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post #1 of 28
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Ola, Long time reader, first time poster. I think I've read every SB thread on this board and still not sure where I should start.

Anyways, stats in sig below, but just with this recent build, as you can see by the following picture, my temps jump ridiculously high right when starting prime 95 so I have not been able to run the full test, I've actually seen them as high as 86C a couple days ago. Ambient temp is right around 74F.



Things I've done
1. Reseated processor twice (AS5) (seemed to help a couple of C)
2. Taken off side case and blown case fan directly into heatsink (no difference)
3. Tried a couple of different voltages.
4. Noticed the heatsink fan runs about a max of 2000rpms (is that too low? )


Other nonsense: I use this machine mainly for video editing. I know prime95 is pretty un-realistic as far as what stress your computer will actually see so I rendered a video last night, and during the render (50-70% load) The temps were getting around 75C which I know is "fine" but its just not what I'm seeing everyone else hit with this similar overclock. From what I've seen around the same V and Freq people are maxing out Prime95 around 70C MAX.

Thanks for shedding any light on this for me, I'm leaning towards trying a different cooler (looks like people have gotten great results with the Noctua NH-D14???)
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post #2 of 28
well for one
the CM V8 cooler is pretty crappy IMO

maybe a dust buildup in it if its old?
I say fire up prime again and touch the HSF, if its cold, theres something wrong with it

have you tried using a different HSF?
post #3 of 28
Your overclock is way off. Did you use some kind of auto-tuning feature?

And yes, the NHD-14 is a monster of a cooler.
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^ This. Always OC manually.
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With 1.4v and that not so good v8i think your temps are where they should be about...
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post #6 of 28
Quote:
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Your overclock is way off. Did you use some kind of auto-tuning feature?

And yes, the NHD-14 is a monster of a cooler.
this, I'd manually go to bios and set the BLCK freq to 100 and just use the multiplier.

The problem is that cooler master V8, you need a better cooler especially when you have Hyperthreading on
post #7 of 28
Do you require that much core at 4.4 to be stable? More core = more heat.
    
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Like I said, this is the result of an auto-OC. You can most likely hit 4.6 - 4.7 GHz at that vcore.
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post #9 of 28
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Originally Posted by Mr.Pie View Post
well for one
the CM V8 cooler is pretty crappy IMO

maybe a dust buildup in it if its old?
I say fire up prime again and touch the HSF, if its cold, theres something wrong with it

have you tried using a different HSF?
Yeah, it pretty much stays cool the entire time to the touch. It's a brand new build.

And yes, this is a result of Auto Tuning, as I said I tried multiple overclocks (including manual) to try and get the temp to change but get around the same results. (but will try again when home)

Sounds like I need to return the V8 and go with the NHD-14 (or Corsair H60???), I basically got this cooler because of the good reviews/price with the I7's but it was more of 960's and also the fact it would clear my ram, so hopefully the NHD clears the ram too.


Thank you for all your guys help!
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These are still too high? had anything less than this BSOD 100x4.5. 1.265v

Edited by Airpoppoff - 6/20/11 at 5:19pm
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