CPU Temperature question.

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by stereoxide, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. stereoxide

    stereoxide Member Guru

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    Is 50-55C normal temp for an e6700? This is idle temp (well Im running Folding@home in the background). Stock cooling.
     
  2. DayDreamer

    DayDreamer Maha Guru

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    That's a bit high. is it OCed? What do u use for temp monitoring?
     
  3. surrealX

    surrealX Ancient Guru

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    Remember stock cooler.
     
  4. stereoxide

    stereoxide Member Guru

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    Not OC'ed. Im using SpeedFan to monitor the temps. I thought stock cooling would be alright since Im not gonna OC anyway.
     

  5. embrace

    embrace New Member

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    did you use any thermal paste?
     
  6. surrealX

    surrealX Ancient Guru

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    Stock cooler usually comes with some applied to it already.
     
  7. i_am_vince

    i_am_vince Active Member

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    what the ambiance temp in the case? is the case well ventilated without the messy wires and cables? unless the cpu cooler is the problem, i find that gpu heat can warm up the temp in the case... just like putting a fan in sauna, it's blowing hot air around.
     
  8. Billabong

    Billabong Ancient Guru

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    That's not idle, if you've got FAH set up correctly you should be at 100% on both cores so it is a load temp not idle.

    That is a good temp for a stock cooler at full load.
     

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