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yeah its summer here and late evening. During winters it hangs around 26degree idle smile.gif

I've notices it 10 degree more than the room temp. So i reckon its normal

 

Yeah summers in Aus are crazy..

 

 

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I moved to California and temps are a bit higher in my room now(well I lowered the AC a bit now so it should be better)

 

But this was tested at about 26C ambient.

 

3770K @ 4.5ghz, 1.25v with Thermaltake 2.0 Extreme

 

Idle: 30C

Load: 83C (Hottest)

 

 

 

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Edited by Krieg1337

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I moved to California and temps are a bit higher in my room now(well I lowered the AC a bit now so it should be better)

 

But this was tested at about 26C ambient.

 

3770K @ 4.5ghz, 1.25v with Thermaltake 2.0 Extreme

 

Idle: 30C

Load: 83C (Hottest)

 

 

 

IBT1_zps92610e3c.png

 

Load temperature is a bit higher than the normal You might consider decreasing the overclock.

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That was with IBT and actually room temp was 27C as I had been testing with Linx before that.

 

Here is about 15 minutes of Prime95 at ~25C, so more normal usage, although it will never even get close to that kind of load. (During games peak I saw was 55C on the hottest core and that was after a few hours when my room was getting a bit toasty)

 

 

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Edited by Krieg1337

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Ambient 20c Idle 22c Load 41c.

Gigabyte 990FXA UD7 rev 1.1 f11d bios [email protected] Vcore 1.3125,(stock) WaterBlock Koolance 380a,Pump D5.Classic ThermoChill PA140.3(G3/8) with shroud 115cfm 140mm fans in pull.

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