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I just took off the H80 again, and saw that virtually almost all the paste that was on it is now gone revealing the copper colored metal under it.. it's very translucent, like someone took a cloth and tried to smudge it off, there is a small amount on the CPU, But it doesn't look like much.
post #12 of 34
Yeah. Clean the lid of the cpu and the entire contact surface of the h80 with a coffee filter. then use a q-tip and some 90% rubbing alcohol and let it dry completely right before you apply the new thermal paste. As for the application, just google it. There is an intel ivy bridge method that is like a small line of paste across the part where the actual die is, and Im sure Corsair has their own recommended method. Either should work just fine. I like to tint the surface of the HSF (in this case the h80 block) and use a grain of rice size on the cpu.

Do that, make sure you have a good seat, and hopefully your temps are normal. then if your temps are still high, you know it is something else. Good luck
 
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post #13 of 34
Please, do remember that the Ivy Bridge architecture is going to run hotter due to the fact that Intel have added more transistors on a smaller die.

Speaking further on from mat459, a coffee filter would be good, also a micro-fiber cloth will do the trick if you have a spare one laying around
Edited by m0n5t3r - 11/5/12 at 10:30pm
post #14 of 34
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Originally Posted by mat459 View Post

Yeah. Clean the lid of the cpu and the entire contact surface of the h80 with a coffee filter. then use a q-tip and some 90% rubbing alcohol and let it dry completely right before you apply the new thermal paste. As for the application, just google it. There is an intel ivy bridge method that is like a small line of paste across the part where the actual die is, and Im sure Corsair has their own recommended method. Either should work just fine. I like to tint the surface of the HSF (in this case the h80 block) and use a grain of rice size on the cpu.

Do that, make sure you have a good seat, and hopefully your temps are normal. then if your temps are still high, you know it is something else. Good luck

This guy is pointing you in the right direction.

Currently I think you're running hot because you're using PRESET overclocked settings. I'm running a little under 1.272v for 4.6ghz on my 3570k with a D14 & 70-80F ambients. I don't go above 80 load on average.

I think it's because PRESET overclocked settings put massive amounts of voltages to overcompensate for weaker chips which might need more voltage at higher frequencies. The upside to doing overclocking manually is you get to put the minimum voltage for a certain frequency, meaning you have more thermal headroom since more voltage = exponentially more heat.
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This guy is pointing you in the right direction.
Currently I think you're running hot because you're using PRESET overclocked settings. I'm running a little under 1.272v for 4.6ghz on my 3570k with a D14 & 70-80F ambients. I don't go above 80 load on average.
I think it's because PRESET overclocked settings put massive amounts of voltages to overcompensate for weaker chips which might need more voltage at higher frequencies. The upside to doing overclocking manually is you get to put the minimum voltage for a certain frequency, meaning you have more thermal headroom since more voltage = exponentially more heat.
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I'm not sure if this has been covered, but check if the mounting plate behind the M/b. That too, if not mounted correctly can cause high temps.
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yeah, ^ that too
 
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Alright, I just came home and used some thermal compound on the cpu, Just a rice grain drop. mounted the H80 ontop and made sure to press firmly when i mounted it before i bolted it down. Fire up the computer and, I'm using asus suite to read sensors, and realtemp as well. real temp shows 105c across all 4 cores, while asus shows 80c at full load. Prime95 stopped working the second core due to a hardware failure on one of it's test, I think my CPU is bad. thoughts?
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agreed
 
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Alright, I just came home and used some thermal compound on the cpu, Just a rice grain drop. mounted the H80 ontop and made sure to press firmly when i mounted it before i bolted it down. Fire up the computer and, I'm using asus suite to read sensors, and realtemp as well. real temp shows 105c across all 4 cores, while asus shows 80c at full load. Prime95 stopped working the second core due to a hardware failure on one of it's test, I think my CPU is bad. thoughts?
No it's not it's user error use this much TIM
Use the size of 1 of these:


If it is still producing bad temps, when you put your head next to the H80, is there a sound of a pump?
have you tried increasing fan speed?
Have you tried taking of the mounting plate and remounting it?
What Vcore is the CPU running at?
If its running auto place Vcore @ 1.05V or somewhere around there
Is it hot in your room? How hot?
Lots of questions i could ask.
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