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[Many Tests Inside]i7 2600K Overclocking on Stock Fan

post #1 of 9
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Hey guys,

I'll post many results on the 2600K Stock Cooling.

IMPORTANT NOTES
While doing Prime95 blend, I'm surfing on the web, listenning to music, etc. I have from 89 to 105 processes running at any time, since my G19 keyboard takes ~15-20 processes, must add my G9x mouse and everything else.


My Rig
Case: ThermalTake Element V Black Edition
Case Fans: 1x 240mm,
Motherboard:ASUS P8P67 Deluxe BIOS version:1503
CPU: Intel i7 2600K @ Various OC
RAM: 2x 4Gb Kingston Hyper-X 1600Mhz 9-9-9-27 Stock (when BCLK is not modified)
GPU: ASUS 580 GTX Fermi II 4Gb GDDR5 Stock Clock
COOLING: 2 stock fans on GPU, 1 stock fan on CPU, 5 stock fans on ThermalTake Element V Case



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2600K @4.5Ghz Stock Cooling.

Settings:
BCLK: 100.0
Multiplier: 45
Cpu Spectrum: Disabled (now enabled for all future tests)
VCore:1.25v


Idle temp: 50-54 Celcius

Load temp: 76-78 Celcius after 1 minutes of Prime Blend

How long did Prime last for 80 Celcius: 2minutes 26sec.

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2600K @4.53Ghz Stock Cooling.

Settings:
BCLK: 103.0
Multiplier: 44
Cpu Spectrum: Enabled
VCore: 1.23v


Idle temp: 49-52 Celcius
Load temp: 71-73 Celcius after 1 minutes of Prime Blend
How long did Prime last for 80 Celcius: BSOD 3B (Must add VCore!)

My conclusion: These settings at 1.25VCore should be better than the first settings at 4.5Ghz.
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2600K @4.12Ghz Stock Cooling.

Settings:
BCLK: 103.0
Multiplier: 40
Cpu Spectrum: Enabled
VCore: 1.20v


Idle temp: 46-50 Celcius
Load temp: 71-73 Celcius after 1 minutes of Prime Blend
How long did Prime last for 80 Celcius: IN PROGRESS.

This thread will be edited many times, stay tuned!!
Edited by lun471k - 5/18/11 at 4:33pm
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post #2 of 9
If you bought the 2600k over the 2500k, it's for the Hyperthreading ! I would keep it off while you do those tests, but it seems like it would be a waste to have it off 24/7.

I would get a better cooler for it if you prefer cooler temps and more Oc headroom !
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post #3 of 9
Overclocking with the stock cooler is unrewarding temperature wise, especially if you had to disable hyper threading.
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I'll do future tests with it Enabled, like anyone doing a 24/7 OC would do. I'm editing the main post at the moment with 2 latest tests
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With HT enabled your temperatures are going to raise dramatically. Why are you using the stock cooler in the first place if you're overclocking? Just seeing what the stock cooler can do?
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I was curious to see how high it could go. I'm installing a Corsair H70 soon. Meanwhile I'm still doing tests!
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post #7 of 9
Well in that case, overclock away!
post #8 of 9
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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post
With HT enabled your temperatures are going to raise dramatically. Why are you using the stock cooler in the first place if you're overclocking? Just seeing what the stock cooler can do?
Enabling HT will raise your temps by 10c or more. Bad idea to use stock cooler.
    
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post #9 of 9
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I am on Prime95 with 100 processes running for more than 20 minutes at 4.12Ghz. I'll keep it running until I hit 80, or I'll stop after 12 hours, considering these settings STABLE after 12 hours. I'm at 71-74 degrees and won't go higher. I'm getting off the computer and I'll update tomorrow morning or tonight in ~3-4 hours.

Don't worry, Real Temp has a Batch File to shut down my computer and note the time Prime ran before shutting down if one core hits 80 Celcius!

Edit: HT is [ON]
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