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Solved: i5 stock cooler vs. 775 stock cooler

Q: Solved: i5 stock cooler vs. 775 stock cooler

Hey guys,

I've got a brand new core 2 duo stock cooler from my old PC, and it seems much better than the stock cooler I got on my i5: cooper base, twice as much heat sink and pretty much the same fan. I was wondering if it would work better on the i5 than the tiny little I think I got along with it. Place your opinions, I'll test it this afternoon and post the results.

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A: Solved: i5 stock cooler vs. 775 stock cooler

Eh, how embarrassing, the 775 cooler doesn't fit on the 1156 socket.

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Alright, so recently my stock cooler for my CPU has been getting really annoying. It seems to get really loud during gaming, with my CPU temps averaging around 43c.

So I decided to grab a new CPU cooler. Ive had my eyes on the

But now after a little of reading up on the cooler, I'm a little concern about size and effectiveness. Here's my case if anyone knows if it will definitely fit.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147047&Tpk=Rosewill armor gaming case

Also,id like to know if there are any other good CPU coolers out their along the same price range, that performs better.

-Thanks In advance

A:New CPU cooler to replace AMD 965BE stock cooler

The V8 is still a very good cooler, and was top dog for its time. if you want the top performers now , you are going to pay another $30 for them.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...00 50001444&IsNodeId=1&name=Thermalright, Inc.




I have the Silver Arrow (3 fan) cooling an AMD Phenom II x6 1100T @ 4.3Ghz and It's stellar.

Make sure you know the measurements of your case if you are getting a high end cooler.

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Recently bought an Artic Cooling Freezer 13 Pro. Im not planning on doing any major overclocking, just want a little headroom to up my Core i7 920 over the 3ghz mark.

On first installation the temps werent great, I put that down to the pre-applied thermal paste. So I cleaned it off and put on the Arctic Silver 5. Im pretty pissed off to see that the temps are still near enough if not worse than stock cooling. With the system running at stock settings, the cpu is idling at 40degrees and 5 minutes of Prime95 pushes it over the 80 degree mark and climbing. At this rate, I havent a hope of overclocking the cpu past 2.6 as it can't even cope with that. Artic Cooling state on the box that the cooler should be able to get an overclocked i7 920 @ 3.6ghz down to 49 degrees!!

Any suggestions as to what the problem may be. Im using a Coolermaster CM 690 case with front rear and side 120 case fans. Even with the side panel off, it only makes a difference of 2 or 3 degrees but the readings are still way over what they should be for a system running at stock speed.

A:Solved: Aftermarket Cooler worse than Stock?

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im after something better then the stock cooler for my lga 775 Q9550, from the link below or or any sites please recommend one to me, price limit is $60 AUD

im looking for a good balance between noise and cooling, good cooling and not noisy.


thanks for the help.

A:Best cooler other than stock?

Are you planning to overclock?
Will your chassis accept a tower cooler based on a 120mm fan design ? (You will need approx 160mm of space between the motherboard and the side of the case)
From the Techbuy site these are good coolers:

The Cooler Master Hyper 212 would be the best performer.

If you limited to approx <130mm of space then this:

the 3R Systems Iceage 120 (especially the Boss II variant if within your price range), Thermalright Ultra-90, Sunbeamtech Core-Contact Freezer (120 and 92mm fan versions) would also be good choices.

The Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 range are cheap but not a huge step up from the stock Intel cooler- ok if you plan on no (or mild) overclocking.

