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Even if they are safe, they are still much higher than what most people with that same configuration get. I would expect something in the 80s at worst with his set up, not 100+. So rather than just ignore it, I would try to figure out what the cause is - it may just be the chip and so unfixable without delidding, but it could also be something as simple as poor case airflow, fans not running at full speed, or bad mounting of the cooler.

1.25V at 44 should not be pushing 100+ temps. Blaze, have you tried it with the side of the case off, maybe with a floor fan blowing at it? To see if the problem might be case related?
post #52 of 85
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Even if they are safe, they are still much higher than what most people with that same configuration get. I would expect something in the 80s at worst with his set up, not 100+. So rather than just ignore it, I would try to figure out what the cause is - it may just be the chip and so unfixable without delidding, but it could also be something as simple as poor case airflow, fans not running at full speed, or bad mounting of the cooler.

1.25V at 44 should not be pushing 100+ temps. Blaze, have you tried it with the side of the case off, maybe with a floor fan blowing at it? To see if the problem might be case related?

Well easy to figure out the caseflow really, just put your case on it's side with the sidepanel off, shouldn't have problems with air being stuck inside the case.
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Even if they are safe, they are still much higher than what most people with that same configuration get. I would expect something in the 80s at worst with his set up, not 100+. So rather than just ignore it, I would try to figure out what the cause is - it may just be the chip and so unfixable without delidding, but it could also be something as simple as poor case airflow, fans not running at full speed, or bad mounting of the cooler.

1.25V at 44 should not be pushing 100+ temps. Blaze, have you tried it with the side of the case off, maybe with a floor fan blowing at it? To see if the problem might be case related?

My point exactly. Like I said I got mine to 4.9 Ghz and still unbder thermal limits. yes each chip is different but the silicon is the real issue sometimes.
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Well easy to figure out the caseflow really, just put your case on it's side with the sidepanel off, shouldn't have problems with air being stuck inside the case.

actually it can based on what air comes in, yes heat rises but depending on soem cases it never really leaves. also if it's the stock fan for the 212 (crappy) it doesn't help at all when they move like 40 cfm....
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My point exactly. Like I said I got mine to 4.9 Ghz and still unbder thermal limits. yes each chip is different but the silicon is the real issue sometimes.
actually it can based on what air comes in, yes heat rises but depending on soem cases it never really leaves. also if it's the stock fan for the 212 (crappy) it doesn't help at all when they move like 40 cfm....

Static pressure is more important than CFM for CPU coolers and radiators because of their thickness, high CFM, low pressure fans won't be able to push the air through the heatsink but high pressure fans will.
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Static pressure is more important than CFM for CPU coolers and radiators because of their thickness, high CFM, low pressure fans won't be able to push the air through the heatsink but high pressure fans will.

this is an evo 212... any fan can push through it.... Also with the static presuure of such a small HS you can't get heat away do to the small HS size which makes temps stay higher. Thats why when you go aircoolers you get nice big thick ones so yoiu have much more surface area for the air to actually heat up and take the heat away. one tiny fan and a evo 212 can't take Ivy's heat away without crazy low ambient temps.
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this is an evo 212... any fan can push through it.... Also with the static presuure of such a small HS you can't get heat away do to the small HS size which makes temps stay higher. Thats why when you go aircoolers you get nice big thick ones so yoiu have much more surface area for the air to actually heat up and take the heat away. one tiny fan and a evo 212 can't take Ivy's heat away without crazy low ambient temps.

Well honestly I don't even have a clue what the Evo 212 is like but a decent static pressure fan should still improve the performance by miles.

EDIT: owait my friend actually has got one and it is pretty thick, like comparing to my radiator, I couldn't even get **** fans to push air through my radiator and it is nowhere near as thick as the 212, after swapping to GT 1850RPM fans I can feel the air like a meter after the radiator still, before with **** fans I could barely feel it with my hand right next to the radiator.
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post #57 of 85
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Well honestly I don't even have a clue what the Evo 212 is like but a decent static pressure fan should still improve the performance by miles.

EDIT: owait my friend actually has got one and it is pretty thick, like comparing to my radiator, I couldn't even get **** fans to push air through my radiator and it is nowhere near as thick as the 212, after swapping to GT 1850RPM fans I can feel the air like a meter after the radiator still, before with **** fans I could barely feel it with my hand right next to the radiator.

The stock evo fan? Thats what I'm saying... if he doesn't have good fans there might be the issue. but in the thickness it's much thinner than most aircoolers out there. yes rads are thinner but thats beacause they are longer and have a huge surface area advantage.
post #58 of 85
off topic kinda, since nobody will help me in my thread. I cant get anything under 1.8 using offsets stable with 43ghz, yet using a fixed voltage I can use 1.272v. I believe I might jsut have a bad batch of chips.
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off topic kinda, since nobody will help me in my thread. I cant get anything under 1.8 using offsets stable with 43ghz, yet using a fixed voltage I can use 1.272v. I believe I might jsut have a bad batch of chips.

please say thats a typo of 1.18 not 1.8.... 1.8 vcore can instantly kill chips sir.
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sorry for late reply guys..........................the things what valguar and stige debating about are gone upon my head
anyway.......
i post some pics of my case...............
maybe you can find a solution of my problem............

http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8420077653/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8420078149/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8421174532/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8421174186/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8420078121/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8420078153/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8421174712/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8421174746/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8420077955/in/photostream

sorry for bad quality and zoom to watch closely.............
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