Trying to test if my cooler is seated good..this is my results so far

im running 2600k at stock speeds right now with coolermaster hyper 212 evo im using intelburn i tried 10 passes set to max on 8 threads only made it to 7 out of 10 passes these are my max temps in real temp for the 4 cores 60 64 67 63

are these temps good..do you think its cause for concern that i couldnt make it to all 10?

im trying 10 now with it on auto
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  1. Your temperatures look fine for a SandyBridge CPU.

    No reason for concern unless you start to see 80 degree's+ (which is actually still ok and people do run at this temp, however I personally wouldn't recommend it - staying under 70 degree's is "ideal").
  2. i bought a 212 EVO a few days ago for my E8500, anyway having your temps below the mid 70's is the max for your cpu.
    but remember intelburn runs your cpu at extreme loads so if it doesnt reach the 70's during that dont worry about your temps
  3. im still concerned that it failed on the 8 thread 10 pass test any ideas what to do next?
  4. What was the reason it failed? It could be from something other then heat being the temps you stated are not high.
  5. ahnilated said:
    What was the reason it failed? It could be from something other then heat being the temps you stated are not high.


    i dont believe it stated why it just said my system didnt remain stable..im running 10 passes on 8 threads now again
  6. just did it again with 8 threads 10 passes on maximum max temp on one of my cores was 68 the rest were anywhere from 64 66 max this time it completely successfully was running for about 40 min to complete that

    that sound good?
  7. iamloco724 said:
    just did it again with 8 threads 10 passes on maximum max temp on one of my cores was 68 the rest were anywhere from 64 66 max this time it completely successfully was running for about 40 min to complete that

    that sound good?


    Sounds bang on. :D
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