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post #11 of 23
Well if he has the stock cooler, ya, it will not keep the 8 core cool under full load.
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I don't know if it's been said or if you've done it already. The Bios sets default voltage a lot higher than it needs to be. At stock an 8150 should be able to run around 1.27-1.29 volts. The default is something like 1.365 which is way too high. Downing that voltage will give you huge temp drops.
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My 2 cents, The stock cooler would have never been enough to handle occt, p95, intel burn, etc nor overclocking except maybe just upping the clock and not testing it with anything but that's not how we do it.

But, reading into this he said the matter has gotten worse and that he was able to OC at first so I don't know what to say here. Something may or may not be damaged. Also what board is this because when your CPU gets to hot your Vrm gets too hot as well and vice versa since they are connected via copper.

Hope it's not the case but you may have damaged something. I would put a better cooler on there and see if everything pans out.


Oh one other thing... I think most or all of those programs warn that they create an environment that is not normal and can damage components!

Even with heavy water cooling I take the side panel off my case and put a house fan on high pointed at the inside of the case because there are some components that are not getting the benefit of the water cooling and even with have a full board block I will still use a fan. IMO the only people that shouldn't do this are those who are looking for a stable folding machine.
Edited by givmedew - 11/14/12 at 2:13am
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post #14 of 23
I would suggest that you replace your stock cooler with an aftermarket HSF (preferably one with a 120mm fan). And if your chassis can be modified on the side panel, try to install a 120mm or 140mm external fan facing the CPU. This setup will definitely lower and improve your CPU temp. thumb.gif
post #15 of 23
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Sorry for taking ages to reply folks - was trying to fix it, and almost broke everything.
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Originally Posted by Lordred View Post

OP, can you take a picture of the inside of your case? how is airflow in there, and which cooler are you using?
(please don't say stock please don't say stock please don't say stock please don't say stock please don't say stock please don't say stock)

Heh, it's stock unfortunately. Here's a pic:

2012_11_15_13_24_05.jpg

Still don't know what the issue is, but I'm going to re-apply the thermal compound today. I'll do that and post the temps again. Really hope it fixes it. 'Cause it never used to go that high earlier, on stock speeds.
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Also what board is this because when your CPU gets to hot your Vrm gets too hot as well and vice versa since they are connected via copper.
Hope it's not the case but you may have damaged something. I would put a better cooler on there and see if everything pans out.
Oh one other thing... I think most or all of those programs warn that they create an environment that is not normal and can damage components!

It's a Carbide 500R and the board is a Crosshair V. Crap, I hope I haven't actually damaged anything. This is worrying.

EDIT: I didn't see the other replies. I'll def. look into the voltages in the BIOS right now. Thanks for that! Also, there's a 200mm side panel fan that you can't see in the pic, 'cause obv. the door is taken off.
Edited by firefiber - 11/15/12 at 3:33am
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post #16 of 23
Air pockets. Has to be. No way 43c idle temps in a 20c ambient room. You shouldn't spread the T.I.M. with a credit card first,just put a pea-sized dot in the middle,place cooler.
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Air pockets. Has to be. No way 43c idle temps in a 20c ambient room. You shouldn't spread the T.I.M. with a credit card first,just put a pea-sized dot in the middle,place cooler.

^this. but i suggest also to just get a cheap cooler for now like the 212. if problem persists, then rma.
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Okay so I reduced the vcore from 1.34 to 1.275. The temp dropped to 38-39 idle. Ran OCCT again, spiked to 68. So I stopped it. Removed the heatsink, cleaned out the thermal, reapplied. Tell me if the amount I put is enough or too much or too little, please? I don't get exactly how much to put frown.gif

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post #19 of 23
Put more in the middle. A pea sized amount, not lentil sized amount. Make sure when you reseat and put your heatsink on, you put it on and don't lift it. After making contact lifting can create air bubbles. That'll be bad.
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Okay so I reduced the vcore from 1.34 to 1.275. The temp dropped to 38-39 idle. Ran OCCT again, spiked to 68. So I stopped it. Removed the heatsink, cleaned out the thermal, reapplied. Tell me if the amount I put is enough or too much or too little, please? I don't get exactly how much to put frown.gif
2012_11_15_16_09_36.jpg
2012_11_15_16_07_58.jpg

Thats about 3/4 of what you need, add a tiny bit more, AND DON'T SPREAD IT YOURSELF, LET THE HEATSINK do the spreading.
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