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    Default e7500 temps going as high as 70-72 deg @ load.

    Winter is over, i knew it was goin to bump up...but soo much?? the idle is almost 6 degrees higher now.idle is around 50 these days.and the load temp is even more horrifying..its in the 70s.. i tried 3-4 different stock coolers...dint show much of a diff. so that leaves me with so little headroom for OC..and also could u guys fill me with some info please? like-
    1. Is there any shop that brings Aftermarket cooler other than UCC? (coz other shopkeepers gimme blank look whenever i tried asking for those)
    2. Where can i find Thermal paste? how much they cost?
    3. If i think about removing the fan and try to clean it, does it mean i need to reapply the paste again?

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    Default Re: e7500 temps going as high as 70-72 deg @ load.

    kire bai...anyone??!!

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    Default Re: e7500 temps going as high as 70-72 deg @ load.

    Bro are you sure about the installation of the cooler? I'm not doubting you.. it's just that intel's stock cooler is not up to the mark and the locking mechanism is not too convincing.. pastes do make a difference but the temps you're getting seems a touch high to me even with the light stock cooler intel has these days shipped with the processors.. where do you live? Maybe I could be of some help, and as for paste, I've access to really really cheap pastes that comes in small packets along with chinese intel coolers for only 10/= per packet at times for free! before we move on to anything else I'd like to know some answers.. did you clean the old paste that came with the processor's stock cooling? How much were the temps before you noticed the sudden increase due to the season change.. and I suppose the last question would be.. have you installed the cooler while the board was mounted to the case or did you install it while the board was unmounted from the case because sometimes when the board is mounted to the case and you install the cooler you might think you've installed the cooler right but it really isn't installed properly. These are my opinions.. and I'd also like to see a few others try and help you out.

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    Default Re: e7500 temps going as high as 70-72 deg @ load.

    At first i need to thank u for answering specially for the way u did.
    I'm pretty sure about installation of the cooler (i mean the fitting).tried both- keeping and removing the motherboard from the case. Nd yes as u said intel coolers these days suck big time. As i said in my post i actually tested 3-4 heatsinks, and i kept the last one,and its heavier than the one that came with the CPU. but its worth mentioning that it aint all that good either, pretty much the same temps . so i gave up and kept this one.i don have neither the space nor the money to buy a Duorb cooler.cant find any used aftermarket one for sale either.
    before the season changed it used to be in the 41-42s.

    now after i posted this thread. i refitted the heatsink, the temps went down but then again its very little.its in the 47s now.i don get it at all. I used to have a 65nm dual core...hell the temp never went above 35 @ idle.im really disappointed about this 45nm ones.
    i must admit that there might be something im missing...applying the thermal paste is the part i know a very little about.as i tried a lot of coolers, there is a possibility that i might have made a mess with too much paste on it.i tried cleaning the old paste, but don think i did it properly.
    any help would be appreciated. thanks again.
    And i live in shantinagar,eastern point.

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    Default Re: e7500 temps going as high as 70-72 deg @ load.

    Quote Originally Posted by shohag2018 View Post
    At first i need to thank u for answering specially for the way u did.
    I'm pretty sure about installation of the cooler (i mean the fitting).tried both- keeping and removing the motherboard from the case. Nd yes as u said intel coolers these days suck big time. As i said in my post i actually tested 3-4 heatsinks, and i kept the last one,and its heavier than the one that came with the CPU. but its worth mentioning that it aint all that good either, pretty much the same temps . so i gave up and kept this one.i don have neither the space nor the money to buy a Duorb cooler.cant find any used aftermarket one for sale either.
    before the season changed it used to be in the 41-42s.

    now after i posted this thread. i refitted the heatsink, the temps went down but then again its very little.its in the 47s now.i don get it at all. I used to have a 65nm dual core...hell the temp never went above 35 @ idle.im really disappointed about this 45nm ones.
    i must admit that there might be something im missing...applying the thermal paste is the part i know a very little about.as i tried a lot of coolers, there is a possibility that i might have made a mess with too much paste on it.i tried cleaning the old paste, but don think i did it properly.
    any help would be appreciated. thanks again.
    And i live in shantinagar,eastern point.
    I'm from Motijheel, Arambagh So you're not far from me at all. And the thing is the temperatures you're mentioning now are okay for this time of the season considering that you don't have any thermal compound installed on the HSF or the processor.. If you aren't satisfied with the temperatures, save up money and buy a better cooler, I luckily bought a cooler which was used inside a brand pc, and that cooler didn't had nuts or any locks since it could only be mounted on that particular brand pc it was useless to the shopkeeper and I bought it for cheap, used rubber silencer and plastic washers and screwed it with nuts to my board and VOILA! I got silent and very decent cooling So I guess I'm just lucky



    Have a look at my rig plus the cooler I used to hang out in a few pc shops and adopted this method of running the cpu on a box from there.. Don't need the casing since there aren't any kids around

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    Default Re: e7500 temps going as high as 70-72 deg @ load.

    wow..u re one nice n kind guy..the least i can say. thanks for these pics. nd yeah...i feel a little better knowing these temps are not over the moon. nd as we live so close, i hope we ll see a lot of each other in future.
    oh...n i must say nice ¤¤¤¤ing job with the Cooler there man. i have those old microlab casings...its very easy to open the casing sideways...so yeah..nyways..thanks a lot again.peace.

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    Default Re: e7500 temps going as high as 70-72 deg @ load.

    Quote Originally Posted by shohag2018 View Post
    Winter is over, i knew it was goin to bump up...but soo much?? the idle is almost 6 degrees higher now.idle is around 50 these days.and the load temp is even more horrifying..its in the 70s.. i tried 3-4 different stock coolers...dint show much of a diff. so that leaves me with so little headroom for OC..and also could u guys fill me with some info please? like-
    1. Is there any shop that brings Aftermarket cooler other than UCC? (coz other shopkeepers gimme blank look whenever i tried asking for those)
    2. Where can i find Thermal paste? how much they cost?
    3. If i think about removing the fan and try to clean it, does it mean i need to reapply the paste again?
    70"c load temp ektu beshi hoye jai stock speed e. Load ta kon game/soft use kore 70"c ?
    Info:
    1. No and yes. Ucc ba globalbrand sara kisu shop e onek somoy ane kintu dui ekta r price beshi thake. U can try binary logic idb. Age gigabyte er duita model anto smart tec. kintu ekhon r dekha jai na.
    2 Branded paste ucc (thermaltake) , binary logic(coolermaster) ane.
    550tk, 800tk, 1000tk, 2200tk price (depends on model and quantity)
    Mazhar mone hoi arctic cooling er Matrix paste sell korse 800~900tk te.
    3. Heatsink kholar pore motherboard ba hetasink clean korte gele paste nosto hoye jai. Tai paste clean kore new paste apply korte hoi.

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    Default Re: e7500 temps going as high as 70-72 deg @ load.

    @ murad9... thanks for the info. i ll try them. r temp ta prime95 use korsilam.
    Last edited by shohag2018; March 27th, 2010 at 19:35.

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