My second system runs a tower cooler (Sunbeamtech Core-Contact Freezer- the 120mm version) on top of a Q9400 running at 3.6GHz ( 425 x 8, 1.25v in BIOS) 24/7 at 33-37 C idle, 45 C (approx) normal load, 47-52 C using OCCT torture test (Prime95 small/blend FFT). These are summer temps when the ambient (room) temp is 26-34 C.Most good coolers in a well ventilated chassis will give similar results.... Read more

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Hello guys and girls, Since Christmas ended, ive been having issues with my stock cpu cooler fan. Sometimes it will screech and make engine like noises while other times it will just stop spinning. The fan that i am currently looking at is this onehttps://www.amazon.ca/Cooler-Master-SickleFlow-120-Radiators/dp/B0026ZPFCK/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&... I just want to make sure that it will fit the stock cooler if not will this cooler work for the cpu? https://www.amazon.ca/Cooler-Master-Hyper-T2-Heatpipes/dp/B00K7809O2/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF... Thanks !

A:Will this fan fit on the stock cooler that this pc came with...

 Hello You have to measure existing HP fan installed on CPU. Is it stock Intel fan? This fan is part of heatsink and cannot be replaced. You have to replace heatsink and fan. The first fan (Coolermaster Sickleflow) you are looking at is  4.72441 by 4.72441 inches. The second heatsink/fan (Hyper T2) will work on LGA 1155. Grzy    

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i am replacing a stock p4 cooler with a new one. Unforunatly, the cpu came out of the socket with the cooler when i removed it. I am wondering if anyone knows good tricks for getting it apart


A:seperate p4 from stock cooler

I hope you didn't twist it when you pulled it. Otherwise you may have some bent pins. So the fan housing is off and the CPU is stuck to the bottom of the heat sink. It's probably stuck more with suction than actually glued on there. I use a very gentle twist with the CPU still in the socket to break the bond. Try setting the heat sink down with the bottom and the processor facing up. Use a plastic credit card and just work it underneath on one corner carefully avoiding the pins. It should pop off. Make sure you are grounded when handling components. You will need to clean off what ever is stuck to the CPU and bottom of the heatsink. Some people use rubbing alcohol. I use denatured alcohol because it evaporates quick and leaves no moisture. When you have the CPU clean, then you are going to need to prepare the bottom contact surface of the new heatsink before applying a thermal paste. I use Arctic Alumina because I'm cheap , but Arctic Silver5 is what most people use. Here is a link on how to prepare your surfaces and apply the paste before you assemble it back on the mobo. Make sure you buy thermal paste and not epoxy. That's used for gluing heat sinks to NBchips


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Guys, I'm about to purchase my new system components which i have spent months shopping around for.

I don't really ever plan on overclocking to be honest and would like a professional opinion on whether the stock CPU cooler that comes with the 95W GO stepping Q6600 processor would suffice for my mostly internet / desktop publishing activities?

And is the stock cooler noisy?

A:Q6600 stock cooler...

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Playing around a bit with overclocking my E5200 today, since I read it does it easily.

So far, I'm up to 3.13 GHz w/ FSB of 250 MHz on the stock cooler, and I'm staying right around 100 degrees F (38 C) with no stability issues as of yet. I'm thinking I can get to at least 3.25 with the stock cooler and no issues, but I'm going to run it where it is for a while before I go any higher.

Anyone have any experience overclocking this CPU? I've heard of people getting it up to 4 GHz with aftermarket air cooling.

A:E5200 O/C (Stock Cooler)

3.25 is stable and cool, tempting to push it a little further.

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I have an fx 6300 non black edition at stock clock speed of 3.5Ghz. Although i do know that aftermarket coolers are pretty cheap, Im getting 24 C idle with a stock cooler right now, making me feel as if I wouldn't need to buy another one. From basic research, many look down on stock cooling overclocks. Due to such low temperatures, I wanted to know if it was safe to to overclock to at least 4 GHZ currently?

IDLE 20-30 C
Gaming 40-50 C

GPU temps (just in case it affects anything)
Gaming 50-60 C


A:Overclocking with a stock cooler?

