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Thermals 8700K

i got my 8700K

with a Corsair H100GTX cooler and thermal grizzly kryonaut paste

i'm seeing 50-60 °c on 10-20 % load

is that normal?

 

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1 minute ago, Kenny.h said:

i got my 8700K

with a Corsair H100GTX cooler and thermal grizzly kryonaut paste

i'm seeing 50-60 °c on 10-20 % load

is that normal?

 

Nah, it should be a bit lower. U sure the spread is good? 

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What about full load temps?

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26 minutes ago, filippalfi said:

Nah, it should be a bit lower. U sure the spread is good? 

i'm going to check that

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27 minutes ago, Firewrath9 said:

no. check if pump died.

Pump sounds ok and there is heat comming out of the rad so i gues its working

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3 minutes ago, Kenny.h said:

Pump sounds ok and there is heat comming out of the rad so i gues its working

did you take off the plastic, what speed are fans spinning, and what software are you using to check temps.

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I will third "what are load temps?"

 

The way turbo works is it will boost up very high very quickly to do stuff, even like load up chrome, or background tasks

 

If it's just spiking to 50 and cooling off really fast that's normal.

 

If you are gaming, which often is only 10-30% load, 50-60 is normal.

 

 

 

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Under full load 90-100 c

@ 3700 MHz 

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8 minutes ago, Kenny.h said:

Under full load 90-100 c

@ 3700 MHz 

something's wrong. paste, contact, pump

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53 minutes ago, Kenny.h said:

Under full load 90-100 c

@ 3700 MHz 

There is something wrong. Check the cooler mounting. How about the airflow of the case?

 

i7-8700K stock turbo boost won't go 80C under full load, even with decent air cooler on it.

If there's heat from the radiator so the pump is working.

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16 hours ago, _Hustler_One_ said:

There is something wrong. Check the cooler mounting. How about the airflow of the case?

 

i7-8700K stock turbo boost won't go 80C under full load, even with decent air cooler on it.

If there's heat from the radiator so the pump is working.

airflow should be ok got 3 fans in the bottom of the case pulling air in and in the top of the case the radiator pulling air out plus an extra fan to the rear to give the radiator extra cold air

it isent heat comming out of my GTX 1080

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This is how the spread of the thermal paste looks like

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Seems fine except that one spot but thats probably from removing, maybe a tiny bit too much. 

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i made a mistake by saying that there was heat comming out of my radiator it was heat of the tube going to the radiator but the radiator is cold

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