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I5 3570k with H100i Temp questions

#11Killah PriestPosted 4/21/2014 4:42:01 PM
I've used that, a program from intel, and monitoring temps while playing games.

around the same results.

Called up corsair and they said the temps were too high and said to RMA it, so I exchanged it with amazon and the replacement had the same temps, so I exchanged it again and the replacement had the same temps. CPU was properly cleaned in between coolers.
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#12DragnfyrPosted 4/21/2014 5:11:06 PM(edited)
Killah Priest posted...
I've used that, a program from intel, and monitoring temps while playing games.

around the same results.

Called up corsair and they said the temps were too high and said to RMA it, so I exchanged it with amazon and the replacement had the same temps, so I exchanged it again and the replacement had the same temps. CPU was properly cleaned in between coolers.


That's pretty strange. Intel Burn Test causes my temps to go 20-30C higher than when I play BF4. I have the H80i.
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#13Killah PriestPosted 4/21/2014 6:26:08 PM
That's pretty strange. Intel Burn Test causes my temps to go 20-30C higher than when I play BF4. I have the H80i.

absolutely nothing makes my temps go higher than BF4, not even stress tests.
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#14SolidManifest(Topic Creator)Posted 4/21/2014 6:45:59 PM
Will intel replace a CPU if its producing more heat than it normally would?
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#15WerdnAndreWPosted 4/21/2014 6:51:15 PM
If its within range at stock, no.
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#16DragnfyrPosted 4/21/2014 7:03:40 PM
Killah Priest posted...
That's pretty strange. Intel Burn Test causes my temps to go 20-30C higher than when I play BF4. I have the H80i.

absolutely nothing makes my temps go higher than BF4, not even stress tests.


So BF4 also makes it run at around 70C? My 4670K runs at 45-55C in BF4 and close to 80C under Intel Burn Test.
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#17Killah PriestPosted 4/21/2014 7:05:38 PM(edited)
So BF4 also makes it run at around 70C? My 4670K runs at 45-55C in BF4 and close to 80C under Intel Burn Test.

I have to lower my OC or else BF4 goes off the charts. BF4 isn't included in the "played some games" because there seemed to be something going on that wasn't quite normal with that one.
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#18SolidManifest(Topic Creator)Posted 4/21/2014 7:05:57 PM
WerdnAndreW posted...
If its within range at stock, no.


Mother ****ers!
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#19SolidManifest(Topic Creator)Posted 4/23/2014 7:42:12 PM
Just an update for those interested. The cooler was the prob. I just finished 30min run of 4.4ghz 1.180v. with all 4 core temps below 60c. Hottest core being 58c and coolest 53c.

Going to try a linpack run now.
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#20WerdnAndreWPosted 4/23/2014 7:47:30 PM
What was wrong?
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