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    Default Assassins Creed Origins high temps on 8700K. Is this safe to play or stop?

    Hello. I have an question. In all of my games my 8700K got temps like 70-85C max. But playing Assassins Creed Origins ,on Alexandria city temps are balancing between 90C to spikes 100C on 1 core. There is no throttling. And my question is can i still play or stop it?

    My 8700K is with cooler Cryorig M9i.

    Asus Z370 Pro Gaming. MCE is automatically ON with XMP profile.

    So clock is high 4700mhz. Thanks for opinion

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    Well... Other than being the shittiest cooler on the market (I mean, seriously: https://www.thinkcomputers.org/cryor...oler-review/4/)....

    ...did you apply thermal paste between the CPU lid and the cooler's base?

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    Is the 4700mhz on all cores or just the two? Asus boards have a mode to sync clocks across all cores and i don't believe that cooler will be able to handle that.

    This could be why you're getting so hot temperatures as its quite a toasty chip to cool even at stock speeds.

    You really want to avoid getting up into the 90's if you can as its detrimental to the lifespan of the chip.

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    On other games temps are fine , i mean on all cores 4700mhz, temps is 70-80C.

    Only in AC Origins when playing it heating up to 90 spikes to 100C


    Yes i apply thermal paste lol

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    Ye AC origins is a quite CPU intensive title. My 6900k get hotter than normal playing it.

    But I would recommend turning off Multicore Enhancement within the bios. That will stop all cores being clocked to 4.7Ghz. Two of the cores will still boost up to 4.7, thermals allowing. This should help keep the temps down as higher 80's is still not the best. It should not really affect performance for games.

    Or you could get a better CPU cooler

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    Quote Originally Posted by sew333 View Post
    On other games temps are fine , i mean on all cores 4700mhz, temps is 70-80C.

    Only in AC Origins when playing it heating up to 90 spikes to 100C


    Yes i apply thermal paste lol
    Yes. But other games aren't as CPU intensive as Assassin's Creed.

    You "LOL" at my thermal paste question, but I do have to question your judgement when you bought such a shitty cooler to begin with.

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    I tested all other games: Watch Dogs 2 ( cpu intensive too and similiar cpu load to AC ORIGINS ) , Call of Duty WW 2, Final Fantasy XV benchmark, Doom,3dmarks and my temps are on 70-80C range.
    Cooler is similiar like CM Evo 212.
    Its only in AC rigins and i bet that is because cores are stupidly on 100% always with DRM and Denuvo sh*t.

    Like i said if cooler or paste was bad i was getting on all games that high temps not in only 1 game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sew333 View Post
    Like i said if cooler or paste was bad i was getting on all games that high temps not in only 1 game.
    Oh yes of course. Something like Surfin the Web is totally comparable to Prime95, rendering or something like that...

    So no, you are wrong. There are differences in those programms. And one can be hotter than others for reasons.

    Quote Originally Posted by sew333 View Post
    Hello. I have an question. In all of my games my 8700K got temps like 70-85C max. But playing Assassins Creed Origins ,on Alexandria city temps are balancing between 90C to spikes 100C on 1 core. There is no throttling. And my question is can i still play or stop it?

    My 8700K is with cooler Cryorig M9i.
    So clock is high 4700mhz. Thanks for opinion
    You are using Auto-Overclocking with a shitty Cooler and are wondering about high Temperatures??
    Ähm...


    The default 4-6 Core Turbo is somewhere around 4,3 or 4,4GHz, you are overclocking! And using the 2 Core Boost with rather high voltageon all cores.


    Disable that shit and try again. Or get a decent Heatsink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sew333 View Post
    Hello. I have an question. In all of my games my 8700K got temps like 70-85C max. But playing Assassins Creed Origins ,on Alexandria city temps are balancing between 90C to spikes 100C on 1 core. There is no throttling. And my question is can i still play or stop it?

    My 8700K is with cooler Cryorig M9i.

    Asus Z370 Pro Gaming. MCE is automatically ON with XMP profile.

    So clock is high 4700mhz. Thanks for opinion
    Dude, with that cooler you need to turn off Turbo mode in order to keep low the temps. The 8700k with MCE enabled will draw more than 120w on medium loads and ~160w on heavy loads.
    I have that CPU in one of my rigs cooled by an be Quiet Silent Loop 280 (liquid cooling) and the temps are 75-80 on full load with Prime95, MCE enabled.
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    The 7700k and 8700k have both been a bit too much for the ubiquitous hyper 212 and similar to handle especially due to things like MCE and the vcore management some of the Gigabyte boards are doing.

    Yet I keep seeing people buying them and putting the coolers on them. Why pay £500+ on CPU and board and then put a crappy cheap cooler on them.

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