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Over heating CPU

Hello,

 

i just built my PC and ran bios. With the computer sitting in bios for 5 minutes I noticed the CPU reaching temperatures of around 80-85 celsius. I understand if it was an airflow or if it was completing a hard task but it was just in bios. Any reason for this?

 

 

 

I’m running a core i5-7500 on a MSI B250 gaming m3 motherboard. In my phenteks case, I have 1 fan in the front and 1 in the back. I plan on putting in a cpu cooler and graphics card.

 

thanks. 

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Improper mounting pressure probably

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13 minutes ago, Superman.Ninja said:

Hello,

 

i just built my PC and ran bios. With the computer sitting in bios for 5 minutes I noticed the CPU reaching temperatures of around 80-85 celsius. I understand if it was an airflow or if it was completing a hard task but it was just in bios. Any reason for this?

 

 

 

I’m running a core i5-7500 on a MSI B250 gaming m3 motherboard. In my phenteks case, I have 1 fan in the front and 1 in the back. I plan on putting in a cpu cooler and graphics card.

 

thanks. 

 

9 minutes ago, Pyramiden said:

You mean that you currently don't have a CPU cooler installed?...
If so, install one with thermal paste between the processor and the cooler...

I read what this guy read

 

If you are actually running this without a CPU cooler than I would expect your temps to get worse, far far worse ;)

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18 minutes ago, Superman.Ninja said:

I plan on putting in a cpu cooler

honestly I'm surprised you can even get into bios if you don't have any sort of cpu cooler. At the very least you should use the crumby little cooler that comes with the cpu

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Dang, I was hoping not to have a need for that cpu cooler until I got the one I’m waiting for. But I’ll just have to bite the bullet and put it on. 

 

Thanks everybody!

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Now it’s just hanging out at 26 Celsius. Thanks everybody. Gotta love the noobs to keep you all on your toes. 

 

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