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I5 750 high temps.

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June 14, 2010 1:52:37 AM

I'm running an i5 750 on stock clocks with no overclocking.

At idle the CPU run at about 50 degrees

on flat out it uses 75-80 degrees+

Can 75 to 80 degrees damage the processor over time, or is it not to be worried about?

Whats the max this processor will run before shutting down?

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June 14, 2010 2:14:15 AM

i did get the same temps with the stock cooler on core i5 750, safe temp is 72 on intels site.

i do recommend getting a better cooler i have hyper 212 plus and now my temps are 29 idle and 45-50 on full load.
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June 14, 2010 2:16:13 AM

Hi.

U can see here the specs of the i5-750.

The temps are high, I suggest to u that check the proper installation of ur CPU and cooler and the airflow of ur case.
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June 14, 2010 2:23:15 AM

thats what i thought the cotck cooler sucks ass. Would of thought i would of been fine though on normal stock speeds. Had a amd system running stables for days at 100+ degress some hot ***, the clip where the fan mounted on was broke and well i needed a computer so..
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June 14, 2010 2:52:46 AM

so get it repaired or get a new cooler, the stock cooler is not cool at all... :) 
June 14, 2010 5:16:19 AM

surda said:

i do recommend getting a better cooler i have hyper 212 plus and now my temps are 29 idle and 45-50 on full load.


Thanks for pointing out that cooler it looks awesome for the price I'm going to wait a couple of days to see if the thermal paste setting in makes any difference I'll be purchasing that if it doesn't.

wa1 said:
so get it repaired or get a new cooler, the stock cooler is not cool at all... :) 


That was on a temporary rig until my new one arrived, the life of the comupter wasn't exactly at the top of my list of priorites, it does seem however that AMD chips seem to perform better on the temperature subject, only from personal experience of course.
June 14, 2010 6:28:22 AM

miko999 said:
I'm running an i5 750 on stock clocks with no overclocking.

At idle the CPU run at about 50 degrees

on flat out it uses 75-80 degrees+



ive got an i5 750 stock cooler etc, runs 26-31 degrees. (as i'm writing this)
June 14, 2010 5:45:12 PM

QQriice said:
ive got an i5 750 stock cooler etc, runs 26-31 degrees. (as i'm writing this)


Could have something to do with the weather here bet you any money my 45 figure should drop 10 degrees in the winter easy, but 75 on max is way to hot for me.
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