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my cpu is a core i5 7400

cooler is cooler master gemini ii rgb 

on windows doing nothing i get 50 c 

on 50 percent usage i get 70 and on 100 usage i get up to 87 

is it ok?

i changed from intel stock to this cooler four months ago maybe i did too much thermal paste or sth and also the fan is like a bit loose cause its soo big and i couldnt get the last screw to go in 

 

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take off the cooler, clean off the cpu and cooler compltley, clean the fan out from dust, Install the cooler correctly with it making full contact with the cpu and you should be fine but otherwise no those temps are not normal


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The Gemini is not so big a cooler, I'm not surprised. Still, those are perfectly safe operating temps


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2 hours ago, fasauceome said:

The Gemini is not so big a cooler, I'm not surprised. Still, those are perfectly safe operating temps

It's still much better than the stock cooler which can easily keep temps in check for the 7400.

 

If by fan, you mean the cooler itself, then the cooler isn't properly installed. Reseat the cooler and make sure that it's evenly and gradually tightened in an X-pattern as opposed to one side before the other. 


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On a high side, those. What motherboard you have? You can easily lower temps by setting up manual voltage. I can almost bet that's one reason load temps are so high.


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