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is this temp right for overclocked 2600K ??

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I have recently moved to intel after 10 years of being an AMD owner.

for a 24/7 OC I went with 4.6ghz OC at 1.32v with HT on.
As you can see I got Noctua D14 with 3fans. After one hour of prime blend test the hottest core is 69C.
Is this temp right for this setup or should it be cooler considering the cooler used ??
post #2 of 11
seems about right

do you have good airflow through the case
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I used to have alot of high performance fans on my HAF but it was damn noisy so now I have
3 x 12 cm silent 53CFM fans on the front door intake
1 x 14cm at back exhaust
1 x 25cm at the top exhaust
1 x 25cm at front of case intake

and ambient is around 25-26c !!

now taking these into account that CPU temp is normal ?
post #4 of 11
sounds pretty normal to me TBH from what ive seen in terms of SB temps.

Most people running 4.6-4.8GHz on a 2600k and a d14 probably see ~65-75C or so at load possibly even more above 1.4v
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I see. That put me at ease. THX for the reply and + REP !
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yeh dont worry m8 its fine
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Quote:
Originally Posted by luches View Post
I have recently moved to intel after 10 years of being an AMD owner.

for a 24/7 OC I went with 4.6ghz OC at 1.32v with HT on.
As you can see I got Noctua D14 with 3fans. After one hour of prime blend test the hottest core is 69C.
Is this temp right for this setup or should it be cooler considering the cooler used ??
I get those temps with a Hyper 212+, 2500K@4.5GHz ~1.368v Vcore for hottest cores.

However, you have HT on. That may make the difference. Since I have no HT.

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yeh, it does. I tested with HT off and temps dropped to 59-60 . HT contributed to heat a great deal.
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My temps never go above 60c with my cooler @ 4.5. I think the noctua could cool your chip better. What thermal paste are you using ? Perhaps it is the ht turned on
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I didn't like the paste that came with noctua, so i used some chill factor 2.
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