I'd ratchet things up slowly and see how it goes. It's not just temperatures you need to worry about, but voltages and clock multipliers, etc. Given various imperfections in manufacturing, sometimes one motherboard is able to handle any kind of overclock you throw at it, while another one of the same make and model will pitch a fit at even the slightest bit of overclocking. So move things up a little at a time, with some time to test in between each step up. Remember you're dealing with a highly sensitive bit of electronics that'll cost you a minimum of a couple hundred dollars (or convert to your local currency) to replace. Unless you've got money burning a hole in your pocket -- and if you do, allow me to tell you about the Alvin Svent Wellness Foundation, where all funds go to my general well-being and happiness -- to replace that CPU, maybe even motherboard, it doesn't pay to be impetuous.

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Im looking to add new thermal paste and replace the old one but not sure how to remove the stock cpu cooler.  The cpu cooler is called Cooler Master 644724-001.

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I accidentally bought a 4770K without a cooler :/

But I have an unused 3770 stock cooler somewhere, would it be OK to use that?


A:Can the 3770 stock cooler be used on a 4770K?

I would say yes after reading the following. It seems the difference mentioned below is all in the backplate design. Since the stock cooler doesn't use a backplate, it is a non-issue.

Noctua Offers Free LGA 1150 Haswell Mounting Kit Upgrade for Older Heatsinks

Because the LGA 1150 socket keeps the same mounting hole spacing as the current LGA 1156 and LGA 1155 sockets, many newer Noctua cooler will not need the mounting kit upgrade, and can simply be installed into the Haswell machine as is. In other words, if the heatsink worked with your Lynnfield, Sandy Bridge, or Ivy Bridge-based system, it will work in a Haswell system as well.Click to expand...


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Hey all i have a stock intel cooler and want to overclock my cpu it is the G0 stepping model i was wondering what is a the maximum temps that would my cpu could handle for a 24/7 overclock?

A:Overclocking a Q6600 with stock cooler

You won't get far with just a stock cooler. I suggest you get a custom cooler, they don't cost you much, like the budget killing Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro or the OCZ Vendetta 2.

Its pretty risky overclocking with a stock cooler... max temps i would allow is 80 on full load.

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How much would i be able to overclock my E6750 Core 2 Duo processor with the stock cooler and without having the risk of the CPU damaging or frying? Would I be able to make it to 3.00GHz? Because I'd be happy with that

A:How mucn would i be able to overclock my CPU (with stock cooler?)

Taking it to 3GHz from 2.66 is a big jump in one hit. Also the amount of heat generated will depend on what you are running on the system (games are demanding, for example. Depending on the board, I would increase clock speed in small jumps and watch the temperature using something like Everest from http://www.lavalys.com/ - the system will usually become unstable before you do any damage to the chip. Still, that is not a cheap chip to be messing with.

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How much would i be able to overclock my Core 2 Duo processor with the stock cooler and without having the risk of the CPU damaging or frying? Would I be able to make it to 3.00GHz? Because I'd be happy with that

A:How much can I overclock my E6750 (with the stock cooler)

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cooler is rather large with copper base and what looks like copper headers lol
downloaded cpuid hv monitor
cpu 85c
mainboard 33c
core 0 49c

core 1 51c

cpu vcore 1.57v

+12v 12.67

vbat 3.17

seems a little hot to me guys

shouldn't a higher performance fan like this do better

fans all working and running approx. 3600 rpms

your thoughts are most appreciated


A:AMD 6400+ running at 85c with a stock cooler

Try seeing what your bios is telling you about cpu temp. is this a stock cooler?
when was the last time you applied new thermal compound?
Have you recently moved the computer? any gap at all, even a .001" gap will heat things up
third, download a different temp program to verify that reading.
and is that reading under load , or idle?

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Hi, I'm using an Akasa K32 cooler on my 3770 and my max temps seems to be 95 degrees so I'm wondering if I would get better cooling with the stock cooler.

My idle temps are 47 degrees.


A:I7 3770 with stock cooler, what are your max temps?

You shouldnt go past 80C on a CPU, otherwise you are killing its lifespan. The Stock Cooler should be better for now. Get a Hyper 212 Evo for $35 if you want. It is very good.

