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In my descktop i have CPU i7 7700. I but this computer i bought like a 3 months ago. And i played Raibow six siege and  i looked on the temps of CPU (in Omen Comand Center) and i saw 86 degrees. And i think my computer is slowly than new . 86 degrees is OK for i7 7700 ? 

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Hi

 

86 degrees Celsius is kind of hot. Are you overclocking the system? How are your system idle temps?

 

Consistent 80+ degree temps will have a negative impact on the longevity of your processor and motherboard.

 

Intel CPUs throttle around 100 degrees Celsius.

 

Download and install Intel's Extreme Tuning Utility.

 

Run the CPU stress test (at stock settings and then at overclocked settings, if applicable) for about twenty minutes to see if your system is throttling.

 

Tom

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No i didnt overlock system and idle iteps are 30-45 degrees29893844_2072730289622145_1321165918_o.png

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Hi

 

Idle temps in that range are fine.

 

I can't see the details in your image.

 

Did the Intel XTU CPU stress test pass?

 

Any CPU/motherboard component throttling?

 

There is not much you can do if average temps are less than 80+ degrees Celsius.

 

Reapply thermal compound to the CPU or switch to a liquid cooling system if you now have a heatsink/fan solution.

 

How are the temps on your GPU?

 

This area of the motherboard gets very hot.

 

You have the GPU, CPU, and VRM's all adding heat to this area.

 

Lower FPS could be caused by excessive heat affecting your GPU's performance.

 

Run Furmark to check GPU performance and temps.

 

Tom

 

 

 

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My fps are OK. But i thnik the desktop is slowly when i do other things. (when i am opening browser, writing text) there is a pause when i do it and when computer do it. It couldn´t be caused because i played on big temps. But maybe I´m just afraid of an expensive computer and in rality it´s like before. Gpu temps are : 70-80 degrees (when i am playing)

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I have spend a lot of money on a computer and i would´t want to buy a liquid cooling

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Hi

 

Okay, sounds good.

 

Your temps are reasonable.

 

I have an 8700k which lags at times also.

 

Browsers eat a lot of CPU time and memory at start up.

 

Enjoy your new and expensive PC. :generic:

 

Tom

 

 

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Okay, Thanks for help Tom ))

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Hi PiGiCool

 

You're very welcome.

 

Tom

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