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After install cooler master liquid cooler cpu temperature high

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Saikat124, Jul 29, 2019.

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  1. Saikat124

    Saikat124 Thread Starter

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    Hi, i am saikat from kolkata ,india.today I install cooler master liquid lite 120 top of my cpu. then switch on my computer computer run fine but CPU temparataur increase from before. Before I used intel cpu fan that time temperature was 40 to 46 degree c with 4 to 5 % cpu work. But when I install liquid cooler ,temperature increase .Now temperature 55 to 63 degree c when cpu work only 5 to 6 %. So please help me how can solve this problems.
    My processor i5 (3570)
    Motherboard intel or DB75EN
    Also have graphic card.
    Please help ,what is actual problem oh I use same thermal pest for both.
     
  2. crjdriver

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    First of all, you do not need liquid cooling unless you are overclocking the system. Since you do not list a "K" type processor, I assume you are running at stock speed. I would really go with air cooling.
    If your temps are higher with the liquid cooler, you did not install it correctly. Did you pull the motherboard to install the cooler?
    This makes me wonder; did you reuse the old paste with the new water cooler or what?
    Did you clean off the old paste from the processor and apply new compound?
     
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  3. fork114

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    Did you remove the plastic sticker covering the thermal paste before you mounted the cooler?
     
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