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Here is mine;
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Its about time you posted something good that's recent o stealthy one.......laughingsmiley.gif

Yeah I havent done any tests lately...but i will..
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Yeah I havent done any tests lately...but i will..
Good hurry up and be snappy about it biggrin.gif
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Guys I have a quick question about the temps I'm getting, wondering if I could get some help?
I'm using a i7 3820 with a Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 2, inside a Coolermaster HAF XM.

I'm pretty sure about what to do with the slight overclock I want to put on but I'm not sure if these temps are weird or not.
I've got one of my cores hovering at consistently 15-16 degrees above the lowest, which seemed like a lot for me, I don't really know what to do with that.

At idle I get 25 on once core but the hottest goes anywhere from 38 to 42. I've reapplied the thermal paste incase that was the problem seemed to just shift the temps by exactly 1 degree hotter on average.
from core 0 -> 3
So at idle: 29,25,29,41
And at load: 49,46,49,58
all at stock clocks and voltages too
Should I bother applying thermal paste again playing with fans or am i good?
post #2604 of 6491


2hrs priming @ 1.350V (did have to come up a little)
Over 4hrs is not stable, testing at 1.360V now.
All C-states & SpeedStep on, CPU LLC = High
30 - 35*C ambient room temp.
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Should I bother applying thermal paste again playing with fans or am i good?
So far as I know you're fine. Mine fluctuate by about 5 - 10*C. I wouldn't worry about it. The chip is how the chip is in this case. I believe even the IHS is soldered down so you can't easily reseat the spreader even if it might be worth it.
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Thanks for the quick response, appreciated. smile.gif
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Guys I have a quick question about the temps I'm getting, wondering if I could get some help?
I'm using a i7 3820 with a Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 2, inside a Coolermaster HAF XM.

I'm pretty sure about what to do with the slight overclock I want to put on but I'm not sure if these temps are weird or not.
I've got one of my cores hovering at consistently 15-16 degrees above the lowest, which seemed like a lot for me, I don't really know what to do with that.

At idle I get 25 on once core but the hottest goes anywhere from 38 to 42. I've reapplied the thermal paste incase that was the problem seemed to just shift the temps by exactly 1 degree hotter on average.
from core 0 -> 3
So at idle: 29,25,29,41
And at load: 49,46,49,58
all at stock clocks and voltages too
Should I bother applying thermal paste again playing with fans or am i good?

There is a way to balance the temps with difference about 1~3C between cores under load, however in your case there is nothing to worry about.
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Originally Posted by X79Extreme7UK View Post

There is a way to balance the temps with difference about 1~3C between cores under load, however in your case there is nothing to worry about.
My costa has 0ne core that runs up to 10c warmer wave2.gif howsit goin geezer questionmark.gif
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Originally Posted by X79Extreme7UK View Post

There is a way to balance the temps with difference about 1~3C between cores under load, however in your case there is nothing to worry about.
My costa has 0ne core that runs up to 10c warmer wave2.gif howsit goin geezer questionmark.gif

Hey mate wave2.gif that costa is being a pain gunner.gif how come one core is still 10C warmer ?
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Hey mate wave2.gif that costa is being a pain gunner.gif how come one core is still 10C warmer ?
Under 100% Load and core 2 upto 10c cooler go figure ?
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