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Hi, I just bought a GB Windforce 770 4GB. It has an asic quality of 83.5%. How far have you guys taken this card on the stock cooler?

A:How far have you OC'ed your Gigabyte 770 Windforce 4GB on stock cooler?

According to this write up, you wouldn't get much more out of the card. They mention the card is already clocked near its maximum.

Gigabyte GTX 770 4GB Windforce 3X Benchmark and Review - Page 5 of 18

With our favorite overclocking tool MSI Afterburner we couldn?t get any where when it comes to overclocking. However, with EVGA Precision we managed to slightly bump up the voltage which enabled us to reach a stable 1280 MHz for GPU and 7484 MHz for memory which, we must state again is a very nice overclocking endeavor, especially if you take into a count that we were dealing with a cards voltage that has been locked in the BIOS. Now since the card was already overclocked to its maximum we knew we won?t get much out of it. +50 MHz (1280 MHz w/boost in total) and +233 MHz for memory making it 7484 MHz respectively is probably the maximum you can get from any GTX 770 unless your really really lucky.Click to expand...


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Hello I just installed a 'arkua' 788m-7n cpu cooler on my xp 2200+. I was concerned that the orig cpu cooler fan was malfunctioning. I was running CPU temps 52-55 under load. So I switched to the 'arkua' sink&fan combo, now I'm getting 35-38. No kidding ,- 20 degrees!! To you more experienced guys, Is this the norm??? I had a cheap aluminum Sink with fan that came with.. Anyhow just thought I would share my findings with y'all. Graiskye

A:Running stock amd xp cpu cooler??? Read this!

Yeah, could happen. My 2400 used to run at 55-60. A volcano11+ and AS5 dropped it to 38. Stuff happens.

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I am now entering a stage where I feel confident enough to over clock my pc( after much research).
I currently have a HP A6090.uk Intel core duo E6700 running at 2.66Ghz with 3gig of ram. I have a changed the power supply to 700 watt and dumped a XFX geforce 8800gt xxx apha dog to play with.
I haven't changed any of the fans as the cpu never get above 50 under load and the gpu never goes above 70.
The system is very stable but what I would like to know is what speed would people recommand ( I have seen them running at 3.5 and above) with the current cooling system or should I upgrade the cooling system? then over clock?

Any thoughts?

A:Overclocking E6700 with stock cooler?

Yes get an aftermarket CPU cooler. Keep in mind that you will have to clean off the old thermal paste and apply new clean thermal paste when you change the cooler. Overclocking is increased little by little until the computer won't start. Make note of the overclocking values and when the computer won't boot, use the last working setting after you reset the CMOS and get the computer booting once more

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Hi, i am going to build my own pc soon and plan on getting the AMD Athlon X4 760K CPU. I wanted to know if the stock cooler is any good? I am prepared to buy a new cooler if i need to. Sorry if im asking lots of questions over the next few weeks, i just need to know how to get it done right.

A:AMD Athlon Stock Cooler any good?

AMD Phenom II X4 980 Black Edition Deneb 3.7GHz with stock cooler on this rig with no issues. AMD Athlon II X4 620 2.6GHz with stock cooler on my other desktop, no issues there either.

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I had a problem with my PC turning off which occurred in Ubuntu and Windows. I turned to the bios hardware monitor and found that heat was building up to 78+ degrees and then turning off.

The case was full of fluff and dust which I cleared out. The (stock) fan/cooler was loaded with the stuff. No wonder it was overheating.

Now I cleaned off the old thermal grease with isopropol alcohol, qtips, and a glasses cleaning cloth. I reapply a small amount of thermal grease. I had a lot of trouble with one push pin on the cooler but got that running. Each time I fit the cooler/fan I use fresh grease after cleaning off the old gunk. I found that the grease seems to be about right as, applying it in a small blob in the middle of the CPU, I found it covered the whole area of the cooler when I later took off the cooler (as cooling isn't working). The grease isn't leaking outside of the area of the heatsink so I guess my loading isn't excessive. The grease is Arctic silver 5. It may be a couple of years old. Is that the problem?

