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Are My Temperatures Normal?


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#1 YelloDaGeekBambino

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Posted 23 July 2018 - 05:00 PM

Hello Everyone I'm new to the community, I built my computer about 3 years ago but have been concerned about my temperatures? Wondering if I may need to reapply thermal or if I'm just paranoid, here are my specs old but still running like a sportscar... well until recently with the random stutters... you can hear while playing music... I may reseat my RAM and clean the DIMM slots with a can of air to see if that may be the reasoning behind it. 
 

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#2 YelloDaGeekBambino

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Posted 23 July 2018 - 05:11 PM

was also interested in any feedback on how to properly configure corsair link I believe my profile is set properly now as the fans dont continue to rev up and down and they stay consistent, I know I have a low power S type processor which cannot be overclocked, and I'm probably going to get the best I have, but can anyone think of anything that may be misconfigured that may cause issues and things that I should be looking out for. Lately I have been seeing random stutters.. my ram is clocked up to the max its recommendation state and after stress testing and performing hardware diagnostics all hardware is sound. Any hints, tips or tricks would be greatly appreciated :D Thank you for your time 



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Posted 23 July 2018 - 05:16 PM

The maximum normal operating temperature for an i7-2600s is 69.1° C.

 

You're running at less than 50° C.  You're essentially running at what is the ideal temperatures.  As things collect dirt they'll likely increase some.  You're nowhere near to overheating.


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