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Are these temps normal [idle and stressed]

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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I'd hardly call those "normal." My CPU while stressed is only as hot as your idle... using stock cooler.

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It's a bit high for an intel chip (stressed)... Are you using a stock cooler?

I only got those temps when I was rendering 1080p video using Vegas Pro and I'm using an AMD A8-5600K...

 

It would be best not to sustain it at those temperatures since it will shorten the lifespan of the chip...

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Good lord, give your system a chill pill. Those are some seriously high numbers, even for c2d.


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I'd hardly call those "normal." My CPU while stressed is only as hot as your idle... using stock cooler.

 

 

It's a bit high for an intel chip (stressed)... Are you using a stock cooler?

I only got those temps when I was rendering 1080p video using Vegas Pro and I'm using an AMD A8-5600K...

 

It would be best not to sustain it at those temperatures since it will shorten the lifespan of the chip...

 

 

Good lord, give your system a chill pill. Those are some seriously high numbers, even for c2d.

its overclocked from 2.4 to 3.2 on stock cooler 


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its overclocked from 2.4 to 3.2 on stock cooler 

Put it down to the stock clocks, straight away. 


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its overclocked from 2.4 to 3.2 on stock cooler 

imo, get a better cooler, some good thermal paste, and make sure not to overdo the thermal paste or anything. Seemingly small things like that could potentially cause things like this.


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92°C will damage your cores.......holy crap. You CPU is made for low 70s temps.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Put it down to the stock clocks, straight away. 

but if i put it to stock i lose more than 10-15 fps in most of the games 


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but if i put it to stock i lose more than 10-15 fps in most of the games 

But if you don't you'd lose more than 10-15 months of lifespan (I actually have no idea, just saying that that's way too hot and it might be causing the overheating). Also what is the Vcore at??


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but if i put it to stock i lose more than 10-15 fps in most of the games

Might as well throw lighter fluid on your PC.

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But if you don't you'd lose more than 10-15 months of lifespan (I actually have no idea, just saying that that's way too hot and it might be causing the overheating). Also what is the Vcore at??

1.475 if i lower it it crashes when stress testing so that is the low as it can get 


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1.475 if i lower it it crashes when stress testing so that is the low as it can get 

WAY too high, (well at least for the 4th gen processors) you need to knock the CPU down to stock clocks and all. 


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Might as well throw lighter fluid on your PC.

lol


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WAY too high, (well at least for the 4th gen processors) you need to knock the CPU down to stock clocks and all. 

i am actually more concerned about the motherboard at this point the lower heat sink is so hot i cant oven hold my hand on it for more than 2 sec. even tho it is was a good overclocking mobo back in 2007 


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i am actually more concerned about the motherboard at this point the lower heat sink is so hot i cant oven hold my hand on it for more than 2 sec. even tho it is was a good overclocking mobo back in 2007

If you need to overclock THAT much for decent performance in games, it's time to buy a new CPU.

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i am actually more concerned about the motherboard at this point the lower heat sink is so hot i cant oven hold my hand on it for more than 2 sec. even tho it is was a good overclocking mobo back in 2007 

Well the chipset on the motherboard can get really hot at times, not sure if it's normal though. 


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Like the people above me said, bump it down to stock clocks for now and get a better cooler before you overclock again...

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If you need to overclock THAT much for decent performance in games, it's time to buy a new CPU.

i acually ordered fx 6300 and its coming in 2 weeks i could off payed 10$ and have it delivered with euroexpress  but im fine with free shipping 


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Like the people above me said, bump it down to stock clocks for now and get a better cooler before you overclock again...

tbh i don't care if i break it i can get a new one for 10$ used 


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i acually ordered fx 6300 and its coming in 2 weeks i could off payed 10$ and have it delivered with euroexpress  but im fine with free shipping 

I just noticed that you were using an Asus P5B and a Core2 E400..

 

I used to game on those but it's time to upgrade since it will be bottlenecking your system (especially since you have an R9 GPU)...

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I just noticed that you were using an Asus P5B and a Core2 E400..

 

I used to game on those but it's time to upgrade since it will be bottlenecking your system (especially since you have an R9 GPU)...

oh im feeling the bottleneck 


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