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I5 760 too hot?

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December 29, 2010 7:52:25 PM

Hello,

sorry to be a pain. i am running a stress test (core damage) and i seem to get a temp of

core 0 56

core 1 53

core 2 54

core 3 56

this is with the Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler at max with cpu speed stock. i think its too hot is this right?

ps its a new build


cpu i5 760

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December 29, 2010 8:13:06 PM

50's are COLD

80's are concidered hot
December 29, 2010 8:15:31 PM

robin banks uk said:
Hello,

sorry to be a pain. i am running a stress test (core damage) and i seem to get a temp of

core 0 56

core 1 53

core 2 54

core 3 56

this is with the Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler at max with cpu speed stock. i think its too hot is this right?

ps its a new build


cpu i5 760


Those temps are a bit higher than mine, and I'm planning on reseating my cooler. I've got a Zalman CNPS10x Flex (with 2 fans in a Push/Pull config) on my stock i5 760, and the highest temp I see under full load is ~51C. You might want to try reapplying your thermal paste and reseating your heat sink.
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December 29, 2010 8:23:17 PM

malakianisgod said:
Those temps are a bit higher than mine, and I'm planning on reseating my cooler. I've got a Zalman CNPS10x Flex (with 2 fans in a Push/Pull config) on my stock i5 760, and the highest temp I see under full load is ~51C. You might want to try reapplying your thermal paste and reseating your heat sink.
have arcticleaner..... but what do i use with it? cotton wool?
December 29, 2010 8:37:36 PM

your temps are ok. no need to do anything.
December 29, 2010 8:38:18 PM

of course, if you are in alaska or siberia, then your temps are high.
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December 29, 2010 8:50:34 PM

Those temps won't hurt anything but they look to be too high for stock speeds. I've gotten temps similar to that at 3.8GHz overclock using Xigmatek coolers.
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December 30, 2010 1:15:38 AM

It depends on your ambient temperature!!! Those temps are perfect if it was tested in summer and ok if tested in winter.
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