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thanks but the CM Blademaster was not available to me here.
I bought one coolermaster SickleFlow 120 to attach to the top of the sidepanel (which is empty)

I really need to do some work now, should I lower my multiplier until my new coolers arrive?
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Meh, no point. If any damage is going to be done, it will have been done by now. Just enable cool and quiet and dont do anything too demanding until the cooler arrives.
     
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thanks but the CM Blademaster was not available to me here.
I bought one coolermaster SickleFlow 120 to attach to the top of the sidepanel (which is empty)

I really need to do some work now, should I lower my multiplier until my new coolers arrive?
Undervolting the Vcore to 1.20V should drop temps by ~3C at stock clocks. I got it to 1.175V at 3ghz, 1.00V is somewhere in the 2.6ghz range I believe, but do some testing for stability. But try the voltages in K10Stat first so you don't have to jump the BIOS if you screw up.
 
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Thanks, will do. How bad is this though? is it likely that I already damaged my mobo? I guess oc'ng without a new cooler is out of the question now.
Were you overclocking with the stock HSF? That's never a good idea.
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I was too impatient to read all the posts to notice if any one has already mentioned this but 4870's are notorious for getting hot as hell, so if you have a 4870x2 that could be a huge contributor to your system's heat. Then again your screen shots don't necessarily suggest it is. Just something else that could be looked into, if it did turn out to be the case you could try strategically placing case fans to help reduce that component's heat output.
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Were you overclocking with the stock HSF? That's never a good idea.
Way to read absolutely nothing. Congrats
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I was too impatient to read all the posts to notice if any one has already mentioned this but 4870's are notorious for getting hot as hell, so if you have a 4870x2 that could be a huge contributor to your system's heat. Then again your screen shots don't necessarily suggest it is. Just something else that could be looked into, if it did turn out to be the case you could try strategically placing case fans to help reduce that component's heat output.
He has a 4850x2.

But yeah, try reading the thread next time or don't even post. His problem has already been addressed.

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Way to read absolutely nothing. Congrats
I lol'd.

Gotta love people that come into threads trying to help, yet they haven't read a single thing the OP has posted nor any other posts in the thread.
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are you on stock cooler ? does your case have fans ? hows your cable management ?

hahahahahahaahahahahahahahahaah

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He has a 4850x2.

But yeah, try reading the thread next time or don't even post. His problem has already been addressed.



I lol'd.

Gotta love people that come into threads trying to help, yet they haven't read a single thing the OP has posted nor any other posts in the thread.
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Not sure how much you guys value the rep system on this board, but I added some REP for those who helped me. Once I get the cooler I am planning on working on my cable management too, which will probably be challenging.
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I see hot VRMs at 80C!
Though it is an 8+2 phase which is very good, it seems to be running very hot. CPU is probably getting hot because this intense heat at the VRMs has nowhere to go because there is absolutely no cooling on there (no heatsinks, not even a smidge of airflow, all due to the 212+), so it radiates via motherboard your CPU. Of course there is not even heatsink on the VRM. Improving the case airflow movement i.e. cable management, as well as adding VRM cooling, could probably help significantly
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