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I3-2100 temps!

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December 28, 2011 9:52:56 PM

Hey everyone,

Just finished an i3-2100 (stock cooling) build in a silverstone tj08-e (love the case).

My idle temps fluctuate between 27c (lowest) and 30c, (on average closer to 29-30c).

I ran Prime95 (cpu intensive test) today for about an hour and 15 minutes. Temps maxed out on one core at 63c and the other at 65c. This seemed on the high side.

I came from an Athlon 640 Propus and I remember it running a tad cooler. Are these temps ok? When I install a heatsink I usually move the cooler around a little bit to spread the thermal paste before anchoring. Anyone have comparable results? Thank you.

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December 28, 2011 10:07:13 PM

I think your temps are nominal. tjmax is near 95c.

re: the paste, the less, the better. Too much acts as an insulator. The job of the paste is only to fill in microscopic pits to displace air that might collect. A small drop in the center should be sufficient. A little rotation of the cooler is ok, but you don't want to create ridges that might trap air.

Love the case, I use it too.
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a c 185 à CPUs
December 28, 2011 10:08:09 PM

perfectly normal for stock cooler :p 
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December 28, 2011 10:36:48 PM

they are very normal. as long as you stay below 70 under prime95
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December 30, 2011 8:14:24 PM

I'd say its kinda high I max out at 57c and 54c. The overheard temp is like 69c I believe, or when it starts to become unstable.
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December 30, 2011 8:33:53 PM

Russosaur said:
I'd say its kinda high I max out at 57c and 54c. The overheard temp is like 69c I believe, or when it starts to become unstable.

he has a stock cooler remember :ange: 
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December 31, 2011 8:39:49 AM

This is very normal.My i5 2500 oced max out at 72C in p95 using stock HSF.But in real world apps it never exceeds 64C.Even at 72C it is perfectly stable ,so I don't think your temps are a problem.
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