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its underclocking to the minimum speeds, either 1 from cpu heat or 2 from your vrms over heating, didnt see what exact board your had. I would grab a new heatsink even the hyper 212 will suite you just fine, and then disbale cool and quiet and all the power saving features etc. If it is still doing that its your vrms. I would download HWINFO and find your vrm temps its generally in the set with bunch of other temps where your second cpu temps readings are ( socket temps) the first one is your core temps.

I know even with my board my vrms at full load would get quite hot around 70c which is there limit . I had to mount a fan on them. I would mount one othe them regardless, actually helps for lower cpu temps
 
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Maybe his core temps are bad, not because of his cooler, but maybe his cpu volts? What do u guys think?
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I dont use. Amd.so I cant talk on that,

But before buying take meassurement from the cpu to the side panel to know the cpu clearance the thermalright macho 120 is 151mm in height.another smaller shoupd be a nh c14 or a ph tc14cs or
It should fit. It has about 180mm starting from the lowest point of the motherboard.
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its underclocking to the minimum speeds, either 1 from cpu heat or 2 from your vrms over heating, didnt see what exact board your had. I would grab a new heatsink even the hyper 212 will suite you just fine, and then disbale cool and quiet and all the power saving features etc. If it is still doing that its your vrms. I would download HWINFO and find your vrm temps its generally in the set with bunch of other temps where your second cpu temps readings are ( socket temps) the first one is your core temps.

I know even with my board my vrms at full load would get quite hot around 70c which is there limit . I had to mount a fan on them. I would mount one othe them regardless, actually helps for lower cpu temps

I've the Asustek M5A87 Motherboard and I also shot a picture from OpenHardwareMonitor http://i.imgur.com/1i7mj9V.jpg , but I heard the information from OHM might be not accurate.
Edited by ImmortalTechniq - 3/24/14 at 11:29am
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there are a bit beter heatsink for 155 like the Scythe Mugen 4 for 156MM
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1476465/strange-temp-help#post_21997654

Op on that thread is hitting 4.5ghz with 1.404v. I think 1.4v for op on this thread is to high
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Maybe his core temps are bad, not because of his cooler, but maybe his cpu volts? What do u guys think?

they are high but I cant recall when they actually throttle I heard youc an go over 70c before that happens, I raised my limit to the max personally. I know at like 100c it will shut off.

need more temps with a better program core temps is horrible and needs to be adjusted accordingly, my temps are 20c off.



also I see in the last post with open monitor the vrms have to be that first reading at 77c which is a throttle temp no doubt.

place a fan on the vrms, that board has no vrm cooling and a weak vrm design @ 4+1 not made for the 8 cores.

edit* double post
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they are high but I cant recall when they actually throttle I heard youc an go over 70c before that happens, I raised my limit to the max personally. I know at like 100c it will shut off.

need more temps with a better program core temps is horrible and needs to be adjusted accordingly, my temps are 20c off
they are high but I cant recall when they actually throttle I heard youc an go over 70c before that happens, I raised my limit to the max personally. I know at like 100c it will shut off.

need more temps with a better program core temps is horrible and needs to be adjusted accordingly, my temps are 20c off.



also I see in the last post with open monitor the vrms have to be that first reading at 77c which is a throttle temp no doubt.

place a fan on the vrms, that board has no vrm cooling and a weak vrm design @ 4+1 not made for the 8 cores.
Lemme get the informations through HWINFO real quick.
Edited by ImmortalTechniq - 3/24/14 at 11:42am
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So I might've found the reason why I'm dropping frames. This is a screenshot that I shot exactly when the frames dropped and HWINFO displays some intersting stuff for you guys, as far as I know its shows that the cpu is throttling right? HERE IS THE SCREENSHOT: http://i.imgur.com/kIqOOAT.jpg The MHZ drops from 3200 to 1399 everytime I drop frames.
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So I might've found the reason why I'm dropping frames. This is a screenshot that I shot exactly when the frames dropped and HWINFO displays some intersting stuff for you guys, as far as I know its shows that the cpu is throttling right? HERE IS THE SCREENSHOT: http://i.imgur.com/kIqOOAT.jpg The MHZ drops from 3200 to 1399 everytime I drop frames.

yes now restart hwinfo and hit sensors only and post your temps, make sure to scroll down and select the hard drive group, rightclick, and hit dont monitor, it sometimes causes weird glitches and freezes while gaming
 
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Your vrm are throttling due to the high load that 1.4v push on them and also the high temperatures on vrm and cpu,just reduce the voltage(reaseting bios taking off the battery on the mobo for a seconds with the pc turn off)and re set .
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