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CPU Temp from Corsair H80i to i7 3770k

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October 16, 2013 5:07:44 AM

Hi,
Just build up my new rig few days ago, i have this Corsair H80i with i7 3770k and installed the Corsair Link V2. Founding that my CPU temp is ranging 43 to 46 deg Cel, is this normal??? my fans on the Corsair H80i having default RPM.

Thanks in advance

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October 16, 2013 5:24:19 AM

Is that at idle or under load? Have you also looked at the temp readings in bios and/or by using hardware monitor?

Mark
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October 16, 2013 5:48:35 AM

Well i do not know if it is idLe or under Load.. i have check over my bios and HWMonitor and reads as for the following:

HWMonitor
Package:
@ 43*C 1.006V
@ 42*C 0.966V Min
@ 59*C 1.211V Max

Bios:
@ 49*C

Corsair Link V2:
@ 45*C




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October 16, 2013 5:59:00 AM

Under load means reading the temps when you are putting the cpu under stress with a testing program such as Intel burn test, memtest, etc.

If the temps you are reporting are with the pc doing nothing, they are a little high but not much. Run a test program and monitor the temps when the cpu is working hard and report back.

Mark
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October 16, 2013 6:22:37 AM

Them temps are a little high for idle. Run Prime95 and see what the temps are under full load.
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October 16, 2013 6:43:52 AM

Man is it safe? Sorry. im little bit worried right know that your talking it is a Little bit High :( 
im new to this stuffs.
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October 16, 2013 6:47:25 AM

Its totally safe at them temperatures (43-46), plus Intel CPUs have thermal protection so you really cant do any damage.

I would run prime95 for a couple of mins and see what the temps go up to under full load.
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October 16, 2013 7:03:29 AM

I have run the prime95 just only few minutes and here is the reading


RealTemp

101*C 104*C 103*C 98*C

and for

HWMonitor
Package:
@ 103*C 1.081V
@ 44*C 0.931V Min
@ 105*C 1.191V Max

Now you made me more worried :( 
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October 16, 2013 7:05:36 AM

Your temps are way to high. Start by reinstalling the H80i - check and be sure you get the TIM applied correctly. Snug the block down tightly.

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October 16, 2013 7:20:20 AM

Yeah I agree with Mark. Reapply the thermal paste and make sure the block is mounted correctly and tight.
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October 16, 2013 7:33:16 AM

Ok then, i might have to buy a ThermaL paste and reinstalling the H80i. or would you suggest the ThermaL paste from my Cooler Master Hyper Evo 212??i still have the brand new and didnt use it up to now. Will that be usefuL or get new one?
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October 16, 2013 7:46:17 AM

Boss_Aian said:
Ok then, i might have to buy a ThermaL paste and reinstalling the H80i. or would you suggest the ThermaL paste from my Cooler Master Hyper Evo 212??i still have the brand new and didnt use it up to now. Will that be usefuL or get new one?


Yeah that paste will be fine.
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October 16, 2013 7:57:26 AM

The EVO 212 will give you cooling just as good as the H80i.

And yes, that TIM will be fine. Just be sure to use a very, very thin layer and get the block down tight.

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October 16, 2013 12:57:44 PM

Hi Mark & Rob,

I have just re-install the H80i using the Thermal Paste of the Evo 212. And currently having a reading of:

RealTemp:

24*C 32*C 33*C 40*C


HWMonitor

Package:
@ 41*C 0.991 V

@ 38*C 0.976 V Min

@ 54*C 1.216 V Max


How this sounds to you guys? and you know what, when i was trying to re-installing the H80i it seems the knobs from the block are kinda loose and probably the Thermal Compound of the H80i so thick enough to have contact with the CPU.



Aian

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