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YIKES! waayyy to hot!

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down graded my sig rig, new mobo is biostar h67mu3, cooling is now stock supplied and that i assume is the prob.
the idle temps seem fine (30 - 37c) but gaming hits 70 - 73c. thought it was a lil warm so i tried a prime95 burn test. it hit 81c after SIX MINUTES!
current ambient is around 22c
antec 900 case w 3 intake fans (1 side 2 front), 1 mid (inside near vid card) and 2 exhaust (1 rear 1 top) all fans are 120mm except the top which is like 160 or something? rear, mid, and side fans set to 100% others on low.
i used as5 this time instead of shin eatsu g751.
hoping reseating + g751 will fix it.
NOTE: i use SB graphics could this add to it being more instructions?
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also speed step c1 etc are all enabled
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Wouldn't of thought you needed 1.21V for such a small overclock?

Try an aftermarket cooler is your best best though.
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Wouldn't of thought you needed 1.21V for such a small overclock?

Try an aftermarket cooler is your best best though.
forgot about that. since i switched mobo's i havent oc'd. didnt want to on stock cooling. all settings default.
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maybe try reaplying TIM.
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maybe try reaplying TIM.
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hoping reseating + g751 will fix it.
post #7 of 7
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kk. figured out 2 things.
1) forgot about as5's "burn in" period.
2) switching to g751 cooled it down 6c on load. looks like 10c+ otherwise. Also i'm not sure but i think its been mentioned, about how the intel SB HS doesnt cover the whole cpu?
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