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post #21 of 38
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Dude connect the pump to the PSU and the fan to the CPU fan header. And no wonder you are getting those temps running with 1.56v

I scaled back and did what you said before and same thing.. I was running this before no problem. 4004Ghz, 1.56v
post #22 of 38
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Only other thing I can think is different is the thermal paste. I used Ceramique 2 because that's all Radioshack had. Could another paste make a difference? I've heard of some people using MX-4 and dropping 20-30°.

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post #23 of 38
If i were you i would just get a new cooler, if your want something similar i would get a H100 i have one and on my I7 @ 5.0Ghz i get 25c idle and 73c under prime95. Also I've never had a 1055T but I've had a X4 965 and it wasn't a good idea to run them above 1.5v so i agree with iZZ.

P.S. I hate to say it but the BSoD's might be because your CPU is degrading due to the high voltage and temps.
Edited by Sonics - 1/6/12 at 11:30pm
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post #24 of 38
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I've done this. Does it matter where I plug in the pump/radiator fan?

have you got it plugged into 12v straight from the PSU
post #25 of 38
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have you got it plugged into 12v straight from the PSU

I had the radiator fan in the plug labeled CPU_FAN on my mobo and the pump into another plug on the mobo. Also tried the opposite of this.
post #26 of 38
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it wasn't a good idea to run them above 1.5v so i agree with iZZ.
P.S. I hate to say it but the BSoD's might be because your CPU is degrading due to the high voltage and temps.

For the most part I've been running it around 1.4v which I've found many people have success with. I tried upping it to see if it would make a difference based in advice from a thread I was reading.

Would that really happen in such short time though? I haven't been overclocking for that long. Also from what I've found the bsod error message seemed to be a memory issue... I am going to try out a new cooler next though.

Also you said you get up to 73, I hear some people say that is fine and done people say it will fry your cpu. But that's about what I get now, maybe a little more.
post #27 of 38
I had my 965 on 4.2Ghz @ a little over 1.5v, max temps under prime were about 60, after about a month i started getting BSOD's frequently so i put it back to standard clocks and still got BSOD's every 10 hours or so, I'm just saying from my personal experience.

Also Intel CPU's run much hotter than AMD, 73c is a pretty good temp @ 5.0Ghz for a 2600k.
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post #28 of 38
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Well I think I've solved my problem. Guess what my solution was.
post #29 of 38
Broken pump?
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post #30 of 38
your pump's not running at full speed.
If you plugged in into mobo fan header there's a good chance its set to standard/normal or silent mode.
You need to disable that to get the pump running to full speed.
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