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Hello again...i just have one question but let me tell you story first... i just got an i7 2600(not k) and its working totally fine so when i got the new cpu i changed my termal paste... i bought the best cooler master thermal paste i could find (not a liquid metal but a thermal gel)...i poped a some of it on my cpu put back my cpu cooler and... got resaults i didnt expect at all... temps on CPU are 68°C in normal cases, and around 80°C while streaming/recording gameplay... i need to say its usually realy hot in my room in the day time its probably 33°C in here and in the night ~30°C... These temps were recorded during the night...

Are they normal for my CPU... ? Should i check if i put my cooler right or something? I dont realy know if does temps are normal in any way or healthy for my CPU... I heared that room temp plays a big rool in temps... so idk if thats a problem... any help?

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I have always found temps on sandybridge to be in the ~70c range under load with something similar to the stock cooler.

 

In a hot room this could easily end up in the 80's.

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Check your cooler installation, I've got a 2600 and it's not heating up like that, I've got the cheapest Thermaltake tower cooler I could find at the local computer shop on it, nothing too fancy and it's running considerably cooler.

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Just now, mudflapman said:

Check your cooler installation, I've got a 2600 and it's not heating up like that, I've got the cheapest Thermaltake tower cooler I could find at the local computer shop on it, nothing too fancy and it's running considerably cooler.

 

If they are using a stock HSF (no heatpipes, 70mm fan) these temps are pretty normal.

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