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July 20, 2014 6:42:44 PM

Ok guys this is some hardware of my pc:
GPU: GeForce GTX 650 Ti
CPU: i5-4440 3.10 Ghz
8 Gb de RAM
1 SSD kingston 60 GB
1 HDD 1TB

so my cpu stable is at 60 degrees celcius and i know that is not normal , when im playing it goes to 90 degrees celcius can you guys please tell me whats wrong i think i need a new coller since i use intel coller but i can only spend to 15€ so if you guys can help me thanks ;) 

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a b à CPUs
July 20, 2014 6:50:16 PM

looks like a bad heat dissipation. maybe thermal paste isn't applied properly.
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July 20, 2014 6:52:36 PM

Make sure you're reading the cpu (package/case) temp from bios/uefi.

It should be on 35C max idle and 50C max gaming.

Blow out your case - especially fans, filters and coolers. Raise your cpu fan rpm. Make sure Vcore isn't over 1.20V.

If that doesn't get your temps down then re-seat your cooler -

power off. remove fan. remove cooler. use isopropyl alcohol to clean old thermal paste from top of cpu and bottom of cooler.
put a pea size drop of new arctic silver 5 thermal paste in the center of the cpu. rea-attach the cooler and fan. reconnect the fan.

If that doesn't get your temps down, buy and install a new cooler eg coolermaster hyper 212 evo ($35 newegg)
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July 21, 2014 5:41:20 AM

i7Baby said:
Make sure you're reading the cpu (package/case) temp from bios/uefi.

It should be on 35C max idle and 50C max gaming.

Blow out your case - especially fans, filters and coolers. Raise your cpu fan rpm. Make sure Vcore isn't over 1.20V.

If that doesn't get your temps down then re-seat your cooler -

power off. remove fan. remove cooler. use isopropyl alcohol to clean old thermal paste from top of cpu and bottom of cooler.
put a pea size drop of new arctic silver 5 thermal paste in the center of the cpu. rea-attach the cooler and fan. reconnect the fan.

If that doesn't get your temps down, buy and install a new cooler eg coolermaster hyper 212 evo ($35 newegg)

So in my BIOS is like this


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a c 1017 à CPUs
July 21, 2014 6:23:57 PM

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