different depending on any combination of elements. Your base temps look fine to me, usually hovering between 30-40C is "normal". What kind of temps does it hit when you stress test it at full load?


    i havent tested it in full mode sir. that temp is on idle stage as of now im just using browser
  5. Charles Freo said:
    i havent tested it in full mode sir. that temp is on idle stage as of now im just using browser



    Your real test on if you are cooling properly is gonna be at load. Your idle temps look fine.
  6. Charles Freo said:
    cooling of 4th gen processors is much more greater than 3rd gen sir, but thank.

    but yes currently i dont have an computer table so i just placed it in an almost enclosed area near like bookshelf*


    Yeah, the 4th Gen stuff is supposed to be hotter, but can't say as I have seen it and using the same cooler I had on the 2600k I had in here. There could be some air circulation issues, but at present, your temps are fine and even if they get to say 65c to 70c under load, still not critical.
  7. Here is my current temps

    http://dc583.4shared.com/img/NjXOq8Ii/141b7c6ff30/temp.jpg

    and one more thing.. could you give me some software for CPU loading?
  8. You said that the area where the computer is, is somewhat enclosed. Those temps look pretty good for that kind of environment. Would most likely be lower in an open area.
  9. could you site some Stress test tools that i could use to test my CPU temps
  10. Prime95 is what I use: http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft/

    other people site the Intel Burn Test: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/intelburntest.html

    you can also use pretty much any video conversion software and convert an HD video file, those will usually stress CPUs pretty well. Prime95 is my weapon of choice though. Run that HW monitor during the test and screenshot your temps after 5-10 mins
  11. Charles Freo said:


    yes those temps are WELL within normal range.
  12. Best answer
    Yeah, IO agree. Those load temps look good.
  13. temps don't get "dangerous" until they are in the 90s really, and modern CPUs will shut off or throttle before any damage is done. Looks like you've got some headroom for overclocking there :-) You could OC to your heart's content and as long as the stress test temps stay below 80C you are good to go.
  14. Thank you for your answers,

    Sir coastie65 and bdiddytampa

    i guess i could sleep w/o worrying my PC
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