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I5 3570k tepmerature

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July 25, 2012 4:35:24 AM

Not sure how to ask, kind of a newb but I'm curious about my cpu temperature. I have an i5 3570k not overclocked.

Ive run a stress test and the temp core 0-68 core1-78 core2-67 core3-68 at max.

With just this browser page open and Core Temp running its min-max:
core0-41,54
core1-50,61
core2-45,55
core3-44,54

Im using a Thermaltake Commander and my Motehrboard is a Biostar H61MHB
Are these temps too high? And why is core 1 always higher than the others?

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July 25, 2012 4:45:02 AM

Those temps are far to high if your not overclocking. I'd try reapplying the thermal paste :) 
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July 25, 2012 4:53:32 PM

I notice when im even browsing a web page, it says core1 is at 50% load, or always signifigantly higher than the others. I dunno whats up, never used to run so hot. The computer is only 2 months old. I was having some trouble with it on startup, it would start, but would go into power saving on my monitor (which I checked cables, monitor, GPU is seated right) Now it works, but if I shutdown, then restart even a few minutes later, it goes into power saving mode again, no display. Maybe the 2 are related?
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July 25, 2012 5:07:24 PM

Hmm, its possible that these are related but for now I would treat them as separate issues, first things first, grab some thermal paste.

What is your GPU and power supply make/model?
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July 25, 2012 6:21:45 PM

mouse24 said:
Hmm, its possible that these are related but for now I would treat them as separate issues, first things first, grab some thermal paste.

What is your GPU and power supply make/model?


AMD Radeon HD 7750, not sure bout make/model of power supply, It's 600 watts.

I can send you a pic of the Cpu-Z, maybe its nothing, but CoreTemp says load is roughly around 0% and temps are 29, 39, 31, 24
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July 25, 2012 8:43:33 PM

Hmm, I would grab HWmonitor so we can see what your gpu temp is while browsing compared to when its just idling on the desktop for about 5 minutes. Its possible that its overheating which causes the monitor to lose signal.

Also what is the ambient temperature in your room compared to in your case? (your motherboard should have a temperature probe for just general case temps, not the socket temp its usually called AUX or something similar, HWmonitor will also show you these temps)

If coretemp shows those temps then just use that if you feel like, I've never used core temp so I dunno. ;) 
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July 26, 2012 1:14:05 AM

its 25 C in my house, I have a screenshot of HW monitor and a couple other, but not sure how to attatch it, its a Paint file.
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July 26, 2012 3:24:14 AM

You can upload it to imgur.com then paste the link here
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July 26, 2012 7:41:10 AM

Yeah, I strongly suggest reapplying your thermal paste. The rest of your temps are fine.
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July 28, 2012 4:54:54 AM

Il check if that voides my warranty, because I bought this comp 2 months ago, and sometimes its fine, like 34 overall, and othertimes its rediculous, like when im doing nothign at all. THanks for the advice though. Most appreciated good sir.
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July 28, 2012 10:40:34 AM

If its a prebuilt pc I would send it in for repair aslong as its free and still covered under warranty.

If its a homebuilt pc I doubt it would void intels warranty (almost positive it woudn't) though I haven't read the warranty on anything in years...
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