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98*C? On the CPU on load? Water cooled, too? Am i reading that right?
    
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Originally Posted by Gigabyte 
Tj max is the maximum allowable temp for a processor's internal cores, if you reach Tj max the processor's THERMTRIP# signal will activate shutdown to prevent damage to the processor.

Something like that anyway.

Some info here: http://www.overclock.net/t/321821/whats-tj-max-stand-for/10
Edited by Chickenman - 12/14/12 at 4:17pm
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98C is the max, not the current.
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Is that cpu meter showing your clock speed correctly? If yes, your temps are too high for that clock speed. Your temps still seem high to be under water, for example I am at 4.5 ghz with a hyper 212+ and I am under 70 during prime 95 and my voltage under prime goes up to 1.36 in cpu-z, which I have set to auto in the bios.

* Though I know nothing about watercooling, your radiator seems small for running your cpu and gpu off it. Maybe someone who has watercooled before can confirm/refute this.

** Nevermind I see that you have two radiators, I only saw one of them.
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1.5 volts for that OC is WAY too high! Also.. Umm.. What WC setup are you using? Looks like you just cut into the shroud of the video card, Do you not have anything covering the VRMs of the GPU?

OH.. just saw you have Bigwater 760 plus.. :/

On your second Rad I don't see any fans, the 120mm on the top..
Edited by ep45-ds3l - 12/14/12 at 6:03pm
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I have three radiators in my system. 2 120mm rads and one large 2x120mm across the top. The top large rad does have two 120mm fans on it, they are inside the top of the case on top of the radiator.






I cut the cover of my GPU so I could water cool the GPU and so the stock fan could recreate it's original air current through the card, cooling the VRAM and out the back of the case.

On a side note I got a blue screen whilst playing battlefield 3 for a while on ultra settings. I'm guessing an overheat due to the fact I felt more heat coming out of my case then I had ever before.

I'll go back into bios and set the VCORE voltage to auto and see if that helps lower the temps.

EDIT: Turns out my VCORE voltage was on auto, so I manually decreased it to 1300mv. Testing in on load now.
Edited by macman2212 - 12/14/12 at 6:58pm
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post #27 of 36
You should notice a huge difference in temps with that lower voltage. I pushed my 2600k as far as i could and it was only 1.45v. At 4.5Ghz i dont think i had it over 1.35v. all keeping it below 80c. Im sure if i had the setup you do that i could do better than the 4.7 i have now. If i clock it up more the heat gets unnervingly close to 90c and thats to much. Ill stick to low 70's at 4.7.
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FYI.. Fans are more efficient pushing air through than pulling air through a rad, maybe relocate the fans under the 120mm rad on top of the case.. Also, not sure of the make, model, or build quality of that pump from the Thermaltake kit to push through 3 rads and 2 waterblocks..

I would advise against using "AUTO" on CPU Vcore while overclocking. Almost all boards over-volt on AUTO..

What program are you using to stress test? You can refer to this post.. http://www.overclock.net/t/1100100/info-intel-2500k-2600k-overclocking-tips
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Originally Posted by macman2212 View Post

I have three radiators in my system. 2 120mm rads and one large 2x120mm across the top. The top large rad does have two 120mm fans on it, they are inside the top of the case on top of the radiator.




I cut the cover of my GPU so I could water cool the GPU and so the stock fan could recreate it's original air current through the card, cooling the VRAM and out the back of the case.
On a side note I got a blue screen whilst playing battlefield 3 for a while on ultra settings. I'm guessing an overheat due to the fact I felt more heat coming out of my case then I had ever before.
I'll go back into bios and set the VCORE voltage to auto and see if that helps lower the temps.
EDIT: Turns out my VCORE voltage was on auto, so I manually decreased it to 1300mv. Testing in on load now.

I would try slightly higher than 1300, 1.35 sounds like it is in the ballpark. DO you know what code you threw when you got a blue screeen, it should tell you next time you start up windows. For 24/7 overclock I would probably go 1.4v max.
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After reducing the voltage I've seen a decrease in 20c under load

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