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Question Why are my Temps like this? (Noob) CPUID normal?

buidiena3

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Just got my Motherboard back today from RMA and I can tell is way better than it was before. I actually asked for a replacement is irrelevant but even the LED on the IO shield is brighter with the replacement and functionality feels overall smoother and quicker.

I just installed my Cyrorig M9i on my i7 6700K (NO Overclock) but my temperatures seem out of order? I thought temperatures were meant to be 5 degrees different on CPUID.

This was after gaming on COD for 10 minutes. Not high or in danger this is a great Little Cooler, sure beats Stock intel cooler but do these temps look normal? One is higher than the other ones.
 

Steltek

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Mar 29, 2001
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Just got my Motherboard back today from RMA and I can tell is way better than it was before. I actually asked for a replacement is irrelevant but even the LED on the IO shield is brighter with the replacement and functionality feels overall smoother and quicker.

I just installed my Cyrorig M9i on my i7 6700K (NO Overclock) but my temperatures seem out of order? I thought temperatures were meant to be 5 degrees different on CPUID.

This was after gaming on COD for 10 minutes. Not high or in danger this is a great Little Cooler, sure beats Stock intel cooler but do these temps look normal? One is higher than the other ones.
Need a screenshot, please.

If you are saying one core is significantly higher than the others, that usually means you have a bad TIM application between the CPU and heatsink.
 

EliteRetard

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Need a screenshot, please.

If you are saying one core is significantly higher than the others, that usually means you have a bad TIM application between the CPU and heatsink.
Or the heat-spreader isn't mounted well to the chip (or the TIM on the die sucks).
That's why many people started delidding and using liquid metal.
 

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