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post #31 of 45
I think because you delidded it, the cooler is not making good contact with the die. It is probably not designed for that increase in gap and therefore would need to be modded in order to work properly. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Wow the kraken k60 is a beast to keep that at 85c 1.45v
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post #33 of 45
Quote:
Originally Posted by rabidz7 View Post

I think 40C, but I really haven't looked.

40C is 104F ambient temp. You won't be able to get your 4930K below 85C with those ambient temps. If you want 75C, you'll need to lower your ambient by 10C.

Later in the thread you said 19C ambient temp, that's more akin to typical winter ambient room temps around here. Should be manageable.

Temps are ultimately caused by the 1.45v @ 5 GHz. If you can lower your voltage a bit, it should drop the temps. If you can't lower voltage and remain stable, then you need a 360mm or 480mm custom loop and the larger reservoir it entails. The H100 isn't going to remove the 180-200W+ worth of heat you're generating.

I ended up going from a H100i to a H110 on my 3930K and it drop my peak temps about 5C. A custom should be good for at least 8-10C drop if done properly.

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Originally Posted by hammong View Post

40C is 104F ambient temp. You won't be able to get your 4930K below 85C with those ambient temps. If you want 75C, you'll need to lower your ambient by 10C.

Later in the thread you said 19C ambient temp, that's more akin to typical winter ambient room temps around here. Should be manageable.

Temps are ultimately caused by the 1.45v @ 5 GHz. If you can lower your voltage a bit, it should drop the temps. If you can't lower voltage and remain stable, then you need a 360mm or 480mm custom loop and the larger reservoir it entails. The H100 isn't going to remove the 180-200W+ worth of heat you're generating.

I ended up going from a H100i to a H110 on my 3930K and it drop my peak temps about 5C. A custom should be good for at least 8-10C drop if done properly.

Greg

The temp of my house is about 17C, if that is what you mean.
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post #35 of 45
I agree with the general consensus, you need a better heatsink to dissipate the power of a 4930k at 1.45v 5Ghz, even if you have delidded it.
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post #36 of 45
Hi,

I have just purchased a 4930K and have it OC'd at 4.6GHz @ 1.38v. After 4 hours of Prime95, the hottest core reached 73 deg C. My idle temperature for the hottest core is 22 deg C. Room temperature is around 20 Deg C.

I am using a full water cooling loop and have a push/pull configuration on the radiator. I think that a full water cooling loop is mandatory when injecting high voltages across the CPU and VRMs.

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Regards,


Ted.
post #37 of 45
Go ahead and tell me that I'm wrong, but I'm think this guy is doing really well running a 4930k at 5ghz on an X60.
post #38 of 45
Yes he is! But at what cost? Component degradation and the reduction of longevity!
post #39 of 45
Try using a B clock of 125 instead of 100. Then lower your multiplier to get the same over clock. It saved me 6 degrees using the same Vcore. Can't explain it. I can get 5Ghz but I need 1.48 to do it. I couldn't just use multiplier to get there though. I also topped out at 75C after 1 hour of prime. My 24/7 game stable over clock is 4.625 at 1.38 Vcore and tops out at 65C on Prime. That's using a 125 B clock and 37 multiplier. I use ultra liquid for the TIM. And an EK block.
post #40 of 45
either you have poor contact or you can't do what you are trying to do on water...

atleast you need custom cooling. Or you need a phase changer.. you wanting a 5ghz clock though is pretty ridiculous there is no reason to have more than 4.5 on those chips..
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