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Those temps are WAY to high for stock. Try remounting the cooler and make sure you didnt go overboard on the thermal paste, that is most likey the problem.
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Originally Posted by kl6mk6 View Post

Could be a couple things. Most likely its a bad TIM application. Also could be your H100i isn't hooked up to the right mobo header, or your bios isn't set to turn up the pump right. Your bios could also be putting out too much vcore on auto. Let us know what you find.

I really hope it's not the TIM. I don't want to have to delid this one too.
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I really hope it's not the TIM. I don't want to have to delid this one too.

I was not talking about the Intel TIM between the die and the heatspreader. I was talking about the TIM you would have applied on the heatspreader when you installed the H100i block.
post #18434 of 22519
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Originally Posted by ali13245 View Post

Those temps are WAY to high for stock. Try remounting the cooler and make sure you didnt go overboard on the thermal paste, that is most likey the problem.

I used the line method when applying the paste so I don't think I used to much. I'm going to change the cooler tomorrow to see if it is the H100i.
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I was not talking about the Intel TIM between the die and the heatspreader. I was talking about the TIM you would have applied on the heatspreader when you installed the H100i block.

Ok

Edit:Link if you want to look at pictures
Edited by Juggernaut808 - 10/4/15 at 10:22pm
post #18436 of 22519
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I just got my 4790K and I decided to get a base line on temps before I started overclocking. I used RealBench to do a quick 15 minute stress test to bring the temperature up and I was shocked that I was hitting low to mid 90's at stock. Is this normal?

Batch#X510B207

H100i for cooling

I have a 212 EVO that I was going to use for another build but I think that I might try that cooler to make sure my H100i isn't bad or something.

My h80i took some work to get a tight mount, and needed rubber washers to pull it back against the motherboard. Without that half of it didn't make contact with the ihs at all. Check if pushing down with significant force on the water block improves temps immediately.

Other likely problems are the fans or pump not running, though 15 minutes should be enough to saturate the water with heat and force your cpu up to the throttle point.
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1.5V ? Holy f*... blinksmiley.gif

I hope you have a decent CPU cooler, otherwise say goodbye to your CPU when under load

I turned it down a notch. I believe up to 1.43-4vcore is fine on h110i with a good chip on this board.
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I turned it down a notch. I believe up to 1.43-4vcore is fine on h110i with a good chip on this board.

Are you sure? FRom what I have heard, the Devils Canyon has a top voltage of 1,35V AFAIK, but dont quote me on that smile.gif But sure, as long as there is sufficient cooling, there shouldnt be a problem.
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Are you sure? FRom what I have heard, the Devils Canyon has a top voltage of 1,35V AFAIK, but dont quote me on that smile.gif But sure, as long as there is sufficient cooling, there shouldnt be a problem.

Seems reasonable to me, I will tell you if I have any problems in the future, but a friend is running his @5.1GHz stable (vietnamese X5xx chip again) with a Nepton 280 with 5 fans, 2 140mm intake and 3 120mm exhaust push/pull, not even custom loop, @ 1.5V 24/7. I get my confidence from him LOL

EDIT: i didn't believe it at first either
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My h80i took some work to get a tight mount, and needed rubber washers to pull it back against the motherboard. Without that half of it didn't make contact with the ihs at all. Check if pushing down with significant force on the water block improves temps immediately.

Other likely problems are the fans or pump not running, though 15 minutes should be enough to saturate the water with heat and force your cpu up to the throttle point.

Thank you so much jdorje. I turned out that it was the H100i and jdorje's suggestion worked perfectly. Peak temp on the hottest core is now only 72C. I'll start overclocking on my next day off. Thanks for all the replies.
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