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Hey guys I over clocked my multiplier to make my 2600k 3.8Ghz. But when I right click My Computer and go to properties it still shows 3.4 and in CCleaner etc etc. But in CPUZ on the bottom left it has my new multiplier. Is this normal for the 2600k?

Sorry if this is a stupid question.. New to this.
Edited by N3kko - 8/5/11 at 10:35pm
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Properties will show what the CPU is factory clocked at. I have my i5 @ 4.5Ghz and my properties always show 3.31Ghz.

CCleaner is the same way.

CPU-Z is the only way aside from other CPU software to see if it's actually running at that clock.
 
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Thanks bud. Just making sure. I have an H50 and at 3.8Ghz I hit around the 40's idle and with Intel Burn Test I hit 70's to high 80's but I always pass.. is that normal? (Build is 24 hours old)
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ya dude it's normal
    
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It just seems high since I see people with an i5 maxing at 80c with like 4.5 Ghz..
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Thanks bud. Just making sure. I have an H50 and at 3.8Ghz I hit around the 40's idle and with Intel Burn Test I hit 70's to high 80's but I always pass.. is that normal? (Build is 24 hours old)
That really does seem high considering you have a H50.
I know they aren't fantastic, by I'm sitting at 4.5ghz with a Cooler Master TX3, which is a very cheap and nasty $20 cooler, and I only max out at 75c.
(Yes, I know my sig rig says H80. It was meant to be here by now. )

But then again, 40 at idle makes me think you have pretty high ambient room temperature.

I'd suggest a re-seat if you have decent TIM, but maybe just check the pressure of the plate first.
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Using the stock TIM on it. And the room stays pretty cool actually (in a big room right now with air ALWAYS on)

Checked the pressure and it seems to be good.

Is there anyways that the TIM could have 'folded' or anything while I was installing the H50, since you have to rotate it?
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Using the stock TIM on it. And the room stays pretty cool actually (in a big room right now with air ALWAYS on)

Checked the pressure and it seems to be good.

Is there anyways that the TIM could have 'folded' or anything while I was installing the H50, since you have to rotate it?
Is it a single fan on the rad? Or do you have push/pull configuration?
If you have the latter, make sure your fans are both pushing the same direction.

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If you only have the 1, do you have it set as intake, or exhaust?
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I have one set as intake. And I have a 600T case.
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I'd probably suggest a remount of the plate then.

Heads up tho, I have heard the default TIM on the Hydro series is Shin-Etsu and quite good. People have found temps get worse with lesser TIM's. But those temps do seem wrong to me for your clock speed. So a bad mount seems to be the only thing I can think of.
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