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i7-2600k @ 4.8GHz very high temps?

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Hello I've got this cpu cooled with noctua nh-d14 and at load (prime95 - In place large FFTs) I get my temps at 76~80C (voltages: 1.395~1.42V).
My room temp is 30-34C and my case is open.

Did I made something wrong on installing the noctua or is this a normal temp or is there something wrong with the CPU itself?
Also when I run tests, the temp jumps from 37-40C (which is the idle temp) to the load temp in 2-3 seconds. Is this also normal?

Thanks in advance.
    
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post #2 of 9
the jump is quiet normal i know it heats up fast and the temps dont seem TOO bad but there not the greatest!
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Hmm but I see other people (with 4.4GHz get like 50C) ... in my case at 4.4GHz I got 70C ...
Also thanks for the answer!
    
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Its because of your high ambient 30-34'c
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What thermal paste, and how much did you use? And yes, your high ambient temp isn't to be overlooked.
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post #6 of 9
well at 4.4ghz it only takes like 1.3 volts alot less then 1.42 yeilding the lower temps
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Its because of your high ambient 30-34'c
Seriously, you're in a room that's 34C? I'd melt. Should have saved money from your system to buy an air conditioner
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At 4.8GHz, I'm loading at 86*C with 1.43v. Your temperatures are fine (better than mine) and perfectly normal for that kind of vcore.

The reason people have such low temps for 4.4GHz is because of the huge jump in vcore you're taking to hit 4.8GHz.
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What thermal paste, and how much did you use? And yes, your high ambient temp isn't to be overlooked.
I used the one that comes with the noctua. It's high quality paste, and I put more than it needed to. Click here for picture!
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Seriously, you're in a room that's 34C? I'd melt. Should have saved money from your system to buy an air conditioner
I lol'd. You're maybe right, but I don't like air conditioners
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At 4.8GHz, I'm loading at 86*C with 1.43v. Your temperatures are fine (better than mine) and perfectly normal for that kind of vcore.
Thanks man, I used to run it at 1.39V with the BIOS 16XX. But after I upgraded to 18XX BIOS I couldn't keep it stable at that vcore so I got to set it at 1.395-1.4V to be stable with prime95 tests.
Edited by Phr33d0m - 7/16/11 at 10:23pm
    
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