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I did a small ftt test three minutes long on my stock haswell. I'm running it on a mITX system with a noctua cooler but these temps seem kinda high and this is only on stock speed.

Is this bad?
post #2 of 23
Which noctua cooler? What case and airflow setup are you running? These high temps are completely normal for Haswell. To get around them I suggest delidding.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide
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Originally Posted by ZephyrBit View Post

Which noctua cooler? What case and airflow setup are you running? These high temps are completely normal for Haswell. To get around them I suggest delidding.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide

Bitfenix Prodigy and a Noctua NH-U12S
post #4 of 23
Yeah? Try feeding a 4770k 8 workers with blend test. Mine hit 90c at stock on an aftermarket cooler! At first I though I had mounted the cooler wrong but somewhere in these forums I came across someone recommending not doing small fft's unless you want to hit the thermal limit. I would quote it but I don't remember which forum it was in. I think your temps are pretty normal for these chips.
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It feels a little higher than it should be but those temps wouldn't concern me. Bad is a relative word, depends if you want to overclock higher etc. smile.gif
post #6 of 23
That is still pretty hot for even Haswell, especially on such a great cooler. I would check the TIM spread and remount. If you still want to OC, but not delid, I would just see what you could do on stock voltage.
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I did a small ftt test three minutes long on my stock haswell. I'm running it on a mITX system with a noctua cooler but these temps seem kinda high and this is only on stock speed.

Is this bad?

For just running 3 minutes, 70+ degrees is not a good sign. You would most likely eventually hit around 80 if not higher. I wouldn't recommend allowing your cpu to get that hot even if it is rated to withstand higher especially for long stability testing sessions..
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I have people saying it is normal and people who say it isn't.

If the cooler wasn't working properly, wouldn't my idle temps be higher as well? They're only around 30.
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Well go here and read this Guide.. some good info and some do's and don'ts:


http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-thread-with-statistics
    
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I have people saying it is normal and people who say it isn't.

If the cooler wasn't working properly, wouldn't my idle temps be higher as well? They're only around 30.

Windows may be underclocking to a much lower clockspeed while it is idle so there's at least a reason why idle temps can be so low.
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