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    hey gys........ whats up...

    i hav a problm with my core i5 750 . Its idle temp is 55-63 C and load temp sometimes goes upto 99 and generly 88-92 C .

    is it normal ? what is your suggesion guys :mellow::mellow:

    i am very tensd abt it ,it is only 5 month old , pls reply asap

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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    99 C ??? That's not normal. Infact it harms your processor. I had a similar problem where my former Pentium D overheated to 104 C , I found out that the problem was caused by a poor CPU fan / cooling system. Since your's is new I'm concerned.
    Last edited by |Blaze|; January 3rd, 2011 at 20:38.

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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    Check whether the Heatsink is placed tightly or not. And check if there is a thermal paste between the heat-spreader and heatsink. Is your CPU overclocked?
    Last edited by Dee; January 9th, 2011 at 22:21.

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    no, no overclock ,and its stock cooler... btw wht is heat-spreader and heatsink ? very little knowldge abt it..Btw i bought it from rishit , i called there ,they said there is no thermel paste coz i didnt buy paste then (actualy i dnt evn knw abt it) . they also said i can buy 1 for 50bdt and apply myself.. So what to do ??? rishit says 99 C is no problem at all !! confusing
    Last edited by saif; January 3rd, 2011 at 20:43.

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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    Rishit guys are noobs. Get a thermal paste and apply it on the processor and then press on it with the heatsink. Google to find out about heat-spreader and heat-sink.

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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    Quote Originally Posted by saif View Post
    no, no overclock ,and its stock cooler... btw wht is heat-spreader and heatsink ? very little knowldge abt it..Btw i bought it from rishit , i called there ,they said there is no thermel paste coz i didnt buy paste then (actualy i dnt evn knw abt it) . they also said i can buy 1 for 50bdt and apply myself.. So what to do ??? rishit says 99 C is no problem at all !! confusing
    they should've applied it
    if they assembled the system
    have u recently opened the Fan?
    make sure the fan is tightly attached
    i had the same problem once
    and if they didn't apply any thermal paste
    then it would seem u had this high temps
    since u bought it and riSHIT should be held responsible
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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    Re-seat the CPU heatsink and see if the thermal paste is spread properly over the CPU in a circular shape. Check if the heatsink is properly installed (I mean if the pressure is OK). Also, see if you've missed one push pin which results in the lack of pressure. Don't worry, you have seen the so called "thermal throttling" in effect, which would lock your temperatures at 99 (or 100, not sure) before any damage could've been done. But don't create the same scenario again, as its theoretically safe, who knows what you've got out there. In this winter, your idle should not cross 40-45 degrees celsius.


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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Rishit guys are noobs. Get a thermal paste and apply it on the processor and then press on it with the heatsink. Google to find out about heat-spreader and heat-sink.
    the tp is always on the coooler so there is no way to not apply it unless they wiped it out......

    ---------- Post added at 21:32 ---------- Previous post was at 21:30 ----------

    i suggest open the cooler nd wipe the paste if thers any...then get a tube of paste (dont get the packet 1 as it sucks) frm foresigt in idb nd just spread it over the CPU........

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    well, which tp is good ,any suggestion ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by saif View Post
    rishit says 99 C is no problem at all !! confusing
    OMG no problem with 99 c what they think that processor
    is a pressure cooker for cooking
    check ur thermal paste nd heat sink. if no paste then buy it. nd after placing paste if there is no good result then buy good heat sink nd cooler before u fry ur MB nd system

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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    Quote Originally Posted by saif View Post
    rishit says 99 C is no problem at all !! confusing
    Either they are noobs, or we are. Take your pick.

    Quote Originally Posted by saif View Post
    well, which tp is good ,any suggestion ??
    What's "good"? Too little or too much - both cause high temps. What about heatsink pressure? Also, can you feel the warm air being flushed out from the heatsink when the CPU reaches 99? If the air is not so hot then the heatsink is not in proper contact with the CPU.

    It would be best if you could post some pics of your setup so that we could examine them.


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    i want to know the normal temp @ stock cooler.... any one who use core i5 750 share the info pls...

    and which thermal paste will good for my prossr ?

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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    well, i'm running a i7 860 which operates pretty at the same temp level as a i5 750 (correct me if i'm wrong)......running with stock cooler, my idle temp is in the range of 38-42 degrees.....and load temp is in the range 50-55 degrees......

    if you are unable to re-apply the thermal paste/heat sink......then just take you pc to rishit and ask them to do it for you....after all, you pc is still under warranty coverage and free service.....(don't listen to their bullsh*t)

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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    If you've never taken out the Heat Sink and Fan, then don't take any risks :mellow: Take it to Rishit and tell them to Re-seat the Heat Sink and Fan, if they don't agree and say that it's normal, start talking to them in a higher voice tone and force them to re-seat the Heat Sink and Fan An angrier voice tone always does the trick

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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    Quote Originally Posted by saif View Post
    i want to know the normal temp @ stock cooler.... any one who use core i5 750 share the info pls...

    and which thermal paste will good for my prossr ?
    Although my i5 750 is slightly overclocked (3.6ghz from stock 2.67ghz ) it humbly stays around 34-37 all 4 core when idle. With all default power saver feature enabled.

    On load it stays below 55 (just tested with prime95) although its not a good quad stressor.

    The main reason u r getting high temp is becaz ur Heatsink didnt sit properly OR the stock heat paste has been accidentally wiped out by some moron.

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    Hey gys thnx for your replies .. i happy to see that all of you try to help me heart n soul thats why i always say " am proud to be a member of banglagamer family"

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    kon brand er thermal paste better hobe? and which shop ?
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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    new information me. thanks.

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    Default Re: core i5 high temp problem

    Artic silver 5 (but not available here)
    U may get those small non-brand tubes for tk 100....those r good nd te packet 1 suckz....

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    Don't mention it, bro. We're always meant to help each other. And I'm glad that your problem is solved and that now you're couraged enough to open up the heat-sink . Good luck, brother.
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