The temperature still climbs up to about 80 before shutting off. I turn it off early now, once I see the cooling isn't working.

Taking the other side of the case off, I can see that all four push pins are correctly seated on the motherboard. I check the CPU fan and it is working OK. The other case fans are working, but even they being off couldn't account for overheating like this.

Any ideas?

A:I2500 stock fan/cooler suddenly ineffective

What are you getting for a reading on "Vcore"?

If the CPU voltage is too high, that would explain the heat up.

That's all I got ATM.

Is this thing overclocked at all?

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I'm an Audio guy mostly, other than Halo and Fallout 3 I really don't play a lot of games. I do, however, hate having GPU core temps bumping to 60?-70? Celsius at Idle, for no Reason... (except later learning that my fan was barely running and was about to die anyways... so good timing I guess...)

So I upgraded the stock fan and documented out of boredom and also in case it might help someone on here.
In this Lesson-
I used a BFG-Tech Nvidia Ge-force 7900 GS OC,
And a Zalman VF-900-Cu Air Cooler.

The Steps I lay out here are more or less interchangeable, And apply to a lot of different cards and setups.
About the Card used:
BFG-Tech Nvidia GeForce 7900 GS OC 256Mb
525MHz (vs. 450MHz standard)
Dual 400MHz RAMDACs, 256Mb GDDR3 @ 1320MHz, 42.2GB/Sec Bandwidth.

It's Fast, even for only having 256Mb, (but it is GDDR3 which helps.)
I've been running it hard for over 3 and a half years now, and It's showing no signs of slowing down now...
It's a Tank. It's never given me a single Problem in under any circumstances, despite the over heating worries i once had.

It's Late to boot, On the DVI out into an LG Flatron 1780U, It's display is a bit sluggish coming out of sleep mode, although I think that it's more the monitor than anything else.
It Likes Power, This isn't even really a Con, it's actually decently efficient about it's Amp draw, It's still a GPU, and so therefore It still likes power.

About the Cooler installed:
Zalman VF-900-Cu VGA Cooler
Solid Copper.
Qu... Read more

A:Hardware 101 - Upgrading your Stock VGA Cooler (Zalman VF-900 used)

Nice job

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I have used the stock cooler on my 530j for some time now. I've had good results, but the noise level is bit too much. Now I have this very large and heavy copper HSF with a 92mm fan. A Cooler Master Hyper 48.

I ran a test with my stock HSF. I booted up at my 530 4GHz, 1.45 Vcore(267x15) and ran idle for awhile then at full load.

Stock Intel HSF

I then Installed the Cooler Master. I had to remove the motherboard to install a back plate than the HSF is screwed down too. Then I ran the same test. It comes with a replacement bracket for both socket 478 and Athlon 64. It will clamp down to the regular 478 bracket but as heavy as it is the back plate is required.

Cooler Master Hyper48

After 1 week

The noise levels are lower with the Hyper 48, but still much louder than a Arctic Cooling Freezer 7. The Cooler Master's overall performance is a disappointment so far. I hope that once the heat sink compound cures performance will increase over the Intel unit. I may also replace the 92mm fan with a more quiet one.

The Hyper 48 gets ZERO green bouncies.

A:Intel stock HSF vs. Cooler Master Hyper 48

if you're looking for silence, you need to move up from air cooling

i prefer water cooling, but you can buy fan-less heat pipe coolers as well (they are huge though.. lol)

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So I was buying ram for my next build (2 x4GB sticks DDR3 1600 high profile) and didn't consider the cpu cooler in worst case scenario I can buy another cooler but I just need to know if they will fit

A:stock intel cooler and high profile ram

The stock cooler generally doesn't block the RAM slots, the board would have been designed with the slots placed far enough away to fit the stock cooler.

