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Running my i7 4.6ghz @ 1.35V I idle @ 40-45C(using real temp) and load @ 75C. When I push 4.8 @ 1.4V Im hitting 80C+ on load.

Does these temps seem average? I've reseated my cpu block twice with AS5

My WC setup if it helps.

MCP655
XSPC Rasa WB
HK 6965 WB
RS240
EX120


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no those are pretty high, think martins lab peaked out at 65 under prime 95 stress test. your radiator may be too small to accept a 6950 and a 2600k with 1.3+ vcore. also the rasa is a pretty restrictive block.

maybe upgrade to a rasa raystorm and bump the rad up to a 360.

aslo what kind of fans do you have cooling your case, and location of them/orientation.
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That seems too high IMO. Just as a point of reference, I have a 2600k with HT off running 4.6 @ 1.35VDC and it maxes out in prime at 68C with a CM Hyper 212+ HSF.

Is it possible there is too much thermal paste? If too much is applied, it acts as an insulator. I've had great luck with a rice sized portion in the center of the CPU.
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no those are pretty high, think martins lab peaked out at 65 under prime 95 stress test. your radiator may be too small to accept a 6950 and a 2600k with 1.3+ vcore. also the rasa is a pretty restrictive block.
maybe upgrade to a rasa raystorm and bump the rad up to a 360.
aslo what kind of fans do you have cooling your case, and location of them/orientation.


RS240 on top of case which is in a push config and EX120 on rear in PP config
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That seems too high IMO. Just as a point of reference, I have a 2600k with HT off running 4.6 @ 1.35VDC and it maxes out in prime at 68C with a CM Hyper 212+ HSF.
Is it possible there is too much thermal paste? If too much is applied, it acts as an insulator. I've had great luck with a rice sized portion in the center of the CPU.

I might've put too much thermal paste(3 rice lines on the cpu) Will use 1 rice length and get back to you.

rep given to both of yous.

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Yeah, reapplying is worth a shot. I just want to be clear here; all you need is a single dot about the size of a grain of rice in the center. Post results when you get the time, and good luck thumb.gif

If your temps dramatically improve, you're not quite out of the swamp yet. Personally, I always run p95 and furmark for 20 min or so if CPU and GPU are on the same loop to ensure gaming temps will be suitable. You may want to get both push/pull fans on the rads, or look into a seperate loop for the GPU if need be down the road, although we'll see how it goes.
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RS240 on top of case which is in a push config and EX120 on rear in PP config
I might've put too much thermal paste(3 rice lines on the cpu) Will use 1 rice length and get back to you.
rep given to both of yous.
THanks

Appologies im bot familiar with your case, but if you dont have any intake fans on the bottom that would help, and switch the top fans to exhausting the hot air. Also moving your case to a spot where it has about six inches of space ob every side helps. Also ambient room temps can affect all of the above. Also (sorry if this was noted or addressed, on my phone so its a pain to scroll up) simple cable management can also change the overall air flow of tue case. Doing this with my budget i3 6850 xfire rig(air cooled) lowered my idle temps 5-7c and load by about 10c. Simple fixes and minor tweaks and organization can make a world of difference.
    
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Yeah, reapplying is worth a shot. I just want to be clear here; all you need is a single dot about the size of a grain of rice in the center. Post results when you get the time, and good luck thumb.gif
If your temps dramatically improve, you're not quite out of the swamp yet. Personally, I always run p95 and furmark for 20 min or so if CPU and GPU are on the same loop to ensure gaming temps will be suitable. You may want to get both push/pull fans on the rads, or look into a seperate loop for the GPU if need be down the road, although we'll see how it goes.

Hopefully it will improve with the " Re Apply ". As far as the loop goes, my GPu doesnt get hotter than 55-60C with OC and + volt on full load thumb.gif.

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Appologies im bot familiar with your case, but if you dont have any intake fans on the bottom that would help, and switch the top fans to exhausting the hot air. Also moving your case to a spot where it has about six inches of space ob every side helps. Also ambient room temps can affect all of the above. Also (sorry if this was noted or addressed, on my phone so its a pain to scroll up) simple cable management can also change the overall air flow of tue case. Doing this with my budget i3 6850 xfire rig(air cooled) lowered my idle temps 5-7c and load by about 10c. Simple fixes and minor tweaks and organization can make a world of difference.

My case wont do a P/P on top unless I do some case mods. Ill get pics of my rig when i get home...


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yea single grain of rice and gentle seating snugging it up and a hand tight with a small screw driver. criss crossing each bolt/screw as you tighten it down evenly.

you have two fans on top where the rad is, pushing out the case? and one 120 fan on the back doing the same correct? what about the front 200mm fan is that on as well(this would be a great intake)? and are you using the mesh or the window for your side panel?
    
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yea single grain of rice and gentle seating snugging it up and a hand tight with a small screw driver. criss crossing each bolt/screw as you tighten it down evenly.
you have two fans on top where the rad is, pushing out the case? and one 120 fan on the back doing the same correct? what about the front 200mm fan is that on as well(this would be a great intake)? and are you using the mesh or the window for your side panel?

2 fans on top rad pushing into case.
2 fan in push/pull(120mm)

200mm infront pulling air into case
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After removing my cpu waterblock and applying "rice" size thermal compound. I idle @ 41C and 63c on load, this is on stock clock.

With the CPU overclocked to 4.6 @ 1.35v I idle at 47C and 77C at load.

I am complety lost onto what the hell is going on with my PC. Could is be a bad CPU?


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