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June 22, 2011 9:41:07 PM

hi, i finished my first build and everything is running smooth, but i am worried because my i7 2600 (no k) @3.4 GHz is running at 39'c idle and at 60'c full load by prime 95, i am also using cooler master hyper 212+ with one fan installed, and cooler master haf 912 advanced case, is that temperature normal or should it be lower?

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June 22, 2011 9:46:01 PM

That should be fine.
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June 22, 2011 9:53:35 PM

Yeah your good. You gotta remember with the I7 the hyperthreading adds about 14deg C to your temps when its being used. Also your chip ramps up to 3.8 turbo boost when your stressing it(games,benchmarks etc). Your temps are fine.

Im on a push/pull setup with the old h50(soon to be upgraded) on my 2600k and I get load temps of 68 with an overclock to 4.4. The I7 is hot.
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June 23, 2011 2:35:28 AM

68 on an H50 thats not that old what CPU do you have
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June 24, 2011 2:06:11 AM

youngblood1017 said:
68 on an H50 thats not that old what CPU do you have


Ive had mine for about a year so yeah its old to me. Its on an I7 2600k with hyperthread on. Sandybridge is much cooler of course because of its 32nm process. I had this same cooler on an I7 860 and my temps were up into the low 80's at only 4ghz.
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June 24, 2011 3:20:28 AM

Prime 95 over heats your components a lot so you are very stable.. trust me i am a doctor
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June 24, 2011 5:49:56 PM

silky salamandr said:
Ive had mine for about a year so yeah its old to me. Its on an I7 2600k with hyperthread on. Sandybridge is much cooler of course because of its 32nm process. I had this same cooler on an I7 860 and my temps were up into the low 80's at only 4ghz.

oh hyperthreading that explains
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July 6, 2011 9:10:23 PM

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