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kingkob  posted on Jul 05, 2013 5:16:12 AM - Report post

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Can anyone recommend a good program that monitors all of the pc's components temperature?
When I run heavy games on ultra graphics I notice my pc is discharging very hot air, so hot that my legs are sweating, also if I touch the grill above the fan it's pretty hot.
Idk know if it's normal since my old pc never discharged such a level of heat..
There arent any problems or something but I must make sure that everything is in order,

A link will be highly appreciated, thank you.

 
jackbig  posted on Jul 05, 2013 5:45:20 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by kingkob

Can anyone recommend a good program that monitors all of the pc's components temperature?
When I run heavy games on ultra graphics I notice my pc is discharging very hot air, so hot that my legs are sweating, also if I touch the grill above the fan it's pretty hot.
Idk know if it's normal since my old pc never discharged such a level of heat..
There arent any problems or something but I must make sure that everything is in order,

A link will be highly appreciated, thank you.


this one

www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

and this one for cpu

www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/

or this one
www.guru3d.com/files_details/hwinfo32_download.html

[Edited by jackbig, 7/5/2013 5:55:41 AM]

 
madatcheats  posted on Jul 05, 2013 5:57:39 AM - Report post

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I got to have my case open because of that. It's usually not a problem of single components but of a bad airflow within your casing. In most cases the CPU fan is drawing the hot air from the GPU. You got to set an airflow between those.
 
kingkob  posted on Jul 05, 2013 6:12:32 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by jackbig

quote:
originally posted by kingkob

Can anyone recommend a good program that monitors all of the pc's components temperature?
When I run heavy games on ultra graphics I notice my pc is discharging very hot air, so hot that my legs are sweating, also if I touch the grill above the fan it's pretty hot.
Idk know if it's normal since my old pc never discharged such a level of heat..
There arent any problems or something but I must make sure that everything is in order,

A link will be highly appreciated, thank you.


this one

www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

and this one for cpu

www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/

or this one
www.guru3d.com/files_details/hwinfo32_download.html

[Edited by jackbig, 7/5/2013 5:55:41 AM]

Thank you the 3rd time today..

 
kingkob  posted on Jul 05, 2013 6:16:03 AM - Report post

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quote:
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I got to have my case open because of that. It's usually not a problem of single components but of a bad airflow within your casing. In most cases the CPU fan is drawing the hot air from the GPU. You got to set an airflow between those.

What i meant in my op is that the pc discharges the hot air from the fan, my airflow in the case is perfect, i use a modular psu, no cabels mass around and the cpu is water cooled, maybe thats why i feel a lot of heat coming out of the fan because it's so effective but still i got to be sure.

 
jackbig  posted on Jul 05, 2013 6:20:34 AM - Report post

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quote:
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I got to have my case open because of that. It's usually not a problem of single components but of a bad airflow within your casing. In most cases the CPU fan is drawing the hot air from the GPU. You got to set an airflow between those.

What i meant in my op is that the pc discharges the hot air from the fan, my airflow in the case is perfect, i use a modular psu, no cabels mass around and the cpu is water cooled, maybe thats why i feel a lot of heat coming out of the fan because it's so effective but still i got to be sure.

don't forget the graphics card ^^ has 3 fans on it blowing inside the case ^^ also most heat goes to top of case, maybe a time install 2 top fans ^^ if not already

 
madatcheats  posted on Jul 05, 2013 6:53:46 AM - Report post

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Exacly my point. Some games are very heavy on a single component like the GPU card, which often results in an airflow irregularity.
 
kingkob  posted on Jul 07, 2013 4:37:38 PM - Report post

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Played Bf3 for 4 hours all component temps are quite high but within the normal range.

cpu:57c
gpu:78c
ram:70c

I checked with other formus and sites that present benchmarks and temp and my Gpu temp in Bf3 is even low than average which is 81c

I'm a bit concerned about the ram's although i understood that rams can even get to 80-90c with some games, still I think I'll buy another system fan for intake and a small fan for ram cooling solution...

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