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post #5041 of 67492
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hey guys, got a question for you, i am trying to overclock my friends 8350 but when i go to stress it, the core temps shoot to 55 pretty much instantly. i have reseated the block multiple times and reapplied the thermal paste. under stock settings it will still reach 42
specs:
8350
CH V
H100

What are you doing for an overclock that you are reaching 55C?

The best way I found to seat those H100's was to adjust the seating while running a stress test (with the case on it's side) With the thumb screws kinda loose, you can apply pressure to the cooling block, to see where the lowest temps sit, and then tighten it down. (not too tight though, just snug)

If it's not a cooler seating issue, I'm at a loss as to what's making those temps at stock.
post #5042 of 67492
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Originally Posted by Solders18 View Post

hey guys, got a question for you, i am trying to overclock my friends 8350 but when i go to stress it, the core temps shoot to 55 pretty much instantly. i have reseated the block multiple times and reapplied the thermal paste. under stock settings it will still reach 42
specs:
8350
CH V
H100

What are you doing for an overclock that you are reaching 55C?

The best way I found to seat those H100's was to adjust the seating while running a stress test (with the case on it's side) With the thumb screws kinda loose, you can apply pressure to the cooling block, to see where the lowest temps sit, and then tighten it down. (not too tight though, just snug)

If it's not a cooler seating issue, I'm at a loss as to what's making those temps at stock.

i am pretty sure its not a seating issue, he did it first then i reseated it with no change. i tried 4.8@1.425 with ultra LLC and it just shot up
post #5043 of 67492
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Originally Posted by Solders18 View Post

i am pretty sure its not a seating issue, he did it first then i reseated it with no change. i tried 4.8@1.425 with ultra LLC and it just shot up

well, if it doesn't go over 55C after running a bit, that should be ok. maybe just a temp bug. otherwise, I'd try that seating method. even if the thumb screws are loose, you can get full seating by just pushing down on it a bit. that block is just so akward to seat.
post #5044 of 67492
Well it was 55 when i last tested it. before when i first found the issue i was being more aggressive with the OC and it was hitting 65 pretty much instantly
post #5045 of 67492
Wow that's too hot and I don't know why its that way either.
Maybe try it without LLC with a load voltage after droop target of 1.46 for 4.8 ghz.. I get no where near that warm even at 1.53 volts loaded @ 5 ghz.
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post #5047 of 67492
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Wow that's too hot and I don't know why its that way either.
Maybe try it without LLC with a load voltage after droop target of 1.46 for 4.8 ghz.. I get no where near that warm even at 1.53 volts loaded @ 5 ghz.

I agree its way too hot. it was cooling just fine with a 1090t. i made sure the pump was running, fans turning, and radiator radiating
post #5048 of 67492
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I agree its way too hot. it was cooling just fine with a 1090t. i made sure the pump was running, fans turning, and radiator radiating

lol i have to ask, how did you make sure your radiator was radiating??? did you just feel for warmth lol??? anywho those temps are too high, what TIM are you using?

at the same time you can't really compare to a 1090t though to be honest with you, completely different chips and run much hotter
post #5049 of 67492
well it was overclocked to 4.2 so it was still running toasty. i realize they aren't the same but just supplying a little history to help try and solve this. the only thing i can think of is if somehow the pump got clogged and its not flowing. but that would be a long shot.
post #5050 of 67492
I have a couple of questions.
Firstly my last 4 cores fail Prime95 without a single pass. This is at just 4.5. Would raising the voltage help? I'm on stock.

Secondly; with the heat these 8 core chips produce surely the stock cooler is insufficient even at stock settings. Not so much a question I suppose.
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