Sign-in / Sign-up
Your question
Solved

I've Amd FX 8320 with coolermaster Hyper 212 x cooling... am getting 40-43'c idle when its on load am getting 59'c...

Tags:
  • Cooler Master
  • Cooling
  • AMD
  • CPUs
Last response: in CPUs
December 7, 2013 9:52:04 AM

I've Amd FX 8320 with coolermaster Hyper 212 x cooling... am getting 40-43'c idle when its on load am getting 59'c... is this normal? when am use the cooler at firstime am getting 28-35'c on idle and 45-56'c at load..
is this shows any damage to my cooler or heat decipation falure? or heat paste worng usage? please help me as soon as possible...

More about : amd 8320 coolermaster hyper 212 cooling idle load

a c 119 À AMD
a c 482 à CPUs
December 7, 2013 10:00:06 AM

The load temp is fine, no issues there. The idle is relatively high though.

How did you apply the thermal paste? Did you use the pea method ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hNgFNH7zhQ ) ?

Also ensure that the heatsink is screwed down properly.
m
0
l
December 7, 2013 11:07:34 AM

i've re apply thermel paste and re installed heat sink... now 37-38' is idle.. heat sink is slippy due to the thermel paste.. i've screwed it as much as i can.. but it slippier... when it installed in first time it cause the same problem
m
0
l
Related resources
a b à CPUs
December 7, 2013 11:32:48 AM

what is the ambient temperature? Also,what Case do you have, and does it have any other fans or cooling options? Check and make sure the heatsink Isn't clogged up with dust because that could really cause your temps to go up.
m
0
l
December 7, 2013 8:27:12 PM

i've cheked heat sink.. it doesnt have any dust... am running on asus turbo core and core unleash facility... is this cause significant temperature raise? i've 1 intake fan with the cooler.. no fan to exust. i've a stock fan in the cabinet is the exaust. its vary small.. i've 30'c room temperature.. please replay as soon as possible...
m
0
l
a b à CPUs
December 7, 2013 9:54:42 PM

ramayadav said:
i've cheked heat sink.. it doesnt have any dust... am running on asus turbo core and core unleash facility... is this cause significant temperature raise? i've 1 intake fan with the cooler.. no fan to exust. i've a stock fan in the cabinet is the exaust. its vary small.. i've 30'c room temperature.. please replay as soon as possible...


Is the CPU Overclokced? that could cause your temps to be a little high. I also think that it could be something to do with your Cooler. It could also be that maybe something is up with your fan not spinning fast enough. How do you control your CPU fan?
m
0
l
December 7, 2013 10:50:39 PM

i didnt over clocked. but i use core unlocker and core unleash facility in my mother board. my fan is capable of 600-2000 RPM and i've setted to run it 20% in minimum and 100% in maximum at cpu when reach 60'c. am monitoring my cpu heat with speedfan application. currently running on 1477 rpm. i've setted minimum up to 30%... temperature is 37-38'c holding... i've Corsair GS 600W psu just above the heat sink. it's produces the heat. when its fan is not suppose to spin when the psu get more efficiant or hot. its automatic. psu produces singnificant heat... i can sense it by taking a hand besides it.
m
0
l
a b à CPUs
February 5, 2014 6:59:26 PM

That is pretty high idle temp. I idle at about 11C which is low, however 60-65 C is about the max for the FX 8350. Mine peaks at about 52-55 C.
m
0
l
February 15, 2014 12:53:27 AM

I also have the AMD FX 8320 my idle is 40-41 and my full load is 61-62 with the same cooler and i try's the same pea method 5 times and i get the same temps and crashes every time I game. Should i return it or buy a new cooler, and which cooler should i get.
m
0
l
February 15, 2014 1:32:24 AM

What motherboard?
m
0
l

Best solution

a b À AMD
a c 190 à CPUs
February 15, 2014 4:43:36 AM

I would check your manual and see what the Core Unlock and Core Unleash does for your CPU; it may be a form of automatic overclocking. (What frequencies does it say your CPU is running at?)

Load temperatures for the CPU Core is what you are to be most concerned about; your maximum recommended temperature is 61C. There are usually multiple temperature read-outs to pay attention to, but CoreTemp does a pretty good job of snaking out the specific CPU core temperatures.

That said, 30C is remarkably hot for an ambient temperature, and this does contribute to the overall temperature of the CPU. You will want to make sure you have adequate airflow through your computer case; you'll want at least one fan as an intake, and another fan as exhaust. I couldn't decipher what you have for a set-up with your whole rig.
Share
a b à CPUs
February 15, 2014 9:16:11 AM

ZombieSnipe said:
I also have the AMD FX 8320 my idle is 40-41 and my full load is 61-62 with the same cooler and i try's the same pea method 5 times and i get the same temps and crashes every time I game. Should i return it or buy a new cooler, and which cooler should i get.


Try a refurb Corsair H60i or H80i. The refurbished ones are safer than the new ones (i.e. go through more testing). My old H50 runs great and keeps my 8350 OC'd to 4.5 ghz running at 12c idle, 45c -50c tops. Also, download CPU-Z and run it wile benchmarking with a program like SIS Software Sandra. For a stock clocked 8350, that multiplier should NOT me above 21x. CPU-Z will tell you what it is under load. Your motherboard may also be auto over clocking your processor higher than normal. Try jumping the CMOS memory and checking the BIOS settings for processor over clocking.
m
0
l