For some larger coolers it matters what motherboard you use since the position of the slots can vary.

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Needless to say, having the stock fan going absolutely full bore while trying to play Mafia 2 is not fun! I have a Corsair 800D case, but I have not yet focused on the cooling part of things. I built it last week and both side panels are STILL off!

So, air, or water? Either way it will be from Corsair.

The A70 is on sale right now at a local store for $30, regular $65! It is either this or the H70 or H80.

What's the best way to go? My goal is QUIET, I want it to be as quiet as possible.

A:Stock cooler on 970BE driving me absolutely nuts

If you decide to go air, I just installed the Thermalright Silver arrow in my machine. It is the coolest and quietest air cooler available. (if you have the chassis for it.)

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Hi, I have an amd fx 8320 with an r9 280 with the stock cooler, it's at 3.5 ghz, no overclocking, and I was playing some Saints Row 4, I left HWMonitor on and when I came off (20 mins later or so), it said max temp 79?!?!?! During gameplay the fans are louder than a chainsaw... I was looking at getting some decent thermal paste and a 212 evo, but I dont know if that will help. The airflow in thecase is quite poor, but im going to try and work on it.. also, it went over 70 max temp when I was just playing football manager 2014 last night...

A:AMD FX-8320 stock cooler/heatsink - crazy rpm/temps

79 on what? CPU or GPU?

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A friend bought a 3400+, which is running at 2.4GHz, with the bios being reset to defaults. The CPU is ment to run at 2.2GHz, stock. The FSB is 200, which is also what they say it is in reviews, so thats correct.

11x200 = 2.2GHz
But the multi is at 12x, so its
12x200 = 2.4GHz

This info is all coursity of WCPUID, so I believe its gotta be accurate. Any ideas as to why this isnt running at 2.2GHz?

So its essentially a 3700+ minus the 512kb of L2 cache.

Thanks in advance for any ideas/clues/comments.

A:A64 3400+ Not running at Stock Speeds /w Stock Settings

The 3400+ is meant to run at 2.4GHz & has 512KB of L2 cache. The 3400+ which ran at 2.2GHz had 1024KB of L2 cache & is of the older core. Everything is fine.

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Do you guys think that Cooler Master V8 CPU cooler will fit in a regular full tower case. Its not a branded/famous case, just a normal full tower with handle on top.

Thanks for your answers.

A:Solved: Case for Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler

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Hi, anyone knows wether a 120 MM CPU Cooler will phyiscally fit in a M92p Tower case? The cooler is 158 mm high in total. I think the Thinkcentre case is 175 MM wide. But You also have to consider that there is a Motherboard and CPU inbetween. WIll that fit or do I have to go for a smaller 92MM Cooler? Anyone tried this before?

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Hi, i am saikat from kolkata ,india.today I install cooler master liquid lite 120 top of my cpu. then switch on my computer computer run fine but CPU temparataur increase from before. Before I used intel cpu fan that time temperature was 40 to 46 degree c with 4 to 5 % cpu work. But when I install liquid cooler ,temperature increase .Now temperature 55 to 63 degree c when cpu work only 5 to 6 %. So please help me how can solve this problems.
My processor i5 (3570)
Motherboard intel or DB75EN
Also have graphic card.
Please help ,what is actual problem oh I use same thermal pest for both.

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Hello all, new to this forum. I bought a Cooler Master chipset cooler for my Asus P4P800-E Deluxe. I was checking my GPU fan when I touched the cooler and it was hot, I mean HOOOTTT, like cant touch it for more than a second hot.

The fan is spinning the 5K revs it runs in but its super hot anyway. I gave my stock cooler away and this is what I have. The MB temperature is normal, 37c and cpu 32c fanless at idle. I dont know where that MB sensor is located but the chipset must be over 40c at least.

