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Are these temps normal for a i7-7700(non-k)?
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Default Are these temps normal for a i7-7700(non-k)? - 05-30-2017, 02:49 | posts: 1,064

I'm currently using a Cooler Master 212x since the stock cooler wasn't enough.

Temp per core sits around 32c-34c at idle.

After running prime95(max heat test) for 30 minutes it reached and stayed around 72c-76c.

Current room temperature is 26c.
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Default 06-03-2017, 01:35 | posts: 94 | Location: France

With this cooler, these are normal tempratures to me.

If you plan on stressing your CPU pretty often, and so really want to lower it, you could invest in a better cooler.

Also, if it's possible with your mb, check your CPU voltages.
Z270 boards give way too much power to 7700s, even at stock, I did gain around 8 adjusting it. Although it might be specific to this chipset.
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Default 06-10-2017, 21:26 | posts: 68

Looks perfect!
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