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Intel core I7 7700K temps good ?

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I have a I7 -7700K with a corsair h100i V2, i get idle temps of 25-35C and maxed out temps of 75C, these seem good to you all ?, thanks for the help
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  1. Looks great. Is it overclocked? If yes, even better.
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  2. mbilal2 said:
    Looks great. Is it overclocked? If yes, even better.
    Not overclocked but is turbo boosted to 4.5ghz
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  3. mrjack2207 said:
    mbilal2 said:
    Looks great. Is it overclocked? If yes, even better.
    Not overclocked but is turbo boosted to 4.5ghz



    Sweet. Temps are normal. 80C is where I get worried and 85C is where I stop running my machine/stop running stress tests. 90C+ is when throttling starts and 100C when your computer crashes, etc.

    EDIT: 100C is where throttling starts not 90C.
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  4. mbilal2 said:
    mrjack2207 said:
    mbilal2 said:
    Looks great. Is it overclocked? If yes, even better.
    Not overclocked but is turbo boosted to 4.5ghz



    Sweet. Temps are normal. 80C is where I get worried and 85C is where I stop running my machine/stop running stress tests. 90C+ is when throttling starts and 100C when your computer crashes, etc.
    Ah nice, i was hoping for cooler temps if im honest, but this is a power hungry and powerful chip afterall, not exactly a pentium
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    mbilal2 said:

    90C+ is when throttling starts and 100C when your computer crashes, etc.


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    See Section 5, Thermal Management, page 93, Table 5-4 Junction Temperature Specification, 4th column.

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    mbilal2 said:

    90C+ is when throttling starts and 100C when your computer crashes, etc.


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    Hiya,

    Please don't cherry pick from my post. It was meant to be read completely. "repeatedly misinforming " hmm.

    Quote:
    Sweet. Temps are normal. 80C is where I get worried and 85C is where Istop running mymachine/stop running stress tests. 90C+ is when throttling starts and 100C when your computer crashes, etc.


    This was my personal opinion hence the use of "I" and "my" over and over.

    That being said, I understand the concern and I'll take that into consideration in the future posts to avoid misunderstanding. This is one of the reasons I don't do tech support over PMs. It's good to be checked by others and be corrected where wrong. Ultimately, solving the OP's problem is what it all comes down it.

    Cheers
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  7. mbilal2 said:
    CompuTronix said:
    mbilal2 said:

    90C+ is when throttling starts and 100C when your computer crashes, etc.


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    mbilal2,

    Respectfully, you are misinformed. Your information is not accurate. You are repeatedly misinforming other Members, of which Tom's disapproves.

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    See Section 5, Thermal Management, page 93, Table 5-4 Junction Temperature Specification, 4th column.

    So that you can get yourself up to speed on this topic, please read this Sticky: Intel Temperature Guide - http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-1800828/intel-temperature-guide.html

    Your cooperation concerning this matter will be appreciated.

    CT :sol:


    Hiya,

    Please don't cherry pick from my post. It was meant to be read completely. "repeatedly misinforming " hmm.

    Quote:
    Sweet. Temps are normal. 80C is where I get worried and 85C is where Istop running mymachine/stop running stress tests. 90C+ is when throttling starts and 100C when your computer crashes, etc.


    This was my personal opinion hence the use of "I" and "my" over and over.

    That being said, I understand the concern and I'll take that into consideration in the future posts to avoid misunderstanding. This is one of the reasons I don't do tech support over PMs. It's good to be checked by others and be corrected where wrong. Ultimately, solving the OP's problem is what it all comes down it.

    Cheers


    What was you incorrect about ?, when throttling starts ?
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  8. Temps are really good. I have 77 Celsius degrees on AiO cooling.
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