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Hyper 212 Evo Temerpature increasing

I have a Hyper 212 Evo, cooling a 3570k, It was only about 30 degrees celcius before, No overclocking done, and Now, it reached 37 degrees celcius, I have no hardware changes, nothing. What can I do to get it to cool down? I was planning on overclocking but it doesn't look like I'm going to be able to safely.
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  1. clean heatsink and cpu of thermal paste, reapply thermal paste (just a small dot in the middle of the cpu) and place heatsink on top letting it spread the thermal paste out by force, latch the heatsink down and that should do it. Also, if it's still high the thermal paste has a set in time. Like for example, Arctic Silver 5 (which I use) has a set in time of 200 hours and the only way you could possibly shorten the set in period is by using a program like Prime 95.


    - hope this helps
  2. is the case temperature the same? try running with cover off and if that is the cause of the problem.
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    could need a cleaning. could need to be remounted. could just be the change of season and your heating/cooling in the house being different. with winter coming you get your furnace kicking in, that can make a difference.
  4. Is this setup alright?

  5. is the fan blowing towards or away from the rear of the case?
  6. Towards the rear of the case, to where it's blowing into the exhaust fan, then blowing out of the case.
  7. that should be fine do what I stated and it should fix your problems
  8. Fix those cables......
  9. That's the best I could fix them. It's a non modular. that's ONLY with the 24pin plugged in. Also, that's what I just did, I just rebuild my computer. I'm waiting on a SSD and a new processor.
  10. Im guessing that the thermal paste dried out. try replenishing it.
  11. That's what I just did. I JUST rebuild my computer. Hence why I posted the pictures of it half built.
  12. RamjoTejada said:
    Im guessing that the thermal paste dried out. try replenishing it.

    No....paste doesn't dry out that quickly. :pfff:
  13. Idle temps really don't matter.

    Have the load temps changed?
  14. have you done what I said yet? Remember there is a thermal set in time so your temps might be lower after a while of use
  15. help me_83 said:
    have you done what I said yet? Remember there is a thermal set in time so your temps might be lower after a while of use

    This doesn't apply to the stock cm paste. For AS5....
  16. It's at 43 degrees celcius now, With firefox and League of Legends open. WTF.
  17. Is the fan spinning? if there is a fan failure you will have higher temps if the fan is not spinning
  18. Yes its spinning. ITt's spinning fast.
  19. I don't know what to say except for going and buying new thermal paste (does not have to be AS5 that's just what I use) and doing what I said in my first comment
  20. z
  21. Well excuse me I was just trying to help. good luck with your overheating crap :pfff: :pfff: :pfff:
  22. I wasn't trying to be rude. I'm just frustrated.
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