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I get those temps at 1.3 @ 4.5 as well. Or very similar. What about stock or just a normal overclock? You haven´t damaged the processor just because its rebooted or you´ve got some bsods while oc´ing. Those are to be expected. However, if you start getting erros and weird stuff at stock or an oc that was completely stable before then thats another matter.

I was getting about 30-35'C at idle and 60-65'C under load at stock.

I just changed the OC to 4.5Ghz and 1.265V. Ran another test with Prime95 and again at about 18 mins through , the temps went up from 65-70 under load to 90-96'C. They stayed like that for 5 mins until I decided to stop the test... (did I wait too long?) Anyway why are the temps going mad like that?

At idle they're about 30'C so I just don't understand.

Anyway you think my PC is ok then? I am just worried because it's only a few days old and I feel like I'm working it really hard already... :-S
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I was getting about 30-35'C at idle and 60-65'C under load at stock.

I just changed the OC to 4.5Ghz and 1.265V. Ran another test with Prime95 and again at about 18 mins through , the temps went up from 65-70 under load to 90-96'C. They stayed like that for 5 mins until I decided to stop the test... (did I wait too long?) Anyway why are the temps going mad like that?

At idle they're about 30'C so I just don't understand.

Anyway you think my PC is ok then? I am just worried because it's only a few days old and I feel like I'm working it really hard already... :-S

As long as you had thermal protection enabled I wouldn't be too worried. Just don't go doing that for long periods of time, five mins is not long.
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As long as you had thermal protection enabled I wouldn't be too worried. Just don't go doing that for long periods of time, five mins is not long.

Thermal Protection? Is that a feature in the Bios?

Anyway I set the CPU to 4.4Ghz and 1.240V. Will run Prime95 to see what happens.

Again - I feel like I dumbass for working a brand new PC so hard. I feel ike I've ruined it and it doesn't even need all this OC'ing frown.gif
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I believe the bios to be unstable because the previous one was rock solid at the settings i dialed in. I updated to the beta one with same settings and any load on cpu bsod's. I just find it odd I went back to f5 and now solid again. That makes me believe the beta f6h bios is unstable, and wanted someone else to test it out just to see if they got similar results. For the guy above I really wouldn't use prime or intel burn test for stability testing on haswell, not good long term, use aidia 64, it has been recommended for stability testing for haswell in many places.

Not sure if you have been following any of my posts, but I got the same results. All the F6 beta BIOSs are extremely unstable using F5 settings.

Stay with the F5 BIOS for the time being until GB updates. Do you have the dualBIOS feature on your board (I have UD4H)? I find it extremely useful for testing any beta BIOS.
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I was getting about 30-35'C at idle and 60-65'C under load at stock.

I just changed the OC to 4.5Ghz and 1.265V. Ran another test with Prime95 and again at about 18 mins through , the temps went up from 65-70 under load to 90-96'C. They stayed like that for 5 mins until I decided to stop the test... (did I wait too long?) Anyway why are the temps going mad like that?

At idle they're about 30'C so I just don't understand.

Anyway you think my PC is ok then? I am just worried because it's only a few days old and I feel like I'm working it really hard already... :-S

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Thermal Protection? Is that a feature in the Bios?

Anyway I set the CPU to 4.4Ghz and 1.240V. Will run Prime95 to see what happens.

Again - I feel like I dumbass for working a brand new PC so hard. I feel ike I've ruined it and it doesn't even need all this OC'ing frown.gif

I believe thermal protection is enbaled by default in bios, and it should downclock and lower voltages when it hits very high temps. Also its normal for haswell temps to fluctuate pretty wildly like that, and run very hot. At least from what i´ve read. I think your system is ok, just relax with the overclocking, read some more about it, watch vids and start slowly. If you´re worried just do some gaming or whatever and enjoy the system, it´s not like you need the cpu to be above 4ghz to do some gaming smile.gif
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You have no idea how much you just made me feel better, and like I wasn't nuts. What posts are those? Im glad someone else is experiencing issues with f6 bios's. I downloaded the one that came out today. Still unstable. F5 is rock solid though. I can sleep tonight at least knowing Im not the only one with f6 bios issues.
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You have no idea how much you just made me feel better, and like I wasn't nuts. What posts are those? Im glad someone else is experiencing issues with f6 bios's. I downloaded the one that came out today. Still unstable. F5 is rock solid though. I can sleep tonight at least knowing Im not the only one with f6 bios issues.

Some where in this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1397693/z87x-ud3-4-5-7-all-other-gbt-z87-including-th-club-discussion-issue-report-club/220#post_20212807

I'm too lazy to fish for my exact posts, but I'm glad you can calm your nerves a bit. I'm also a bit frustrated with playing with other settings and just settled with a 4.3ghz 24/7. Sin0822 has said that the new BIOS's should allow for some BCLK OCing (up to 10%!) which should hopefully give me a cool running 4.5ghz for 24/7. ETA on new BIOS is still unknown.
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Yes to be clear f6h is horrible. Bios is choppy, setting sometimes don't stick, and I've flashed it more than once to double check. Anyway anytime you try to change settings within bios like ram for example it wouldn't change windows was reporting 667 speeds when I clearly changed settings and even verified in easytune. This does not happen at all on f5. Also any overclocking on this bios forget it, power savings enabled and jsut sits at constant voltage and what I overclocked too. Back on f5 everything is working normally.
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I believe thermal protection is enbaled by default in bios, and it should downclock and lower voltages when it hits very high temps. Also its normal for haswell temps to fluctuate pretty wildly like that, and run very hot. At least from what i´ve read. I think your system is ok, just relax with the overclocking, read some more about it, watch vids and start slowly. If you´re worried just do some gaming or whatever and enjoy the system, it´s not like you need the cpu to be above 4ghz to do some gaming smile.gif

Ok, thanks smile.gif

Again though my temps seem to spike after about 16-17 mins when running Prime95.. Very weird :S
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Ok, thanks smile.gif

Again though my temps seem to spike after about 16-17 mins when running Prime95.. Very weird :S

 

Prime runs a series of tests which can cause different levels of stress, so it's possible that your settings just get to a series of more stressful tests at around the 16 minute mark. Are you running blend, or small FFT?
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