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I5 3570k temp and stress test?

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December 28, 2012 4:49:08 PM

Hello I just put together one of my first builds with a i5 3570k hyper 212 evo and a gigabyte z77x d3h. What should I do to make sure I did everything right? I downloaded hwmonitor and these are my temps.
Core#0 Value=33c Min=24c Max=44c
Core#1 Value=32c min=28c max=49c
core#2 value=33c min=25c max=47c
core#3 value=34c min=29c max=50c
Package value=36c min=30c max=50c
I also downloaded prime95 but not sure how to use it. I started a blend test for around 15 min but not sure how long I should run it. Do you have to stop it manually or does it run for a period of time. Also when I ran blend test cpu temps went to 59c. I haven't overclocked yet but I plan on. I also did a benchmark but not sure how to read it.

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a c 105 à CPUs
December 28, 2012 4:55:19 PM

let prime95 running for 4-5hours and see whats the max temp ur cpu gets.

thats a good start to see ur max temps.

December 28, 2012 7:18:06 PM

iceclock said:
let prime95 running for 4-5hours and see whats the max temp ur cpu gets.

thats a good start to see ur max temps.

Ok thank you. Should I run the blend test and will it stop itself or do I stop it?
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a c 105 à CPUs
December 28, 2012 7:24:33 PM

u run the cpu test or the blend test, just run it for a long time and than note maximum load temps :) 

December 29, 2012 2:38:41 AM

I ran the blend test for about 4 hours and my cpu temps stayed around 58c 59c and never went above 61c. Is that good and is there any other tests I should do like benchmarking?
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December 29, 2012 2:43:21 AM

Not bad, especially if you overclocked. I think Geekbench is good & free but Idk if it's for Windows.
December 29, 2012 2:50:19 AM

payturr said:
Not bad, especially if you overclocked. I think Geekbench is good & free but Idk if it's for Windows.

I haven't overclocked yet is that still good?
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December 29, 2012 2:53:59 AM

It's alright, how much thermal paste did you use? And what brand?
December 29, 2012 3:04:32 AM

payturr said:
It's alright, how much thermal paste did you use? And what brand?

I used a pea sized dot then spread it(I didn't know what technique to use dot or spread).Also when I put the heatsink on I had trouble with the mounting brackets so I had to take it back off for a sec then I just put it back on the paste I had already spread. Could that have messed it up? I used the paste that came with the hyper 212 evo.
a c 105 à CPUs
December 29, 2012 3:08:03 AM

not bad keep it up thuglife
December 29, 2012 3:12:53 AM

Also how tight should the heatsink be? Because when I installed into case I noticed a slight shift not by much but I shifted it back.
December 29, 2012 3:14:48 AM

iceclock said:
not bad keep it up thuglife

Thanks its my first build cpu and thermal paste is what I was most worried about.
a c 105 à CPUs
December 29, 2012 3:30:45 AM

as long as it seems solid thats what u want, also what kind of thermal paste u use mang?

December 29, 2012 3:39:32 AM

iceclock said:
as long as it seems solid thats what u want, also what kind of thermal paste u use mang?

Thanks for the help. I used the paste that came with the hyper 212 evo.
a c 105 à CPUs
December 29, 2012 4:40:10 AM

anytime, feel free to repost if u need more assiztenz :D 
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