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  1. #1
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    Apr 2009

    Default temps.

    Know ive read alot about temps n such.. i know anythin over 80c is bad ? maybe over 70c? heres a screen of my setup (on air cooling) At load heres the results. Is this fine or would u recommend lower temps?? thanks guys!

    As u can see max temp are on the left. I was stressing the cpu before i used burn with a 3d rendering program all cores at 100% for a good 30 mins.

  2. #2
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    Jun 2009
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    Default Re: temps.

    I think intel burn test normally gives temp at least 10 c higher then any program so i am sure those temps are fine. Why not disable hyperthreading and see if that doesnt help temps a little. Unless you are using all 8 cores.

    I know my cpu gets to 62c with intel burn test but if i run prime small FTT`s it maxes out @ 45-47c.

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    Those temps are fine for Intel Burn. When I run it on my machine I see temps as high as 85C. Is your heat sink fan the stock cooler? If so then your idle temps seem fine too.
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  4. #4
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    Apr 2009

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    Thanks guys i use alot of video and 3d redering so 8 cores are usefull :D, I have D0 stepping version of the i7 and a Noctua NH-U12P SE1366 cooler recived today i love it allredy ! :D

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