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post #11 of 24
Take the block off the CPU and just let it hang and take off the mounting bracket for the h80 and pop on the stock cooler, make sure the stock cooler has paste on it..
Also see what the paste looks like under the h80. and if you speak English look me up on Skype @ www.fireworks.com
post #12 of 24
I'd remount and grab some new thermal paste. The stock paste is probably meh, but the bigger issue id look to is that the plate on the h80i is actually flush with the ihs. I recently switched to a 4670k and ud3h and the socket placement was forcing the tubes on the h80i to keep the block from making good contact (haf 912 rear fan mount with push pull). Also haswell is even hotter than ivy due to no soldering between the ihs still and avx2 instructions when running ibt and prime (not entirely sure here), so expect temps to be high in synthetic benchmarks even with a good mount and the h80i. You should read through the haswell oc thread too, lots of useful info there regarding temps and overclocking for haswell. GL
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post #13 of 24
A co-work had a similar issue with his H80i except he would bsod on boot.

I took and mounted it on my system and the temps were higher than my H55.

I pulled and re-seated it..... STILL had spikes (IBT) but better .... I then pulled the bracket and tweaked the tabs up slightly and re-installed. With the tweaked tabs it added just enough additional downward force that it sat better which I confirmed when I pulled it from the paste pattern spread.

It ended up running about 3-5C cooler than my H55 which I would expect for the bigger core. It was more consistent too.

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post #14 of 24
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I just ordered 2 things from newegg:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835100010
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835100007

Do you guys think that would solve the problem?

I tried so many things with the fans, I even left the side window opened and closed in my test, but honestly nothing seems to be enhancing.
I am worried about it so much..
The problem is that, I have another computer that is running perfect 2600K with H60 cooler and it would only reaches mid 60 under full load.
Yes, I do understand the the Haswell generation has more high Tems than Sanybridge, but It shouldn't hit high 70s..

I would be thankful to all of you if you share your experience and guide me solving this issue.

Thank you all smile.gif
post #15 of 24
You're running Prime95 (which is far hotter than any stability test or anything else that you probably should run - most people don't) and also using a ~midrange cooler (h80i) so it's pretty expected. Check your temps running pass 2 of x264 benchmark 5.0.1, not from blend/smallfft of prime
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I'd remount and grab some new thermal paste. The stock paste is probably meh, but the bigger issue id look to is that the plate on the h80i is actually flush with the ihs. I recently switched to a 4670k and ud3h and the socket placement was forcing the tubes on the h80i to keep the block from making good contact (haf 912 rear fan mount with push pull). Also haswell is even hotter than ivy due to no soldering between the ihs still and avx2 instructions when running ibt and prime (not entirely sure here), so expect temps to be high in synthetic benchmarks even with a good mount and the h80i. You should read through the haswell oc thread too, lots of useful info there regarding temps and overclocking for haswell. GL

Based on your recommendations, I bought a new thermal paste.
Hopefully that would end my hassle.

I can't even overclock it now with these results...
post #17 of 24
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You're running Prime95 (which is far hotter than any stability test or anything else that you probably should run - most people don't) and also using a ~midrange cooler (h80i) so it's pretty expected. Check your temps running pass 2 of x264 benchmark 5.0.1, not from blend/smallfft of prime

Thank you very much for your comment smile.gif
That made me feel okay for awhile.
Now, if I want to get a very high-end CPU cooler, what are my chances?
Thanks again
post #18 of 24
If you got high end air or a ~h100i with decent fans (default ones at high speed, or replaced fans) then you could probably cut double digit C from your temps np with the right setup, biggest gap is just not using prime though, especially on i7 (which is >10c hotter than i5 at same voltage)
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If you got high end air or a ~h100i with decent fans (default ones at high speed, or replaced fans) then you could probably cut double digit C from your temps np with the right setup, biggest gap is just not using prime though, especially on i7 (which is >10c hotter than i5 at same voltage)

Okay

Are you saying that I will be fine with my current Tems
Ideal: 27 - 30 C
Underload: (never checked that without prime59)

Let's say that Prime95 is something that out of the edges, and with its test I got high 70s C
So, do you think in normal gaming and presonal work stuff I won't hit that much of heat?

If so, I would rather keep my H80i and be cool with it.. I still can do a minor over clock and still be under 70 C
If and only if my gamings and working won't reach Prime95 test level

...
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Yea, probably. Check temps under x264

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