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to be honest a load temp of 75c at 1.268v is pretty much in range of normal.

I thought he was at stock voltage and speed, though? 80C for stock voltage and stock speeds is way above what's to be expected for his HSF.
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I thought he was at stock voltage and speed, though? 80C for stock voltage and stock speeds is way above what's to be expected for his HSF.
He stated his motherboard defaulted to 1.26v at stock.Turbo enabled will increase the voltage I have heard.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1297912/phanteks-ph-tc14pe-80c-when-running-prime95/40_20#post_18029840
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He stated his motherboard defaulted to 1.26v at stock.Turbo enabled will increase the voltage I have heard.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1297912/phanteks-ph-tc14pe-80c-when-running-prime95/40_20#post_18029840

Thanks, I missed that. It seems like lowering it back down to 1.128v still had him near 75C though. Either way, it's still too high for the equipment and settings he's running. I guess we'll figure out some more information once he gets his replacement CPU installed and tries again.
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Only reason I have rear exhaust is for airflow over motherboard, not to cool case. I use intakes to push air through case.



Only thngs missing are bottom fan and side cover.

 


It looks like the CPU cooler is sucking hot air from your video card. Those six hard drives are also blocking airflow. Don't listen to those who are telling you to buy a new case. You don't need a new case. You just need some more fans.

    
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It looks like the CPU cooler is sucking hot air from your video card. Those six hard drives are also blocking airflow. Don't listen to those who are telling you to buy a new case. You don't need a new case. You just need some more fans.
Really? What fans and where should I put them? I can't seem to get CPU to ever go above 60c. Hope you can help.
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I installed the new CPU and fans yesterday. Currently, it seems to be at 64-67C at the moment.
The highest it's been so far is 74C (only on core #2).

I guess that's somewhat better at least.

Max:
Core #0 = 64C
Core #1 = 72C
Core #2 = 74C
Core #3 = 68C

Is there any reason cores 1-2 always seem to be ~5C higher than the rest?
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I thought he was at stock voltage and speed, though? 80C for stock voltage and stock speeds is way above what's to be expected for his HSF.
Yes, stock voltage (or "auto" on the MB at least... meaning it gets the voltage requested by the CPU itself from what i understand) and speed (3920.55MHz, which from what I understand is the standard clock speed with turbo boost).
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Let's all remember that Ivy bridge runs hotter than Sandy Bridge, and to be honest a load temp of 75c at 1.268v is pretty much in range of normal.

http://foro.noticias3d.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=391334

yes however we ARE talking about phantek on stock clock... so i'd still expect better results then what he is getting biggrin.gif
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I installed the new CPU and fans yesterday. Currently, it seems to be at 64-67C at the moment.
The highest it's been so far is 74C (only on core #2).
I guess that's somewhat better at least.
Max:
Core #0 = 64C
Core #1 = 72C
Core #2 = 74C
Core #3 = 68C
Is there any reason cores 1-2 always seem to be ~5C higher than the rest?
Yes, stock voltage (or "auto" on the MB at least... meaning it gets the voltage requested by the CPU itself from what i understand) and speed (3920.55MHz, which from what I understand is the standard clock speed with turbo boost).

still seem quite warm for stock clock. but passable if you are tired of messing around with it smile.gif
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still seem quite warm for stock clock. but passable if you are tired of messing around with it smile.gif
It's acceptable, especially considering that running Prime95 isn't exactly something it will be doing frequently, and very few other things will generate the same load.

However, I don't mind messing around with it if there is any way to get it better.
I'd say cores 0 and 3 are pretty decent, (around 60C at the moment, which should be okay at full load), but I'd like to get 1-2 down to the same level if possible.

Could it have something to do with the thermal paste application? I used the "1/3 pea sized drop in the middle of the CPU" method for this one.
Maybe there are more optimal ways for this particular CPU type?
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