1 core on 2500k always 8-10 degrees cooler than other cores Tags: Heatsinks Core Cooling Intel i5 Overclocking Last response: November 16, 2011 6:14 PM in Overclocking Share grimey November 15, 2011 11:53:22 PM I am using an H80 on my i5 2500k. I wanted to know why my 1st core is always 8-10 degrees cooler than the other cores? When I it at stock speeds or when I overclock the 1st core is always cooler. Should I re-seat my cpu cooler? More about : core 2500k degrees cooler cores jb1185 November 16, 2011 6:14:10 PM mine is exactly the same but i wouldnt worry about it, your heatsink should be fine, mine is at 4ghz and stays under 45 degrees in prime 95 Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumI5 2500k core 1 and 3 10 degrees hotter than 0 and 2 Forum95 degrees i5 2500k on idle ( with aftermarket cooler )?!?! ForumI5 2500k 4.0ghz cores 73 degrees ? ForumCpu 35-40 degrees hotter than cores on Intel core i5 760 ForumI5 2500k - one core is 6C cooler than other cores when under load ForumAMD FX-8350 45 Degrees celsius Idle temps, high? ForumIs it normal for one CPU core to always run hotter than the others? ForumCore # 1 10 Celsius colder than the other cores Forum1 core temp higher than other 3 (q9550) ForumI5 2500k full load 62 degrees ForumI5 2500k @ 4.2ghz 1 .288v ForumQ6600 1 core cooler than other 3? ForumOne core cooler than the other ForumI5 2500k temp cpu/ core normal?? Forum2500k , faulty core ? Forume8400 temp 8-10 degree's difference between cores ..why? ForumNZXT Switch 810 : 3 radiator, single loop questions ForumI5 3570K + Z77 PRO3 ForumIntel Core 2 Duo Overclock Help! ForumIs the i5 2500K stock cooler enough for a modest overclock (3.5-4GHz)? More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !