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Well right now i'm running 20 loops on maximum to be safe on IBT and I'm watching my temps now they are hitting 73, i was reading on a forum here do not go over 70 for 24/7 use. This is what makes me nervous. damn now its hit 74. This is making me feel like its to hot? I'm seeing 75 after multiple runs after runs. Does anyone have an easy answer of what the actual safe 24/7 temps are for a 2500k, Intel says 80 but hey I'm not sure I trust them. Anyone here think going over 70 is a bad idea 24/7 use?
Edited by Jedson3614 - 4/4/13 at 8:16pm
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post #12 of 24
Intel Burn test is a much more demanding stress test. Everyone has their temperature threshold; however, Intel set the limit at 105 (off top of head, may be a few degrees either way). You have plenty of headroom temperature wise.
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Yes but now I'm doing 20 loops of IBT and i've seen my temps hit 75? Is this even safe for 24/7
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post #14 of 24
In my opinion yes. Like I said I will get up to 85 testing. With my normal loop it doesnt get past 75. When I run a game off BF3 it doesnt go past 60 c. Thats totally fine.

Just start up a game and record your temps. IBT is extreme. You will never see those temps in regular use.

Remember, these chips are designed with heat in mind. With a TDP of 105, 75 is nothing.

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75 is perfectly fine for intel burn test, remember during stress testing it is the hottest it will ever get. If I remember correctly sandy bridge cpus are good up to 90ish degrees. Also you want to keep the base clock at 100.
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I have run Intel burn test on my overclock and get 70 deg c on close loop liquid cooler. IS 70 deg on Intel burn test normal or my limit that I don't want to go over. If i reach 71 deg do i need to back down my overclock? Prime 95 is high 50's almost 60 is this a good temp compared to my Intel burn test results, I have had to use LLC medium to get stable. I'm running 4.531 at 103 bclk. Voltage is 1.344 on load. Also if your wondering why I used bclk of 103 I did it on purpose so my ran overclocked at the same time.

First off, you have a 2500k, so put your BCLK to 100 and raise the multiplier to 45 for 4.5Ghz. Do not raise the BCLK.
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Well right now i'm running 20 loops on maximum to be safe on IBT and I'm watching my temps now they are hitting 73, i was reading on a forum here do not go over 70 for 24/7 use. This is what makes me nervous. damn now its hit 74. This is making me feel like its to hot? I'm seeing 75 after multiple runs after runs. Does anyone have an easy answer of what the actual safe 24/7 temps are for a 2500k, Intel says 80 but hey I'm not sure I trust them. Anyone here think going over 70 is a bad idea 24/7 use?

Exactly, youre saying it yourself. You're reaching 75c on IBT. And myself personally would not want to run more than 75c 24/7. BUT You're not running IBT 24/7 so it doesnt matter if you reach 75-80c on IBT because under normal load and games, you'd probably only reach 60-65c. Youre completely fine.

At 4.5Ghz 1.3v, my 2500k reaches 62c on IBT, but after a couple of hours gaming, it only reaches 48-52c. IBT shows a higher temperature than you'd ever reach in normal circumstances.

As long as you stay under 75c-80c on IBT, you're MORE than fine.

Hope this helps smile.gif
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Why do you say to lower bclk , I understand your rule and have also read this, but then why does asus and gigabyte and all these guy when overclocking raise it when using their software. My goal was to overclock my memory as well? So if i wanted to overclock my mem, that is why i raised my bclk, so im not sure why you say that is a bad thing especially since i passed my IBT tests after 20 loops on maximum.
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Well i'm not under 75 i hit 75, so maybe I should back off using a negative offset, even if i changed my bclk i'm not sure that will lower my temps. Can someone chime in on the bclk comment, and what you have seen or experienced. I have read to keep it at 100, but if i'm stable am I okay? I understand how it works, and know there might be a range of 100-105 , that isn't why i chose to raise it, I did it for the the overclock , and i wanted to overclock my chip and ram at the same time that is why i raised bclk slightly. If I want to stay under 70 on IBT you guys got any suggestions from what I did?
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Eesh, right...
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Why do you say to lower bclk , I understand your rule and have also read this, but then why does asus and gigabyte and all these guy when overclocking raise it when using their software. My goal was to overclock my memory as well? So if i wanted to overclock my mem, that is why i raised my bclk, so im not sure why you say that is a bad thing especially since i passed my IBT tests after 20 loops on maximum.

Because the BCLK controls alot of other systems on the motherboards, things you don't want to be overclocking, such as the PCI lanes and the SATA controllers etc. You may pass stability, but in the long term, its alot better to just leave the BCLK at 100. It's also criminally easy to just go into the BIOS, set the BCLK to 100, multiplier to 45, and vcore to 1.3v. There is no reason to use the auto software overclock.

Also upping the BCLK does NOT overclock the memory, the memory speed is set independently. Its only on older platforms such as 775 where some motherboards linked the memory speed to the FSB with dividers.
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Well i'm not under 75 i hit 75, so maybe I should back off using a negative offset, even if i changed my bclk i'm not sure that will lower my temps. Can someone chime in on the bclk comment, and what you have seen or experienced. I have read to keep it at 100, but if i'm stable am I okay? I understand how it works, and know there might be a range of 100-105 , that isn't why i chose to raise it, I did it for the the overclock , and i wanted to overclock my chip and ram at the same time that is why i raised bclk slightly. If I want to stay under 70 on IBT you guys got any suggestions from what I did?

Youre not listening, 75c in IBT is MORE than okay. Youre not going to be running IBT 24/7 so your realistic load temps are actually going to be lower. EVEN IF you were running IBT 24/7 for some bizarre reason, 75c is still MORE than okay. If you were hitting 80-85c then youd want to look at lowering the temps but as it stands you are COMPLETELY SAFE.

Just lower the BCLK to 100, set the multiplier to 45, then you'd still have 4.5Ghz, and if you want to OC your memory, its a separate option in the BIOS.

I hope this helps buddy.
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You did help and I am listening, I think the issue lies that i'm not comfortable with 75, which is my own problem, I will back bclk off and lower it, and keep my memory where it should which is 1600 mhz, i guess 4.5 is achievable i just , don't like the temps. I'm more comfortable with 70 under intel burn test. If I had high end loop or LN2, I wouldn't be as concerned. I guess I just didn't want to except those temps I already know what acceptable I guess. I also agree with the bclk too, I got side tracked from watching this video maybe you guys can chime and explain why the bclk changes, and it got me thinking. This is the kind of **** that causes confusion. Please take time to see where i fell into the trap of auto overclocking , i have always manual overclocked, just thought this looked easy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7jwCe0QXT0 Link to Video

You will notice he mentions the bclk.

i also understand this is ivy, but my understanding is overclocking these chips are quite similar other than limitations and threshold
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