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I have a cooler master mb 500 casing with front two 120mm fans as intake and two 120mm fans an intake from above and a liquid cooler radiator is in the exhaust position,shall I change my above fans to exhaust,my CPU temps gets fluctuated on idle it stays from 30-35 and fluctuates more

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I recommend setting up the top two fans as exhaust, naturally hot air rises up so it's better for air pressure if you're exhausting from above as well as from the rear.

Try top exhaust fans for a while and see how it goes.

 

Idle temperatures between 30-35 is perfectly fine.


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7 hours ago, quayyum94 said:

But,why does the temperature flactuate so much?

From 30°-50°??

The CPU temp will fluctuate as the load on it changes.


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7 hours ago, quayyum94 said:

Linus,plz help me.....😓

Why? Your question was answered. CPU temps change based on load. More load, higher temps. In any case, if your max temps don't go over danger limits (80C for most CPUs), you have nothing to worry about.


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On 2/16/2019 at 6:48 AM, quayyum94 said:

But,why does the temperature flactuate so much?

From 30°-50°??

It means your cpu isn't idling.


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13 minutes ago, quayyum94 said:

Is it normal for a cpu to reach 65° Celsius temperature??,still having so much air flow!!

What CPU do you have we have to know that to help you


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4 hours ago, quayyum94 said:

Is it normal for a cpu to reach 65° Celsius temperature??,still having so much air flow!!

If you're referring to load temps, 65c is pretty low for a 8700.

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On 2/22/2019 at 8:17 PM, quayyum94 said:

i7 8700

With stock cooling thats nice temp overall. High idle/low load temps are also normal with stock coolers. Your CPU is fine, having higher idle/low load temps won't hurt anything.


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