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Windows 7: CPU maxed out reaches 74-75 degrees Celsius with liquid cooling

21 Oct 2017   #21

Windows 10

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
I'd remove and reinstall all of corsair link crapware after downloading a little better version
You can get it here
The Corsair User Forums - View Single Post - Discuss Link v4.6.0.86 here

Afterwards just ignore the do you want to update

Okay, I have a few more options as shown in the picture. I tried checking an option saying "set all fans to 100%" but i see no difference.

How may I go about increasing my pump/fan speed?

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21 Oct 2017   #22

Windows 10

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
I have a i5 6600K and made the stress test with CPU-Z. The temperature raised to 62șC and CPU fan only was at half speed. CPU clock was at 4200MHz. My CPU fan and heat sink is a Deep Cool 31 PWM Deep Cool Theta 31 CPU Cooler IC231PWM - Micro Center
that cost me US$ 16.
Can't understand how a US$ 60 H60 is worst than mine Deep Cool.
Ah, mine might be warmer because of my case's cooling, as well as my CPU is much older and requires 95 watts of power. Much more compared to yours I'm sure.

I'm pretty sure if I put my cooler in your case, your temps would be better than mine :P
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21 Oct 2017   #23

Windows 10

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21 Oct 2017   #24

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

Yep sorry you'll just have to adjust the cpu rpm's in your bios if it's an option there :/
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23 Oct 2017   #25

Windows 10

Good news!

It appears I've applied too little thermal paste, so I added more and the temps look better under full load. heres a picture.

Now all I gotta do is run it overnight to see.

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