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WAY TOO HOT! really dangerous temps m8

I have an X6 at 4.2GHz and my load temps are lower then your idle temps
 
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This sure did a flip/flop.The OP was thinking all was fine but he really was in the danger zone.I had to search a bit as our OP was certain he had an "X4".
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post #13 of 27
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Originally Posted by CiBi View Post

WAY TOO HOT! really dangerous temps m8
I have an X6 at 4.2GHz and my load temps are lower then your idle temps

I dont like water cooling.. too much risk of it springing a leak lol
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This sure did a flip/flop.The OP was thinking all was fine but he really was in the danger zone.I had to search a bit as our OP was certain he had an "X4".

Google: Akasa X4 CPU Cooler. smile.gif
 
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Originally Posted by OC-Guru View Post

I dont like water cooling.. too much risk of it springing a leak lol
Google: Akasa X4 CPU Cooler. smile.gif

You don't have to go for water cooling, a 212 will reduce your temps alot, or if you are willing to invest some more, get a Noctua DH 14.
And by the way the risks of water cooling are pretty small.
 
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lol title so misleading. get a better cooler.

just get a corsair h50/60/70. not the best temps in the world but enough for 4-4.1ghz and will look better than those bulky aircoolers
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Originally Posted by CiBi View Post

You don't have to go for water cooling, a 212 will reduce your temps alot, or if you are willing to invest some more, get a Noctua DH 14.
And by the way the risks of water cooling are pretty small.

I plan on getting a hyper 212, also... not from the video's ive seen axesmiley.png
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lol title so misleading. get a better cooler.

How is it misleading?

Thanks for your useless input. ¬.¬
 
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lol title so misleading. get a better cooler.
just get a corsair h50/60/70. not the best temps in the world but enough for 4-4.1ghz and will look better than those bulky aircoolers

From what i've seen, they dont even compare to the D14
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Quote:
Originally Posted by OC-Guru View Post

I plan on getting a hyper 212, also... not from the video's ive seen axesmiley.png
How is it misleading?
Thanks for your useless input. ¬.¬

As in, you could say in the title "good temps for a 4Ghz on the Akasa X4"

A cooler doesn't have clock speeds, so the first impression is this is an X4 PROCESSOR.rolleyes.gif
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Indeed, im gettng my 16GB of RAM 1st, then ill invest in a Hyper 212 or better smile.gif thanks

You should fix those temps first man.
More ram won't fix a damaged chip
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post #20 of 27
Yeah your volts are a bit high imo... mine does 3.9 at 1.425v but idk..
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