CPU temps in 70c - 75c

SKYBOLT

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When i play open world games like gtav utt and when i play battle royale and wide open games i get cpu temps to 70c-75c after long gaming.
Is this ok ?

CPU cooler: stock intel
CPU: I5 7500 kaby lake.
Airflow kinda shit but getting a new case tomorow :)
 

marksavio

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are those DTS core temps? or motherboard temps? the latter is when you are using your mobos software. DTS core temps are usually +10C compared to what the mobo reads. if thats is a mobo temp, then thats hot but still within operating temps. since you are using a stock cooler thats very normal and to be expected. a high percentage of PCs including workstations operate on up to 75C. nothing to worry here. only worry if those temps are at a constant 85~90C.
if your idle temps are lower then 35C. then your cooler is working normally.

you can get the cheapest but effective substitute to your stock cooler like the CoolerMaster Hyper212 Evo/Noctua NHL9S to improve high usage temps by minus 5~10C
 

marksavio

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Dec 23, 2017
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are those DTS core temps? or motherboard temps? the latter is when you are using your mobos software. DTS core temps are usually +10C compared to what the mobo reads. if thats is a mobo temp, then thats hot but still within operating temps. since you are using a stock cooler thats very normal and to be expected. a high percentage of PCs including workstations operate on up to 75C. nothing to worry here. only worry if those temps are at a constant 85~90C.
if your idle temps are lower then 35C. then your cooler is working normally.

you can get the cheapest but effective substitute to your stock cooler like the CoolerMaster Hyper212 Evo/Noctua NHL9S to improve high usage temps by minus 5~10C
 

SKYBOLT

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Jan 31, 2017
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They are cpu temps and im getting the be quiet pure rock slim so i hope they will go down even more TY for the answer :))
 

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