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Are these idle temps good or not


cpu-8320 stock cooler 22C
mb- asus m5a97 17C
rear exhaust in push pull config
cpu heatsink stock cooler also attatched with xtra a 92mm fan for push pull config
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  1. Very good idle temps, concern begins around 80C. You are way within the safe zone for idle temps!

    -Caleb
  2. cjnnewman said:
    Very good idle temps, concern begins around 80C. You are way within the safe zone for idle temps!

    -Caleb


    the only thing is at stock heatsink it reaches 57-58C at full load and I cant stop it in my simmtronics case. its worser than worst
    any advice?
    I m planning to buy
    corsar h60 with this case?
    http://theitwares.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=1_65&product_id=1115#!prettyPhoto
    is that a good idea
  3. The H60 is a great idea and will definitely lower CPU temps. May I suggest a different case? That one appears to be a bit cheap, and there are many others that I think look more visually appealing!

    - Caleb
  4. cjnnewman said:
    The H60 is a great idea and will definitely lower CPU temps. May I suggest a different case? That one appears to be a bit cheap, and there are many others that I think look more visually appealing!

    - Caleb


    ya pls a case which I could get for a proper airflow i chose this just bcz it has a front fan plus two slots for upper layer of case fans 1 rear exhaust and bottom mounted psu

    anything else I need is performance in gaming at load
    wats ur opinion in case?>
  5. Best answer
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139010

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146087

    I personally fell in love with both of these, and have them both. Great airflow on the Corsair for sure. The NZXT doesn't have as good airflow but I liked the looks better. I'm a case junkie so it's a problem for me :D

    - Caleb
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