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nah I everything out side the case.
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nvm this.

EDIT : oops.. ninja'd before you post that one..
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This might sound weird but what temp monitoring program are you using?
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SpeedFan, Real Temp and AI suite II. All relatively the same
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A tiny dot in the center can actually be too little, depending how tiny. Believe me I am the biggest advocate of less is more with TIM because most people just have a tendency to take it way too far. The best is a 1mm vertical line down the middle (dont do it horizontal, lol) if you don't have an HDT cooler.

When you installed the stock cooler did you use the thermal pad already on it or did you apply the TIM yourself? You could just be doing it wrong, its pretty easy to do it wrong.

If you can, take a pic of it after removing the heatsink so we can kinda see how much was used.
    
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post #16 of 26
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A tiny dot in the center can actually be too little, depending how tiny. Believe me I am the biggest advocate of less is more with TIM because most people just have a tendency to take it way too far. The best is a 1mm vertical line down the middle (dont do it horizontal, lol) if you don't have an HDT cooler.

When you installed the stock cooler did you use the thermal pad already on it or did you apply the TIM yourself? You could just be doing it wrong, its pretty easy to do it wrong.

If you can, take a pic of it after removing the heatsink so we can kinda see how much was used.
yeah for the stock cooler I used the reapplied paste. idk if I am getting normal temps now tho after I poked around for a bit. Im still getting a high idle of 38 but at 4.5ghz @ 1.3 with ht disabled im getting around 63ish. 65 is my max. Is that normal?
Edited by killer8297 - 8/22/11 at 1:59pm
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post #17 of 26
That's pretty normal yea, what test are you running to get peak temps? In my experience the prime small FFT is the hottest... just select the first option and run that. Don't use intel burn test.

Idle temps can be off by a LOT.

http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/docs.php

edit: also see http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ks-stable.html
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post #18 of 26
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That's pretty normal yea, what test are you running to get peak temps? In my experience the prime small FFT is the hottest... just select the first option and run that. Don't use intel burn test.

Idle temps can be off by a LOT.

http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/docs.php

edit: also see http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ks-stable.html
I'm using prime with blend, just tried small fft. I'm getting just below 70.
Edited by killer8297 - 8/22/11 at 3:16pm
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post #19 of 26
If you rearrange and plan out your air flow and pressure better you will get better temps. It's just a matter of having positive moving air flow in your case.
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post #20 of 26
For the stock cooler, 65 degrees is completely normal (and actually good for a Prime load). But 90+ on a D14 is unheard of! The D14 should certainly not be running hotter than the stock cooler. Around 70 degrees would be in the norm. But if your stock cooler is getting 65, then the D14 should be well below 60 under the same circumstances.

Ambient temperature can effect cpu temps too, but not 20+ degrees difference. Unless you have your puter in the oven.

I vote for user error with the TIM.
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