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zip tie 2 120mm fans to that cooler and that will help tremendously
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I would think that cooler (even if it isn't great) would be able to keep it below 100C at 4.3 - are you sure it is seated correctly? Try turning the fan speed up on it.

fan maxes out at 2700rpm, and its there, its also a really light weight cooler, even the stock cooler feels like it has more mass.

I am also using some shoddy Cooler Master thermal paste (its white and goey and doesnt harden).

I am using a Noise canceling insulated case with only a 80mm rear exhaust fan, the PSU and GPU fans along with the CPU fan, its quiet but theres no air flow.

its just a bunch of bad stacked up on top of one another when it comes to my cooling solution.
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Your temps certainly would allow for you to go higher. Prime temps can go as high as 90c~ but it's nothing to worry about for it won't get anywhere near that hot in normal use. Try 4.4 and play around with 1.2V or so, and see what happens.

Also keeping all the C-states enabled won't hurt the overclock at these speeds.
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Your temps certainly would allow for you to go higher. Prime temps can go as high as 90c~ but it's nothing to worry about for it won't get anywhere near that hot in normal use. Try 4.4 and play around with 1.2V or so, and see what happens.

Also keeping all the C-states enabled won't hurt the overclock at these speeds.

Just failed out 15min in running 4.2 at 1.16v, and before it failed Prime High FFT was pushing it to 100*+

I lowered it to 4.0 and 1.15 and its about where I think i should run it till I get decent cooling, still breaks 85* with Primes high FFT but seems to be running alright for now.
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fan maxes out at 2700rpm, and its there, its also a really light weight cooler, even the stock cooler feels like it has more mass.

I am also using some shoddy Cooler Master thermal paste (its white and goey and doesnt harden).

I am using a Noise canceling insulated case with only a 80mm rear exhaust fan, the PSU and GPU fans along with the CPU fan, its quiet but theres no air flow.

its just a bunch of bad stacked up on top of one another when it comes to my cooling solution.

Yeah, that sounds like a bad situation. And I agree, I wouldn't be comfortable with 100+ temps either - 85C is a lot more palatable.
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