Windows 10: Show Us Your Temps

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  1. Geosammy's Avatar
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    Win10 Home 64 bit, Ver 1803 (OS Build 17134.228)
       08 Apr 2018 #331

    Polo6RGTI said: View Post
    I replaced the fans of both the coolers with Corsair ML120 Pro's to improve the cooling efficiency. The Corsair ML120 Pro fans can spin up to 2400rpm (2500+rpm as per the readings in the BIOS) / airflow 75CFM / static air pressure 4.2mm-H2O max. The stock fan of the CoolerMaster Masterliquid Lite 120 spin up to 2000rpm / airflow 66.6CFM / static air pressure 2.34mm-H2O max. The H150i Pro's stock fans only spin up to 1600rpm / airflow 47.3CFM / static air pressure 1.78mm-H2O max which is not very helpful for overclocking.
    I agree, that high static pressure fans are best,
    for use with water cooling systems.
    As well as with any AIO liquid cooling solution.
    A less efficient fan,
    simply has to spin harder,
    to generate the same amount of airflow, than a more efficient fan.
    You either have less efficient cooling,
    or higher noise levels.
    Corsair's ML 120 Pro is a really good fan.
    However, when compared to price and performance.
    The Noctua NF-F12 120 blows it away, (no pun intended).
    Still, you have really great temps.
    Keep doing what you're doing and you'll be sitting pretty/cool for quite a while.
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    Windows 10 Pro Ver. 1803 (OS Build 17134.48)
       21 May 2018 #333

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    edit: It's 84f (29c) in my room atm
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit 1803 17134.254
       22 Jun 2018 #334

    Moved into Newer Apartment building, Garden Level

    Anyways Temps seem sorta higher than my previous location--Condo, Basement

    Dust clean out done this morning twice

    Are these Normal temps for an Intel I7, with MS Edge open, Secondlife Viewer, Avast, and such

    Asus Program shows ten degrees higher, Core temp shows around 48, 49-50C, and such

    Used AMD Systems for years, first spring/summer with Intel I7 based system, so making sure all is well
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       22 Jun 2018 #335

    AMDMan2016 said: View Post
    Moved into Newer Apartment building, Garden Level

    Anyways Temps seem sorta higher than my previous location--Condo, Basement

    Dust clean out done this morning twice

    Are these Normal temps for an Intel I7, with MS Edge open, Secondlife Viewer, Avast, and such

    Asus Program shows ten degrees higher, Core temp shows around 48, 49-50C, and such

    Used AMD Systems for years, first spring/summer with Intel I7 based system, so making sure all is well
    Your temps seem to be on par, with the stock Intel cooler/heatsink installed.

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    If I'm not mistaken, TJ MAX for most Intel processors is near 98C.
    Tj max stands for Tjunction Max, Tjunction is another word for core temps.
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit 1803 17134.254
       22 Jun 2018 #336

    Yeah think should be fine or I hope, and yes this system does have the stock heatsink, Oh I see, well hopefully as well, once I unpack more boxes, got a good size floor fan that I can use in here, to cool things off in the room a bit more when A/C isn't on, which it isn't right now, Ambient temps of Apartment right now 77f Degrees,

    I"m sure Ambient temp of old room was way cooler, and never hardly went over 45C lol, sometimes was in the low to mid 30's when doing my normal stuff lol, Old place was so cold in winter I had to wear a coat down there lol


    Anyhow happy with my Intel System, and once I clean room more, should have room for the floor fan perfectly in here
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       22 Jun 2018 #337

    AMDMan2016 said: View Post
    Yeah think should be fine or I hope, and yes this system does have the stock heatsink
    If your case and motherboard permits.
    Perhaps you can purchase and install an aftermarket CPU cooler/heatsink.
    A very popular one is the Hyper 212 EVO by Cooler Master.

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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit 1803 17134.254
       22 Jun 2018 #338

    Have a Asus G11CD Pre Built, not sure if the Case or Motherboard would permit an aftermarket cooler, but I will look into it
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       22 Jun 2018 #339

    AMDMan2016 said: View Post
    Have a Asus G11CD Pre Built, not sure if the Case or Motherboard would permit an aftermarket cooler, but I will look into it
    Yes look into this.
    Just about any aftermarket cooler, would be better then the stock Intel cooler.
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  10.    23 Jun 2018 #340

    Tower seems to be quite standard but I don't think CM 212Evo or such would fit, they are very tall. Something like this would be much better solution: Noctua NH-L12 120mm 92mm SSO Bearing PWM Fans CPU Cooler - Newegg.com
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