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Are these temperatures normal for 3930k?

post #1 of 31
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hi guys

I just built a 3930k rig yesterday
and I think my rig runs a bit too hot?

I have Silverstone TJ08-E Case and I have the Noctua NH-D14
My cable management is Excellent (Nothing is blocking the air flow)
and I only have 1 Case fan (The Huge one in the front)

I just think my idle temps are a bit hot?
What do you guys think??

My ambient temperature is 82.4 F ( 28 C)

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post #2 of 31
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Originally Posted by DJ_Reason View Post

hi guys
I just built a 3930k rig yesterday
and I think my rig runs a bit too hot?
I have Silverstone TJ08-E Case and I have the Noctua NH-D14
My cable management is Excellent (Nothing is blocking the air flow)
and I only have 1 Case fan (The Huge one in the front)
I just think my idle temps are a bit hot?
What do you guys think??
My ambient temperature is 82.4 F ( 28 C)
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Is that with OC? It isn't horrible, but it is a little hot . Try re-seating it, remember grain of rice!
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post #3 of 31
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No it is at stock..
ugh I had such a hard time mounting the NH-D14 to the motherboard..
and I'm not sure if I want to unscrew the bolts and try remounting it again sad-smiley-002.gif

like the two screws with springs on each side was soooooooooo hard to screw in for some reason
I struggled with it for like 30 minutes and I even cut my finger on the heatsink frown.gif
post #4 of 31
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ok here's another screenshot

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and it seems definitely high compared some other temperatures I've looked at..

is there anything else I can do, besides trying to reseat the heatsink?
post #5 of 31
When i said remount i meant redo your thermal paste! Make sure it has good contact and that you didn't put to much on.
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post #6 of 31
Well we are talking about 6 cores here. But remember, every CPU is different. Different temps at different speeds at different voltages
post #7 of 31
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When i said remount i meant redo your thermal paste! Make sure it has good contact and that you didn't put to much on.

Yea I know!
Well in order to reapply the thermal paste, I gotta unscrew the heatsink first.....
post #8 of 31
well i get that kind of temps during summer also below or above to your ambient,that was when i still had my i7 920 @4.ghz with constant volt @ 1.4. i think yours are just way too hot for d14.

i say give one try reseat & re-apply tim.if nothing change call it a day. cheers.
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post #9 of 31
Well the SB-E chips are pushing alot of power and run warmer but at stock clocks for a D-14 thats warm. With your fumbling around you probably got a bad paste spread on the cpu, if your not wanting to remove the heatsink and replace paste and reseat the cooler then deal with the temps otherwise reseat it smile.gif
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post #10 of 31
I have the same temp as yours @4.3ghz, you should use a liquid cooling solution.
Anyway these temps stay on the OK range.

Just my 2 cents.
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