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post #11 of 16
100% load doesn't tell the whole story. The core temperature can vary significantly depending on what part of the CPU is being worked.

Give the RealTemp T|I Edition a try. It will report your CPU cores as well as the CPU package temperature. There should not be any significant difference between the maximum core temperature and the CPU package temperature. If there is more than a 1C difference, that's usually a problem with the software.
post #12 of 16
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I really do not wanna void my warranty tongue.gif thanks for all inputs guys!
got one more question though, could i have wrongly applied the thermal paste?
post #13 of 16
The Intel CPU Package temperature takes data from the 4 individual core temperature sensors, compares it, and then reports the highest value as the package temperature.

Any software that reports your Package temperature significantly higher than your highest core temperature is not reading your individual cores correctly.
post #14 of 16
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Quote:
Originally Posted by unclewebb View Post

The Intel CPU Package temperature takes data from the 4 individual core temperature sensors, compares it, and then reports the highest value as the package temperature.

Any software that reports your Package temperature significantly higher than your highest core temperature is not reading your individual cores correctly.

this is it!
so yeap apparently hwmonitor is TOTALLY off and coretemp is reading my temperatures correctly.
Now im worried that i didnt apply enough thermal paste (which i have run out of) time to revert back to stock speeds until i solve my cooling issue
post #15 of 16
I would suggest delidding too.. I dont think you can OC to much over 4 Ghz without seeing temps getting ridiculous.. main reason being gap between the core and the IHS (metal plate) coursed by the glue that holds the IHS in place. The glue forces the IHS to raise from the core and therefore not transferring heat too well. same problem as ivy bridge frown.gif

I had 90~ degrees at 4.4... after delidding I got a nice 19 degree drop (maybe more when I get my mx-4, I didnt have enough left when I seated last time)

It sucks! but it is the reality.. if you wanna OC Ivy / Haswell, then you will need to delid. Its not that hard and risk free if you research and do it right thumb.gif

but yea -_- you DO loose your warranty.
 
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post #16 of 16
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ill definitely think about it in the future once i have a stable overclock going and if i see any crazy temps while playing games!
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