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post #11 of 14 Old 08-22-2012, 07:29 AM
 
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I've got a 3570k overclocked to 4.4ghz. I use the CM212, as well as AS5. Idle temps are around 27c, gaming 50c, and P95 tops out at 76c.

I'm betting you've either got an airflow problem, or a seating issue. How many fans are you running? (Admittedly, you shouldn't be 90c+ with a stock system due to poor air flow...honestly, it really sounds like a TIM application/Seating issue.)
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Thats super high. My average temps is 65-70C on prime95.

Running at 4.2 GHz 1.180v-1.190v.

I'm using the CM 212+. I had to reseat the heatsink once because the first time I had some residue that spilled over (didn't touch the pins).

The method I use is I put less than a grain size on the cpu. Really, its a TINY amount. I then use a plastic bag and smear it evenly, coating the entire cpu with a thin layer.

I then squeeze two lines (moderate amounts, but not a lot either) onto the copper heat pipes on the CM 212+ heat sink. I then mount it and screw it and all that jazz.

My average temps on idle is 30-34C, but it drops to the mid 20's if I turn on my AC biggrin.gif.

My max temps I see not on Prime is 50C-55C.

I might increase my multiplier in the future just for fun.

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post #13 of 14 Old 08-23-2012, 01:39 AM
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Thats super high. My average temps is 65-70C on prime95.

Running at 4.2 GHz 1.180v-1.190v.

I'm using the CM 212+. I had to reseat the heatsink once because the first time I had some residue that spilled over (didn't touch the pins).

The method I use is I put less than a grain size on the cpu. Really, its a TINY amount. I then use a plastic bag and smear it evenly, coating the entire cpu with a thin layer.

I then squeeze two lines (moderate amounts, but not a lot either) onto the copper heat pipes on the CM 212+ heat sink. I then mount it and screw it and all that jazz.

My average temps on idle is 30-34C, but it drops to the mid 20's if I turn on my AC biggrin.gif.

My max temps I see not on Prime is 50C-55C.

I might increase my multiplier in the future just for fun.

You don't need to smear it manually - you can just put the heatsink on and the weight of it will spread it easily and evenly, but well, everyone has different ways biggrin.gif

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I have a 3570k and the idle temps i get are about 25-29 (no A.C). When im just browsing and navigating windows its about 30-35 and with p95 the max reached was 65. I'm overall happy with the performance so thumb.gif.
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