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post #11 of 24
You need a better cooler. I wouldnt let your temps go above 80-85c even if your just stress testing. Lynnfields run hot, and the 212+ I have found to be innefficient at keep Lynnfields cool at higher overclocks. When I had my 860 I ended up getting water in order to keep it under 80c at 4ghz.

Have you tried fine tuning your overclock? you may be able to acheive that overclock at a lower voltage.

Also, the 212 is a hdt style cooler and they require a bit more thermal compound than flat base coolers. The best way to apply the thermal compound is to fill in the gaps between the pipes then put a small line on each individual pipe. Hope this helps.
Edited by AliceInChains - 8/18/11 at 2:32am
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Maybe the TIM quality is not good? I don't know about it seriously. And what is your CPU temps on average load? gaming? converting & editing videos... etc.
I did a quick render in Sony Vegas and the cpu temp seems to be loading between 48 to 57°C.

When playing Mass Effect 2 it seems to be around the 45°C mark.
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Lets be honest ... people here seem to exaggerate this way too much. I know 92C temp is high and such. But If you DON'T get these temps in normal computer usage. gaming. browsing, converting... etc I wouldn't worry too much about it. If your temps are below 72 C (which is this processors Tcase) I wouldn't worry to much about it.
My i7 870 was running at 91C (prime95) on stock settings using the ****ty Intel stock cooler.
I also advice you to not stress the processor too much at those temps. It may affect the longevity of the CPU.
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You could try lowering your vcore a bit. At that clock you can nearly run at stock settings. Something like 1.25v maybe?
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You could try lowering your vcore a bit. At that clock you can nearly run at stock settings. Something like 1.25v maybe?
The lowest I could go with IBT/prime stable is 1.32v. I knocked it down to 1.29v and lowered by IMC by a notch but it failed prime the moment it reached the small FFT test.

I might be able to get away with 1.31v or 1.3v so it's worth a try.
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I would immediately reseat that cooler and make sure it's tighten down all the way to make sure it doesn't overheat like this again.

The max for an 860 is 84C IIRC. Personally, I would stay below 75C just to avoid it from degrading or worse.
    
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Cooler is seated correctly, so that is not the problem. Could be the generic TIM I'm using or the lack of enough TIM, but I won't know until I remove the 212+, which is going to be a pain...
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What VTT voltage are you currently using? And at what speed is the memory set to?
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Cooler is seated correctly, so that is not the problem. Could be the generic TIM I'm using or the lack of enough TIM, but I won't know until I remove the 212+, which is going to be a pain...
Lack of TIM is RARELY a problem. More likely you have too much. You want as thin coverage as possible.

Honestly, I would just back off the overclock. My 760 runs 3.55ghz with just 1.136 vcore. Obviously, your chip may need more, but I doubt you'd notice the difference between 3.5ghz and 3.8ghz. If it meant shaving 15 C off your load temps, it would be more than worth it.
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Actually maybe the best thing to do is just reset to stock settings. Then follow this guide and reserch a little and start over.

Edit: Working link: http://www.overclockers.com/3-step-g...core-i3-i5-i7/
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