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Just finish building this computer is the temps normal?



Oh forgot to mention its with a Hyper 212 evo
Edited by qTAP - 7/12/13 at 9:46pm
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That's probably about right. They run hot.
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What speed is it running at, and which voltage? Use CPU-Z to figure that out. And how long had you been running prime95 when you took those temps? In my experience, the temps get the hottest between 15-30 minutes, but no later than an hour in. How long have you been running prime95? It's good to test for at least 6 hours. I always do 12, but many people recommend 24 hours.
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That's probably about right. They run hot.

Yeah they do. I almost hit 80c with prime95 after a while.

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What speed is it running at, and which voltage? Use CPU-Z to figure that out. And how long had you been running prime95 when you took those temps? In my experience, the temps get the hottest between 15-30 minutes, but no later than an hour in. How long have you been running prime95? It's good to test for at least 6 hours. I always do 12, but many people recommend 24 hours.

4.2ghz @ 1.17v.
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Running prime95 right now. now hitting 87c on couple cores with prime95 running. I'm only at 1.17v. I dont get it....
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Haswell is a heater. Try lowering vcore once you get it stable
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Running prime95 right now. now hitting 87c on couple cores with prime95 running. I'm only at 1.17v. I dont get it....

While stress testing my i5 4670K I noticed that Prime95 fluctuate up and down 10-15 degrees depending on the test. I am currently running a 4.6 at 1.220V and it runs in the mid 60's but will also jump into the 70's for short periods of time. Are you using manual or adaptive voltage for the core? Adaptive can cause the system to draw extra voltage which can lead to extra heat. Although I have run synthetic stress tests in adaptive, it is best to test in manual and then switch to adaptive for everyday use (unless you want to run at your fixed voltage 24/7).

Also ramp up your fan profiles for your cooler (if you can) while doing stability testing. It can get a bit loud, but you can always turn them back down once you find your optimal settings.
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