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post #11 of 47
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I have some http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835608008
Laying around from a year and a half ago. Maybe that would be good to replace it with?
post #12 of 47
Altho, I should have probably asked. What voltages have you got coursing through the chip?
If it is set on auto, it may be way to high for your overclock.

Grab CPU-Z and check first.

EDIT: For a 3.8ghz overclock, default voltage should be enough to stay stable I'd assume.
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post #13 of 47
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Not at the machine. Maybe will be tomorrow or on Monday. It is on auto I know tho for sure.
post #14 of 47
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I have some http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835608008
Laying around from a year and a half ago. Maybe that would be good to replace it with?
The Noctua TIM is pretty fantastic, too. So that should be fine.
But as I said in my edit above, it might just be your voltage.
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Not at the machine. Maybe will be tomorrow or on Monday. It is on auto I know tho for sure.
Yeah, Auto setting can go a bit overboard.
But I still doubt it would go that far.

Try re-seating and see how it goes and keep us posted. :]
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post #16 of 47
At 3.8 most likely will not need more than 1.20v for that to be stable. Most likely less.
I seen boards place the vcore on auto to well over 1.35v for a 3.8 OC.
CPUZ version 1.58 should show pretty close to what the vcore is running at.
post #17 of 47
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Since I read that the Shin-Etsu or Noctua or both very good paste and give about the same temps on average I think i may just do a fresh install of Noctua and re-seat it tomorrow

And I will post what the vcore is in CPU-Z tomorrow also.
post #18 of 47
You really should be setting the vcore manually, start at 1.20v & OC till it becomes unstable at 1.20v.
You might be surprised at how far you can go with only 1.20v vcore.
post #19 of 47
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Okay man thanks. I will re-seat and apply thermal paste and manually set the vcore tomorrow.
post #20 of 47
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Okay man thanks. I will re-seat and apply thermal paste and manually set the vcore tomorrow.
I'd check the voltage first before reseating anything. Set manual then check them again.
I think the temps are caused by the voltage more so than the seating.
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