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post #21 of 47
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Okay dude thanks. I just know I had to twist the H50 some while installing (it was touching the CPU) so I wasn't sure if it had moved the paste around some which would cause it to have worse temps I thought.
post #22 of 47
Its most likely ok. I have a H50 as well & I'm still using the stock pad.
Idles 32c load high 40c to low 50c at full load. 4.2 Ghz normally 4.4Ghz
but it summer here so I down clocked.
post #23 of 47
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the help! I will post back tomorrow afternoon.
post #24 of 47
Looking forward to seeing your results.
Drop full system specs in tomorrows post so others can jump in & help.
post #25 of 47
Those temps are actually pretty high.

1. I have an H50, Push/Pull. (Idle 34-37* / Under P95 57-60*)

2. Do a reseat, but when you do that, make sure you apply the paste accordingly to your liking and your method.

3. Loosen the screws on the CPU bracket so you can physically pull it up.
(But it doesn't come all the way up from the motherboard, it's still screwed in)

4. Pop in your H50, but DO NOT touch the CPU!
(You may require 2 people for this or if you can swing it you can do it with both of your hands.) Lift the CPU bracket up and slide your H50 inside the bracket and twist it an lock it in, THEN sit the H50 on your CPU and slow tighten down each screw from say Top Left, Bottom Right, Bottom Left, Top Right. But make sure you tighten them down a little each go, never all the way per 1 screw.)

That's exactly what I did and those are my temps @ 4.5Ghz with 1.285 vcore.

Hope this helps ya out man, I'll be checking your thread tomorrow to see what your results are, feel free to PM if you need any help! And goodluck!
Edited by Dustin1 - 8/6/11 at 12:07am
 
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Dustin not sure if you read
He still has his vcore set to auto, not sure at this point witch motherboard he has, but
on my Asus WS Rev & also my ASRock Extreme6 when the vcore was set to auto & at
a 3.8 OC both my boards went to over 1.35v for such a small OC w/auto. He will need to set
the vcore manually to get his temps down, ya sure it could be a bad seating but at this point
I'm betting its more vcore related than a bad seating.

Good info for the seating tho, I'm sure it will come in handy.
post #27 of 47
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Dustin not sure if you read
He still has his vcore set to auto, not sure at this point witch motherboard he has, but
on my Asus WS Rev & also my ASRock Extreme6 when the vcore was set to auto & at
a 3.8 OC both my boards went to over 1.35v for such a small OC w/auto. He will need to set
the vcore manually to get his temps down, ya sure it could be a bad seating but at this point
I'm betting its more vcore related than a bad seating.

Good info for the seating tho, I'm sure it will come in handy.
I did read everything.

However even with 1.35 vcore he shouldn't be hitting the 80* degree load temp with that cooler.

Which points to a reset issue. Because even at 4.5Ghz with 1.45 vcore my max load only hit about 71-72* under P95.

Let's see how his temperatures roll out after the reseat, then we can kind of lead him in the way of getting that vcore down. 1 step at a time my friend, 1 step..
 
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post #28 of 47
Well first off I wouldn't want to be pushing 1.35/1.45v threw a brand new chip if it doesn't need to be.
I'd be more worried about getting the vcore set first. Then see how the temps look.
Quote:
1. I have an H50, Push/Pull. (Idle 34-37* / Under P95 57-60*)
You are also only running 1.28v going by your sig, not 1.35v or more & dual fan on the H50. He has a single fan, probably the one that came with his H50. If I remember correct 2000rpm is its max. He probably has the CPU fan set by auto also so its not turning anywhere close to 2000rpm till its already way up in temps.

Edit: BTW
Quote:
Because even at 4.5Ghz with 1.45 vcore
if its taking 1.45v to do 4.5Ghz
something is wrong or you have a really bad chip.
What's in your sig looks more close to what it should be for that OC on a SB.
Edited by TheWolf - 8/6/11 at 11:37am
post #29 of 47
Thread Starter 
Changed my vcore to 1.25V and I am at 4.0Ghz now. I run low 40's idel. What is VID? Because in core temp it is at 1.3511V.

I took off the thermal paste (was messed up like I thought) and applied new paste.

On Intel Burn test and prime 95 the highest I hit is 85..
post #30 of 47
Good deal, temps still seem to high. Have you tried running the vcore below 1.25v for that 4.0 OC?
To be honest I wouldn't want to see anything over 70cish under load, 85c is to much.
Think about getting a second fan for push/pull on the H50.
What motherboard are you using? Knowing that can help us give you some pointers on the settings in its bios to change.

Edit plz remove this one. See other post.
Edited by TheWolf - 8/7/11 at 11:45am
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