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IntelBurn Test Result on an i7 4820K

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November 30, 2013 8:06:35 PM

Hello everyone,

I need help as I am new to these.

I did not overclock my CPU (Intel Core i7 4820K 3.70/3.9TurboBoost)).

But I decided to do an IntelBurn test to check if I have installed the CPU Cooler properly.

I tested it with IntelBurn on
Standard (5 Times)
High (5 Times)
Very High (5 Times)


It "passes" all those test, but one thing that concerns me is on the CPU temperature.

I used AIDA64 Extreme to monitor the temperature of the CPU.
Which one should I take as the CPU Temperature?

There are 6 "labels" showing CPU Temperatures
CPU
CPU Package
CPU #1 / Core #1
CPU #1 / Core #2
CPU #1 / Core #3
CPU #1 / Core #4


SCREENSHOT IDLE




SCREENSHOT RUNNING ON VERY HIGH SETTING




I have 3 questions:

1. Which one should I take into account as THE CPU temperature?

2. Is the temperature reading within normal?

3. If yes, does this mean that I have no Cooler seating problem? I am using a Corsair H60 Liquid Cooler

4. Have I done enough tests?


Thank you for your time!!
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November 30, 2013 8:19:03 PM

Your highest "core" temp is the one you want to use as your temp. (Different chips will have different cores end up being the hottest)

All of those temps look good. (Although we have no way of knowing if any of them are the maximum temp reached during the test.) I use core temp so that it will hold and "lock" the highest temp it reads while also showing the current temp.
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November 30, 2013 8:31:46 PM

Thanks for your reply.

Does this means that my cooler ia seated properly?

And what does the CPU package means, it occasionally hit 61 C.

Thank you
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November 30, 2013 8:53:07 PM

If those are your highest temps, your cooler is doing a good job.

Package temp is the whole thing. The core temp is what we watch when stress testing and overclocking. Package temp is generally higher than the individual cores.
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November 30, 2013 8:57:42 PM

Thank you
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November 30, 2013 9:00:55 PM

No problem.
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