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Windows 7: TEMPS

19 May 2011   #11
belikexp

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by OCIR View Post
Hi all just want to know if this is ok I just got crysis 2 the other day and after 2 hrs of play I can see all my cores hit around 69c its a I7 stock fan is this bad or just ok
I was using a the stock fan and hit 100c @ 100% load. If you can afford it buy a Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus CPU cooler. You will see your temps drop 20c.


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19 May 2011   #12
sygnus21

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

If you're not into overclocking a stock fan works just fine. Also don't buy into to the hype that your temps will cause your system to melt down. They are exactly where they should be for a stock into fan that Intel themselves shipped with their CPU's. I'm quite sure and confident that if Intel thought the fans were inadequate they would have provided something more robust.

The point is the stock cooler is sufficient for the CPU as designed..... Regardless of what we, and third party manufactures (who are trying to make a sale) think.

Now, if you intend to overclock, than yeah, get a "better" cooler. In this case, "better" just means the cooler can handle the "extra" heat put out by the "overclocked" CPU.

BTW I have an overclocked CPU and thus an aftermarket CPU cooler. If I wasn't overclocking, and didn't have money to burn (no pun intended) I would happily stick with the stock cooler.

My two cents.

@ belikexp, If your stock CPU cooler allowed 100 degrees Celsius on load, you need to check for proper installation!
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19 May 2011   #13
OCIR

windows 7 home permium 64 bits
 
 
V6 GT

WHAT DO YALL THINK ABOUT A COOLERMASTER V6 GT
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19 May 2011   #14
sygnus21

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

I don't have that cooler so I can't comment on it's performance. Anyway you're probably better off reading reviews and gaging for yourself.

- Cooler Master V6 GT review
- Newegg.com - COOLER MASTER V6 GT RR-V6GT-22PK-R1 120mm DynaLoop CPU Cooler w/ Universal bracket & Dual Fan
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19 May 2011   #15
Wallonn7

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post
If you're not into overclocking a stock fan works just fine. Also don't buy into to the hype that your temps will cause your system to melt down. They are exactly where they should be for a stock into fan that Intel themselves shipped with their CPU's. I'm quite sure and confident that if Intel thought the fans were inadequate they would have provided something more robust.

The point is the stock cooler is sufficient for the CPU as designed..... Regardless of what we, and third party manufactures (who are trying to make a sale) think.

Now, if you intend to overclock, than yeah, get a "better" cooler. In this case, "better" just means the cooler can handle the "extra" heat put out by the "overclocked" CPU.

BTW I have an overclocked CPU and thus an aftermarket CPU cooler. If I wasn't overclocking, and didn't have money to burn (no pun intended) I would happily stick with the stock cooler.

My two cents.

@ belikexp, If your stock CPU cooler allowed 100 degrees Celsius on load, you need to check for proper installation!
"My two cents"?! Why so little?!
Wise words, sygnus21!!!
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19 May 2011   #16
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

As already mentioned, if you are not into Overclocking, all those extra heat pipes really will not be that much more of a benefit.

If you want a aftermarket cooler to bring temps down, it doesnt have to be a high end one.


For example, something like one of these:
Newegg.com - COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus RR-B10-212P-G1 "Heatpipe Direct Contact" Long Life Sleeve 120mm CPU Cooler Compatible Intel Core i5 & Intel Core i7

Newegg.com - XIGMATEK LOKI SD963 92mm HYPRO Bearing CPU Cooler bracket included I7 i5 775 1155 AMD and dual fan push pull compatible

Will do much better than the stock cooler, and cost less. They are more than enough for cooling a stock CPU, even a with a bit of a OC.


If OCing is something you want to do, then higher end coolers would be a good idea, depending how much you want to push it.



Of course its up to you, and however much you wish to spend on one.
Just a thought.
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