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Old 09-30-2008, 09:56 PM   #1
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Default E7200 Temperatures

I was just wondering how hot the E7200 should run on Idle, Normal Usage, and Load.
I just bought an E7200 with the XFX 680i SLI board, and i would put my Vendetta 2 HSF, but its too big for the mid tower case.
so now its a stock HSF, and it looks pretty wimpy, although Intel C2 does run cooler.
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Old 09-30-2008, 10:22 PM   #2
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These 45NM CPU's run especially cooler, the OEM cooler is half the size of the 65NM OEM cooler. I can't give you temps though, I never run stock coolers.
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Old 09-30-2008, 11:05 PM   #3
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so far, its about 34c-36c on normal web browsing according to Everest.
im just concerned because im afraid that i didnt do the push pins on correctly... and i am afraid i will fry my CPU, or damage it.
Its hard to do push pins because i dont want to break the board.
Is there a heatsink out there that can fit into a mid tower case that can also use the bolt in screw?
I dont care how good it is, as long as it is slightly better than the stock.
Since the Vendetta 2 didnt fit, then the Xigmatek HSF wont fit either (whether its the 92mm fan version or the 120mm fan version.) the only thing holding it back is that i cant close the case.
I dont have the money for a new case.
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I would go with this: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/62...40c14s52#blank

I don't know if any of the 92MM HDT heatsinks out there will work with a bolt-through kit.
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i ran the Devil May Cry 4 Performance test, which is about 10 min on the mazx settings and with max AA on, and my CPU got up to 43c according to Everest.
Normal?
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That sounds about right, nothing to worry about.
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i just remembered that i had the CPU fan at 100%.
I set it to default where if its less than 30c it will be on 10% fan speed, and if it goes higher than 60c, it will be on 100% fan speed.
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Sounds good, I would set it lower if it was me though.
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set what lower?
the temp where the fan speed goes to 100%?
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All HDT coolers with 3 heatpipes will work with your bolt through kit. So you could order the HDT-S963. I had it's twin sister, the original Vendetta and it was probably one of the best 92mm coolers available.
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