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I''ve ran i7 9203.5GHz under NH-U12P. Idle was 37c@720rpm; full load was 68c@1280rpm

NH-U12P is similar to 212. wink.gif
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I''ve ran i7 9203.5GHz under NH-U12P. Idle was 37c@720rpm; full load was 68c@1280rpm

NH-U12P is similar to 212. wink.gif
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Similar IT IS NOT. wink.gif
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Similar IT IS NOT. wink.gif
Similar they are... well NH-U12P is little better under high overclocks. biggrin.gif
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prime95

right. I'll test it out and see how it goes. By the way, is there a windows 8 version available?
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you have a really good cpu but the bad thing about 1366 is that the put off a lot of heat.
i would sudgest to get a minimum of h80
you also don't have the best case going .
also what gpu are you using that could be rising the amb. temps making you have hight cpu temps.
what type of fans did you add to the case

Well my Palit (I'd recommend against it if anyone wants to get a card from this company) is running at 39C normal...
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TBH i don't like the fact that people think LGA1366 puts off a lot of heat. It's not the chip like i said before it's the northbridge heating up the whole motherboard

By the way, my motherboard is running at 36C... weird!
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I''ve ran i7 9203.5GHz under NH-U12P. Idle was 37c@720rpm; full load was 68c@1280rpm

NH-U12P is similar to 212. wink.gif

I've heard the Noctua's TIMs are actually quite reliable... is it good?
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I've heard the Noctua's TIMs are actually quite reliable... is it good?
PK-1 is better for the same price, easier to spread or apply even.

If your motherboard is only at 36C ... 50C idle is still okay. I get that on Xeon L5520 which is on a heatsink 2 times the size of yours
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post #27 of 28
Run OCCT for 15 minutes or so and see what happens to the temps.
When you stop the test you should get a folder with some charts like this one;


Post one of the core charts.
Edited by qwertymac93 - 8/28/13 at 1:01am
post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by nyubbie View Post

I've heard the Noctua's TIMs are actually quite reliable... is it good?
Noctua's TIM (Thermal Interface Material) is fine.
I prefer Thermalright Chill Factor 3 or GeLid GS Extreme but the difference between the top 20 TIMs' is at most a couple degrees.

Noctua make some very nice coolers. NH-U12P is not a bad cooler but honestly there are many as good or better for similar or less money.
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