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That's only half way done, there is still some tin left on the CPU and heat sink.

I am going to lap my 8350 and corsair h100i too when i can get some decent sandpaper, its hard to get grid 1500 and 2000 i go look tomorrow or i am going to order it from the Internet.

It ain't done yet mate... It was rather surprising that my CPU survived even with poor mating on my cooler.

CPU has high edges. The cooler too. So a flat mating components should really be marginally cooler.

And they were.. Shaved off a handful degrees on an unsmothened lap.. 😀 big grin!!!
post #32822 of 67345
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The fans on the case are Corsair AF 120mm? smile.gif

Nice socket temps!! I cant understand how can i reach 62/63ºC on socket temp with only 1.325V on the cpu..

you been told why a few times..

you are using a 4+2 phase board..

so not many phases for the cpu to work with so it is likely pushing all 4 to the max.

Proper boards usually have at-least a 8+2 phase circuit, if they don't have 8 phases then it is a super high quality circuit (which your VRM circuit most defiantly is NOT)

the less phases a board has the more power each phase is responsible for, more power/electricity translates into heat quite effectively.

the hotter your VRMS get the hotter your socket will get.

if you don't take adequate precautions, you are left with your situation. you need airflow... LOTS of it if you are air cooling.

slightly positive air pressure is best (slightly more air blowing in then being pulled out)

get more fans, or turn yours up and get better cooling.. but you really would be better off with a proper motherboard.
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Looks great thumb.gif

Nice clean build, how does that H320 treat you? You like it?

before i have silver arrow, i can cooled max 1.44v


with h320 i can get 1.60v with max 70c on core... amazing performance for my point of view...

there is one problem , for mount 4 slot of ram you need to modify the socket mount





austin : 5 140mm and 4 120 high preformance (1 for vga 3 for h320)

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you been told why a few times..

you are using a 4+2 phase board..

so not many phases for the cpu to work with so it is likely pushing all 4 to the max.

Proper boards usually have at-least a 8+2 phase circuit, if they don't have 8 phases then it is a super high quality circuit (which your VRM circuit most defiantly is NOT)

the less phases a board has the more power each phase is responsible for, more power/electricity translates into heat quite effectively.

the hotter your VRMS get the hotter your socket will get.

if you don't take adequate precautions, you are left with your situation. you need airflow... LOTS of it if you are air cooling.

slightly positive air pressure is best (slightly more air blowing in then being pulled out)

get more fans, or turn yours up and get better cooling.. but you really would be better off with a proper motherboard.

Im using 6+2 power phase board..
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Im using 6+2 power phase board..

Even some 8+2 board struggles with these fx beasts.

Don't count out that fact.

Besides , there are lot of things most people here have done to counter the heat for these chips. Have you done yours to begin with??
Edited by mus1mus - 3/31/14 at 3:33pm
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Even some 8+2 board struggles with these fx beasts.

Don't count out that fact.

Besides , there are lot of things most people here have done to counter the heat for these chips. Have you done yours to begin with??

A whole on the back pannel, with a 120mm fan blowing air on the back of the vrms and the socket. Isnt enough? The 80mm fan on the vrm dont really changed much
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before i have silver arrow, i can cooled max 1.44v

That's right. At 4.5 GHz and 1.44, SA can cool an eight core very well to mid 50s.
post #32828 of 67345
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A whole on the back pannel, with a 120mm fan blowing air on the back of the vrms and the socket. Isnt enough? The 80mm fan on the vrm dont really changed much

It may seem not enough to produce considerable results for a certain reason. Not enough power phases thus not enough VRMs thus, every VRM heats up considerably that even an 80mm fan cannot cool down...
Edited by mus1mus - 3/31/14 at 3:43pm
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Its normal that i can run 4.4 Stable at 1.318V? From what i see here, its quite low voltage.. Dunno why this thing heats up so much
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Its normal that i can run 4.4 Stable at 1.318V? From what i see here, its quite low voltage.. Dunno why this thing heats up so much

For me it didn't take much voltage tweaking at all to get to 4.4ghz

It's 4.5-4.6ghz where the voltages started ramping up for me and then 4.8ghz took an even bigger jump hehe
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