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Originally Posted by godiegogo214 View Post

thats not true because i was seeing the temps on that run and the cores were at 46 47 the 60 is the reading at the socket....give me a minute all ill run another test at 4.6 ghz so you can see the hwinfo

Here's are some examples:



post #51362 of 68053
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According to the OCCT graph , you were at 60C on the core, not the socket.

Do you have hwinfo installed?

thats not true because i was seeing the temps on that run and the cores were at 46 47 the 60 is the reading at the socket....give me a minute all ill run another test at 4.6 ghz so you can see the hwinfo


Very short run of OCCT



Notice how coretemp matches the graph? ( I took the SS while it was at 48 C, it ran for bit longer before I got it shut down , hitting 49C).
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just needs airflow you don't have to cut holes and all that you just need something to disperse the heat out so your other fans can expel it out rather than your socket getting too hot but you need to figure out why your cooling isn't doing very well...you shouldn't be getting that high of temps...I have two 290s and my cpu needs 1.512v to be ibt stable and occt doesn't heat my cpu to 60 core...and my loop needs cleaning pretty badly

i just finished building my loop about 1 week ago
post #51364 of 68053
diego you've got a great loop. dont worry about VRM or back of socket cooling.

your not gonna get anywhere at 1.4v with FX chips if your not gonna push the voltage.

1.4v for 4.6ghz is great!
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i just finished building my loop about 1 week ago
did you flush the rads very well? Also did you check your tim spread or just mount and hope for the best? With the loop you have and one 290 your temps should be lower...on my loop which is two 240 and a 280 with two 290 gpus and cpu with two reservoir occt doesn't make it sweat at all..and all of my rads are 30mm thick... Also on the note of vrm and socket cooling anything over 1.4v or 4.5 needs this imo I can't count the number of people who came through here in the short time I've been here that didn't think they needed vrm cooling but after some prodding from the guys here threw a 10 dollar fan in and lo and behold the overclocking problems and headache magically went away...you still can have other limitations but I will never run an fx chip without fans on vrm and socket unless I happen to do the modding for vrm water block on my saber
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 7/19/15 at 7:53pm
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diego you've got a great loop. dont worry about VRM or back of socket cooling.

your not gonna get anywhere at 1.4v with FX chips if your not gonna push the voltage.

1.4v for 4.6ghz is great!

Are you sure?

5GHz at 1.45 here!
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diego you've got a great loop. dont worry about VRM or back of socket cooling.

your not gonna get anywhere at 1.4v with FX chips if your not gonna push the voltage.

1.4v for 4.6ghz is great!

That's actually very important, these chips are motherboard killers without good VRM cooling. Cooling the socket can help a bunch when chasing high overclocks.

As for his temps, I have OCCT set up to use coretemp for temperatures, which names the core graph appropriately and puts the proper value there. If you select hwmonitor to monitor temps , then the "package" graph will actually show core temps and the core graph will show socket temps.
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diego you've got a great loop. dont worry about VRM or back of socket cooling.

your not gonna get anywhere at 1.4v with FX chips if your not gonna push the voltage.

1.4v for 4.6ghz is great!

thnx my dude....i have no problem pushing voltage...test still running i'm going to take pics with my cell....i know you guys like screenshots lol i'm typing on my laptop





vcore is the last one.....now if i up the voltage....my vcore will hit 80C
Edited by godiegogo214 - 7/19/15 at 7:56pm
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diego you've got a great loop. dont worry about VRM or back of socket cooling.

your not gonna get anywhere at 1.4v with FX chips if your not gonna push the voltage.

1.4v for 4.6ghz is great!

thnx my dude....i have no problem pushing voltage...test still running i'm going to take pics with my cell....i know you guys like screenshots lol i'm typing on my laptop




Ok , sorry for the confusion - I have OCCT set up to get its temps from coretemp, yours is getting them from hwmonitor. So yes you were correct at 47 core 60 socket. Which means it's extremely important to improve your airflow around the VRM's and Socket area!
EDIT:
13 degrees difference between socket and core is pretty bad , heres an example of what good airflow in the socket area can look like - Prime 95 at 5 ghz



Notice there is only 4 C difference between socket and core temps.
Edited by cssorkinman - 7/19/15 at 8:03pm
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@tbone8ty

Which of the graphs look better then?




Think before you talk. Or shut me up with your results.
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