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Are These Temps OK For 2500k OC'd With Gellid Cooler?

That's why we advise a good cooler and aiming for the lowest temps and voltage your CPU/heatsink will give you. ~OCnoob For those with a few minutes, have a read through As someone else mentioned earlier in the thread, you may want to go with a cooler with a 120mm fan. Make sure the Case has decent airflow, temps in the room aren't too warm, check the cooler to make sure the clips are securely locking too... tonyacardo replied Feb 1, 2017 at 1:46 PM HDD stops working when on battery storage_man replied Feb 1, 2017 at 1:45 PM Huge font and scroll bar problem Everway9 replied Feb http://webstrategy360.com/are-these/are-these-temps-normal.html

It helped me sort through some of the settings and figure out which ones I wanted to change.. This is the first personal intel build I've done for myself. I started with a Zalman CNPS x10 Performa and it blocked my first DIMM slot with the fan. Note that, SOME CPUS may require CPU PLL overvoltage to be turned on to hit 4.5Ghz. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/i-upgraded-to-a-i5-2500k-and-have-questions.173830/

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Use the following monitoring software to keep an eye on your CPU temperatures while you run your stress test (blend) Coretemp http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/ & CPUID HWMon http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html HWMon will monitor your CPU Went up to 80degrees. A couple of points I would add. Again, thanks for all help given. =) I am really a big noob when it comes down to these kind of things.

I'm at 1.3v in BIOS, 1.296v actual. Password Register FAQ / Rules Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... Thing to note is I wasn't able to do the Prime95 3hour test. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1747614/2500k-temps.html Join Date: May 2011 Location: London Posts: 10,517 Hell no!

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Also what is Spread spectrum. This Site If you EVER hit 90, stop whatever you're doing and let the cpu cool to idle IMMEDIATELY. Arghnews View Public Profile Find More Posts by Arghnews 10th Apr 2012, 19:33 #19 Elton Officially a Whisky Nerd Join Date: Jan 2009 Location: California Posts: 8,570 Try Is that normal???

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Not very good for keeping that thing cool and I suspect he is running an i7 9xx CPU. Then there is room to improve OCing if/when you buy new GPU. 2500k can be overclocken with multipier, meaning you can overclock only the CPU, while RAM/MOBO/GPU stays at defaulta clocks. This can lead to less power use and lower temperatures. Source As mentioned above if you want to add a cheap aftermarker cooler the CM212 evo is a great option.

Set it to 50%. with Grandis solved Normal temps for 2500k? D1 revision typically requires more voltage (and hence more heat dissipation) than D2 revision...and both D1 and D2 clock easier than D0 (Engineering samples).

Should I lower my voltage to 1.32v?

Don't do it. Will it work? A cpu temperature should vary with load.My CPUTIN(H55N USB3) sometimes shows 89c, but it is just a bug(my current board is show 124c).If you have no plans to overclock, and you I've installed plenty of Intel stock coolers so far, but I'll try to re-seat it, although all four 'clicked' in without much struggle.

Will allow for a moderate OC and still keep your cpu at a decent temp.Hope this helped. How cool do you expect your PC to be?! All rights reserved. I think you may be considered running hot, but not to the point of cpu damage(depending on the thermal paste you used, you may be able to get 1-2c better results