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AMD FX 8350 with Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO temps high?!?!?!?

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June 25, 2014 6:10:58 PM

Hello everyone!

Thanks for taking the time to come over and take a look at my thread.
So here is the specs I am running:

AMD FX 8350 Stock Speeds 4.0
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO dual fans for push and pull
Thermaltake Core V71 Chassis
ASUS Sabertooth 990FX R2.0
PNY GTX 770 2GB OC
Thermaltake 1200W Toughpower
240GB PNY XLR8 PRO SSD
Seagate 500GB HD

So I've had this build for a while. I recently upgraded my case and cpu fan and did a transplant yesterday. Everything has booted up fine and I was able to play BF4 yesterday for about 2 hours. On and off, a full hour probably. I didn't run PRIME95 because to be honest, I've never used it and I don't think I need to at this point.

But here is the situation. I remember my stock cpu cooler in my old case (ANTEC 1200), and it wasn't too bad. On this case and setup currently, I am getting about 32-34 idle. On load while playing BF4, I've seen it get anywhere below 50c.

I just wanted to ask you guys if you think my temps are not what they are supposed to be. I've seen people get much lower temps with this setup. Could someone please assist? I also made sure that everything was put on tight and secure, including the new installed cpu cooler.

I will attach a photo for everyone to see my temps currently. The ambient temperature right now I don't have precise, but lets just say its pretty damn hot outside and the house had no airflow or ac turned on for the whole day till about 30 minutes ago.

Thanks everyone!

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June 25, 2014 6:14:12 PM

Normal. Very cool actually.
An Understanding of Temperature on AMD CPUs and APUs
Does HWMonitor say your CPU/APU temp is 70C when idling but your CPU socket feels cool to the touch? Is Core Temp only reading 10C but it's not possible because your room is 28C? The reason is that these and other 3rd party programs are not... See full content
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June 25, 2014 6:19:55 PM

actually i would say there to cool if the load temps. so cool in fact they are likely being read wrong.
try different apps like core temp/real temp and speed fan. also if there idle temps then dont worry about them unless they are running very hot. the only temps you need worry about really are load temps.
so load up the system and check them rather than these.
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June 25, 2014 6:36:49 PM

Oh okay. That's awesome. Thank you very much for the assistance and suggestion guys. I will try to do some loads (gaming) and report back with another screen shot.
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June 25, 2014 6:59:22 PM

I dont know where you live but today wasnt too warm but it was very humid which helps air cooling.
Your temps looked slightly low to me but otherwise fine.
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June 25, 2014 7:22:25 PM

I actually live in California. LA. It was about 84 today. Felt like 90 though. But here is a pic of my HWmonitor after playing BioShock Infinite. I know its an older game but I wanted to do some single player campaign so that I could beat the game. I'm about to play some GuildWars 2 and post another pic after that. Thanks again for everyone's time and assistance!

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June 25, 2014 8:37:47 PM

Those temps look completely normal to me.
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June 25, 2014 9:18:14 PM

Thanks for the reply dacquesta1. Thank you everyone. I am posting another screen shot below of me playing GuildWars 2 for about 2 hours. I turned the AC off or a little higher. So ambient temps are a little higher. Are these temps okay? Sorry for the multiple posts and questions. I just want to make sure everything is in order with my new setup. As always, thanks again everyone!

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June 25, 2014 11:15:38 PM

Here's another screen shot for temps of playing BF4 for about an hour

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June 26, 2014 1:24:13 AM

for living in cali at the hight of summer. there good.
especially on air. so as long as there below the max recommended of 72 on the socket 62 on the core your fine. if your temps suddenly start going up close to 60 then clean the fans and heatsync fins of dust and they should fall again but other than that its all good.
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June 26, 2014 7:32:20 AM

Thats awesome news HEXiT. Thank you for replying. So on HWmonitor I know the CPU temp is obviously where it says "CPU" under temperature. Or am I wrong? So which one is my socket? I'm sorry but I am kinda new at reading this stuff. The only thing I really know for certain is the video card temp.
Thanks again!
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June 26, 2014 3:53:38 PM

the socket normally is a bit hotter than the cpu core. usually about 10'c - 15'c at load.
on hw monitor look under asustek
temperature
cpu :showing 49'c - 53'c

the cpu temp is listen under fx8350
temps
package 28-43'c
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June 26, 2014 9:58:05 PM

HEXiT said:
the socket normally is a bit hotter than the cpu core. usually about 10'c - 15'c at load.
on hw monitor look under asustek
temperature
cpu :showing 49'c - 53'c

the cpu temp is listen under fx8350
temps
package 28-43'c


OH! Wow. Was I mistaken. I thought the under ASUSTEK Temperature CPU was the CPU temp. So that's the socket?
And the actual temp for the CPU is under AMD FX-8350 package?

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September 2, 2014 1:07:19 AM

markuskong said:
HEXiT said:
the socket normally is a bit hotter than the cpu core. usually about 10'c - 15'c at load.
on hw monitor look under asustek
temperature
cpu :showing 49'c - 53'c

the cpu temp is listen under fx8350
temps
package 28-43'c


OH! Wow. Was I mistaken. I thought the under ASUSTEK Temperature CPU was the CPU temp. So that's the socket?
And the actual temp for the CPU is under AMD FX-8350 package?



Correct. Note that for 8350 the max core temp is 70C. You're fine if it's below that. Although some people say 62C is the limit but AMD overdrive shows 70 is safe.
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