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I was glad some one had a nice and simple explanation to the problem. I thought it was at least part of it but nope, chuck testa.

+rep for ol' Chuck's sake.

 

I'm betting that the more closely packed circuitry is going to breathe new life into the mega-cooler biz. I suspect that when we go to OC them the 14nm chips will get hotter still -- with a smaller surface area to draw heat from. What will heatsink designers have to do? Heck, what will water cooler designers need to do? Good thing AMD has given up chasing smaller processes.

 

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Maybe he did not apply enough pressure on the heatsink, he could push down with his hand and see.
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Ivy is a disappointment coming from SB and SB-E, especially from an overclocked heat perspective..
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Ivy is a disappointment coming from SB and SB-E, especially from an overclocked heat perspective..

That's actually the only perspective where it's a disappointment.

We've already seen a 3570K running at 4.8, with only 1.22v and temps in the mid 70's.

I'm still upgrading to Ivy, rather than upgrading to SB.

I'll be happy running a 3770K at 4.5 - 4.6, I bet I can keep the temps in check with low volts & my NH-D14.

When we first heard about the temp issues, the guy was running it at 4.8 with 1.38V. IMO, it seems like to keep temps in check, you should aim for the highest OC at or below 1.3v.
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i7-3820/ lga 2011 hex cores guys. What do you expect from a mainstream CPU? After much success with 1366 everyone jumped on the mainstream platform. Wait for the next enthusiast socket.

The problem or annoyance with the 3820is the disabled powersaving features once you really start to hit the gas on overclocks.
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Very interesting how that increased temps, I hope under water this thing can be handled.
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the way this heat spreader work only touch the plat right?air is one of the worst insulator.all for side the thickness of the proc have air around and where it doesnt touch .this is why intel cap it!the proc have to be capped.best bet is probably composite polymer ,since it is at 695 w/m-k not sure if any after market part are made in composite polymer tho.as for the radiator fins,they re made of aluminium(200w/m-k)even just making them in copper (385w/m-k_would be a huge improvement in cooling capacity
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everytime air touch the processor it become an more of an insulator then a heat spreader (air since they remove the heat spreader)as a heat spreader air is the worst at heat removal.so not capping isnt an option!but using termal paste is also useless !10 w/m-k?not worth putting paste!mercury as a 8 w/m-k and is way easier to apply then termal paste lol!
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The heatsink they used has many channels (pipes), since the core only takes up a small amount of space, only 1 channel is being used to cool the core vs, the 6-8 it has. The heatsink is optimized for a larger surface, which explains the higher temps- heat is only being dissapated from the center channel of the heatsink- instead of all the way across.
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the way this heat spreader work only touch the plat right?air is one of the worst insulator.all for side the thickness of the proc have air around and where it doesnt touch .this is why intel cap it!the proc have to be capped.best bet is probably composite polymer ,since it is at 695 w/m-k not sure if any after market part are made in composite polymer tho.as for the radiator fins,they re made of aluminium(200w/m-k)even just making them in copper (385w/m-k_would be a huge improvement in cooling capacity

Alright alright.... so youre suggesting a composite polymer(that was just the highest item of thermal conductivity you found when you googled it) cap be produced... just for this test. I'm not even gonna poke holes in your argument. Scotty, go get my checkbook!
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