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Originally Posted by sausageson View Post
Yes I OC to 4.5ghz though
Only voltages affect temps.

Try 3.3ghz at the same voltages, hell even 800mhz and you'll see same temps.
post #12 of 20
slide that puppy on up to 5.0 ghz you got an above average chip . You should see some nice results , especially if you can reach 5ghz under 1.5v.
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post #13 of 20
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Yes I OC to 4.5ghz though
But if you're running it on stock voltage, then that's why it's not getting hot under load plain and simple. Increasing voltage naturally increases heat. Even if you left your voltage on 'Auto', and it only reaches 1.30v, that's still a low voltage, and thus not going to increase temps much. Try 4.8GHz on 1.47v, and see how your temps are then.
Edited by Diabolical999 - 5/3/11 at 1:11am
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post #14 of 20
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Only voltages affect temps.

Try 3.3ghz at the same voltages, hell even 800mhz and you'll see same temps.
you couldn't be more wrong. Speed effects temps as well. 1.6ghz at 1.46v I load at 56 on my hottest core, 5ghz at 1.46v I load at 72c on my hottest core.

Don't go around posting wrong info like that.
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Only voltages affect temps.

Try 3.3ghz at the same voltages, hell even 800mhz and you'll see same temps.
Voltages increase temperatures (almost) exponentially, whereas clock speed increases temperature linearly.

It is simply untrue to say that the clock doesn't alter the temperature.
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i think people need to quit equating "auto" with "stock" he he
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Voltages increase temperatures (almost) exponentially, whereas clock speed increases temperature linearly.

It is simply untrue to say that the clock doesn't alter the temperature.
I have been corrected.

Thanks for staying civil you two
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OP what thermal compound did you use and what method did you use to apply it?
    
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I just ran prime 95 for 24 hours on my i52500k overclocked to 4.5ghz, my temps never went above 47, which I find weird cause I am only using a coolmaster hyper 212+, I also did not change any voltage settings. Ill provide some pics later but I want to know, is this normal? or do I have a golden chip?
What are you using for monitoring the temps?

If you're using the "CPU temperature" readout in speedfan, or in AIDA, and not using realtemp 3.67, then that's not the real temp. That's the temp measured from the IHS by the CPU. That temp is around 10C lower than the actual internal core temps that are measured by Realtemp 3.67.

I have 29C ambient right now and I'm running blend at only 4 ghz HT is disabled, 1.176v load ( a LOT lower than your vcore) and my temps are 52C max at the moment, and I haven't even gotten to the higher heat tests yet. (Just started). I guess it's possible, although I find it a bit hard to believe that you're getting 46C load at 4.5 ghz, unless you have a very high VID chip. But it IS Possible, I guess, with 20C ambient ..that's like..wat...68 degrees F...very chilly.....but if you had a very high VID chip, you would most likely not be stable at that voltage at 4.5 ghz. And my chip has a rather high VID, so it runs cool but needs more vcore than my better clocking lower VID chip...

I know your ambient is almost 10C lower than mine, but from what I've estimated, +0.1v adds about 10C to the temps, and my vcore is over 0.1v lower than yours...and a lower clock, too. And you're using a decent cooler but not as high end as VenX/NH D14, megahelems, etc...

Whats the default VID for your chip at 3.3 ghz or 3.4 ghz or whatever the stock speed is ? You can find it by clicking "disable turbo" in realtemp and clicking the top right button, but if you're using offsets and idle downclocking, you need to apply load to the CPU first.


*EDIT*
NVM... I just now realized this thread was necroposted and the OP never came back with pics or posted what program he used...I guess those temps weren't the actual coretemps or he was just trolling...
Edited by Falkentyne - 5/27/11 at 6:19am
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post #20 of 20
read the "real" core temp from real temp, thx

edit,after that, you should can read the core temp slight above 60c
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