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I recently switched from a certain MSI board (can't remember the model) to an ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution, and now my temperatures are terrible in Core Temp/Real Temp.

I tried re-seating my CM Hyper 212+ but it makes no difference.

At stock volts, I hover at 40 C, and if I run Prime95 it'll skyrocket to 98 C and hold around there. Before, I could bump up the voltage to 1.38 and it would never go past ~75 C.

Are my sensors faulty or do I need to try to re-seat the heatsink again?
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ummm, I would try to reseat again, this time take your cpu out & make sure alllllllll of the old thermal paste is off. Wait 10 minutes for the alchahol to dry (also do this with your HSF), then reapply a small pea size in the middle & put the HSF back on. Also let the heatsink smear all the TIM, dont use a card or plastic bag + finger.
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post #3 of 4
the base of the 212+ is very rough and impossible to clean completely

3 lines of tim work best on it
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Originally Posted by Xerof3ar View Post
I recently switched from a certain MSI board (can't remember the model) to an ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution, and now my temperatures are terrible in Core Temp/Real Temp.

I tried re-seating my CM Hyper 212+ but it makes no difference.

At stock volts, I hover at 40 C, and if I run Prime95 it'll skyrocket to 98 C and hold around there. Before, I could bump up the voltage to 1.38 and it would never go past ~75 C.

Are my sensors faulty or do I need to try to re-seat the heatsink again?
The only way it could be the mobo's fault would be if the voltage is higher, so double check on that.

My guess is that you didn't apply the TIM as well as you should have, check out the following article:

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.ph...1&limitstart=5

Which btw was in the sticky for air cooling, you should read it:
http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...ered-here.html
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