Whats the best chipset cooler out there. My MB has an Intel 845 chipset. (i need an upgrade!)

My Antec P180 (provides great ventilation with 4 120mm fans) case is sitting standing up like its meant to be and I was reading in another forum that some heatpipes dont like to be sideways, could this be the case?

A:Problem with Cooler Master chipset cooler RUNNING HOT!

chipsets have a higher heat tolerence than CPUs, 40c is a safe operating temp. also, temp sensors are not accurate, so you can't really go by the reading from it anyways. it's not unusual for software based sensor to be as much as 10c off the actual temp.

the cooler you bought should work fine. did you thoroughly clean the chipset and heatsink with isopropyl alcohol and then apply new thermal compound before mounting the cooler?

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Hi guys,

Does anyone know what CPU cooler this is? It is for the silverstone SUG SG07

link to youtube is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsg2sKoOV50&feature=player_embedded

At 1:20

A:Silverstone SUG SG07 Mini ITX CPU COOLER? Identify this cooler?

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Hi, i am saikat from kolkata ,india.today I install cooler master liquid lite 120 top of my cpu. then switch on my computer computer run fine but CPU temparataur increase from before. Before I used intel cpu fan that time temperature was 40 to 46 degree c with 4 to 5 % cpu work. But when I install liquid cooler ,temperature increase .Now temperature 55 to 63 degree c when cpu work only 5 to 6 %. So please help me how can solve this problems.
My processor i5 (3570)
Motherboard intel or DB75EN
Also have graphic card.
Please help ,what is actual problem oh I use same thermal pest for both.

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I upgraded my GPU recently and noticed that my CPU fan was making more noise than I remembered - sort of a droning noise.  I checked my CPU temps and discovered that, at idle, the CPU was hitting 38-42C.
I decided to upgrade my cooling.  The main limitation (besides the fact that Dell has a non-standard CPU backplate setup) is the somewhat narrow case on the XPS 8900 doesn't allow installation of most of the inexpensive high-performance coolers because they are too tall by 1/2" - 3/4".  Then I found the Cyrorig H7, which has three heat pipes, a huge heatsink, and 120mm fan all in a package that is "only" 145mm high - just short enough to fit in the case.  I installed it yesterday and it works GREAT.  Very happy with it, initially at least.
I also swapped out the stock Sunon case fan for a Cooler Master Blade Master 92mm fan, which is quieter but similar CFM specs.
Overall the computer is now quieter at 100% load than it was at idle before.  And my CPU temps have dropped by 15 degrees C.  Great upgrade.  I made a video on how I did it here:
...and here are a couple of pics:

A:XPS 8900 CPU cooler upgrade - much quieter and cooler operation

Nice !

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I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus review

The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????

A:Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler

Quote: Originally Posted by rmw020

I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus review

The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????

I have the 212+ as well. You'd want one push and 1 pull. Also, make sure the 2nd fan moves the same amount of air as the 1st, or you'll create a bottleneck of sorts. But with 2 fans that have equal airflow, you will notice a drop in temps. But there will be more noise, unless you change both fans to a quiet fan like Noctua's. A Guy

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why is this happening?

A:[SOLVED] Cpu+ram speed below stock?

You might have to compare someone elses dual core processor screen so you can see if this is just the way it is..or if it could be an issue.

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Ok, Aca's cat isn't blasting, Bassets ears aren't flapping ( god I love that gif), what gives, what am I missing?
All avatar gifs are not moving.

A:Solved: Stock still avatars

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I use Excel 2007 but had installed the 2003 MSN Money Central Stock Quotes Add-in to pull current stock quotes into my portfolio spreadsheet. Suddenly, I get a failure window (Failed to download settings from the Internet), no data up-dates etc. I tried downloading and re-installing the Add-in but that did not help. I also can't get the Sound add-in to do anything (or to find any info about how to call it etc.)

