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  • System temp issue

    Missus is running an Intel E2200 CPU on a gigabyte board.

    It's idling about 35deg, showing about 43 in windows.

    Does that sound a little high? It's the stock cooler, and as far as I know literally jsut the stock pad that came on the heatsink. I was thinking of whipping it off and putting some decent compound on, but those push pins are a bitch... anyway to get those on/off without taking the whole board out?
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  • #2
    It's fine. I run an i5 750. It runs 45 idle and 65 load. Most Intel chips run pretty hot.

    Also, with those push pins you shouldn't have to take the mobo out.
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    • #3
      The comp shut down earlier with a temp warning, so I think I gotta do something about it. It beeps every so often at her too. Though, don't know what temps it his when that happens.
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      • #4
        Sounds like it might be overheating when going under load or the heat isnt escaping properly... whats the case like for airflow?

        35 degrees for idle doesnt sound too bad for a stock cooler tbh..
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        • #5
          You really need to see the load temperature. Sometimes a PC will give the temperature warning for unrelated things (caps about to blow/blown already).
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          • #6
            New or old? Have you cleaned the dust out of the heatsink lately?
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            • #7
              I'm doing a job on it tonight... four hard disks in a mid-tower case, so getting rid of all but one.

              I'm also going to put some Arctic silver on the sink too, see if I can't solve this. I did a load test with Prime 95 and it reach 72 degrees before it started beeping and didn't show signs of stopping.
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              • #8
                I think you're doing great. well with in spec:
                Minimum/Maximum operating temperature (
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                • #9
                  only one solution:

                  PEE on it!

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