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Show us the Stats, CPUz, HWiNFO, etc. biggrin.gif




http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2540537/

on a noctua nh d14 in a poorly cooled case. these coolers are nuts for air coolers !

no time to run a long one now but ill do a long one tonight its deffeinetly stable tho ive stress tested for 12 hrs 3 times now
post #51832 of 67713
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show) on a noctua nh d14 in a poorly cooled case. these coolers are nuts for air coolers !

no time to run a long one now but ill do a long one tonight its deffeinetly stable tho ive stress tested for 12 hrs 3 times now

Hey mate, people here won't accept AIDA Stress being enough to prove these chips stable. I don't mean it in a bad way. But it surely isn't enough to stress these chips to the point that it will be proven stable 24/7. AIDA does a good job on Intel though.

Try IBT AVX on the main page. It's what these guys accept for stability talk and all. wink.gif And yep, Prime needs to run for at least 12 Hours while IBT does it in an hour or so and just as good.
post #51833 of 67713
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Hey mate, people here won't accept AIDA Stress being enough to prove these chips stable. I don't mean it in a bad way. But it surely isn't enough to stress these chips to the point that it will be proven stable 24/7. AIDA does a good job on Intel though.

Try IBT AVX on the main page. It's what these guys accept for stability talk and all. wink.gif And yep, Prime needs to run for at least 12 Hours while IBT does it in an hour or so and just as good.

i usualy just run prime on the heavy load ill give ibt a go
post #51834 of 67713
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i usualy just run prime on the heavy load ill give ibt a go

20 runs IBT AVX at Very High.
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post #51835 of 67713
just did a quick 5 min run to see what sort of temps it pushes. deffeintly right about it putting a higher load this was at the "maximum level" on IBT, those temps are brutal. on the limit of what the chip can handle by the looks on that extreme mode, ill run 20 runs at very high tonight

post #51836 of 67713
I let one complete at very high 1 pass, what do you think? socket temp max 82 degrees cel , individual core temps at 58 degrees cel. are these temps to hot for the chip?

post #51837 of 67713
Might buy this...

8350FR8KHK
1412PGY
1792040406

Anybody familiar with this BIN?

Is it any good?
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post #51838 of 67713
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I let one complete at very high 1 pass, what do you think? socket temp max 82 degrees cel , individual core temps at 58 degrees cel. are these temps to hot for the chip?


82 on the socket?! Max on the socket is 70c, I think... headscratch.gif

Put a fan on the back of the socket, I use a 120mm, using double sided automotive tape to secure it.. biggrin.gif

That should cool it down a bit...

Your core temp is fine, well maybe a little high for that OC...
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post #51839 of 67713
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

Might buy this...

8350FR8KHK
1412PGY
1792040406

Anybody familiar with this BIN?

Is it any good?

You should be looking at/or post 1429 chips.


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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

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Originally Posted by mattg View Post

I let one complete at very high 1 pass, what do you think? socket temp max 82 degrees cel , individual core temps at 58 degrees cel. are these temps to hot for the chip?

82 on the socket?! Max on the socket is 70c, I think... headscratch.gif

Put a fan on the back of the socket, I use a 120mm, using double sided automotive tape to secure it.. biggrin.gif

That should cool it down a bit...

Your core temp is fine, well maybe a little high for that OC...

this^
Socket and VRM will need some lovely airflow to control that socket temp.
Core temps will drop as well when you take care of the socket. thumb.gif
Edited by mus1mus - 8/2/15 at 8:34pm
post #51840 of 67713
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

82 on the socket?! Max on the socket is 70c, I think... headscratch.gif

Put a fan on the back of the socket, I use a 120mm, using double sided automotive tape to secure it.. biggrin.gif

That should cool it down a bit...

Your core temp is fine, well maybe a little high for that OC...

it is only on air in a tiny case only one incoming and outgoing fan to, working on a new case soon with better airflow

i dont think i could fit a fan behind the socket in this case i might have to upgrade the case sooner then i was thinking. ive never seen it above 60 degree socket temp under load with what i do on the machine tho

im thinking nzxt 450, latter on ill go a 240 rad but might aswell use the noctor for a while. whys the socket temp so much higher then core? could it be due to a small case with minimal clearance at the back?
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