A:Solved: Stock Quotes Add-in

The comments for an article regarding this add-in on Microsoft's website indicate it stopped working in January following an update.

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I want to enter, amend and delete stock and then be able to view current stock levels and stock history.

I can do this by making (+) or (-) entries into a stock table. My current stock level could then be found by running a sum query on the stock table, which would calculate all the ins and outs since the year dot!

I feel this is not the best way to record stock in and out entries. Can anyone suggest a better way? Is there a standard way of doing this?



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Simon, hello again.
You could keep a running "stock level" in the table at the same time as the calculation of adding subtracting can be done easily, you would not then need the query. You would still have the history of stock movements.

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Hi , does anyone know where I can download free stock graphics , images and layout for flyer design please ?

Similar to the things found here but for free :


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For raster images:

I can't recommend any vector sites as I make my own when needed.

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Hi my first post

I am creating a stock list, this stock list has various parts . Each part is either 0 value or a specific price lets 20 for ease.

The data in this sheet varies alot every day

Lets say this is my sheet
......A .......B
1. 4820 0
2. 4820 20
3. 4820 20
4. 4820 20
5. 4810 50

Now i need a formula that will ignore the 0's but not anything above. And will only count lets say on this one only the 4820's how would i go about this.

I can only think of sumif but this has more than one critera and i dont think >0 will work

Hope you can help

A:Solved: Tricky stock sheet

Hi and welcome to the forums,

You've sort of asked for two things. At one point you say that you want a count and the other a sum. Which one of these would you like?

A count is easy if you have Excel 2007 or higher, as you can use the COUNTIFS function, specifying multiple conditions that you want Col B counted for anything greater than 0, and Col A counted for anything that is the particular code.
A sum would be easy as well I think. If you use SUMIF it will ignore 0's anyway as 'something + 0' = something. So you could use SUMIF with the criteria set as only summing the particular code, e.g. 4820?

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I have been using the MSN Stock Quote add-in to Excel 2002 for years. Suddenly, it has stopped working. Each cell where I ask for stock info (not real time, but end-of-day) shows an error. A typical instruction in the cell is =MSNStockQuote($C5,"Company Name") where the company's symbol (in this case) is in cell C5. Other items I used to be able to download included, Last Price, Change, etc. NONE works now.

The site at MSN Money seems to indicate the format of the instruction has not changed.

Any ideas???


A:Solved: Stock quotes in Excel

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Anyone any suggestions as to an easy way to update stock levels in an access database?

A:Solved: Access updating stock levels

Not unless you have access to the Exchanges quote feeds, not real time levels anyway.

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I'm sorry, I know everyone hates questions like this but I'm confused and I need help.

What is the currently best CPU cooler out there for a Q6600 (775 socket)?
It's running at [email protected] and idling at about 30-31C currently, but I want it to get lower.
I've tried to google, but all the articles are age-old. I want new stuff : )

I have a fair lot of space (I can provide a pic if needed) and don't move it around that much. Nothing too heavy though, it occasionally happens that I go to a LAN or something, which sometimes leads to a slight mistreatment of the comp.

It has to be loud! (J/K, but the rest of the comp sounds like a... well, TWO vacuum cleaners so it doesn't matter if it makes a lot of sound, won't ever notice.

If you recommend another fan than the stock one included, please provide a link!

I greatly appreciate any answers that might be of use!

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Arctic Cooler Freezer 7 Pro to be used to cool an Intel E2180 CPU. This cooler comes with a pre-installed paste onboard.

My question here is.......... "Is this a good option or should I clean it and use a different product."

In the past the builds I have done required my adding the paste. I've not tried this pre-installed paste option until now. What I'm looking for is the most efficient cooling since I intend OCing over 3.0. At times I've had to clean and reapply paste several times to get good results. I'd much rather not go through that if I can avoid it.

A:Solved: CPU cooler help

A great thermal paste is arctic silver and can be bought on eBay for around 3-5.

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