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So I just strapped my whole system together and with the stock speed on my 2600k I'm getting about 36C Idle and about 60C on small fft's (prime95).

Is this normal for this cooler?

I tried upping my multiplier to 45 and my offsetting my vcore by .110v and the temps were about 46C idle and 67C load, although the processor clocked down to 3.7ghz and the vcore dropped a bit.

I just reseated the waterblock with a tiny bit of Arctic silver spread ultra thin with a card of plastic. (I've reaseated my old q6600 MANY times so I'm quite experienced doing that at least).

Any way to avoid the auto downclock of the 2600? Is it a temperature reason?

Thanks for your time.
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post #2 of 4
Temperatures look somewhat normal to me. For stock settings, that looks a little high, but it could just be your ambient temps.

As for the underclocking, is it during stress testing? Or is it just during idle?

If it's during stress tests, I had the same issue with my i5 2500K. When set to 4.4 GHz, it would underclock to 3.8 GHz or so, can't recall the exact value. I had to turn back on some of the green features, allowing it to underclock when idle, but it allowed it to run at its full speed during load.
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Well your max temp of 67c is good, question is, is this what your OC temp should be hitting? Did the cpu spend anytime at 4500mhz?
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Cpu never got to hit 4.5 because it kept underclocking itself.

What is the max temp of the 2600k without messin it up?

Also, what are the benefits of keeping the auto underclocking setting on?
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