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My CPU temperature gets up to 102

Hey guys,

When using my PC normally even I am not doing anything my CPU temperature gets up to 52 - 65 

And when I try installing any game or do multiple things its get upto 102 and after 10 minutes or so 

It shutsdown 

And my processor doesn't have heat sink paste

 

Processor- i3-2130

Ram- 6gb ddr3

No graphics card

Motherboard - zebronics h61 1155 

 

Any help ??

 

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1. Shut down your PC

2. Remove the cooler

3. Add thermal paste 

4. Install cooler properly

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5 minutes ago, Gamer 009 said:

And my processor doesn't have heat sink paste

Thermal paste is usually "supplied" on the cooler, but only for the first fitting.

Have you rebuilt it, recently?  That CPU should idle at around ambient (room) temperature, maybe 5° higher.

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Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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If your cpu cooler looks like crap?  Get a better one, and ABSOLUTELY use thermal paste.  

 

Cheap thermal paste will be a HUGE improvement over nothing.

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21 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

well that's your problem

Agreed. In order to properly transfer heat from the IHS to the cooler plate the two surfaces need to make complete contact, even at a microscopic level. Even though both surfaces look perfectly smooth to the naked eye, if you were to view them under a microscope, you'd see all sorts of ridges and bumps. The thermal paste serves to fill these in creating complete contact. Without paste, heat transfer drops significantly, resulting in the CPU temps getting quickly out of hand. You need to apply thermal paste.

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Oh and if your CPU cooler is already out of the case make sure to clean it! Make sure that there isn't 10 years worth of dust between the fins.

 -+-+- This is a reminder to clean the dust filters of your PC! -+-+-

 

Ryzen Build:

Ryzen 5 1600 3.8GHz - RX 570 4GB - 2x8GB DDR4 - ASUS Prime X370-Pro - Shadow Rock 2 - Define S - Seasonic Prime Gold 650W

500GB NVME SSD - 1TB HDD - 2TB HDD - Windows 10 Pro

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2 hours ago, Eighjan said:

Thermal paste is usually "supplied" on the cooler, but only for the first fitting.

Have you rebuilt it, recently?  That CPU should idle at around ambient (room) temperature, maybe 5° higher.

No I have not rebuilt it

The cooler provided with my processor is not working anymore 

So I bought another one 

A cheap one. And it does not have thermal paste

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1 minute ago, Gamer 009 said:

No I have not rebuilt it

The cooler provided with my processor is not working anymore 

So I bought another one 

A cheap one. And it does not have thermal paste

NEED thermal paste before fitting cooler & do not tighten too much.

I frequently edit any posts you may quote; please check for additional info. added.

 

Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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On 5/4/2021 at 8:40 PM, Gamer 009 said:

No I have not rebuilt it

The cooler provided with my processor is not working anymore 

So I bought another one 

A cheap one. And it does not have thermal paste

You are contradicting there. Upgrading cooler means you have rebuilt it. As in changed cooler or removed it for cleaning. You need thermal paste.

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